Capt Waymouth's Indians
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Traces the travels, trials, and attempts to return to America of five Indians kidnapped off the coast of Maine in 1605 and carried to England as prime sources of information about the resources of the New World. Tiny rubbing to the edges and minor soiling to the back of the jacket. Dust jacket is not clipped and pages are very clean. No edition specified, assumed first. Hand signed by author on title page. Size: 8.5" x 5.25" 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 267505
Title: Capt Waymouth's Indians
Publisher: Hastings House Pub, New York
Publication Date: 1956
Illustrator: Douglas Gorsline
Book Condition: Very good
Dust Jacket Condition: Very good
Signed: signed by author
Edition: First edition...
Book Type: book
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