History of North America
John Talbot, the first Bishop in North America, is the main author of this historical book, comprising a geographical and statistical view of the United States and of the British Canadian possessions, including a great variety of important information on the subject of emigrating to that country; embellished with plates. Old signature on front free end paper. Volume II. In original marbled boards with binding intact. Light foxing in first few pages. An excellent copy. Size: 8.5" x 5.5" 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 267613
Title: History of North America
Publisher: Davies and Co., Leeds, England
Publication Date: 1820
Book Condition: Very good
Book Type: book
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