A Red River Journey in 1851
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iv + 6 p. This is a private printing of Cavileer’s reminiscence of his 1851 trip from Sauk Rapids, Minnesota Territory, to Pembina on the Canadian border, given at the Red River Valley Old Settlers’ Association meeting inGrand Forks, North Dakota, in 1891. Parker, a historian and long-time director of the James Ford Bell Library at the University of Minnesota, adds a biography and historical perspective and a note or two to Cavileer’s text. The booklet includes a map of the Red River Valley. Small quarto (11" x 6 ½"), fine paper, hand-tied, signed with gift inscription from the author to a "collector and friend". Bookseller Inventory # 858-SH
Title: A Red River Journey in 1851
Publisher: Minneapolis: Cleora Press, 1997
Publication Date: 1997
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