Title: What I Saw on the West Coast of South and ...
Publisher: D. Appleton., New York
Publication Date: 1865
Book Condition: Good
D. Appleton., New York, 1865. Hardcover, 632 pages. Provenance: Stamped by original owner, "Samuel Tabor." Condition: GOOD. Original gilt and green board cover, some water damage and edge wear to cover, shelf wear at top of spine. Light water damage to inside pages, not enough to detract from clarity of text. --- "In his capacity as Special Commissioner of the United States, Dr. BAXLEY visited during the years 1860-62, the portions of the West Coast of South America, and the Hawaiian Islands that have afforded materials for the composition of this handsome volume. It also contains a full description of his visit to California, en route, which does justice to the wonders of the Yo-Semite Valley and the other marvels of nature. It is a valuable addition to our knowledge of a region daily advancing in importance to the rest of the world." -New York TImes review, 1865 --- ***FREE Domestic Shipping***. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-11532847411
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