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Lewis, Meriwether & Clark, William: Coues, Elliott -Editor

Published by Dover Press, NY

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Item Description: Dover Press, NY. Paperback. Book Condition: Good Plus or VG-. Circa 1970. Contains the large fold-out 16 panel map by Coues in excellent shape. A decent copy. 352 page classic. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Bookseller Inventory # 011494

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Lewis & Clark

Published by Dover Publications, U.S.A. (1979)

ISBN 10: 0486212688 ISBN 13: 9780486212685

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Item Description: Dover Publications, U.S.A., 1979. Soft cover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. First Thus. An unabridged republication of the four volume set published in 1893. Light wear at the edges. All three volumes are in very good shape. Bookseller Inventory # 006939

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Lewis,Meriwether and William Clark

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ISBN 10: 0486212688 ISBN 13: 9780486212685

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Item Description: Dover, New York. Soft Cover. Book Condition: Vg to About Fine. Reissue. 3 volume set maps included in volumes 1 and 2, Volume 1 vg,volume 2 and 3 near fine. Trade Paperback. Bookseller Inventory # 029111

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Lewis, Merriweather; Clark, William; (Elliot Coues, Editor)

Published by Dover, New York, NY (1979)

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Item Description: Dover, New York, NY, 1979. Soft Cover. Book Condition: New. Dust Jacket Condition: None as Issued. Dover Reprint. BRAND NEW 3-Volume set. Fold-out map (also BRAND NEW) to rear of first volume. Story of Lewis and Clark's 1804 - 1806 exloration of the wilder between the Mississippi River and the Pacific, through what is now Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, Washington State, South Dakota, Montana, Idaho and Oregon. This Dover is an unabridged reprint of the 4-volume 1893 Franci P. Harper Edition, the 4th volume of which was illustrations and index. In this Dover edition, 5 illustrations and the index are appended to Volume 3; the remainder of the illustrations are inserted to end of Volumes I and II. 3-Volume Set. Bookseller Inventory # 010941

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Meriwether, and Clark, William and Hosmer, James Kendall Lewis

Published by A. C. McClurg & Co., Chicago (1902)

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Item Description: A. C. McClurg & Co., Chicago, 1902. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Illustrated (maps also) (illustrator). First Edition. A very nice set. Gilt wash on the top edge papers. Brown cloth hardcovers. Volume I has some minor fraying to the inside hinge, and some pencil pricing info inside the front cover. Volume II is very good plus. Both books has light signs of age. Maps and illustrations are intact. Fascinating account of the famous trip. This is the reprint of the original edition. Email us for a photo. We ship fast and secured. Collectible, investment set. Bookseller Inventory # 009713

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LEWIS, Meriwether and CLARK, William.

Published by New Amsterdam Book Company,, NY: (1902)

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Item Description: New Amsterdam Book Company,, NY:, 1902. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Complete in three volumes. Folded map in rear pocket of Volume III. First edition thus. Duodecimos. Moderate shelf wear and age darkening to boards, a few tiny holes along the front joint of the first volume, else each volume is very good in cream cloth with red lettering and black decorations, top edges gilt. No dust jackets. B01KS4THSS. Bookseller Inventory # 84546

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Lewis and Clark

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Item Description: McClurg, Chicago, 1902. DuoTone Cloth. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. 8vo. Original brown duo tone and buckram tan boards. This is the centennial edition 1902 1st edition thus, has the large fold out map of Lewis and Clark, top edge gilt illustrated, a fine set without the plain wrappers once issued. A lovely facsimile edition of the original 1814 edition. fine set. Size: 8vo. Private Press. Bookseller Inventory # 004966

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Lewis, Meriweather; Clark William. Hosmer, James K. (intro and index)

Published by A.G. McClurg, Chicago (1902)

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Item Description: A.G. McClurg, Chicago, 1902. Hardcover. First edition thus. Two volumes. First ediitons thus, reprinted from the edition of 1814 with introduction and index by James K. Hosmer. Hardcovers in tan buckram over darker brown linen cloth, spines lettered in gilt. lvi+ 500 pp.and ix+ 586 pp. with index. Illustrated with portraits and maps. A tight, touch of rubbing to the extremities of Vol. I , Vol. 2 has minor repaired splits to the gutters, bit of spotting to the outer portion of the front buckram. Bookseller Inventory # E16754

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Meriwether Lewis; William Clark; Gary E Moulton (editor); Thomas W Dunlay (assistant editor)

Published by University of Nebraska--Lincoln.; Center for Great Plains Studies. ; American Philosophical Society, Lincoln, Nebraska (1983)

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Item Description: University of Nebraska--Lincoln.; Center for Great Plains Studies. ; American Philosophical Society, Lincoln, Nebraska, 1983. Cloth. Book Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Very good overall, complete set, all first editions issued between 1983 and 2001. Eleven octavo volumes, one quarto (Herbarium), and the atlas folio (no jacket). All original jackets are present, with a few small nicks to the upper spine on several jackets, and slight soiling and a small stain on the cover of v. 2. This set has seen very little use; interior pages are clean. There is some fading to the spine of the atlas volume. All are first issues. The 13 volumes are: v. 1. Atlas of the Lewis & Clark Expedition -- v. 2. August 30, 1803-August 24, 1804 -- v. 3. August 25, 1804-April 6, 1805 -- v. 4. April 7-July 27, 1805 -- v. 5. July 28-November 1, 1805 -- v. 6. November 2, 1805-March 22, 1806 -- v. 7. March 23-June 9. 1806 -- v. 8. June 10-September 26, 1806 -- v. 9. The journals of John Ordway, May 14, 1804-September 23, 1806, and Charles Floyd, May 14-August 18, 1804 -- v. 10. The journal of Patrick Gass, May 14, 1804-September 23, 1806 -- v. 11. The journals of Joseph Whitehouse, May 14, 1804-April 2, 1806 -- v. 12. Herbarium of the Lewis & Clark Expedition -- v. 13. Comprehensive index (this list was taken from WorldCat). Bookseller Inventory # 3605

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Lewis, Meriwether, William Clark, and Paul Allen (ed.)

Published by Philadelphia, PA: Bradford and Inskeep (1814)

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Item Description: Philadelphia, PA: Bradford and Inskeep, 1814. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. 8vo. 522pp. Leather binding. Boards rubbed and scuffed. Gilt bands on spine with red title. Pencil markings/marginalia on endpapers and sparsely throughout text. Dampstaining to foot of text block along hinge for first 200 or so pages. Text block foxed and toned. Includes bound illustrated maps, but not the larger fold out map. Note, this is for Vol. II only. Three pages from the appendix are missing. This is the true first Biddle-Allen edition of Lewis and Clark's published journals from their famous expedition. The journals were published almost 8 years after their return. After Lewis's death in 1809, Nicholas Biddle and in turn Paul Allen took over the editing. This volume has been professionaly restored by a local bindery. Please contact us if you would like additional photos or information about the restoration work done. First edition, from a limited edition of 1,417 copies. Bookseller Inventory # 2014

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History of the Expedition under the Command: Coues, Elliot (Lewis

Item Description: Francis P. Harper, 1893. Hardcover. Book Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. First Editions, First Printings of all Four books in this 4 Volume set. This unrestored set has the important volume 4 that has the 3 maps present. Each book is in nice condition bound in the ORIGINAL green cloth. The bindings are tight, with light wear to the edges and panels. The pages are clean with NO writing, marks, or bookplates in the books. Overall, a wonderful set with the 3 scarce maps in Volume 4 in collector's condition. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-3249397398

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History of the Expedition Under the Command: Meriweather Lewis, William

Meriweather Lewis, William Clark; (Nicholas Biddle); Paul Allen (prep)

Published by Bradford and Inskeep; J. Maxwell Printer, Philadelphia (1814)

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Item Description: Bradford and Inskeep; J. Maxwell Printer, Philadelphia, 1814. Leather. Book Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Octavo. 22cm. Leather Hardcover. First Edition. 1814. xxviii, 470, ix, 522 With 5 engraved maps throughout the text; lacking the rare large fold-out map. Both volumes are uniformly bound in brown calfskin leather on the boards; spines neatly rebacked in light brown leatherette. Panels are scuffed and worn, with peeling at the extremities. Hinges are reinforced and very sturdy; textblocks are tight. Top edges darkened, with a few minor spots of soiling along others. Pages are toned, with foxing throughout, but intact. Previous owner names and bookplates on front endpapers. The first official account of Lewis and Clark's historic transcontinental expedition. Lewis did not live to see its publication. The most famous of all expeditions in North American History, this account of their trek to the Pacific coast is an absolutely crucial piece of Americana. [Sabin 855]. Bookseller Inventory # GRP81731815

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History of the Expedition under the command: LEWIS & CLARK

LEWIS & CLARK

Published by Philadelphia: Bradford and Inskeep and New York: Abm. H. Inskeep, 1814. (1814)

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Item Description: Philadelphia: Bradford and Inskeep and New York: Abm. H. Inskeep, 1814., 1814. 2 volumes. 8vo., (8 ½ x 5 ½ inches). (Top corner of volume one with significant rodent damage, affecting about half the pages; browned and spotted throughout, as usual). 5 fine engraved full-page maps (a bit spotted). Contemporary brown sheep, the smooth spine in six gilt-ruled compartments, gilt lettered in two and decorated in the rest (rebacked, new endpapers, binding detached). Provenance: With the contemporary manuscript ownership inscription of "W. W. Castle" on the title page in volume one. "Most important of all overland narratives," and "the definitive account of the most important exploration of the North American continent" (Wagner-Camp). First edition. This copy without the folding map. Including a "Life of Captain Lewis" by President Jefferson, who commissioned the expedition. Funded by Congress, this was in effect the first exploration officially sponsored by the Federal government. Setting out from St. Louis in May 1804, crossing the continent and covering 8000 miles over two and a half years, Lewis and Clark established a route to the mouth of the Columbia River across the Rocky Mountains. However it would be nearly ten years before publication of an official account of the expedition by Lewis and Clark appeared. "History of the Expedition under the Command of Captains Lewis and Clark" was pre-empted by unofficial accounts and beset by setbacks, not the least of which was their respective appointments to official positions in the new Louisiana Territory as territorial Governor and Superintendent of Indian Affairs; the inefficiency of Benjamin Smith Barton in collating the specimens collected by the Corps of Discovery, and Frederick Pursh's in compiling the information; the tragic death in 1809 of Lewis by murder or suicide; and the financial troubles and eventual bankruptcy of the intended publisher C. and A. Conrad and Co. In 1810 Nicholas Biddle was commissioned to "work with [Clark's] journals and field notes to craft a narrative of exploration and travel" and at last a flowing narrative began to emerge (Beckham, "The Literature of the Lewis and Clark Expedition" pp. 148-154). Church 1309; Coe p. 22 ("must ever remain the basis of a collection of western books"); Cohen "Mapping the West" 7; Graff 2477; Grolier "American" 30; Howes L-317; "PMM" 272; Sabin 40828; Streeter sale III:1777; Streeter "Americana Beginnings" 52; Wagner-Camp-Becker 13.1; Wheat "Mapping the Transmississippi West" 316. Bookseller Inventory # 72MMS321

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History of the Expedition under the command: LEWIS & CLARK.

LEWIS & CLARK.

Published by Philadelphia: Bradford and Inskeep and New York: Abm. H. Inskeep, 1814. (1814)

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Item Description: Philadelphia: Bradford and Inskeep and New York: Abm. H. Inskeep, 1814., 1814. 2 volumes, 8vo., (8 ¾ x 5 ½ inches). (Volume two lacking the first few leaves including title page; browned and spotted throughout as usual). 5 fine engraved full-page maps (torn, affecting the images; spotting). Contemporary full brown sheep, black sheep lettering pieces gilt on spines (hinges weakened, generally a bit worn). Provenance: Contemporary manuscript inscription "Williamstown Library" in each volume. First edition. This copy without the folding map. Including a "Life of Captain Lewis" by President Jefferson, who commissioned the expedition. Funded by Congress, this was in effect the first exploration officially sponsored by the Federal government. Setting out from St. Louis in May 1804, crossing the continent and covering 8000 miles over two and a half years, Lewis and Clark established a route to the mouth of the Columbia River across the Rocky Mountains. However it would be nearly ten years before publication of an official account of the expedition by Lewis and Clark appeared. "History of the Expedition under the Command of Captains Lewis and Clark" was pre-empted by unofficial accounts and beset by setbacks, not the least of which was their respective appointments to official positions in the new Louisiana Territory as territorial Governor and Superintendent of Indian Affairs; the inefficiency of Benjamin Smith Barton in collating the specimens collected by the Corps of Discovery, and Frederick Pursh's in compiling the information; the tragic death in 1809 of Lewis by murder or suicide; and the financial troubles and eventual bankruptcy of the intended publisher C. and A. Conrad and Co. In 1810 Nicholas Biddle was commissioned to "work with [Clark's] journals and field notes to craft a narrative of exploration and travel" and at last a flowing narrative began to emerge (Beckham, "The Literature of the Lewis and Clark Expedition" pp. 148-154). Church 1309; Coe p. 22 ("must ever remain the basis of a collection of western books"); Cohen "Mapping the West" 7; Graff 2477; Grolier "American" 30; Howes L-317; "PMM" 272; Sabin 40828; Streeter sale III:1777; Streeter "Americana Beginnings" 52; Wagner-Camp-Becker 13.1; Wheat "Mapping the Transmississippi West" 316. Bookseller Inventory # 72MMS322

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History of the Expedition Under the Command: Lewis, Meriwether (1774-1809)

Lewis, Meriwether (1774-1809) and Clark, William (1770-1838)

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Item Description: Bradford and Inskeep, Philadelphia, 1814. Full-Leather. First Edition. Two volumes, octavo (8 1/2" x 5 1/2"); xxviii[470]; ix[1]522 pages. Original publisher's tree sheep, red leather lettering pieces on spines. With the large engraved FOLDING MAP from an early printing (1842, which is the second earliest map available only after the 1817 Dublin edition), as well as the eastern one fifth of the original map, and 5 engraved plans and charts. An exceptional copy, larger than usual with wider margins; internally very good, with minimal browning and foxing; expertly rebacked with original spine and labels laid on. Short closed marginal tear, volume I, page 61 and 119 and volume II, page 201, none affecting text. The folding map was not issued with all copies and actually was separately priced, nearly as much as the book. Thomas Jefferson had first proposed exploring the west to George Rogers Clark in 1783. The Louisiana Purchase of 1803 spurred Jefferson to implement his idea - Lewis and Clark covered nearly 8 thousand miles in just over 28 months. Their hope was to find a water route across the continent, but they did not. "The definitive account of the most important exploration of the North American continent." (Wagner-Camp 13, Howes L-317). Bookseller Inventory # 7439

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Item Description: Philadelphia: Bradford & Inskeep, 1814, 1814. Hardcover. Book Condition: Good. 1st Edition. LEWIS AND CLARK, WITH THE SECOND IMPRESSION OF THE MAP. Two volumes. 5 plates; second impression of the large folding map. Original printed boards, backed in calf at an early date. Boards quite worn, foxed. Very rare in original condition. FIRST EDITION. “The definitive account of the most important exploration of the North American continent” (Wagner-Camp-Becker). This book is “the most important of all overland narratives . . . American explorers had for the first time spanned the continental United States and driven the first wedge in the settlement of our new far western frontier” (Grolier 100 American Books). Many of the 1417 copies printed were issued without the map, which was available at a premium, and the map has disappeared from others. This set is accompanied by the second impression of the map, handsomely framed. The map was printed from the original copper plate in 1979 for the American Philosophical Society in an edition of 160 copies on fine rag paper. We understand that the plate suffered and that no further printings will be made. Engraved from Clark’s manuscript, this map showing the 8000-mile trek is one of the greatest landmarks American cartographic history. “More accurate than any previous western map, it rapidly became the source for a new generation of western maps” (Schwartz and Ehrenberg, The Mapping of America, p. 227). Sets of Lewis and Clark in the original printed boards, untrimmed, are very scarce. Printing and the Mind of Man 272. Grolier 100 American Books 30. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-12590414257

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History of the Expedition Under the Command: Lewis, Meriwether and

Lewis, Meriwether and William Clark

Published by Published By Bradford and Inskeep, Philadelphia (1814)

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Item Description: Published By Bradford and Inskeep, Philadelphia, 1814. First Edition. Octavo. The first edition of the most significant of all western travel and exploration works and essential for any great collection of the American West. Two text volumes with the original rare large folding map. Vol. I, xxviii, 470 pages; plus two maps; Vol. II, ix, 522 pages plus three maps. Wagner-Camp 13:1 notes: "the definitive account of the most important exploration of the North American Continent." How the work came to be published is in itself an amazing story. Meriwether Lewis felt not much was left to be done as he announced plans in 1807 to publish his and Clark's narratives but he feared others who were on the expedition might have theirs published first. (Robert Frazier, for instance, announced plans to published an account though there is no evidence it was ever published nor has any manuscript been located). To prevent this from being done by others, Lewis and Clark paid Sergeant John Ordway $150 for his journal which was incorporated into the first edition. Meanwhile other notes and diaries that existed were too fragmentary but Sergeant Patrick Gass had already found a publisher (David McKeehan) who published Gass's account in 1807 which is important though lacking the myriad details of the unpublished Lewis and Clark manuscript. McKeehan wrote a long and controversial letter defending his edition which sold for only $1 [However, the 1814 first edition of Lewis and Clark was issued in an edition of 2,000 copies (see PMM) and sold for $31 which was considered beyond the reach of most literate Americans). His long letter which is in the State Historical Society of Wisconsin spells Clark's name (Clarke). The binder for his first edition has followed the Clarke spelling on these volumes. The original map (which accompanies this volume) was prized but often framed in both historical societies and private libraries so to have it with the first edition is rare. A few of the scarce first edition copies have survived but have either later issues of the large map or in some cases supplied facsimiles. The present map came to us framed and is now back together with the set protected in its own chemise. Both volumes bound in contemporary 3/4 green calf over marbled paper covered boards, flat spine ruled and lettered in gilt, (binder spelled Clark's name as Clarke as noted in the letter cited above), brown endpapers, some chipping to heads of each volume, some pages toned, upper joint of volume one tender, contemporary owner's inscription?.To my brother/ T.R. Bock/ Wm. Caldwell on front pastedown of volume one, additionally at head of title page of volume one is the name Wm. Caldwell crossed out and above that name, the initials D.R.B. Volume two has the same notation on the title page but dated 1814. A very good unsophisticated set. All housed in a custom case within chemises. [PMM Printing and the Mind of Man 272; Howes L317; Graff 2477; Church 1309; Streeter 1777, Shaw and Shoemaker 31924]. Bookseller Inventory # 025095

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