Narrative Journal of Travels Through the Northwestern Regions of the United States Extending From Detroit Through the Great Chain of American Lakes, to the Sources of the Mississippi River. Henry R. Schoolcraft.

Narrative Journal of Travels Through the Northwestern Regions of the United States Extending From Detroit Through the Great Chain of American Lakes, to the Sources of the Mississippi River.

Albany: E.E. Hosford, 1821. First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo, pp. xiv, [2], [17]-419, [5] index, [1] with tipped-in errata slip pasted to last leaf, as issued; lacks the large folding map hand-colored in outline of the Great Lakes, present are the engraved vignette title page, six of seven engraved plates, lacking plate 5, p159, the color plate, tables in the text; original publisher’s half leather and blue gray paper covered boards; boards detached, spine leather worn; text block split; some moderate foxing of the text throughout. This copy bears a single small oval stamp on title, "Long Island Historical Society". A fair copy lacking a map and a plate. Fair. Item #15878

Howes S-186; Sabin 77862; Streeter Sale, 1782. Wonderful bookseller’s tag on front paste-down, “S. Culverwell, Bookseller And Stationer, No. 60 Fulton St. Brooklyn”.

Price: $225.00

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