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Author Name    Bryant, Edwin

Title   What I Saw In California: Being The Journal Of A Tour, By The Emigrant Route and Sourth Pass Of The Rocky Mountains, Across The Continent of North America, The Great Desert Basin, and Through California. In The Years 1846, 1847

Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Very Good

Type   Book

Publisher   London Richard Bentley 1849

Seller ID   017708

Original green contemporary cloth with gilt lettering on spine, private lending library binding ("8844, Burton's Library, 24 Hollis Street") 4 1/2 X 7 inches. 208 pages. (1-5) VI-VII, (I)-2-208. First British edition. Zamorano 80, No. 12. Kurutz, California Gold Rush Bibliography 95-c. Bryant (1805-1869) was a Kentucky newspaper editor in which he describes his overland journey to California, his account with the Donner Party. He eventually arrived in San Francisco and served with John C. Fremont. Light foxing on some pages. Some staining and bumping on covers, otherwise pages are clean and complete. Binding is tight.

WEST (UNITED STATES)--DESCRIPTION AND TRAVEL. CALIFORNIA--DESCRIPTION TRAVEL OVERLAND JOURNEY TO THE PACIFIC. WEEK TWENTY SIX

Price = 200.00 USD


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