The Pathbreakers from River to Ocean: The Story of the Great West from the Time of Coronado to the Present

The Pathbreakers from River to Ocean: The Story of the Great West from the Time of Coronado to the Present

Hebard, Grace Raymond

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Place Published: Chicago
Publisher: The Lakeside Press
Date Published: 1911
Edition: First edition
Binding: Hardcover
Book Id: 45580

Description

263pp. Duodecimo [19 cm] Brown cloth over boards with black ink stamped titles and linear borders on the spine and front cover. Good plus. The bottom quarter of the front cover is moisture stained, and the bottom margins of the pages are mildly damp stained.

Comments

With four maps and numerous illustrations. From the Preface- "The West, or that land situated between the Mississippi and the western coast, has not received its due attention in school book form. To enable the future citizens, particularly those who live in the states carved out of this story-making territory, to familiarize themselves with the brave deeds of these earliest inhabitants in an unsettled an unorganized territory is the purpose of this publication."



By This Author: Hebard, Grace Raymond
By This Publisher: The Lakeside Press