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Rare Books focused on or related to the Lewis and Clark Expedition, 1804 - 1806. Lewis and Clark books.
BEFORE LEWIS AND CLARK: Documents Illustrating the History of the Missouri, 1785 - 1804
Edited with an introductory narrative by A.P. Nastair. Two volumes. First editions. St. Louis: St. Louis Historical Documents Foundation, 1952. Joseph Desloge Fund, Publication No. 3. Original green cloth bindings with gold print on spines. Condition: near fine, both volumes; both dust jackets near fine with only a light touch of sunning on spines. Spines are tight and strong; pages fresh and bright. Volume I has one bumped corner. Volume I: 1 - 375 pages, complete with 5 foldout maps. Volume II: 376 - 853 pages, complete with all illustrations.
Price: $350.00 SOLD
LEWIS AND CLARK: Pioneering Naturalists
by Paul Russell Cutright. University of Illinois Press: Urbana, Chicago, London, 1969.
First edition. Original light green cloth binding with dark green print on front cover and spine; 506 pages; complete with all illustrations.
Condition: very good plus to near fine in a dust jacket that is not price-clipped; spine tight and strong; pages bright and fresh. A very slight warping to front cover, almost unnoticeable. Dust jacket is bright but has some damp-staining to lower front cover and back panel.
HISTORY OF THE EXPEDITION UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPTAINS LEWIS AND CLARK
First Limited Edition
HISTORY OF THE EXPEDITION UNDER THE COMMAND OF CAPTAINS LEWIS AND CLARK to The Sources of the Missouri, Across the Rocky Mountains, Down the Columbia River to the Pacific in 1804 - 6.
A Reprint of the Edition of 1814 to Which all the Members of the Expedition Contributed, With Maps, In Three Volumes
New Amsterdam Book Company, Publishers: New York, 1902. "This Edition is limited to 210 numbered copies, of which this copy is number 199." All three volumes, complete with all maps and illustrations. Volume I: 416 pages. Volume II: 410 pages. Volume III: 382 pages, with map pocket. Original gray boards with white cloth bindings and tipped on title plates. Portraits of the authors on India paper. Printed on Dutch handmade paper. Condition: very good plus; some sunning to spines; some discoloration to endpapers where newspaper articles were placed; touches of foxing to paper here and there. Bindings tight and strong; pages generally fresh and bright.
Price: $950.00 SOLD
PASSAGE THROUGH THE GARDEN: Lewis and Clark and the Image of the American Northwest
by John Logan Allen. University of Illinois Press: Urbana, Chicago, London, 1975. First Edition. Original green cloth binding with gold print on spine; 412 pages; complete with all illustrations; nonprice-clipped dust jacket. Condition: near fine; pages bright and fresh; spine strong and tight; dust jacket has some light damp-staining.
Complete set with Atlas, in astoundingly fine condition
THE JOURNALS OF THE LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION
Gary E. Moulton, Editor. Thomas W. Dunlay, Assistant Editor. University of Nebraska Press: Lincoln and London, 1983 - 2001. Complete 13 volumes. All first editions; all in dust jacket, except Atlas, as issued. A Project of the Center for Great Plains Studies, University of Nebraska - Lincoln.
Atlas volume is in original blue cloth binding - no dust jacket, as issued -- near fine condition, first edition, complete. Volumes 2 - 13 are all first editions in fine condition or better; all in dust jackets in fine condition or better. Original blue cloth with gold print on spines. Tight, strong bindings. Fresh, bright pages.
HISTORY OF THE EXPEDITION OF CAPTAINS LEWIS AND CLARK, 1804-5-6
Reprinted from the Edition of 1814, With Introduction and Index by James K. Hosmer, LL.D. In Two Volumes, with Portraits and Maps. Chicago: A.C. McClurg & Co., 1902. Published October 15, 1902, first edition. Both volumes bound in original two tone brown cloth with gold print on spines. Volume I: 500 pages with Portrait of Lewis and 3 maps. Volume II: 586 pages, with Portrait of Clark, 3 maps and index. Condition of both volumes: very good plus to near fine; very light aging to external bindings; interiors are clean and fresh; spines strong and tight.
Price: $375.00 SOLD
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