The Cruise of the Brooklyn. A Journal of the Principal Events of a Three Years' Cruise in the U.S. Flag-Ship Brooklyn, In the South Atlantic Station, Extending South to the Equator From Cape Horn East to the Limits in the Indian Ocean on the Seventieth Meridan of East Longitude. W. H. Beehler, Lieut. U. S. Navy.
The Cruise of the Brooklyn. A Journal of the Principal Events of a Three Years' Cruise in the U.S. Flag-Ship Brooklyn, In the South Atlantic Station, Extending South to the Equator From Cape Horn East to the Limits in the Indian Ocean on the Seventieth Meridan of East Longitude.

The Cruise of the Brooklyn. A Journal of the Principal Events of a Three Years' Cruise in the U.S. Flag-Ship Brooklyn, In the South Atlantic Station, Extending South to the Equator From Cape Horn East to the Limits in the Indian Ocean on the Seventieth Meridan of East Longitude.

Descriptions of Places in South America, Africa, and Madagascar, with Details of the Peculiar Customs and Industries of Their Inhabitants. The Cruises of the Other Vessels of the American Squadron, From November, 1881, to November, 1884. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott and Co., 1885.

First Edition. Hardcover. Quarto. [1], 341 pages, 342 (blank), [2] pages advertisements, [1]. Frontispiece illustrated sketch of the Brooklyn. Illustrated. Blue cloth hardcover with gilt, silver and blue illustration of the Brooklyn and title on the front cover and spine. Light edge wear to the cloth on the corners, head and base of the spine, and light shelf wear to the covers. A small crack to the lower hinge rear cover. Contents in very good condition. This copy has two vintage, approx. 8" x 5", gelatin prints of natives in customary dress. Very good. Item #18517

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