Illustrated With More Than Fifty Cerographic Maps, and Numerous Wood-Cut Engravings New York: Harper and Brothers, 1850.
Later printing. Hardcover. Folio (over 12" tall). 72 pages. Brown illustrated paper covered boards with leather back strip. Illustrated with color maps and black and white illustrations. The leather spine is chipped lower section. The boards are edge worn. The blank? front end sheet (after the right front flyleaf and before the frontispiece) has been torn out. The rear end sheet is torn on the edges. Pages 23-26 almost loose from the stitching. A few pencil notes and some stray markings. Previous owner's inscription on the right front flyleaf - "Emery H. Waterman Burrillville, R. I. 1852". His name is stamped on the back of the frontispiece. His inscription is written in pencil on the rear end sheet and dated 1855. Found inside the book is a one page, hand written, manuscript essay on old paper relating to the removal of the Indians. Copyright page is dated 1844. Fair only. Fair. Item #22270