NARRATIVE OF TWO VOYAGES TO HUDSON'S BAY, WITH TRADITIONS OF THE NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS
by Nevins, J.B.
London, 1847. iv,156pp. plus four engraved plates. Publisher's brown embossed cloth, spine gilt. Minor shelf wear, spine ends slightly frayed. Gift inscription on front pastedown, ownership signatures on titlepage. Very good. A rare account of two trips to Hudsons Bay in the summers of 1842 and 1843 by a surgeon on one of the ships belonging to the Hudson's Bay Company. "Original edition of this scarce little account of voyages in the 1840s, with much on the Eskimos, the Chippewas, and the Crees" - Decker. Only fourteen copies in OCLC, and hardly ever seen in the open market. TPL S5352. DECKER 41:215. OCLC 11577516.
(Inventory #: WRCAM50662)
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