Tacoma, [WA]: John H. Williams, 1913. Hardback 9.5" x 6". 332pp. Vellum spine, red cloth, armorial emblem on front cover, top edge gilt. Corners lightly bumped and rubbed, else near fine condition. A nicer than average condition example. A classic work of Western Americana and travel writing first published in 1863. Howes and Tweney note this, the Tacoma Edition, as the "best edition." Tweney furthermore states that "Winthrop was probably better fitted to portray the West than any other Eastern man who attempted to describe it." (See Graff 4715; Howes W584; Smith 11136; Tweney 89.) (Inventory #: 26164)
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