New York: Scribner, 1912. hardcover. very good. 12 plates. xiii, 373pp. 12mo, brown cloth. New York: Scribner's, 1912. Very good. "...Adams dictated his autobiography to a writer, Theodore Hittell...In the course of Adams's adventures, he hunted in the Rocky Mountains, traveling east from California by way of the Walker River and the Humboldt Mountains to Salt Lake in 1854. From Salt Lake, he continued to Fort Bridger and returned to California in August." Later edition of Wagner-Camp 348:1. Howes H-543. (Inventory #: 266729)
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