London & Toronto, 1846. ,196pp. including eight engraved plates. 12mo. Original brown cloth, stamped in blind, spine gilt. Light shelf wear. Bookplate of Frank Deering on front pastedown, contemporary ownership inscription on front fly leaf. Very minor scattered foxing. Very good. Beaven, an Anglican minister, accepted an appointment as professor of divinity at Kings College in Toronto. This book describes his visits to missions among the Chippeway Indians at Sault Ste. Marie, and other tribes along Lake Superior. In addition Beaven provides interesting observations about Canadian roads and conditions of travel. The plates depict missionary churches, schools, Indian lodges, and homes. Not in Field. LANDE 26. SABIN 4213. WATERSTON, p.76. TREMAINE 2752. SIEBERT SALE 26. (Inventory #: WRCAM50730)
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