1888 The works of Francis Parkman
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Publishers' Original Binding
The twentieth edition, in twelve uniform volumes. Comprising works of American historian Francis Parkman Jr., best known for 'The Oregon Trail', and his seven-volume 'France and England in North America;' these works are still valued as historical sources and literature.
Comprised of the following:
'Montcalm and Wolf' in two volumes; 'The Conspiracy of Pontiac' in two volumes; 'A Half-Century of Conflict;' 'The Oregon Trail;' 'The Pioneers of France in the New World;' 'The Jesuits in North America;' 'La Salle and the Discovery of the Great West;' 'The Old Regime in Canada;' 'Frontenac and New France under Louis XIV.'
In the original publisher's uniform full cloth bindings. Externally smart with light bumping and chipping to head and tail of spine, boards only lightly marked. Internally, firmly bound. Pages generally very clean throughout.
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