1966 Across the Great Southwestern Prairies
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Publishers' Original Binding
Complete in two volumes, uniformly bound in a full cloth binding. Part of the March of America Facsimile Series, this work was original published in the 19th century. This particular set in a 20th century reprint. With a stamp to the title page that reads 'St. Alphonsus College, Suffield Connection'. Written by George Wilkins Kendall, a noted journalist, writer and sheep farmer, who had a region of Texas named after him. In this particular historical work, Kendall documents travels across the Southwestern Prairies.
In a uniform cloth binding. Externally excellent with minor shelfwear. Evidence of sticker removal to the tail of each of the spines. Light marks to the head of the rear endpaper of each volume. Internally firmly bound. Pages are bright and clean with a stamp to the each of the title pages.
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