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A Journey to Lower Oregon & CA Grabhorn Press  

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A Journey to Lower Oregon and Upper California, 1848-49

Damon, Samuel C.

San Francisco

John J. Newbegin



v, [3], 86, [1] pp. Frontispiece portrait & initials by Valenti Angelo. (4to) 25.4x18 cm (9¾x6¾"), quarter calf with marbled boards, raised spine bands, black morocco spine label. No. 196 of 250 copies printed by Edwin & Robert Grabhorn. Second Edition.

"This description of conditions in the Columbia river region, San Francisco, etc., appears in Vol. VII of a Honolulu periodical, The Friend, and the book [the 1849 first edition published in Honolulu] was made from its sheets, with title-page added" - Howes D44; Cowan p.155; Kurutz 168b; Rocq 15769.

Lot Amendments

Rubbing and toning to extremities, rubbing to raised bands and spine with some loss, some internal toning; overall very good.

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