Price: $25.00 USD
Quantity: 1 available
Condition: Very Good
369 pp, 9 1/2" H. Beige cloth with paper title label on spine (a duplicate label laid in at the last page at time of publication could be used to 'freshen' the book's appearance), top edge gilt. A volume from the "Edition De Luxe" (limited to four hundred sets - this is copy number 47 - signed by George Morang on limitation page. B&w tissue-covered frontispiece. A history of the exploration and settlement of British Columbia and the life of Sir James Douglas Contents: The North-West Coast; The Traveller Overland; New Caledonia; Fort Vancouver; The Oregon Boundary; Victoria; Vancouver Island; The Two Colonies; Confederation; Index. Light browning on the fore-edge and on the bottom of the text block, a very small dent at the fore-edge of the first five pages including the front free endpaper and the title page, browning to the spine and spine label, very light edge wear.
Title: SIR JAMES DOUGLAS. THE MAKERS OF CANADA SERIES.
Edition: Edition de Luxe.
Location Published: Toronto, Morang: 1908
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Very Good
Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Inscription: Signed by publisher.
Categories: Canada - Biography, Canada - British Columbia
Seller ID: 28984
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