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Título: The Hawaiian Islands: Their Progress and ...
Editorial: Boston: Gould and Lincoln
Año de publicación: 1865
Condición del libro: Very Good
Edición: 3rd Edition
Gould and Lincoln, Boston, 1865. Rufus Anderson, D.D. Hardback, cloth binding, Third Edition. 450 pages. 16 black and white illustrations, inc. one fold-out map, all intact and flawless. Condition: VERY GOOD. Cover slightly bent at corners, streaks of discoloration. Gilt in embossed title and publisher's seal on spine partially worn away. Inside, some age spotting and staining on pages, some top corners bent, otherwise pages in good condition. Binding slightly loose. --- Rufus Anderson (1796-1880) was an American minister who spent several decades organizing overseas missions. He traveled to the Hawaiian Islands in 1863 and wrote several books on his travels. --- ***FREE Domestic shipping. **. N° de ref. de la librería ABE-11418072645
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Descripción de la librería: Established in 1995, Mauna Kea Galleries is a predominant source for all Hawaiian and Polynesian artifacts, antiques, and artworks. A longtime passion for owners Mark and Carolyn Blackburn, the gallery is well known throughout the world for its vast inventory of rare objects. We stock rare Hawaiian and Polynesian artifacts including a selection of rare books and engravings of Hawaii and the Pacific. Our inventory includes classics like "Captain Cook's Voyages" and Isabella Bird's "Six Months In the Sandwich Islands," among many other popular titles.