79 pages, slight exterior wear, else Very Good condition. Mintz # 428, "Smith tells of incidents with the Indians, ferry boats, Wisconsin wagons, and, among other things, lack of food." Graff # 3836, Rader 2935. N° de ref. de la librería
Título: Journal Of A Trip To California Across The ...
Editorial: Cadmus Book Shop
Año de publicación: 1920
Condición del libro: Very Good
Edición: First Edition
Descripción The Cadmus Bookshop, n.d., New York, 1920. First edition, slim 12mo, pp. 79; forgery on front pastedown of a Charles Russell drawing of a buffalo, and a note on the rear pastedown in ink: "Bought from Harry Sickles 8/18/43 Frederick Sutherland" with Sutherland's price code; original red cloth lettered in gilt on upper cover, covers a little spotted, very good. Cowan, p. 592; Graff 3836; Kurutz, California Gold Rush, 587: "Smith left Centerville, Indiana, on April 2, 1850, and took the California Trail, crossing over the Sierra via the Humboldt-Carson Route. He arrived at Pleasant Valley, El Dorado County, in the vicinity of Ringgold and Weaver on August 2.". Nº de ref. de la librería 29329