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The New York Herald in an advance review says An interesting and valuable work Mr Cook eye for the large things that are permanent and the small that are momentarily even more interesting He tells a He describes a scene vividly He is an excellent cicerone (guide).
Bindings very tight and square. Text clean. Moderate handling wear. Top edge gilt Paste-on spine labels.
Mr. Cook presents a comprehensive view of the history, biography, picturesque attractions, productions, peculiarities, and important features of the American Republic up through the end of the 19th century. Cook describes his travels to the Northeast, the Great Lakes by way of Chicago, New York, Virginia, Florida, and then Yellowstone Park, and finally an excellent account of trekking to the Alaska to visit the gold fields, and return to San Francisco
Ref: OCLC: 335188; Hayes V6 p35 (advert); Crocker Vol 31 p284 Advert.
Title: ... The World's Famous Places and Peoples: America, in Six Volumes: Complete
Illustrator: Tissue-guarded frontispieces, some in color Tissue-guarded plates in text.
Categories: 19th Century,
Edition: Limited Edition; Edition De Luxe #334/1000.
Publisher: New York:, Merrill and Baker,: 1900.
Book Condition: 8.75 inches tall. Bookplates in each.
lb: 10.00 lb
Seller ID: 006214