Inside Passage to Alaska, 1792-1920, with an Account of the North Pacific Coast from Cape Mendocino to Cook Inlet, from the Accounts Left by Vancouver and other Early Explorers, and from the Author's Journals of Explorations and Travel in that Region. William Watson Woollen.

Inside Passage to Alaska, 1792-1920, with an Account of the North Pacific Coast from Cape Mendocino to Cook Inlet, from the Accounts Left by Vancouver and other Early Explorers, and from the Author's Journals of Explorations and Travel in that Region

Cleveland: Arthur H. Clark, 1924.

First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Two volumes, octavo, in original green cloth. Ex-library, with large "withdrawn" stamps on each front free endpaper, call numbers partially erased but still visible on lower spines. Volume I also has a splash mark on the spine. Bindings are sound, text clean and unmarked. Hill 1914; Clarke-Brunet 315 "Woollen was a prominent Indiana lawyer and conservationist who developed a fascination with Alaska and followed Vancouver's Trail to Cook Inlet. [The book] is noteworthy for its strong environmental emphasis, long before environmentalism became popular."

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Price: $250.00

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