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Lacking the map (torn out, with small corner remaining). Boards rubbed. Small chips to cloth at lower edge of front board and lower corners of boards. Contemporary Bible Class prize label on front endpaper. Hinges weak. A 2" tear and crayon scribbles on pages 21-22. Pencil page numbers scribbled on rear endpaper, and some pencil ticks on the pages noted. ; 204 pages + 4 pages advertisments. Lacking the folding map. Frontispiece and 2 full page illustrations within the pagination, and another 13 smaller in-text illustrations. Blue cloth boards with gilt lettering on spine. Black, red and white illustration on front board. Page dimensions: 180 x 120mm. Non-fiction, written for younger readers. The author was a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society. Contents: From the North Sea to the Atlantic Ocean; A Chaplain's Life in Mid-Atlantic; The Banks, the Gulf, and the River; Historic Quebec; Lake St. John and the Saquenay; The Manitoba Mail; Winnipeg and the Prairies; In the Land of the Redskin; The Rockies and the Selkirks; On the Pacific Coast; A Ride on a Cow-Catcher; Homewards with Cattle.
Title: By Ocean Prairie and Peak - Some Gleanings from an Emigrant Chaplain's Log, on Journeys to British Columbia, Manitoba, and Eastern Canada.
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: London, Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge: 1896
Book Condition: Fair with No dust jacket as issued
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 20014