The Discovery of the Oregon Trail Robert Stuart's Narratives Of His Overland Trip Eastward From Astoria in 1812-13 From the Original Manuscripts in the Collection of William Robertson Coe, ESQ.

By: Stuart, Robert, Philip Ashton Rollins

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Book Condition: Near Fine


Title continued: To Which is Added: An Account of the Tonquin's Voyage and of Events at Fort Astoria (1811-12) and Wilson Price Hunt's Diary of His Overland Trip Westward to Astoria in 1811-12. Translated From Nauvelles Annals des Voyages, Paris, 1821. 391 pages, frontis, illustrations, maps, top edge gilt, front edge untrimmed, in the rare jacket with slight edge wear. Rare in jacket, especially in this condition. INSCRIBED, "To my dear friend Everett Graft from his friend Ed." Edward Eberstadt. Nice association copy. Howes 1103, "First English publication of this diary of a trip from Astoria to St. Louis in 1812-13, on which South Pass was discovered and the Oregon Trail established." Wagner-Camp 19.

Title: The Discovery of the Oregon Trail Robert Stuart's Narratives Of His Overland Trip Eastward From Astoria in 1812-13 From the Original Manuscripts in the Collection of William Robertson Coe, ESQ.

Author Name: Stuart, Robert, Philip Ashton Rollins

Categories: Fur Trade, Travel & Exploration,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: N.Y., Charles Scribner's Sons: 1930

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Near Fine

Jacket Condition: Very Good+

Type: Book

Seller ID: 015017

Keywords: Oregon Trail, overland travel, Tonquin, Hunt William Price, Astoria, fur trade, Lewis and Clark, Fremont, mountain Men