Solitary Places Made Glad: Being Observations and Experiences for Thirty-Two Years in Nebraska; With Sketches and Incidents Touching the Discovery, Early Settlement, and Development of the State

By: Davis, Rev. Henry T.

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A good to very good copy with original brown cloth boards with gilt lettering worn and rubbed particularly at spine ends, faint vertical crease to spine cloth. Bookplate front endpaper, title page has been replaced by tipped in facsimile, foxing to frontis portrait and tissue guard. A bit of smudging to first few pages, with faint dampstain along top edge of several pages that does not impact text block. Securely bound and fairly straight. Nebraska and California, early Western Americana. Additional photographs available on request.; MCN26689; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 422 pp

Title: Solitary Places Made Glad: Being Observations and Experiences for Thirty-Two Years in Nebraska; With Sketches and Incidents Touching the Discovery, Early Settlement, and Development of the State

Author Name: Davis, Rev. Henry T.

Categories: Americana,

Edition: 1st Edition

Publisher: Cincinnati, Cranston & Stowe: 1890

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: VG/NONE

Seller ID: 32680

Keywords: U.S. History Nebraska Western Americana