The published journals of Meriwether Lewis and William Lewis of their momentous expedition of discovery into the newly purchased Louisiana Territory in 1804-1806.
This is the 1902 reprinted edition of the 1814 originals - includes all portraits and maps. Introduction by James Hosmer and the preface from the 1814 edition by Paul Allen.
A fine set of this scarce edition in quarter leather bindings with raised gilt spine and leather and cloth boards. Housed in a custom cloth slipcase, which features a portrait of the two famous explorers.
Published by A.C. Mc Clurg & Co., Chicago (1902)
New York: Published by John Reid, 1796. Folio. Mounted on guards throughout, facsimile title page, 21 engraved maps and plan on 20 leaves (2 folding, 17 double-page and 2 single-page...
This is a set of the extremely scarce Centennial edition journals, printed by noted Lewis and Clark historian -- James Hosmer. These are copies number 1 of only 75 sets,...
The author, Charles Ritz, gives his reflections on rods, lines and other tackle as well as his famous method of fly-casting, which is described in detail. The whole book is...