Journal of Col. George Croghan, Who was sent, after the Peace of 1763, by the Government, to Explore the Country adjacent to the Ohio River, and to Conciliate the Indian Nations who had hitherto acted with the French. (Reprinted) from Featherstonhaugh Am. Monthly Journal of Geology, December 1831.

(Burlington, N. J. New Jersey Enterprise Book and Job Printing Establishment), [1875?]. Second separate edition. 8vo, original gilt-printed brown wrappers (lacks rear wrapper) bound into later plain wrappers, 38 pages. Fragile coated front wrapper a bit chipped and worn, gilt faded; some light stains to the fore-edges; a good, sound copy in a custom protective cloth sleeve. Item #18745

First published in Featherstonehaugh's Monthly American Journal of Geology and Natural Science in 1831 (with an offprint of 100 copies) and her reissued in semi-facsimile, an uncommon account of travel in the Ohio Valley, Illinois, and to Detroit in the wake of the French and Indian War. Buck 1; see Howes C902: "100 copies ptd. as a separate from the 'Journal of Geology.' . . . rptd. 1875, same impr & collat."

Price: $250.00

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