Item #084032 Report on the Exploration of the Country; Between Lake Superior and the Red River Settlement, and Between the Latter Place and the Assiniboine and Saskatchewan. S. J. Dawson.

Report on the Exploration of the Country; Between Lake Superior and the Red River Settlement, and Between the Latter Place and the Assiniboine and Saskatchewan

Toronto: John Lovell, 1859. Hardcover. pp. (1-3) 4-45. 4to. Bound in purple cloth, black leatherette spine. Two outrageously large folding maps to rear, the first an (approx. 66" wide) "Profile of the Route by Grand Portage and the Pigeon River from Lake Superior to Rainy Lake", and the second (approx. 79" x 47") of the Region between Fort William (i.e. Thunder Bay) on Lake Superior and the Great Saskatchewan River. Also contains a smaller fold out map showing the routes connecting the Atlantic to the Pacific. Quite shelfworn, binding faded and scuffed, spine cracked with two prominent holes, ink inscription to front pastedown; good. Item #084032

Printed by Order of the Legislative Assembly.

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