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Only One Man Died: The Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition

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Only One Man Died: The Medical Aspects of the Lewis and Clark Expedition Author: Chuinard, Eldon G. Place: Glendale, CA Publisher: Arthur H. Clark Company Date: 1979 Description: Volume XIX. 444 pp. Illustrations, maps, portraits. (8vo) 9½x6½", red cloth, top and fore edge trim, bottom edge untrimmed, gilt stamped spine, printed two-color dust jacket. One of 1020 copies. First Edition. A thorough study of this unique aspect of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. This work is divided into 3 sections: "The Medical World of Lewis and Clark," "Preparation For The Expedition," and "The Expedition of Lewis and Clark." An important study and a valued contribution to history of this famous expedition. Lot Amendments Condition: Near fine in mylar protected dust jacket. Lots sold without reserve are sold “as Is” and are not returnable under any circumstances. The minimum shipping and handling per invoice is $20 for shipments to the US and $30 for shipments outside the US please consider this when determining your bid amount Item number: 314811

Informations about the auction
Auction house: PBA Galleries
Title: Sale 2035: Publications of the Arthur H. Clark Company - Timed Auction - Most Lots Without Reserve
Date of the auction: 8 Jun 2020
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