Titolo: 12 Volumes from The Champlain Society
Casa editrice: The Champlain Society
Condizione libro: Fine
Twelve various volumes from the Champlain Society which focuses on early Canadian History and important documents. The titles are as follows; Lord Minto's Canadian Papers Vol 1&2, The Upper Ottawa Valley to 1855, The French Regime in the Upper Country of Canada During the Seventeenth Century, The Eldon House Diaries: Five Women's Views of the 19th Century, The Rebellion of 1837 in Upper Canada, The Diary of Simeon Perkins 1804-12, Documents Relating to The Great Awakening in Nova Scotia 1760-1791, Captain Bayfield's Survey Journals 1829-1853 Vol 1&2, John Prince 1796-1870: A Collection of Documents, The Bank of Upper Canada. All volumes are in excellent condition and don't appear to have been read. They all feature red boards with gold lettering on spine, a frontispiece and many are numbered 1108 of a numbered publication. A great set of Canada history. Pictures and more details available upon request. Extra shipping might apply. Codice inventario libreria 002770
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