Audubon's Western Journal : 1849-1850 : Being the MS. Record of a trip from New York to Texas, and an overland journey through Mexico and Arizona to the gold-fields of California. John Woodhouse Audubon, biographical, Maria R. Audubon, Frank Heywood Hodder.

Audubon's Western Journal : 1849-1850 : Being the MS. Record of a trip from New York to Texas, and an overland journey through Mexico and Arizona to the gold-fields of California

Cincinnati: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1906.

Second Edition. Hardcover. Very Good in Good+ dust jacket. Item #11328

Light tone, otherwise light wear; Dust Jacket toned, hand-written title on spine, small chips and wrinkling, otherwise light wear. Solid oversize hardcover.; Reprint of the First Edition, with additions and retitling: Journal by John W. Audubon ; with biographical memoir by his daughter, Maria R. Audubon ; introduction, notes, and index by Frank Heywood Hodder ; with folded map, portrait, and original drawings. Wright Howes; edited by William E Hartley III; Wright Howes The Final Edition of USiana: A Descriptive Bibliography; A 392. "John Woodhouse Audubon, the son of the great ornithologist and a naturalist in his own right, records his observations with a party of gold-seekers from Texas, across northern Mexico, and Arizona to the California diggings - a journey of great hardship and disappointment to him." - Western Americana: An annotated bibliography to the microfiche collection of 1012 books and documents of the 18th, 19th, and early 20th century; University Microfilms; WA04004. Attractive copy, with the hard-to-find dust jacket. ; 249, 10 ad pages.

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