Boston: Little, Brown, 1913.
Illustrated by Illustrated and folding map. First US Edition. Hardcover. Very Good- with no dust jacket. Item #15361
Spine lettering light fade, random edge foxing, owner's ex-libris, otherwise light wear. Solid hardcovers. ; Two of two volumes, complete set. "Recounts the unparalleled adventures of the famous explorer A Henry Savage-Landor and a small band of native servants in a journey through a vast, unexplored region of Brazil and on the return through unfrequented parts of Peru, Bolivia, Chili and the Argentine, including the crossing of the Andes. Lost to the world for eighteen months, Mr Savage-Landor covered a total distance of 13,750 miles, and in this remote wilderness of luxuriance experienced some of the strangest adventures that ever fell to the lost of the explorer; indeed, how he survived to tell the tale is a marvel." - Publisher's Weekly, November 22, 1913, page 132. ; xxiii, 377; xvi, 439 in 2v pages.