Canada on the Pacific being an account of a journey from Edmonton to the Pacific by the Peace River Valley; and of a winter voyage along the western coast ... with remarks on the physical features of the Pacific Railway route and notices of the Indian tribes of British Columbia. Charles Horetzky.
Canada on the Pacific being an account of a journey from Edmonton to the Pacific by the Peace River Valley; and of a winter voyage along the western coast ... with remarks on the physical features of the Pacific Railway route and notices of the Indian tribes of British Columbia
Canada on the Pacific being an account of a journey from Edmonton to the Pacific by the Peace River Valley; and of a winter voyage along the western coast ... with remarks on the physical features of the Pacific Railway route and notices of the Indian tribes of British Columbia

Canada on the Pacific being an account of a journey from Edmonton to the Pacific by the Peace River Valley; and of a winter voyage along the western coast ... with remarks on the physical features of the Pacific Railway route and notices of the Indian tribes of British Columbia

Montreal: Dawson Bros. 1874. First edition, small 8vo, pp. [4], [1], viii-x, 244; folding map, folding chart; a fine copy in original terracotta cloth, gilt-stamped spine. "The writer organized and conducted the overland expedition of Mr. Sandford Fleming from Fort Garry to Edmonton during the summer of 1872; and it was at the insistence of that gentleman, who desired to exhaust the whole field of enquiry before deciding upon a route for the Canada Pacific road, that the journey...was undertaken" (Preface). Lowther, Bibliography of British Columbia, 466. Item #49127

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