Gold hunting in Alaska as told by Joseph Grinnell. Edited by Elizabeth Grinnell

Elgin, Ill. & Chicago: David C. Cook, [1901]. First edition; small 4to, pp. 96; text printed in double column; numerous illustrations from photographs throughout; original pictorial wrappers; small piece missing from the top corner of the rear wrapper, text toned; all else very good. Issued as no. 11 in the publisher's New Sabbath Library. Written during the Klondike Gold Rush by zoologist Joseph Grinnell "while prospecting in the Kotzbue Sound and Nome regions. Includes notes on climate, traveling conditions, the natives, and life among the prospectors" (AB). Arctic Bibliography 6243. Item #49713

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