Dr. John McLoughlin, the father of Oregon

Cleveland, Ohio: The Arthur H. Clark Company, 1907. 1st. Hardcover. Forest green cloth quarto, top edge guilt; 301 pages, 2 unnumbered leaves of plates; portrait frontispiece, b/w portraits ; 25 cm. Deckled fore-edge. Contains b/w portraits. Raised joint edges slighlty rubbed, very minor shelfwear to head and tail of spine. Front and rear hinges very neatly reinforced with archival glue (unnoticed). Overall a tight and clean copy in near fine condition. Item #90689

A very sharp and desirable copy. ll McLoughlin came from Riviere du Loup in Quebec and worked his way up through the Hudson's Bay Company until he alone was responsible for that great chunk of continent known as the Pacific Northwest, and the help and support he offered the American emigrants to the Oregon Country in the critical years 1843-1846. ll Genealogy and family of Dr. John McLoughlin. Punishment of Indians. Early French Canadian settlers. Early American traders and travelers. Missionaries. Oregon Territory.

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