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A Concise Account Of North America

First Edition | First Printing



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First edition of A Concise Account of North America by Major Robert Rogers, attractively rebound in a quarter red morocco binding.

Octavo, vii, [1p advertisement], 264pp. Modern binding of quarter red morocco with marbled paper boards, double gilt ruling to front and rear covers. Title in gilt over black leather spine label, double gilt-ruled bands with decorative embellishments. New endpapers. Solid text block, no wear to binding, faint toning throughout. (Howes R418) (Sabin 72723) (Streeter Sale II: 1028)

A Concise Account of North America was the first geographical account of the interior of North America after the British took possession from France (Howes). Major Robert Rogers served in the British Army during the French and Indian War and the American Revolution. During the French and Indian War, Rogers raised and led Rogers’ Rangers company who specialized in reconnaissance and other exclusive operations.

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J. Millan


First Edition, First Printing

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Leather bound


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