Beyond the west; containing an account of two years' travel in that other half of our great continent far beyond the old west, on the plains, in the Rocky Mountains, and picturesque parks of Colorado. Also, characteristic features of New Mexico, Arizona, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, eastern and western Oregon, Utah, Nevada, and the sunset land, California the end of the West. GEORGE W. PINE.

Beyond the west; containing an account of two years' travel in that other half of our great continent far beyond the old west, on the plains, in the Rocky Mountains, and picturesque parks of Colorado. Also, characteristic features of New Mexico, Arizona, Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, eastern and western Oregon, Utah, Nevada, and the sunset land, California the end of the West. Utica, N.Y. Published and Printed by T. J. Griffiths, Exchange Buildings, 1870. 12mo, pp. [i-iii] iv-vi [vii-ix] x-xii [13] 14-444, flyleaves at front and rear, 6 inserted plates with illustrations engraved by Wevill and Hammar, publisher's decorated black cloth, front panel stamped in gold and blind, spine panel stamped in gold, rear panel stamped in blind, brown coated endpapers. First edition. Chapter XXXIX, "Mammoth Tree Grove," pp. [396]-406; Chapter XL, "Yosemite Valley, pp. [407]-418. This material with some enlargement was collected in Pine's TWO WONDERS OF THE WORLD. YO-SEMITE, MAMMOTH TREES, AND BIRD'S EYE VIEW OF CALIFORNIA (Herkimer, N.Y. 1873). Mild stain to lower fore-edge margins of first few leaves, occasional spotting in text, but overall a tight, bright, very attractive copy. (#155567).

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