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The Trail Blazers by Lawton B. Evans 1925 Milton Bradley

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Antiquarian & Collectible

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1925

Category:

Literature

Author:

Lawton B. Evans

Publisher:

Milton Bradley Company

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Item number:

923724

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The Trail Blazers by Lawton B. Evans 1925 Milton Bradley The Trail Blazers Lawton B. Evans Pioneers of the Northwest Springfield, Mass: Milton Bradley Company 1925 282 pages Illustrated by Oliver Kemp The binding has some breaks but is in acceptable condition. The pages are clean but lightly tanned and have a few scattered brown age spots. There is a stamped name and a gift inscription dated 1925 on the front end paper and a bookplate on the front paste down. The cover is rubbed and faded and there is a small bit of white paper stuck to the back. Acceptable. Hardcover. Introduction: Among all the romantic episodes of the war of the American Revolution, that of George Rogers Clark and his band of sturdy men from Virginia and Kentucky, stands among the foremost. That two hundred men should overrun a hostile territory larger than France, and hold it for three years, and at the end see it brought under the American flag, reads like a knightly tale of ancient times. That the thrilling story of the conquest of the Northwest Territory shall bring a deeper appreciation of the pioneer who carved an empire out of a wilderness, is the great hope of the author. (#0000239)
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