THE FIRST EMIGRANT TRAIN TO CALIFORNIA. John BIDWELL.
THE FIRST EMIGRANT TRAIN TO CALIFORNIA
THE FIRST EMIGRANT TRAIN TO CALIFORNIA
THE FIRST EMIGRANT TRAIN TO CALIFORNIA
THE FIRST EMIGRANT TRAIN TO CALIFORNIA

THE FIRST EMIGRANT TRAIN TO CALIFORNIA

Menlo Park, California: Penlitho Press, 1966. First Thus. 54 (2) pages. First Edition Thus. Illustrated from drawings by Frederic Remington. Portrait of the Author. Foreword by Oscar Lewis. Number 46 of 500 copies. Small signed gift card laid in, compliments of Peninsula Lithograph Company (publisher). Map endpapers. Beige Cloth. 7 3/4" x 10 5/8". In book form, the text is from the first of three articles John Bidwell contributed the the Century Magazine in the early 1890s. Bidwell was a member of the Bartleson-Bidwell party, which was the first organized group of emigrants to reach California, over the Sierra Nevada, from the United States. This book describes that overland journey, ending in the arrival at Dr. Marsh's ranch on November 4, 1841. Bidwell's journey lead on to great prosperity. Kurutz 55. Faint soiling, but Near Fine, and now in a custom, clear mylar protective jacket. ALWAYS FREE SHIPPING via media mail to any United States address. Item #1715

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