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    George W. Kendall. Narrative of an Expedition Across the Great South-Western Prairies, Texas to Santa Fe; London: David Bogue, 1845. Two 12mo volumes, xii, 432 pages; viii, 436 pages. Decorated with engraved frontispieces to both volumes. Fold out map of Texas and northern Mexico (12" x 16.25"), "Texas and Part of Mexico & the United States Showing the Route of the First Santa Fe Expedition," tipped into Volume I. Green, blind stamped cloth over boards with blind and gilt stamped spines. Previous owners' names on endpapers of both volumes. Both volumes covers are heavily damaged; front board and spine covering of Volume I detached; top half of spine covering of Volume II detached. Lightly toned in both. Despite the damage to the boards, the contents are sound. TSHA member donation. All proceeds, including Buyer's Premium, will go to support TSHA.
    Reference: Basic Texas Books 116C. Streeter 1515B.


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