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    E[verette] DeGolyer. Across Aboriginal America. The Journey of Three Englishmen Across Texas. El Paso: Peripatetic Press, 1947. First edition, limited to 700 copies, this is one of 235 printed on Rising's all-rag book paper. Inscribed by artist José Cisneros to Dick Mulberry on title page. 4to, 25 pages. Printed by Carl Hertzog. Frontispiece and illustrations by José Cisneros. Former owner's book plate on front free endpaper. Green, printed wrappers over boards. Outer cover is slightly toned with minor chipping on the dust jacket. Short interpretive essay by DeGolyer, followed by a facsimile reprint of Ingram, Browne, and Twide's journey, from the first edition of Hakluyt's Voyages.
    Reference: Lowman 44.

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