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Oxford University Press, publishers, London, 1944. hardcover, 5" x 7½" (lacks jacket). Book in VERY GOOD condition. Red cloth-bound boards with gold (fading) type to spine, map endpapers ('The Oregan Trail Trip'), and red tinted top edges. This is a good, tight copy of the classic early American travel-exploration title in 1846 young Francis Parkman and his cousin, Quincy Adams Shaw, set out, with Henry Chatillon as guide, to travel the Old West, to meet and observe the trappers and Indians on the Oregan Trail first hand - "a tour of curiosity and amusement to the Rocky Mountains' the twenty-three-year-old Parkman called it. It turned out to be so much more than he expected.