Down the Columbia. 1st US in dj

By: FREEMAN, Lewis R.

Price: $150.00

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FREEMAN, Lewis R. Down the Columbia. New York: Dodd, Mead and Company, 1921. First Edition. Pp. [i]-xx,(8),1-383,(1), frontis., + 46 p. of plates. Illustrated. 8vo, blue cloth with gilt lettering to front and spine. Toy 1338,Cassell 727. "The author, who has tried nearly every form of adventure in nearly every country of the world, for years had an ambition to voyage downthe Columbia River from its source to its mouth. Curiously enough, althoug h the Columbia is one of the world's great rivers, and perhaps the grandest, scenically, of any, there is no record that any man has ever made the complete journey from the glacial sources to tidewater. The Columbia, as an old frontiersman expressed it, is a "he-river," if ever there was one. It runs through mountains nearly its full length, and there is no slack water on the entire course where rapids are sometimes twenty miles long. For rocks, current, speed, volume of water and for scenery, there is no river like it.Mr Freeman's book describes his journey and his adventures, of which there were more than enough for an average man, and illustrates his trip with ma ny wonderful photographs taken along the way." - from the dust-jacket. Chapters : 1. Preparing for the Big Bend; 2. Up Horse Thief Creek; 3. At the Glacier; 4. The Lake of the Hanging Glaciers; 5. Canal Flats to Beavermouth; 6. Through Surprise Rapids; 7. Kinbasket Lake and Rapids; 8. Boat Encampment to Revelstoke; 9. Revelstoke; to the Spokane; 10. Rafting through Hell Gate; 11. By Launch through Box Canyon; 12. Chelan to Pasco; 13. Pasco to theDalles; 14. The Home Stretch. Vg and bright in soiled and chipped but stil l attractive dj. 150.00

Title: Down the Columbia. 1st US in dj

Author Name: FREEMAN, Lewis R.

Categories: 63,

Publisher: Dodd, Mead and Company, NY, 1921,:

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