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Steamers Wake. Voyaging Down the Old Marine Highways of Puget Sound, British Columbia, and the Columbia River.
by [Northwest Maritime] Faber, Jim.

Publisher Information:
Enetai Press, Seattle: 1985.

A Fine tight copy in a Near Fine unclipped dust jacket. The author chronicles the history of paddlewheel steamers and screw steamers that plied the Columbia and Fraser rivers and later on Puget Sound. The 260 photographs that illustrate this large format volume capture scenes of gold seekers, beach picnics, boat races and launchings.


Edition: First Printing of the First US Edition
ISBN: 0961581107
Book Id: 26157

Price: $95.00

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