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[Northwest Exploration] Wood, Robert L.
Men, Mules & Mountains: Lt. O'Neil's Olympic Expeditions.
A Fine tight copy in a Fine bright unclipped dust jacket . This is the story of Lieutenant Joseph P. O'Neil of the Fourteenth Infantry and his two reconnaissance expeditions in 1885 and later in 1890 into the Olympic Mountain Range in Northwest Washington State, with much of the account based on the hand-written account kept by Private Harry Fisher. Fisher's account puts the military expedition on a much more personal level regarding the hardships and difficulties as well as some of the humor that made the endeavor bearable. There are forty illustrations and photographs and twenty-one maps.

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[Northwest Exploration] Wood, Robert L.
Men, Mules & Mountains: Lt. O'Neil's Olympic Expeditions.
A Fine tight copy in a Fine bright unclipped dust jacket . This is the story of Lieutenant Joseph P. O'Neil of the Fourteenth Infantry and his two reconnaissance expeditions in 1885 and later in 1890 into the Olympic Mountain Range in Northwest Washington State, with much of the account based on the hand-written account kept by Private Harry Fisher. Fisher's account puts the military expedition on a much more personal level regarding the hardships and difficulties as well as some of the humor that made the endeavor bearable. There are forty illustrations and photographs and twenty-one maps.

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[Northwest Exploration] Wood, Robert L.
Men, Mules & Mountains: Lt. O'Neil's Olympic Expeditions.
A Near Fine copywith previous owner stamp on the front flyleaf in a Very Good plus bright unclipped dust jacket with two internally repaired closed edge tears. This is the story of Lieutenant Joseph P. O'Neil of the Fourteenth Infantry and his two reconnaissance expeditions in 1885 and later in 1890 into the Olympic Mountain Range in Northwest Washington State, with much of the account based on the hand-written account kept by Private Harry Fisher. Fisher's account puts the military expedition on a much more personal level regarding the hardships and difficulties as well as some of the humor that made the endeavor bearable. There are forty illustrations and photographs and twenty-one maps.

Price: $95.00
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[Northwest History] Manring, B(enjamin) F.
Conquest of the Coeur D'Alenes, Spokans & Palouses. The Expeditions of Colonels E. J. Steptoe and George Wright Against the "No
A Very Good copy with age darkening to the spine and board edges. No dust jacket. Illustrated. In 1858, Colonel Steptoe led a detachment of 164 soldiers to the Washington Territory to engage local tribes but during what is called the Spokane–Coeur d'Alene–Paloos War, a combined force of about 1,000 Coeur d’Alenes, Spokanes, and Palouses attacked and defeated Steptoe at the Battle of Pine Creek. The battle, and the subsequent (successful) retreat, is also known as "the Steptoe Disaster." Author Manning has written a fine history of this event and circumstances that led up to it.

Price: $375.00
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[Washington Ferryboats] Kline, M.S. and G.A. Bayless.
Ferryboats: A Legend on Puget Sound.
A Fine tight copy in a Near Fine bright price-clipped dust jacket. This is the most comprehensive history and photographic documentation of the Puget Sound ferryboat system--the largest inland waterway fleet in the United States. 401 pages fully illustrated.

Price: $125.00
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