Goodrich's Pictorial History of the United States With Notices of Other Portions of America North and South 1866 by S G Goodrich

Book # 1Gv2JcRMTATM 154
Description
Antique illustrated book titled "Goodrich's Pictorial History of the United States, With Notices of Other Portions of America North and South" by S. G. Goodrich, copyright 1866.

This book has has writing and spotting stains, as well as a cluster of loose pages, a few tears, folded corners, and a couple of holes in a few random pages.
Published 1866
Author S G Goodrich
Illustrated yes
Cover type hard
Language English
Genre History
Pages 516
Chapters CCXX
Dimensions
width height depth
5 7.5 1 in
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