LAMPEN, EG: Martha and Her Doll House: Boston to San Fransisco 1848 to 1852

Lampen, Elizabeth G. Martha and Her Doll House: Boston to San Fransisco 1848 to 1852. 2004. Unmarked. Very Good. Paperback. (#28412)

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A true story embellished considerably by Martha’s great-grand-niece. 49p. Extensively illustrated. Tells the story of young Martha Liscomb Macondray 1841-1934, the youngest daughter in the family of Capt. and Mrs Frederick William Macondray.

The doll house, still enjoyed to this day, was built in Paris in 1847, where Capt. Frederick William Macondray purchased it for his three daughters.

ANDERSON, IW: Fort Clatsop: A Charbonneau Family Portrait

Anderson, Irving W. Fort Clatsop: A Charbonneau Family Portrait. National Park Service, 1988. Unmarked text. Very Good. Paperback (Saddle Stitched). (#28143)

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Maps and photographs. Biographical sketches of Sacagawea, Jean Baptiste, and Toussaint Charbonneau. Bibliography. 20p. Measures 7×8.5 inches.

Fort Clatsop was the encampment of the Lewis and Clark Expedition in the Oregon Country near the mouth of the Columbia River during the winter of 1805-1806.

HANSEN, WR: The Geologic Story of the Uinta Mountains, Geological Survey Bulletin 1291

The Geologic Story of the Uinta Mountains, Geological Survey Bulletin 1291, book coverHansen, Wallace R. The Geologic Story of the Uinta Mountains, Geological Survey Bulletin 1291. US Government Printing Office, 1975. Unmarked. Age tanning at spine. Very Good. Paperback. (#28016)

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Illustrated in color and B/W. Drawings. Maps. 144p. Index. Bibliography.

This book is a geologic review, commemorating John Wesley Powell’s (1834-1902) historic explorations among the lofty peaks and deep canyons of the Uinta Mountains.

John Wesley Powell was a U.S. soldier, geologist, explorer of the American West, professor at Illinois Wesleyan University, and director of major scientific and cultural institutions The Uinta Mountains are an east-west trending chain of mountains in northeastern Utah extending slightly into southern Wyoming in the United States.