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The Rundle Journals 1840-1848

£17.99

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Historical Society of Alberta, volume I. Blue cloth hard covers with gilt titles on the front and spine. Minor wear and bumping at the base of the spine. Inscription on fly title page which has been heavily obscured with a black marker pen. The remainder of the text block is unmarked and in Fine condition. Dust jacket is clipped at the front top corner of the inner flap; has a little edge wear but is protected by a Plasti-Kleer jacket. This initial volume, published as part of a series by the Historical Society of Alberta, contains the journals and letters of the first Christian missionary to reside in what is now Alberta. From 1840 to 1848, Robert Terrill Rundle laboured among the Indian tribes and fur trade employees as a missionary of the English Wesleyan Methodists.

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Author(s):
Dempsey, Hugh A (editor)
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1977
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
414
Publisher:
Historical Society of Alberta

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Historical Society of Alberta, volume I. Blue cloth hard covers with gilt titles on the front and spine. Minor wear and bumping at the base of the spine. Inscription on fly title page which has been heavily obscured with a black marker pen. The remainder of the text block is unmarked and in Fine condition. Dust jacket is clipped at the front top corner of the inner flap; has a little edge wear but is protected by a Plasti-Kleer jacket. This initial volume, published as part of a series by the Historical Society of Alberta, contains the journals and letters of the first Christian missionary to reside in what is now Alberta. From 1840 to 1848, Robert Terrill Rundle laboured among the Indian tribes and fur trade employees as a missionary of the English Wesleyan Methodists.

Added value:
Uncommon book
Author(s):
Dempsey, Hugh A (editor)
Condition:
Used: good
Edition:
1977
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
414
Publisher:
Historical Society of Alberta

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