J. H. Schlarman, From Quebec to New Orleans

$195.00

Stunning Dust Jacket!

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J. H. Schlarman took on an epic untold story with From Quebec to New Orleans: The Story of the French in America, Illustrated. Fort de Chartres. 

Story of the French in Colonial America parallels the story of the expansion of English-Speaking communities but is unfamiliar to most readers. Schlarman’s work is a volume that is trustworthy in its relation of facts, appreciable to all, and extremely readable by reason of its fascinating and entertaining style. 

Features brilliantly illustrated dust jacket and end pages – uncommon and hard to find. Richly illustrated within. 

Light foxing; light wear of extremities; dust jacket clipped & chipped with minor loss at top and bottom of spine; else very good. A beautiful volume with an exquisitely artistic dust jacket!

Schlarman, J. H. From Quebec to New Orleans: The Story of the French in America, Illustrated. Fort de Chartres. Belleville, IL: Beuchler Publishing, 1929. 569p., frontispiece, illustrations, illustrated end pages, dust jacket. 

 

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