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Survival on a westward trek, 1858-1859 : the John Jones overlanders / [edited by] Dwight L. Smith
Bib ID 2192457
Format BookBook
Author
Jones, John, active 1858-1859
 
Description Athens : Ohio University Press, [1989] 
xxxi, 144 p. : ill. ; 23 cm. 
ISBN 0821409212 (alkaline paper)
Notes

Includes index.

Bibliography: p. [135]-138.

Subjects Jones, John, active 1858-1859 -- Diaries.  |  Overland journeys to the Pacific.  |  Canada, Western -- Description and travel.  |  British Columbia -- Gold discoveries.  |  Fraser River Region (B.C.) -- Gold discoveries.
Other authors/contributors Smith, Dwight La Vern, 1918-

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