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8vo. pp. 272; portrait frontispiece, maps & line drawings. Vellum backed cloth, leather label, spine a little browned but Very Good. One of only 100 copies printed, this copy a presentation from a family member. One of the scarcest modern books on Alaska. Teichmann was a representative for the Russian American Fur Company who had a monopoly on the whole catch; he was sent to Alaska to safeguard their interests. One of the earliest accounts of Alaska after its cession to the U.S.
Title: A Journey to Alaska in the Year 1868; being a diary of the late Emil Teichmann. Edited by his son Oskar.
Publisher: Kensington: privately printed at the Cayme Press, 1925.:
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