THE MOUNTAIN THAT WAS "GOD": Being a Little Book about the Great Peak which the Indians named "Tacoma" but which is officially called "Rainier."; Second Edition revised and greatly enlarged, with 190 illustrations, including eight colored halftones. John H. Williams.

THE MOUNTAIN THAT WAS "GOD": Being a Little Book about the Great Peak which the Indians named "Tacoma" but which is officially called "Rainier."; Second Edition revised and greatly enlarged, with 190 illustrations, including eight colored halftones.

Tacoma / New York: John H. Williams / G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1911. Revised & Enlarged Edition. Full Calf. pp: 142, (2) index and tailpiece; complete with 190 illustrations from photographs, some color plates with glassine guards, folding map at rear. Bound in limp cowhide, gilt title block on cover; upper corners of cover lightly chipped, front pastedown scarred, text block clean and sound. 10" x 6.75" Very Good. Item #039275

Price: $65.00

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