Iowa as it is; in 1855; a gazetteer for citizens, and a hand-book for emmigrants, embracing a full description of the state of Iowa: her agricultural, mineralogical, and geological character; her water courses, timber lands, soil and climate; the various railroad lines being built and those projected, with the distances on each; the number and condition of churches and schools in each county; population and business statistics of the most important cities and towns. Information for the immigrant respecting the selection, entry and cultivation of prairie soil; a list of unentered lands in the state, &c., with numerous illustrations

Chicago: Keen and Lee, 1855. xv, 264p., eight wood engraved plates; severe edgewear, several signatures starting (although hinges are ok), intermittant foxing.

Howes (entry P83) calls for a map, lacking here with no signs of mischief, and two plates only, whereas this copy boasts an extra six with no duplication.

Cat.No: 40742

Price: $30.00

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