THE AMERICAN UNIVERSAL GEOGRAPHY, Part 2: Eastern Continent and Islands, by Jedidiah Morse - 1805
The American Universal Geography
Part Second: Eastern Continent and Islands
by Jedidiah Morse
Published by: Isaiah Thomas and Ebenezer T. Andrews. Boston, MA. 1805.
Hardback is overall in VERY GOOD condition.
- Leather covers exhibit mild signs of commensurate age and wear.
- Full leatherbound covers.
- Boards are scuffed and rubbed, most notably to the finish along the rear left and front and bottom edges with additional mild edgewear. Please see photos.
- Corners are moderately bumped and rubbed. Please see photos.
- Spine has black title block with gilt-stamped lettering and bands with a large sticker affixed to the lower area and exhibits rubbing to the surface and bumping and rubbing to the ends. Please see photos.
- Binding is secure.
- Endpapers and feps are age-toned with foxing.
- Front pastedown and ffep bear writing in ink. Please see photos.
- Foldout maps are present and exhibit age-toning with foxing while the map of Asia is torn along a portion of the right lower left corner. Please see photos.
- Interior is age-toned with foxing.
- Inside pages are free of writing and intentional marks.
- Text block edges are darkened and stained.
- Book may exhibit additional minor signs of age or wear.
Volume 2 only.
Title continues: A view of the present (1805) state of all the empires, kingdoms, states, and republics in the known world, and of the United States of America in particular. In two parts. ... The whole comprehending a complete and improved system of modern geography. Calculated for Americans. Illustrated with maps of the countries described. Accompanied by a new and elegant Atlas of the World... Containing an improved geological description of the Eastern Continent and Islands.
Includes details from Europe, Asia, Africa, Australia - presented for American study.
AS IS! Please see photos. More photos available upon request.
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