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Peel 330

Ross, Alexander (1783-1856) [info]. Red River Settlement: Its rise, progress and present state: With some account of the native races and its general history to the present day. London: Smith, Elder & Co, 1856.
Physical description: xvi, 416 p., front.; 19.5 cm.
Language: English
A vivid word-picture of life in the colony. Includes publisher's catalogue. Also published, new edition with extract from Robert Michael Ballantyne's The young fur-traders , London: Nelson, 1905; with new introduction by Jay Edgerton in edition of 1,500 copies, Minneapolis: Ross & Haines, 1957 (xvi, 416p.); with new introduction by William Lewis Morton, Edmonton: Hurtig and Rutland, Vt.: C.E. Tuttle, 1972 (xxviii, 416p.). Included in Red River settlement , compiled by Helen Doherty, [Winnipeg: H. Doherty, 1984] (xx, 505p.). See also Peel 148.
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