Catalog Record: Voyage round the world : embracing the principal events of the narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition in one volume : illustrated with one hundred and seventy-eight engravings on wood | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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Voyage round the world : embracing the principal events of the narrative of the United States Exploring Expedition in one volume : illustrated with one hundred and seventy-eight engravings on wood / by Charles Wilkes.

Main Author: Wilkes, Charles, 1798-1877.
Language(s): English
Published: Philadelphia : Geo. W. Gorton, 1849.
Subjects: Antarctica.
Oregon > Description and travel.
Hawaii > Description and travel.
South America > Description and travel.
Oceania > Discovery and exploration.
Note: "This edition of the Narrative of the exploring expedition will be found to contain all the most interesting results as well as the exciting scenes of the cruise. I have endeavored to retain all that is interesting to the general reader in geography and natural history; also, full descriptions of the places we visited, and of the habits, manners, and customs of the natives"--Introd.
Physical Description: xx, 668 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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