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A Natural History of Trees of Eastern and Central North America: Second Edition

by PEATTIE, DONALD CULROSS

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Bonanza 1966. Super octavo, green cloth boards with black lettering to spine, illus title page, xvi + 606pp, illus, VG (light rubbing to boards, light tanning to page edges) in d/w VG (light rubbing, light tanning, light bruising to spine extrems & cover corners)

One of two genuine classics of American nature writing now in paperback; the other is A Natural History of Western Trees.



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