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The U. P. Trail by  Zane Grey - First Edition / First Printing  - 1918 - from Lloyd Zimmer, Books and Maps (SKU: 039286)

The U. P. Trail

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The U. P. Trail

by Grey, Zane

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  • hardcover
  • First
Condition
Good/No Dust Jacket
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About This Item

New York: Harper & Brothers, 1918. First Edition / First Printing . Cloth - Hard Cover. Good/No Dust Jacket. Copyright is 1918. First printing, January 1918 with "A-S" code. Dark green cloth covers are a little wrinkled and rubbed on spine. Inked name/address on front end leaves. Volume shows light general use/wear, though remains tight and fairly clean.

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On Jun 9 2020, a reader said:
What can one say about the greatest undertaking ever devised by man--the construction of the transcontinental railroad in the 1860's--and its exposition in story form by the greatest writer of the American West, Zane Grey. Historically accurate from beginning to end, descriptively unmatched by any other writer, and filled with characters enough to fill a mini-series. Of course, there is love found and love lost and then found again; it wouldn't be Zane Grey without that! But beyond the romance, the reader will find the heroism, the strength, the men and women with the kind of fortitude and vision that it took to make this country what it is today. And yes, there is a tragic side to the book. The passing of a life-style; the passing of a people--the Indian; for the progress of the railroad with its technology and its ability to bring huge numbers of people into the country meant the destruction of the Indian. I would recommend this book whole-heartedly for anyone--historian, or pleasure reader. Also available in hardback is the unexpurgated version, Union Pacific, by Five Star Western which came out in 2009 telling the story the way Zane Grey "really" wrote it.

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Details

book dealer
Lloyd Zimmer, Books and Maps US (US)
Bookseller’s Inventory #
039286
Title
The U. P. Trail
Author
Grey, Zane
Format/binding
Cloth - Hard Cover
Book condition
second hand - Good
Jacket condition
No Dust Jacket
Quantity available
1
Edition
First Edition / First Printing
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Harper & Brothers
Place of Publication
New York
Date Published
1918

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Lloyd Zimmer, Books and Maps

10 day return if not as described. S/H is estimated for the costs of a three pound book. Additional fees may be charged for heavier items and conversely a refund will be provided for lighter items costing less to ship. Shipping is always in boxes and well packaged. Email checked daily. Payment by Cash, Check, Money Order, Credit Card, or PayPal. Kansas residents please add 8.95% sales tax. Digital photos are gladly provided upon request.

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Lloyd Zimmer, Books and Maps

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About Lloyd Zimmer, Books and Maps

With more than 25 years of experience buying and selling out-of-print, collectible, and rare books, maps, and ephemera, I am now doing business from my home at 60 Poplar Heights Rd.; Chanute, KS 66720; U.S.A. by appointment only. I offer a selection of more than 5000 books of all genre, as well as more than 1000 maps ranging from 15th century to early 20th. All inventory is hand selected and believed to be of significance for the collector, the reader, the historian or the general book lover. Historically, I have specialized in Kansas and regional history, but also maintain quality collections of Natural History, Theology, Americana, Railroad, Travel and Exploration, Medicine, Art, and Psychology, Neurology, and Psychiatry. Fine bindings, plate books, signed and inscribed items are an important part of my collections. Smaller, though intriguing collections of other genre are also a part of my holdings. Appraisal, consultation, and collection development services are available. Please come and browse, talk books, and have a cup of coffee in a relaxed and book friendly environment. But for the convenience of both of us, please email or call first. Trade terms available and dealers are welcome.

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