Hardcover Book, Visiting Our Past, National Geographic Society, First Edition, Non-Fiction, American History, Illustrated
A wonderful hardcover book called Visiting Our Past America's Historylands by National Geographic. This book has illustrations in color and black and white.
Visiting Our Past America's Historylands was published by National Geographic in 1977 to honor the American Bicentennial. "Our main highways to the past remain what they were in the pre-electronic age before photography, before radio and television: our books and our landscape." In these words, historian Daniel J. Boorstin, Pulitzer laureate and Librarian of Congress, keynotes the unforgettable adventure of Visiting Our Past. In the rich colors of more than 400 illustrations and the lively writings of Dr. Boorstin and seven other author-historians, you experience a compelling odyssey that sweeps from shore to shore, from border to border in search of America's historylands.
11¼ inches in length
9 inches in width
Published by Octopus Books -- 1977 -- First Edition
This book is in very good condition. Binding is tight. The book's covers have some wear to the corners and spine.
The dust cover is in fair condition with some tearing and rubbing on the back and front. The dust cover is glued to the inside fly leaves.
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