A Gazetteer of Illinois in Three Parts: Containing a General View of the State, a General View of Each County, amd a Particular Description of Each Town … Alphabetically Arranged. John M. Peck.

A Gazetteer of Illinois in Three Parts: Containing a General View of the State, a General View of Each County, amd a Particular Description of Each Town … Alphabetically Arranged.

Jacksonville: Published by R. Goudy, 1834.

viii, 376pp. Rebound in modern red cloth, with original cloth laid down; printed paper label. Bookplate on front pastedown; library ink and blindstamp on titlepage and first leave; contemporary ownership inscription on titlepage. Text lightly and evenly toned. About very good. In a larger red half morocco box, spine gilt Howes P170; Graff 3232; Bradford 4232; Buck 278; Byrd 191; Sabin 59483. Item #248253

This is the first edition of one of Peck's many publications regarding the state of Illinois and the adjacent country, derived mostly from his own personal experiences as a veteran traveller within and without the state.  A useful guide for visitors as well as residents, with an appendix describing Wisconsin Territory.

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