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‎IVANOVNA, IVANOVA ZINAIDA (COMP.); BEDNIV, V.; VASILEVNA, N.; GABISHEVA, A.; GAVRILEVA, R.; IVANOVA, Z.; IVANOV-UNAROV, V.; PLOTKINOV, V.; POKATILOVA, I.; POTALOV, I.; RUBAN, I.; TISHINA, T.; KHABAROVA, M.; CHERTOV, IU.; SHAPOSHNIKOV, E.‎

‎Severnye [ Severnie ] Vernisazhi: Sbornik Statei‎

‎Yakutsk: Yakutskoe Knizhnoe Izdatelstvo, 1990. 5769600802. Hard Cover. ISBN: 5769600802. Book is in the Russian language. Sound binding and hinges. Clean but tanned pages. Illustrated with black-and-white photographs of northern Siberian painting, sculpture and other items. Cloth over boards is lightly shelf worn.; Anthology of essays about the Siberian north by Vadim Anatolevich Bednov, Natalya Mikhailovna Vasilevna, Asya Lvovna Gabisheva; Rimma Semenovna Gavrileva; Zinaida Ivanovna Ivanova, Vladimir Kharlampevich Ivanov-Unarov; Viktor Innokentevich Plotnikov; Iya Volodarovna Pokatilova; Innokentii Afanasevich Potalov; Igor Pavilovich Ruban; Tatiana Petrovna Tishina; Margarita Valerianovna Khabarova; Iurii Alekseevich Chertov; Efim Mikhailovich Shaposhnikov.; 8.75" (21 cm) tall; 134 pages. Very Good with no dust jacket .‎

Bookseller reference : 1500056 ISBN : 5769600802

‎Ivanovna, Ivanova Zinaida (comp.); Bedniv, V.; Vasilevna, N.; Gabisheva, A.; Gavrileva, R.; Ivanova, Z.; Ivanov-Unarov, V.; Plotkinov, V.; Pokatilova, I.; Potalov, I.; Ruban, I.; Tishina, T.; Khabarova, M.; Chertov, Iu.; Shaposhnikov, E.‎

‎Severnye [ Severnie ] Vernisazhi: Sbornik Statei‎

‎Book is in the Russian language. Sound binding and hinges. Clean but tanned pages. Illustrated with black - and - white photographs of northern Siberian painting, sculpture and other items. Cloth over boards is lightly shelf worn.; Anthology of essays about the Siberian north by Vadim Anatolevich Bednov, Natalya Mikhailovna Vasilevna, Asya Lvovna Gabisheva; Rimma Semenovna Gavrileva; Zinaida Ivanovna Ivanova, Vladimir Kharlampevich Ivanov - Unarov; Viktor Innokentevich Plotnikov; Iya Volodarovna Pokatilova; Innokentii Afanasevich Potalov; Igor Pavilovich Ruban; Tatiana Petrovna Tishina; Margarita Valerianovna Khabarova; Iurii Alekseevich Chertov; Efim Mikhailovich Shaposhnikov.; 8.75" (21 cm) tall; 134 pages‎

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‎IVANSKY, Anatoly. (comp.).‎

‎Lenin in Siberian Exile:‎

‎Records, Documents and Recollections. 328pp, 16 plates Moscow 1983. VG in DW -‎

Bookseller reference : HALL305441

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Anthony C. Hall
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‎J. WARD‎

‎With the 'Die - Hards' in Siberia. THE ONLY BRITISH UNIT HISTORY IN THE RUSSIAN INTERVENTION‎

‎8vo., First Edition, with a portrait and 10 plates on 7, fore - edge browning slightly; original regimental grey cloth, upper board blocked with crest in black, upper board and backstrip lettered in black, covers mildly age - stained else a very good, clean copy. The astonishing, if gruelling, account of the 25th (Navvies) Battalion of The Middlesex Regiment in WWI, and THE ONLY BRITISH UNIT HISTORY IN THE RUSSIAN INTERVENTION. 'Ward's story really belongs in the main to the 'after - the - war' period in Russia. He gives an interesting account of Admiral Koltchak, whom he admired, and shows how insuperable were the difficulties which that unfortunate patriot had to face. It is now beginning to be recognised that Koltchak was, with the possible exception of Wrangel, far and away the ablest of the White [Russian] commanders. For the rest, his [Ward's] story is one of gallantry and endurance in frightful conditions displayed by troops for the most part of a low physical category' (Falls). 'In 1915 [Ward] raised the 25th Navvies Battalion, which was then ordered to the Far East and ultimately to Siberia to support Admiral Koltchak.' (Sutcliffe). Very scarce. Enser, p.68; Falls, p.236; Sutcliffe, p.328; not recorded by White.‎

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‎J. WARD‎

‎With the 'Die-Hards' in Siberia. THE ONLY BRITISH UNIT HISTORY IN THE RUSSIAN INTERVENTION‎

‎"Cassell, 1920" "8vo., First Edition, with a portrait and 10 plates on 7, fore-edge browning slightly; original regimental grey cloth, upper board blocked with crest in black, upper board and backstrip lettered in black, covers mildly age-stained else a very good, clean copy. The astonishing, if gruelling, account of the 25th (Navvies) Battalion of The Middlesex Regiment in WWI, and THE ONLY BRITISH UNIT HISTORY IN THE RUSSIAN INTERVENTION. 'Ward's story really belongs in the main to the 'after-the-war' period in Russia. He gives an interesting account of Admiral Koltchak, whom he admired, and shows how insuperable were the difficulties which that unfortunate patriot had to face. It is now beginning to be recognised that Koltchak was, with the possible exception of Wrangel, far and away the ablest of the White [Russian] commanders. For the rest, his [Ward's] story is one of gallantry and endurance in frightful conditions displayed by troops for the most part of a low physical category' (Falls). 'In 1915 [Ward] raised the 25th Navvies Battalion, which was then ordered to the Far East and ultimately to Siberia to support Admiral Koltchak.' (Sutcliffe). Very scarce. Enser, p.68; Falls, p.236; Sutcliffe, p.328; not recorded by White."‎

Bookseller reference : 20637

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‎JAATINEN, TOIMI; ET AL.‎

‎Kohtaaminen Siperiassa / an Encounter in Siberia.‎

‎[Tampere: Tampereen Kaupunki, 2002]. - Octavo, softcover bound in pictorial blue wrappers. The binding is lightly rubbed with a small crease near the head of the spine. 158 pages. Full-page & textual illustrations in color. Very good. In the spring of 2001, representatives from the City of Tampere, three Finnish universities and the Peter the Great Museum of Anthropology and Ethnology, Kunstkamera, set out on an expedition to visit the district of Yamal Netnetsia east of the Gulf of Ob in Siberia. In this book, members of the expedition recount their experiences, impressions and observations. Also included are essays by researchers involved in Northern ethnography.A title in the series "Tampereen museoiden juikaisuja 61" [Tampere Museums' Publication No. 61]. The text is in Finnish with an eight-page summary in English.‎

Bookseller reference : 24074

‎JACCHINI LURAGHI F.‎

‎L'Isola Sakhalin (prigione zarista).‎

‎4°, pp.8. Varie ill.‎

‎JACKSON, SHELDON.‎

‎The introduction of reindeer into Alaska (Annual report on introduction of domestic reindeer into Alaska )‎

‎Washington, Government Printing Office, 1891-1906, First editions. Hard cover, Octavo (24 cm); 15 (of 16) issues in 13 volumes. Lacks 16th issue. 18 folding maps; dozens of half-tone photos. No reports published for the years 1891-92; two reports published for the year 1894. Title varies. This is a married set, with first three reports bound in one in recent red buckram, original wraps of first issue bound in, map in pocket in rear; fourth and fifth report in half morocco over marbled paper boards, with ownership ink stamp of career diplomat Reed Paige Clark (1878-1958); all others in early 20th-century black cloth, with bookplate of Mount Holyoke College and release stamp. All volumes in very good condition. Very Good ¶ Very rare nearly-complete set of the annual report of the reindeer experiment. After industrial whaling had decimated a traditional food source of the indigenous people of Alaska, the Government Commissioner of Education sought to alleviate mass starvation by transporting domestic reindeer from Siberia to western Alaska. Using funds raised by members of his church, Jackson began by transporting 16 reindeer in 1890, followed by nearly 200 more in 1892. He also hired Siberian herders to teach Alaskans the necessary skills. (These were replaced in short order by Scandinavian Lapp "instructors.") In 1896, Congress began to fund the project, and small herds were distributed to mission schools throughout western Alaska. The program grew in scope as the transplanted population of reindeer took root and grew. Jackson lost Government support after 1906, when investigations revealed that the Scandinavian advisors were taking profits on the program. The population of reindeer in Western Alaska reached a peak in the early 1930s of some 600,000 animals, a number that has since decreased to about 20,000. The detailed maps and many photographs document the introduction and success of the program.‎

Bookseller reference : 5490

‎JACKSON, SHELDON.‎

‎The introduction of reindeer into Alaska, volume 2 [with] Government Printing Office extracts from Senate records containing texts of volumes 1 and 2 ( U.S. Senate Miscellaneous Document No. 22.)‎

‎Washington, Government Printing Office, 1893, First edition. Hard cover, Octavo (24 cm); 36, 39 pages, text illustrations, 5 half-tone plates and folding map. Half morocco over marbled paper boards, with ownership ink stamp of career diplomat Reed Paige Clark (1878-1958). Autograph of Reed Paige Clark on title page of second title. Very good condition. Very Good ¶ Volume two of the annual report on the introduction of domestic reindeer into Alaska, bound together with the GPO extracts, printed in 1904, of the first two volumes of the series, without illustrations or maps. In effect, the extracts (paginated 1091-1128) present volume one in the series, the "Preliminary Report of the General Agent for Education for Alaska to the Coommissioner of Education," along with the repeated text of volume two. After industrial whaling had decimated a traditional food source of the indigenous people of Alaska, the Government Commissioner of Education sought to alleviate mass starvation by transporting domestic reindeer from Siberia to western Alaska. Using funds raised by members of his church, Jackson began by transporting 16 reindeer in 1890, followed by nearly 200 more in 1892. He also hired Siberian herders to teach Alaskans the necessary skills. (These were replaced in short order by Scandinavian Lapp "instructors.") In 1896, Congress began to fund the project, and small herds were distributed to mission schools throughout western Alaska. The program grew in scope as the transplanted population of reindeer took root and grew. Jackson lost Government support after 1906, when investigations revealed that the Scandinavian advisors were taking profits on the program. The population of reindeer in Western Alaska reached a peak in the early 1930s of some 600,000 animals, a number that has since decreased to about 20,000. In volume two of the reports, offered here, Jackson lays out for the Senate the his justification of the program, including an account of the 1891 boatlift of reindeer from Siberia, and a glowing vision of reindeer giving the indigenous Alaskans a permanent food supply, domestic transportation (with sketches fo saddled reindeer), commerce, revenue, and the basis for the repopulation and civilization of a people decimated by starvation.‎

Bookseller reference : 5492

‎JACOBS, GERARD‎

‎Goudkoorts Siberische Reisverhalen‎

‎Amsterdam, Contact. 1993, First Edition. (ISBN: 9025403573) Pb. 191p. Goed.‎

Bookseller reference : 036365 ISBN : 9025403573

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‎JACOBS, GERARD‎

‎Goudkoorts; Siberische reisverhalen‎

‎Amsterdam, Contact. 1993, 1e druk. Paperback, 20x12,5x1,7. Goed.‎

Bookseller reference : 002204

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‎JANLY MYRZA BAPAEVA.‎

‎Tuva samanizmi.‎

‎New Turkish Paperback. Pbo. Roy. 8vo. (23 x 16 cm). In Turkish. 200 p., ills. Tuva samanizmi. A study on Tuvan shamanism.‎

‎Jardot Alexandre Anne‎

‎Rivoluzioni dei popoli della Media Asia, Persia, Tartaria, Tibet, China ec. e cenni intorno la Siberia, ossia Asia settentrionale... Volume unico.‎

‎In 8°; m. pelle coeva con filetti e tit. oro su tassello al dorso, tagli spruzzati (lievi abrasioni) pp. (8) - 496; una carta più volte ripiegata f.t. in fine; prima traduzione italiana di C. Sabattini. Vol. II di Storia contemporanea delle quattro parti del mondo, collana Il mondo contemporaneo. Timbri censori alla prima e ultima carta, lievi e sporadiche gialliture in buon esemplare.‎

‎JARDOT Alexandre Anne.‎

‎RIVOLUZIONI DEI POPOLI DELLA MEDIA ASIA, PERSIA, TARTARIA, TIBET, CHINA ecc. e cenni INTORNO LA SIBERIA, OSSIA ASIA SETTENTRIONALE.‎

‎in 8vo. rilegatura posteriore cart. rig. pagg. 496, una cartina ripiegata in antiporta dell'Europa - Asia.‎

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Libreria Belli
Bologna, IT
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‎JEAN LABORDE‎

‎Le voyage en Sibérie (le roman d'amour d'un soviétique et d'une chrétienne).‎

‎1963 Plon, 1963, 284 pages, in 8 reliure éditeur cartonnée, état moyen, papier jauni, couverture légèrement salie, coins frottés, usures et frottements sur dos et mors (mors fendus).‎

Bookseller reference : 16385

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‎JEAN-BAPTISTE (Carme déchaussé)‎

‎Pologne - Russie - Sibérie. Joseph Kalinowski [P. Raphaël] officier du génie dans l'armée russe, exilé en Sibérie, Carme déchaussé. D'après ses mémoires et ses correspondances. Influence contraire du Catholicisme et du Schiasme moscovite sur la civilisation‎

‎598pp.avec frontispice (portrait) & illustrations dans le texte, reliure cart., 22cm., bon état, R16046‎

‎JEAN-BAPTISTE (CARME DÉCHAUSSÉ),‎

‎Pologne-Russie-Sibérie. Joseph Kalinowski [P. Raphaël] officier du génie dans l'armée russe, exilé en Sibérie, Carme déchaussé. D'après ses mémoires et ses correspondances. Influence contraire du Catholicisme et du Schiasme moscovite sur la civilisation‎

‎Liège, Arts et Métiers, 1923. 598pp.avec frontispice (portrait) & illustrations dans le texte, reliure cart. 22cm. bon état, R16046‎

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‎Jean-Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville - Nicolas Guillaume Delahaye‎

‎1753 Troisieme partie de la carte d'Asie, contenant la Siberie et quelques autres parties de la Tartarie.‎

‎Titolo: Troisième partie de la carte d'Asie, contenant la Sibérie, et quelques autres parties de la Tartarie. Cartografo: Jean - Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville (Parigi, 1697 – 1782) è stato un geografo e cartografo francese. Fu geografo del re dal 1718 ed è considerato il riformatore della cartografia, le sue carte geografiche sono considerate tra le migliori della sua epoca per precisione ed accuratezza. Incisore: Nicolas Guillaume Delahaye (Parigi, 1725 - 1802) è stato un incisore e geografo francese. Lavorò con Jean - Baptiste Bourguignon d'Anville e Didier Robert Vaugondy . Epoca: 1753 Tecnica: acquaforte su rame Dimensioni: 407 mm x 257 mm (foglio, leaf), 256 mm x 177 mm (incisione, print) Condizioni: piega su cartiglio visibile in foto, mappa su 2 fogli uniti con doppio rinforzo, pieghe editoriali, coloritura a mano dei confini, include note geografiche e cartiglio ornamentale di "H. Gravelot, invenit., Delafosse sculpsit.".‎

‎JEFFERSON ROBERT L.‎

‎Roughing it in Siberia with Some Account of the Trans-Siberian Railway, and the Gold-Mining Industry of Asiatic Russia‎

‎London, Sampson Low, Marston and Company. 1897, First Edition. 8vo. Collation, [vi]252pp, illustrated. Bound in original period decorative cloth. Cloth light rubbed, a couple of small nicks, faded, gilt school stamp on back board. Binding in good clean firm condition. Internally, school prize bookplate on fixed endpaper. Pages and illustrations in good clean condition. A nice copy, in a very attractive binding. A3. Very Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 009270

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‎JENKINS, MARK‎

‎Off the Map : Bicycling Across Siberia‎

‎London, Robert Hale Ltd, 1993. (ISBN: 0709050968) Hardcover with dust jacket, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Ex-Library, [ BICYCLING ACROSS SIBERIA - a remarkable book about an astonishing journey - the first crossing of Russia by bicycle]. HARDCOVER WITH DUST JACKET, 254 pages, illustrated, a former library book with usual stamps, reference numbers, markings etc. The front free endpaper has been removed. The interior/text is clear & clean, the dust jacket is clean & bright with a little shelf wear. Acceptable/Good.‎

Bookseller reference : 003474 ISBN : 0709050968

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‎JETTMAR, KARL.‎

‎Art Of The Steppes. European Cultures, the Historical, Sociological and Religious Backgrounds.‎

‎First English Edition; 4to; pp. 272; tipped in colour frontispiece, 53 colour tipped in plates, 141 b/w illustrations within text, 3 maps, appendices, bibliography, index; original maroon cloth, title lettered in gilt on spine and front, dustjacket, chipping to corners, 7cm closed tear to back of dustjacket, minor browning to endpapers, otherwise a very good copy. New York, Crown Publishers Inc, (1964).‎

Bookseller reference : 86425

‎JEVTOESJENKO, JEVGENI‎

‎Een Plaats Voor Wilde Bessen‎

‎De Prom. 1983, 2e. (ISBN: 90 263 2528 2). paperback. 294 pp. goed. 422 g.‎

Bookseller reference : 005510 ISBN : 9026325282

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‎JEVTOESJENKO,J.‎

‎EEN PLAATS VOOR WILDE BESSEN roman‎

‎Baarn 1983, 294 pp., not ill. (code A-124)‎

Bookseller reference : 32550

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Moby Dick
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‎John D. Littlepage en collaboration avec Demaree Bess.‎

‎A la Recherche des mines d'or en Sibérie. 1928-1937. Avec une carte.‎

‎Payot, Paris, Collection de Documents et de Témoignages pour servir à l'Histoire de notre temps, 1948, 1 volume in-8 de 255 pages, broché.‎

‎Tampon sur la page de titre, quelques plis et début de fente au bas du dos, bon état pour le reste.‎

Bookseller reference : 55062

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Librairie le père pénard
Lyon France Francia França France
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‎JOHN DUNDAS COCHRANE‎

‎"A Pedestrian Journey. Through Russian and Siberian Tartary to the Frontiers of China, the Frozen Sea and Kamchatka. Edited and with an Introduction by Mervyn Horder. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP-CASE"‎

‎"Folio Society, 1983" "8vo., First Edition thus, with a portrait frontispiece, plates and endpaper maps; pictorial cloth, a near fine copy in publisher's board slip-case."‎

Bookseller reference : 24508

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‎John Dundas COCHRANE‎

‎A Pedestrian Journey. Through Russian and Siberian Tartary to the Frontiers of China, the Frozen Sea and Kamchatka. Edited and with an Introduction by Mervyn Horder. NEAR FINE COPY IN PUBLISHER'S SLIP - CASE‎

‎8vo., First Edition thus, with a portrait frontispiece, plates and endpaper maps; pictorial cloth, a near fine copy in publisher's board slip - case.‎

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‎JONES , K WESTCOTT:‎

‎Exciting Railway Journeys of the World‎

‎Redman 1967 First VG/VG slight edgewear protective covered 192pp 48 b/w photos Endpaper maps 9 x 5.5 425g ¶ A distinctive travel book, which takes enthusiasts on eighteen of the most exciting railway adventures the world can offer. Across Sibera from Moscow to the Pacific, coast to coast in Canada, speeding across artic Lapland or clambering up the mountains of Brazil, you can choose your journey and make it in arm-chair comfort, with plenty of illustrations to stimulate your imagination and bring the clickety-clack of wheels to your living room.There are some pencil underlinings and margin notes throughout the book‎

Bookseller reference : 1388

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‎JOSEPHSON, PAUL R.‎

‎New Atlantis Revisited : Akademgorodok, the Siberian City of Science‎

‎Princeton, Princeton University Press, (1997). orig.cloth. 24x15cm, xxii, 351 pp. Minor rubbing. Slight top page-edge soil. VG. ¶ Contents: From Moscow, Leningrad & Ukraine to the Golden Valley; Colliding Beams & Open Traps; Siberia. The Land of Eternally Green Tomatoes; Machines Can Think but Can Humans?; Siberian Scientists & the Engineers of Nature; The Siberian Algorithm; Crackdown: The Communist Party & Acadmeic Freedom in Akademgorodok; Epilogue.‎

Bookseller reference : BOOKS010849I

‎JURIJ RYTCHËU‎

‎Droom in de poolnevel.‎

‎Breda, De Geus, 2000 . ISBN: 9052266395. 21 cm, pp. 320. Gebonden met stofomslag. Door omstandigheden leeft een jonge Canadees, eerst gedwongen maar later vrijwillig, bij een primitief Siberisch volk, tot hij voor een moeilijke beslissing komt te staan. In goede staat.‎

Bookseller reference : 24025

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‎K. MARSDEN‎

‎"On Sledge and Horseback to Outcast Siberian Lepers. [Second Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY"‎

‎"Record Press, [1892]" "8vo., Second Edition, on laid paper, with a portrait frontispiece (original tissue guard present), 25 plates, a full-page map and 2 large double-page facsimile letters, neat contemporary inscription on front paste-down' original pictorial blue cloth, upper board elaborately blocked and lettered in gilt, gilt back, bevelled boards, uncut, a remarkably bright, crisp copy. With 24pp of trade advertisements bound in at end. Vividly-written account of a young English nurse's service among the leper colonies of Siberia. Includes much fascinating and harrowing detail, together with an interesting collection of trade advertisements at end. Published in the same year as the first edition. Very scarce, especially in this condition."‎

Bookseller reference : 20120

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‎KALASHNIKOFF, NICHOLAS‎

‎Jumper‎

‎London: Oxford University Press, 1963. Illustrated by Victor Ambrus. 8vo. Cloth. 192 p. 1st printing with these illustrations. Near fine in near fine, price clipped d.w. ¶ "The story of jumper, the Siberian colt, has been described as 'one of the greatest horse stories of all time.' " The Siberian author knew and loved Jumper.‎

Bookseller reference : 81708

‎KALCHBRENNER, KÁROLY [1807-1886]‎

‎Szibériai és Délamerikai gombák [Fungi e Sibiria et America Australi]‎

‎Budapest, Akademia Konyvkiado-Hivatala, 1878. orig.wrappers. 23x15cm, 23,(4) pp. Series: Ertekezesek a termeszettudomanyok köreböl, 8. köt. 16 sz.. 4 lithographed plates.. Rubbed. Rubberstamp to cover. Good. ¶ Hungarian text. "Siberian & South American Mushrooms" ["Károly Kalchbrenner (born 5 May 1807 in Pöttelsdorf, died 5 June 1886 in Spišské Vlachy) was a Hungarian mycologist. He trained in theology early in life and became a priest in Spišské Vlachy, north-eastern Slovakia. His contributions include the publication of 60 papers and description of more than 400 fungi from Europe, Asia, Australia and South America. He wrote and illustrated the Icones Selectae Hymenomycetum Hungariae. Among those he later collaborated with are Ferdinand von Mueller in Victoria, Australia, John Medley Wood in South Africa, Mordecai Cubitt Cooke in England and Felix von Thümen in Austria. He was elected a full member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, and a corresponding member of the Linnean Society of New South Wales" - wikipedia].‎

Bookseller reference : BOOKS025260I

‎KALMAN, BELA‎

‎Die Russische Lehnworter im Wogulischen‎

‎Budapest, Akademiai Kiado, 1961. orig.cloth. 21x14cm, 327 pp. Binding stained. Good. dustwrapper‎

Bookseller reference : BOOKS000140I

‎KALNIETE, SANDRA.‎

‎With Dance Shoes in Siberian Snows. Translated by Margita Gailitis.‎

‎8vo; pp. 367; map endpapers, numerous b/w illustrations, notes, chronology of events, bibliography; original cloth, dustjacket, a fine copy. Riga, Latvijas Okupacijas muzeja biedriba, 2006.‎

Bookseller reference : 91974

‎KALUZYNSKI, STANISLAW‎

‎Mongolische Elemente in der Jakutischen Sprache‎

‎Warszawa / 's-Gravenhage, Wyd.Naukowe / Mouton, 1962. orig.wrappers. 24x17cm, 170 pp. some rubbing,Good+‎

Bookseller reference : BOOKS001231I

‎Kamchatka and Siberia Watercolors‎

‎Album of six watercolor views of scenes in Kamchatka and Siberia in the late 18th Century‎

‎1808. Six watercolors on individual sheets measuring 10½ x 16¼ inches on average. Five of the six watercolors titled in manuscript below the image and with extensive German-language notes on the verso of each sheet. Bound into modern half morocco and marbled boards oblong quarto in size gilt morocco label reading "Kamtschatka et Siberie Album de Dessins" on front board. Very minor wear or soiling in the edges of the margins else fine. Splendid watercolors of Kamchatka and Siberia A very interesting atlas of splendid watercolors by an unknown artist showing scenes in Kamchatka and Siberia in the late 18th century. The paintings are quite well done and while the artist's facility for drawing human figures is not of the highest magnitude his ability in rendering places topography and villages is very fine. The identity of the artist is unknown but it seems likely that he was a German of some means who owned or had access to a collection of the most important accounts of 18th century travel in eastern Russia and the Kamchatka peninsula. The watercolors show scenes of village and seaside life as originally depicted in the plates to the travels of Cook Sarychev and Chappe d'Auteroche which all took place between 1760 and 1795. Though undated a manuscript note on the verso of the final watercolor carries the date 1808 and likely indicates when one or all of these images was painted. The images contained in this atlas are faithful detailed and accomplished watercolor renderings of printed plates from the atlas to James Cook's third voyage; the atlas to the voyage of Gavrila Sarychev; and the account of Jean Chappe d'Auteroche's travels to Siberia in the early 1760s. The artist has taken great care to retain interesting ethnographic details from the original sources showing details of clothing and decoration as well as animals dwellings from thatched huts to wooden structures buildings churches sleds and local boats and canoes. Two of the images feature fishing scenes and all but one of them shows a locations near a river or the sea. The interest and usefulness of the album is further heightened by the extensive manuscript notes in German on the verso of each view. In some cases the notes give details of the source of an illustration but they also provide information about the region depicted the people who live there the natural resources and topography and much more. Further study of the album could lead to more information about the artist and the circumstances of its creation. The illustrations with their original manuscript captions are as follow: 1 "Gericht der stad Bolcheretskoi in Kamtschatka en ein Man Reirende in en Winter." This winter scene in Kamchatka is a combination of two plates from the atlas to Cook's voyages "A Man of Kamtschatka Travelling in Winter" and "A View at Bolcheretzkoi in Kamtschatka." It shows a small village of wooden buildings with thatched roofs while a family of natives bundled against the cold stand in the foreground. Two cows are shown in a pen and farm dogs and sled dogs mill about. 2 "Gerigt van de Stad en Haven van St. Petrus en St. Paulus aan Kamtschatka." This image copies a plate from the atlas to Cook's voyages entitled "A View of the Town and Harbour at St. Peter and St. Paul in Kamtschatka." An interesting scene of a small fishing village featuring a group of men casting large nets and other groups in canoes. Larger sailing vessels are in the water in the background and snow-capped peaks are seen in the distance. In the left foreground are a native husband and wife with an infant strapped to the woman's back. 3 "Gericht der Stad Tobolsk in Siberien." Copies a plate from Chappe D'Auteroche's Voyage en Siberie Paris 1768. A very nice and well-done scene of a largish seaside town with several whitewashed buildings with tall spires along the waterfront and on a cliff. Workers are shown storing casks of goods by the waterside. 4 "Gericht der Vesting auf Sterkte Sueden - Kolymsk en der Rivier Kolyma." This image copies a plate from the atlas to Sarychev's voyage Puteshestvie Flota Kapitana Sarycheva . St. Petersburg 1802. An attractive scene of a small village of wooden buildings in a waterside setting. This scene is most interesting for the details of the structures including a Russian Orthodox Church. 5 Untitled. This is a version of the Cook atlas plate titled "Summer and Winter Habitations in Kamtschatka." This interesting scene gives great details of the dwellings used in Kamchatka. Located along a river they are built on stilts so as to withstand floods. 6 "Gericht van de Sterkte of Vesting Werchue - Koymsk en van de Rivier Jasjaschna." This image copies a plate from the atlas to Sarychev's voyage Puteshestvie Flota Kapitana Sarycheva . St. Petersburg 1802. Another view of a small fishing village with men casting nets at the shoreline a mid-size sailing ship in the water and a small group of one and two-story buildings on the shore opposite. A very interesting suite of watercolors showing evocative scenes of village life in Siberia and Kamchatka at the time when European explorers were first visiting that remote area. <br/><br/> hardcover‎

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‎Kamchatka and Siberia Watercolors‎

‎Album of six watercolor views of scenes in Kamchatka and Siberia in the late 18th Century‎

‎1808. Six watercolors on individual sheets measuring 10½ x 16¼ inches on average. Five of the six watercolors titled in manuscript below the image and with extensive German-language notes on the verso of each sheet. Bound into modern half morocco and marbled boards oblong quarto in size gilt morocco label reading "Kamtschatka et Siberie Album de Dessins" on front board. Very minor wear or soiling in the edges of the margins else fine. Splendid watercolors of Kamchatka and Siberia A very interesting atlas of splendid watercolors by an unknown artist showing scenes in Kamchatka and Siberia in the late 18th century. The paintings are quite well done and while the artist's facility for drawing human figures is not of the highest magnitude his ability in rendering places topography and villages is very fine. The identity of the artist is unknown but it seems likely that he was a German of some means who owned or had access to a collection of the most important accounts of 18th century travel in eastern Russia and the Kamchatka peninsula. The watercolors show scenes of village and seaside life as originally depicted in the plates to the travels of Cook Sarychev and Chappe d'Auteroche which all took place between 1760 and 1795. Though undated a manuscript note on the verso of the final watercolor carries the date 1808 and likely indicates when one or all of these images was painted. The images contained in this atlas are faithful detailed and accomplished watercolor renderings of printed plates from the atlas to James Cook's third voyage; the atlas to the voyage of Gavrila Sarychev; and the account of Jean Chappe d'Auteroche's travels to Siberia in the early 1760s. The artist has taken great care to retain interesting ethnographic details from the original sources showing details of clothing and decoration as well as animals dwellings from thatched huts to wooden structures buildings churches sleds and local boats and canoes. Two of the images feature fishing scenes and all but one of them shows a locations near a river or the sea. The interest and usefulness of the album is further heightened by the extensive manuscript notes in German on the verso of each view. In some cases the notes give details of the source of an illustration but they also provide information about the region depicted the people who live there the natural resources and topography and much more. Further study of the album could lead to more information about the artist and the circumstances of its creation. The illustrations with their original manuscript captions are as follow: 1 "Gericht der stad Bolcheretskoi in Kamtschatka en ein Man Reirende in en Winter." This winter scene in Kamchatka is a combination of two plates from the atlas to Cook's voyages "A Man of Kamtschatka Travelling in Winter" and "A View at Bolcheretzkoi in Kamtschatka." It shows a small village of wooden buildings with thatched roofs while a family of natives bundled against the cold stand in the foreground. Two cows are shown in a pen and farm dogs and sled dogs mill about. 2 "Gerigt van de Stad en Haven van St. Petrus en St. Paulus aan Kamtschatka." This image copies a plate from the atlas to Cook's voyages entitled "A View of the Town and Harbour at St. Peter and St. Paul in Kamtschatka." An interesting scene of a small fishing village featuring a group of men casting large nets and other groups in canoes. Larger sailing vessels are in the water in the background and snow-capped peaks are seen in the distance. In the left foreground are a native husband and wife with an infant strapped to the woman's back. 3 "Gericht der Stad Tobolsk in Siberien." Copies a plate from Chappe D'Auteroche's Voyage en Siberie Paris 1768. A very nice and well-done scene of a largish seaside town with several whitewashed buildings with tall spires along the waterfront and on a cliff. Workers are shown storing casks of goods by the waterside. 4 "Gericht der Vesting auf Sterkte Sueden - Kolymsk en der Rivier Kolyma." This image copies a plate from the atlas to Sarychev's voyage Puteshestvie Flota Kapitana Sarycheva . St. Petersburg 1802. An attractive scene of a small village of wooden buildings in a waterside setting. This scene is most interesting for the details of the structures including a Russian Orthodox Church. 5 Untitled. This is a version of the Cook atlas plate titled "Summer and Winter Habitations in Kamtschatka." This interesting scene gives great details of the dwellings used in Kamchatka. Located along a river they are built on stilts so as to withstand floods. 6 "Gericht van de Sterkte of Vesting Werchue - Koymsk en van de Rivier Jasjaschna." This image copies a plate from the atlas to Sarychev's voyage Puteshestvie Flota Kapitana Sarycheva . St. Petersburg 1802. Another view of a small fishing village with men casting nets at the shoreline a mid-size sailing ship in the water and a small group of one and two-story buildings on the shore opposite. A very interesting suite of watercolors showing evocative scenes of village life in Siberia and Kamchatka at the time when European explorers were first visiting that remote area. <br/><br/> hardcover books‎

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‎Kamchatka and Siberia Watercolors:‎

‎ALBUM OF SIX WATERCOLOR VIEWS OF SCENES IN KAMCHATKA AND SIBERIA IN THE LATE 18th CENTURY‎

‎Np. nd but ca. 1808. Six watercolors on individual sheets measuring 10 1/2 x 16 1/4 inches on average. Five of the six watercolors titled in manuscript below the image and with extensive Dutch- language notes on the verso of each sheet. Bound into modern half morocco and marbled boards oblong quarto in size gilt morocco label on front board reading: KAMTSCHATKA ET SIBERIE ALBUM DE DESSINS. Very minor wear or soiling in the edges of the margins else fine. An atlas of splendid watercolors by an unknown artist showing scenes in Kamchatka and Siberia in the late 18th century. The paintings are quite well done. While the artist's facility for drawing human figures is not of the highest magnitude his ability in rendering places topography and villages is excellent. The identity of the artist is unknown but it seems likely that he was a Dutchman of some means who owned or had access to a collection of the most important accounts of 18th- century travel in eastern Russia and the Kamchatka peninsula. The watercolors show scenes of village and seaside life as originally depicted in the plates to the travels of Cook Sarychev and Chappe D'Auteroche which all took place between 1760 and 1795. Though undated a manuscript note on the verso of the final watercolor carries the date of 1808 and likely indicates when one or all of these images were painted. The images contained in this atlas are faithful detailed and accomplished watercolor renderings of printed plates from the atlas to James Cook's third voyage; the atlas to the voyage of Gavrila Sarychev; and the account of Jean Chappe D'Auteroche's travels to Siberia in the early 1760s. The artist has taken great care to retain interesting ethnographic details from the original sources showing details of clothing and decoration as well as animals dwellings from thatched huts to wooden structures buildings churches sleds and local boats and canoes. Two of the images feature fishing scenes and all but one of them shows a locations near a river or the sea. The interest and usefulness of the album is further heightened by the extensive manuscript notes in Dutch on the verso of each view. In some cases the notes give details of the source of an illustration but they also provide information about the region depicted the people who live there the natural resources and topography and much more. Further study of the album could lead to more information about the artist and the circumstances of its creation. The illustrations with their original manuscript captions are as follow: 1 "Gericht der stad Bolcheretskoi in Kamtschatka en ein Man Reirende in en Winter." This winter scene in Kamchatka is a combination of two plates from the atlas to Cook's voyages "A Man of Kamtschatka Travelling in Winter" and "A View at Bolcheretzkoi in Kamtschatka." It shows a small village of wooden buildings with thatched roofs while a family of natives bundled against the cold stand in the foreground. Two cows are shown in a pen and farm dogs and sled dogs mill about. 2 "Gerigt van de Stad en Haven van St. Petrus en St. Paulus aan Kamtschatka." This image copies a plate from the atlas to Cook's voyages entitled "A View of the Town and Harbour at St. Peter and St. Paul in Kamtschatka." An interesting scene of a small fishing village featuring a group of men casting large nets and other groups in canoes. Larger sailing vessels are in the water in the background and snow-capped peaks are seen in the distance. In the left foreground are a native husband and wife with an infant strapped to the woman's back. 3 "Gericht der Stad Tobolsk in Siberien." Copies a plate from Chappe D'Auteroche's VOYAGE EN SIBERIE Paris 1768. A very nice and well-done scene of a largish seaside town with several whitewashed buildings with tall spires along the waterfront and on a cliff. Workers are shown storing casks of goods by the waterside. 4 "Gericht der Vesting auf Sterkte Sueden - Kolymsk en der Rivier Kolyma." This image copies a plate from the atlas to Sarychev's voyage PUTESHESTVIE FLOTA KAPITANA SARYCHEVA. St. Petersburg 1802. An attractive scene of a small village of wooden buildings in a waterside setting. This scene is most interesting for the details of the structures including a Russian Orthodox Church. 5 Untitled. This is a version of the Cook atlas plate titled "Summer and Winter Habitations in Kamtschatka." This interesting scene gives great details of the dwellings used in Kamchatka. Located along a river they are built on stilts so as to withstand floods. 6 "Gericht van de Sterkte of Vesting Werchue - Koymsk en van de Rivier Jasjaschna." This image copies a plate from the atlas to Sarychev's voyage PUTESHESTVIE FLOTA KAPITANA SARYCHEVA. St. Petersburg 1802. Another view of a small fishing village with men casting nets at the shoreline a mid-size sailing ship in the water and a small group of one- and two- story buildings on the shore opposite. A very interesting suite of watercolors showing evocative scenes of village life in Siberia and Kamchatka at the time when European explorers were first visiting that remote area. [Np. nd, but ca. 1808]. hardcover‎

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‎Kamchatka and Siberia Watercolors:‎

‎ALBUM OF SIX WATERCOLOR VIEWS OF SCENES IN KAMCHATKA AND SIBERIA IN THE LATE 18th CENTURY‎

‎Np. nd but ca. 1808. Six watercolors on individual sheets measuring 10 1/2 x 16 1/4 inches on average. Five of the six watercolors titled in manuscript below the image and with extensive Dutch- language notes on the verso of each sheet. Bound into modern half morocco and marbled boards oblong quarto in size gilt morocco label on front board reading: KAMTSCHATKA ET SIBERIE ALBUM DE DESSINS. Very minor wear or soiling in the edges of the margins else fine. An atlas of splendid watercolors by an unknown artist showing scenes in Kamchatka and Siberia in the late 18th century. The paintings are quite well done. While the artist's facility for drawing human figures is not of the highest magnitude his ability in rendering places topography and villages is excellent. The identity of the artist is unknown but it seems likely that he was a Dutchman of some means who owned or had access to a collection of the most important accounts of 18th- century travel in eastern Russia and the Kamchatka peninsula. The watercolors show scenes of village and seaside life as originally depicted in the plates to the travels of Cook Sarychev and Chappe D'Auteroche which all took place between 1760 and 1795. Though undated a manuscript note on the verso of the final watercolor carries the date of 1808 and likely indicates when one or all of these images were painted. The images contained in this atlas are faithful detailed and accomplished watercolor renderings of printed plates from the atlas to James Cook's third voyage; the atlas to the voyage of Gavrila Sarychev; and the account of Jean Chappe D'Auteroche's travels to Siberia in the early 1760s. The artist has taken great care to retain interesting ethnographic details from the original sources showing details of clothing and decoration as well as animals dwellings from thatched huts to wooden structures buildings churches sleds and local boats and canoes. Two of the images feature fishing scenes and all but one of them shows a locations near a river or the sea. The interest and usefulness of the album is further heightened by the extensive manuscript notes in Dutch on the verso of each view. In some cases the notes give details of the source of an illustration but they also provide information about the region depicted the people who live there the natural resources and topography and much more. Further study of the album could lead to more information about the artist and the circumstances of its creation. The illustrations with their original manuscript captions are as follow: 1 "Gericht der stad Bolcheretskoi in Kamtschatka en ein Man Reirende in en Winter." This winter scene in Kamchatka is a combination of two plates from the atlas to Cook's voyages "A Man of Kamtschatka Travelling in Winter" and "A View at Bolcheretzkoi in Kamtschatka." It shows a small village of wooden buildings with thatched roofs while a family of natives bundled against the cold stand in the foreground. Two cows are shown in a pen and farm dogs and sled dogs mill about. 2 "Gerigt van de Stad en Haven van St. Petrus en St. Paulus aan Kamtschatka." This image copies a plate from the atlas to Cook's voyages entitled "A View of the Town and Harbour at St. Peter and St. Paul in Kamtschatka." An interesting scene of a small fishing village featuring a group of men casting large nets and other groups in canoes. Larger sailing vessels are in the water in the background and snow-capped peaks are seen in the distance. In the left foreground are a native husband and wife with an infant strapped to the woman's back. 3 "Gericht der Stad Tobolsk in Siberien." Copies a plate from Chappe D'Auteroche's VOYAGE EN SIBERIE Paris 1768. A very nice and well-done scene of a largish seaside town with several whitewashed buildings with tall spires along the waterfront and on a cliff. Workers are shown storing casks of goods by the waterside. 4 "Gericht der Vesting auf Sterkte Sueden - Kolymsk en der Rivier Kolyma." This image copies a plate from the atlas to Sarychev's voyage PUTESHESTVIE FLOTA KAPITANA SARYCHEVA. St. Petersburg 1802. An attractive scene of a small village of wooden buildings in a waterside setting. This scene is most interesting for the details of the structures including a Russian Orthodox Church. 5 Untitled. This is a version of the Cook atlas plate titled "Summer and Winter Habitations in Kamtschatka." This interesting scene gives great details of the dwellings used in Kamchatka. Located along a river they are built on stilts so as to withstand floods. 6 "Gericht van de Sterkte of Vesting Werchue - Koymsk en van de Rivier Jasjaschna." This image copies a plate from the atlas to Sarychev's voyage PUTESHESTVIE FLOTA KAPITANA SARYCHEVA. St. Petersburg 1802. Another view of a small fishing village with men casting nets at the shoreline a mid-size sailing ship in the water and a small group of one- and two- story buildings on the shore opposite. A very interesting suite of watercolors showing evocative scenes of village life in Siberia and Kamchatka at the time when European explorers were first visiting that remote area. [Np. nd, but ca. 1808]. hardcover books‎

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‎KANE, ELISHA KENT.‎

‎Arctic Explorations. The Second Grinnell Expedition in Search of Sir John Franklin, 1853, ‘54, ‘55. Volume II. [Only]:‎

‎Childs & Peterson, Philadelphia 1856. 8vo. 467pp. Steel engraved portrait frontispiece, vignette half title and 7 steel engraved plates, 2 maps, including 1 folding (torn without loss), text illustrations. Some occasional spotting or marginal soiling, hinges tender, rubbed and worn original embossed navy cloth, with all faults.‎

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‎Karlo Stajner‎

‎7000 jours en Sibérie‎

‎1983 Editions Gallimard 1983 - In-8 cartonné avec jacquette éditeur - 422 pages‎

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‎Karro Yankel,Sabaraikina Lina‎

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‎Gallimard L'aube des peuples Broché 1994 In-8, (22.5x14 cm), broché, couverture illustrée, 177 pages, préface de Louis Bazin ; plats légèrement salis, assez bon état. Nos envois des ouvrages de moins de 60 Euros se font par colissimo (tarif de La Poste), et en colissimo Recommandes au-dela sauf avis contraire de votre part.‎

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‎KARJALAINEN K.F. (& TOIVONEN Y.H., ED.)‎

‎Ostjakisches Wörterbuch‎

‎Helsinki, Suomalais-Ugrilainen Seura, 1948. Complete (2 parts bound in 1 volume): xxxv + 1199pp. cloth, 27cm. VG‎

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‎KARJALAINEN K.F. (& TOIVONEN Y.H., ed.)‎

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‎Kate MARSDEN‎

‎On Sledge and Horseback to Outcast Siberian Lepers. [Second Edition]. BRIGHT, CLEAN COPY‎

‎8vo., Second Edition, on laid paper, with a portrait frontispiece (original tissue guard present), 25 plates, a full - page map and 2 large double - page facsimile letters, neat contemporary inscription on front paste - down' original pictorial blue cloth, upper board elaborately blocked and lettered in gilt, gilt back, bevelled boards, uncut, a remarkably bright, crisp copy. With 24pp of trade advertisements bound in at end. Vividly - written account of a young English nurse's service among the leper colonies of Siberia. Includes much fascinating and harrowing detail, together with an interesting collection of trade advertisements at end. Published in the same year as the first edition. Very scarce, especially in this condition.‎

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‎KAY, DAVID, 1933-‎

‎Tough kid ; surviving Siberia in style / by David Kay as told to Ian Grinblat.‎

‎Makor Jewish Library, Caulfield, 2005. First Edition, Softcover. Very Good Condition. Signed by Author on first page. illustrated with maps & numerous black-and-white photographs, the book recounts the life of David Kay, and his escaped from Siberia to Australia and his consequent life here Size: Mid Sized Paperback ( 7¾" - 9¾" tall ). Please refer to the accompanying picture(s). Quantity Available: 1.‎

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‎Keane, Augustus H. Ed. Sir Richard Temple.‎

‎Asia with Ethnological Appendix.‎

‎First edition. 8vo. pp. xxxii, 723, [4, ads.]; numerous wood-engs. inc. 8 full-page, 12 maps inc. index map; very good in the original pictorial cloth, gilt, small chip to lower joint else a bright copy. Provenance: from the library of the editor, Sir Richard Carnap Temple, with his bookplate. - First Edition London: Edward Stanford,‎

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‎KEMPF Christian et alii‎

‎Entre montagnes, mers et glaces du Grand-Nord.‎

‎Colmar (France), Editions S.A.E.P., 1984. 22 x 25, 130 pp., très nombreuses illustrations en couleurs, reliure d'édition carton imprimé, bon état.‎

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‎KENDALL, LAUREL; BARBARA MATHÉ; THOMAS ROSS MILLER; [ET AL]‎

‎Drawing Shadows to Stone: The Photography of the Jesup North Pacific Expedition, 1897-1902‎

‎New York / Seattle, American Museum of Natural History / University of Washington Press. 1997, First Edition. (ISBN: 0-295-97647-0). Pictorial Wrapper (softcover), 4to. 112 pages; numerous b&w photographic images. The exhibition and this book examine the photographs gained from the 100-years-ago anthropological expedition to Alaska and Siberia sponsored by the Museum of Natural History. Very Good.‎

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‎KENDALL, LAURIE; MATHE, BARBARA; MILLER, THOMAS ROSS‎

‎Drawing Shadows to Stone; the Photography of the Jessup North Pacific Expedition, 1897-1902‎

‎New York, American Museum Of Natural History. 1997. (ISBN: 0295976470). Soft Cover, Large 4to. 112pp. References & index. Crisp black & white photos thru-out. Map. Fine/No Dust Jacket.‎

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