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Libraries and schools, please contact Sam Teddy Publishing to place a discounted order. Invoicing is available. Retail establishments and book sellers, contact Sam Teddy Publishing for discounts.
All prices reflect U.S. dollars.

Round Cape Horn

$12.95

“ . . . and on the third day of April, 1852, we bade adieu to the ice and snow of Maine, and with a heavy gale of wind were soon driven out to sea.” Thus begins the adventure for one citizen of Maine, in the year 1852, leaving from the tiny village of Frankfort, Maine, on the passenger-ship, James W. Paige, setting sail for a final destination of San Francisco, California, via the treacherous Cape Horn. With descriptions of every kind, Mr. Lamson describes the hardships, turmoils, friendships and dangers of his 5-month voyage to the other side of the country, including the treacherous Cape Horn, and some insights into California as well. This book was originally printed in Bangor, Maine, in 1878, and is a treasure to any reader interested in the travel of that time. 6x9, softcover, 105 pages. ISBN: 9781935573302.