Buffalo: Oliver G. Steele, 1834. Second Edition. 12mo (14.5cm). In original green paper-covered boards, printed in black, sympathetically rebacked with light brown cloth; plain endpapers; 90, 2pp; ads to rear board. With numerous contemporary ink inscriptions to endpapers, including a note about the birth of a child in 1842. A straight copy with general moderate wear to boards, front board much scuffed, internally rubbed and foxed, but sound: Good or better.
A guide to emigrating to the American midwest, with "a concise but accurate view of the principal places, routes and distances, in Ohio, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, and Pennsylvania, together with a brief description of the soil and climate, prices of lands, and the leading considerations that should direct the emigrant in making his location" (4). The first edition was issued in 1832, under a slightly different title. SABIN 102980. HOWES S 927.GRAFF 3966 (1834 edn). BUCK 253.