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Author Name:    Schwarzkopf, S. Kent

Title:   A History of Mt. Mitchell and the Black Mountains: Exploration, Development, and Preservation

Binding:   Soft cover

Book Condition:   Near Fine

Type:   Book

Edition:   1st Edition

Size:   8vo - over 7" - 9" tall

Publisher:   Raleigh, NC North Carolina Office of Archives and History 1985

ISBN Number:   0865262187 / 9780865262188

Seller ID:   042283

Stiff illus. wraps. 2nd ptg.: 1989. xv,117 pp., illus. Mild foxing to upper portion of front cover, light foxing to top text block edge and along top margin inside front cover and front flyleaf. Firm binding, clean interior.

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