Audubon and His Journals, Volume 1
Dover, 1994 - Biography & Autobiography - 600 pages
Detailed journals offer vivid accounts of Audubon's travels in Europe (1820-1829), a dangerous trip along the coast of Quebec, Nova Scotia and southern Labrador in 1833, and explorations up the Missouri River in 1843. Also includes Maria R. Audubon's biography of her father, plus annotations on birds, mammals, plants and places by Dr. Elliott Coues.
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