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58th Congress, 2d Session, Senate Document No. 210. " The winter of 1902-3 was one of unusual severity, both as to the degree of cold and depth of snow. In many sections, especially along the coast, there was a succession of thawing and freezing to the snow until several layers of ice and crust had been formed so thick that even the hard hoofs of the reindeer could not dig down to the moss, and in those sections it became necessary to drive the reindeer farther away from the coast, where these conditions did not exist. Not withstanding the unfavorable conditions, the reindeer did surprisingly well." 192 pp. Includes a Large foldout colored map, numerous full page plates, and index. Disbound. Exterior is clean and Very Good. pp.7 top edge of page missing piece, 1"x1/2", otherwise interior is tight, clean and Very Good.
Title: Thirteenth Annual Report on INTRODUCTION OF DOMESTIC REINDEER INTO ALASKA 1903
Illustrator: Foldout Map and Photographs
Publisher: Washington, Government Printing Office: 1904
Book Condition: Very Good
Size: Size: Approx. 5 3/4" x 9"
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 001032
Keywords: Alaska, Reindeer, Government Doc.,