Columbia River and Tributaries, Northwestern United States. Letter from the Secretary of the Army transmitting a letter from the Chief of Engineers, United States Army, dated June 28, 1949, submitting a report, together with accompanying papers and illustrations, on a review of reports on, and preliminary examinations and surveys of, the Columbia River and tributaries, Northwestern United States, made pursuant to several Congressional authorizations listed in the report. In eight volumes.

Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1952. Hardcover. All volumes, beige cloth/boards with black lettering on spine. 4,326 pp., numbered consecutively through all 8 volumes, plus additional pages of charts, bw illustrations, and both bw and color-coded folding maps in numerous appendices throughout all volumes. Heavy and will require extra postage. All volumes together weigh just over 25 pounds (about 11.4 kilos). Appears to be unused. Clean and tight internally but for ex-lib. stamps inside front covers. No other lib. (or any other) marks. Covers lightly soiled from dust (but cleaned up a bit) and page bottoms (when closed) a bit grey at corners. Item #149990

Plenty to keep you occupied for years with this set. Hundreds of maps by the Army Corps of Engineers. Charts galore. All sorts of information on fish and wildlife. Great, descriptive detail about minute portions of the river and its surroundings. Dams, power plants, railroads, and many other things and considerations of their effects upon the river.

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