Publication: The Arthur H Clark Company, 1925, Glendale
First edition. Cloth, 244 pp., preface, frontis, and several illustrations. Compiled by Ball's daughters: Kate Ball Powers, Flora Ball Hopkins, and Lucy Ball. Born in 1794, John Ball was a graduate of Darmouth College. He was a member of the Wyeth Expedition to the Pacific Northwest in 1832, joined Milton Sublette trapping beaver, he journeyed westward to the Pacific, wintered at Fort Vancouver with Dr. John McLoughlin, went on to California, and then went to the Sandwich Islands, returning home on the U.S. Schooner Boxer after shipping around the horn on the whaling vessel, Nautillus. A fascinating narrative of Ball's experiences. The Arthur H. Clark Company acquired the existing inventory of this book and reissued it with a new title page. As New, with original Arthur H. Clark Company prospectus.
Inventory Number: 51753