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Mount Magazine, a history
|Statement||by Garvin Green.|
|LC Classifications||F419.M18 G73|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||47, 30 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
|LC Control Number||80120158|
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The first known written description of Mount Magazine came from Thomas Nuttall, a noted English botanist, in Since then, the highest mountain in Arkansas has come to mean many things to many people.
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Original brown leather calf binding, octavo size. The front and back covers are embossed with gilt along all exterior and interior edges.
The spine is covered with embossed gilding and contains the book's title embossed with gilt on a red ground: SENTIMENTAL / MAGAZINE. The lower part of the spine contains the year and volume number. Conquering Everest A history of climbing the world’s tallest mountain New Zealander Rob Hall, at foot mark of Everest's Southeast Ridge inled Jon Krakauer's team up in The Everest Disaster occurred onwhen four groups of climbers set out to summit Mount Everest.
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