LAYING DOWN THE LINES, A History of Land Surveying in Alberta (signed)

By: Larmour, Judy

Price: $85.00

Quantity: 1 available

Book Condition: Very Good

The author "recounts the incredible challenges and hardships faced by land surveyors as they struggled with fast-flowing rivers and dry prairie lands, freezing temperatures and hungry mosquitoes, stifling bureaucracy and new technology, to help create the Alberta we know today." Black cloth w/silver foil spine lettering, 326 pages (including endnotes, appendix, a note on sources, index, acknowledgements, brief author biography), illustrated. A bumped corner, bumped spine ends, lightly scuffed cloth, small indentation to front cover, in lightly scuffed dust jacket w/a couple of small indentations to front panel, thin scratches, minor wear to corners/spine ends. Uncommon in hardcover. This weighs more than the average book, so additional postage will probably be required.

Title: LAYING DOWN THE LINES, A History of Land Surveying in Alberta (signed)

Author Name: Larmour, Judy

Categories: Signed (all categories), Non-fiction, History,

Edition: First Edition

Publisher: Victoria, Brindle & Glass Publishing: 2005

ISBN Number: 1897142021

ISBN Number 13: 9781897142028

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

Jacket Condition: Very Good

Inscription: Signed by Larmour, on title page

Size: Quarto -- from 9.75" to 12" tall

Seller ID: 018395

Keywords: NOISBN, surveying, Alberta history, surveyors, surveys, Alberta Land Surveyors' Association, Henry Selby, Fred Seibert, Cecil Hotel, Lady Cochrane, Dominion Land Survey, Rocky Mountains, Foothills, oil and gass industries, industry