Mount Omi and Beyond, a Record of Travel on the Thibetan Border

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London, Heinemann, first edition. Pictorial blue cloth, index, 3 photos in facsimile, 15 b. w. photos; loosing frontispiece, large folding "Sketch Map of Northern and Central SzeChuan"; original pictorial cloth very dark at spine with chipping at head and tail, text age toned, not fragile but good.

Little's journey from Chungking to the Brine Wells River, at Brine Well, From Tsz'Lui Ching to Kiating Fu, arrive at the foot of Mount Omi, on the sacred mountain's side, to the Omi's summit, throught wilderness and by the Rung River, up the Sai King Shan, Ancient Lololand, Roman Catholic Village, to the Tibetan Border, Round the snowy range into Tibet, arrive at Ta Chien Lu, its lamas, dogs and ponies, back in China again, Yachow and the brick tea district, rafting the river Ya, from Kiating back to Chungking, conclusion.

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Published: 1901

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