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History Of Stanislaus County California 1881 With Illustrations A Reproduction by Stanislaus County Historical Society

Unigraphic, Inc. Very Good with No dust jacket as issued. 1974. Facsimile. Hardcover. Text is clean. Reproduction of 1881 original. Bound in heavy green library type binding. Front hinge lightly shaken. ; [Blumann/Thomas: California Local History, 4593...

From Dan Glaeser Books


A journal of the proceedings of the Honorable Senate of the state of New-Hampshire: at a session of the General-Court, begun and holden at Portsmouth, by adjournment, on Wednesday the thirtieth day of November, one thousand seven hundred and ninety-one. by New Hampshire Senate

1791 New Hampshire Journal of Proceedings Politics Early Americana SENATELate 18th-century editions of the New Hampshire 'Journal of the Proceedings' is rare yearly periodical covering life in New England following the American Revolution. Published by Jo...

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GAZETTE OFFICE, Owego, August 15th 1848 by Beebe, Hiram A. editor

VG/NO DUSTJACKET. 1848. Broadside. Broadside 11 9/16" X 7 11/16" once folded and mailed as a stampless cover to "Hon. Thos.Yates of Factoryville, NY"(Waverly, NY). Mr. Beebe is requesting the subscribers (39) the sum of $5 per year for 3 years. Thomas ...

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The American West: History, Myth, and Legacy (The Great Courses, 8552) by Patrick N. Allitt

Chantilly, Virginia: Teaching Company, 2017. DVD. Twenty-four 30-minute lectures on four As New DVDs in a Fine original case along with an As New 197-page paperback Course Guidebook. No shrink-wrap, otherwise As New. Pristine inside and out. Not from a li...

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History of American Ornithology Before Audubon by Elsa Guerdrum Allen

The History of American Ornithology Before Audubon. Transactions of the American Philosophical Society Held at Philadelphia for Promoting Useful Knowledge. New Series - Volume 41, Part 3. Condition is very clean, some minor spots on the dust jacket. *Firs...

From Paperbarn Co.


Committee of Twenty-One on Rural Schools by Works, George, Chairman of the Committee

***** Privately Printed *****. VG/NO DUSTJACKET. 1920. Photograph. For more on this see The Cornell Countryman volume 18. E. R. Eastman plus 5 women served on the committee. The purpose was to improve the local school system to compete with the larger s...

From Riverow Bookshop, INC ABAA


The Role of the Army Reserve in the 11 September Attacks: New York City by 311th Military History Detachment

FIRST EDITION, 1ST PRINTING - The Role of the Army Reserve in the 11 September Attacks: New York City by 311th Military History Detachment is an Office Of Army Reserve History softcover First Edition/First Printing (Even though a book may state First Edit...

From learco


Report of the Joint New England Railroad Committee to the Governors of the New England States. Rehabilitation by Co-Operation. A Railroad Policy for New England by Joint New England Railroad Committee

June, 1923 [University Press, Cambridge, Mass.]. Hard Cover. vii, [3], 334 pages, tables & charts (9 folding), 23 folding maps & plans (15 color); 27.5 cm. Discusses New Haven, Boston & Maine, Boston & Albany, Maine Central, Bangor & ...

From The Owl at the Bridge


Public Documents printed by order of the Senate of the United States, during the Second Session of the Twenty-Ninth Congress, Begun and Held at the City of Washington, December 7, 1846 (Volume III) (Documents No. 101 to No. 224) by U.S. Senate

Ritchie and Heiss, 1847. Leather Bound. Good. Volume III, Documents No. 101 to No. 224. Washington, 1847. Very thick 8vo. Original leather binding. Text includes a number of folded charts and diagrams, and at least one large folded map pertaining to Wes...

From SequiturBooks


Histoire d'un pou françois; ou, L'espion d'une nouvelle espece, tant en France, qu'en Angleterre. by DELAUNEY, Remy

1781 American Revolution Benjamin Franklin Espionage History of a French Spy 'History of a French Spy' is a story of French espionage during the American Revolution by Remy Delauney. In the first part of 1778, King Louis XVI of France signed the Treaty o...

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The Official History Of The Fifth Division, U. S. A., During The Period Of Its Organization And Of Its Operations In The European World War, 1917-1919. The Red Diamond (Meuse) Division by United States army, veterans of the world war Society of the Fifth division

Washington, D.C., The Society of the Fifth division, 1/1/1919. Hardcover. Very Good. Suede spine, with map of the Meuse River and towns shown. Clean, unmarked pages. Near fine binding and cover, hint of rubbing to cover. Hardcover. 11 maps. 424 pp. See...

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1961. Noel, Theophilus. A CAMPAIGN FROM SANTA FE TO THE MISSISSIPPI; BEING A HISTORY OF THE OLD SIBLEY BRIGADE. With an Introduction by Neil Austin. Raleigh: Charles R. Sanders, Jr., 1961. #385/500 copies. 152pp. Facsimile of 1865 edition. Inscribed by C...

From Columbia Books, Inc. ABAA/ILAB


Clinton County, A Pictorial History by Allan, Helen W., Carol Bedore, Allan Everest, Mary Leggett

The Donning Company, Norfolk VA, 1988; First Edition, limited; 4to, 223 pages. Exhaustive historical study of Clinton County, New York and its residents, profusely illustrated with hundreds of vintage photographs. Copy #1922 of a finely produced limited...

From AARDWOLF Fine Books


The World's Biggest Doers: The Story of the Lions. by Robert Casey and W. A. S. Douglas

Chicago et al.: Wilcox & Follett Co., 1949. Light blue cloth boards. Very Good/Dust Jacket condition very good. SIGNED and INSCRIBED by Melvin Jones, founder of the International Association of Lions Clubs, in bold black ink on flyleaf, ""To my wonderfu...

From Monkey House Books


A Gazetteer of the States of Connecticut and Rhode Island... by Pease, John Chauncey, 1782-1859, / John M. Niles, 1787-1856

Hartford, William S. Marsh, 1819. Hard Cover. vii, [1], 389, [1] pages, 2 ports. (incl. front.), 2 folding maps; 22 cm. American Imprints 49034. The map of Connecticut has an old tape repair but slight damage; bound in contemporary leather. A library boo...

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