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Maude Saxon Hay to Martin and Allied Families-Grubbs
Item #: NEW-0011457

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Softbound geneaology book. Twenty six pages with a Family Tree Chart in the back.  It is blank for the family member to fill out.

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History of the Late War Between the United States and Great Britain
Item #: NEW-0011038

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Publisher: Schaeffer & Maund, Baltimore, 1817 Author is C. Gilleland 

Believed to be a first printing. 151 pages. Pages 137-151 are an appendix consisting of the Treaty of Peace and Amity. Red leather label with gilt lettering and gilt rules on spine. Full original  leather with separations in the upper and lover spine.  Top separation goes half way and the bottom about a third of the way up. Missing areas at the top and bottom spine, bumped corners and excessive wear to one corner and a split on the bottom corners, the worst being on the back. The binding is tight. Contents are complete except for missing end papers. See condition of title page.  Back paper on covers have a damp stain and some ink markings.   

I have been unable to find another first edition on line

History of the Late War Between the United States and Great Britain

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Col Joseph Glover and His Descendants-James Glover V
Item #: NEW-0010964

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706 pages concerning the thirteen generations of the Glover Family.  Written by a descendant and privately published in 1996 by the Marietta Museum of History.  This is a rare book and at the time of this listing there were none available. Am selling it for I paid for it as these are not my Glovers. Some shelf wear otherwise a clean copy.

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Price: $180.50 USD
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Early History of Hopkins County Texas-E B Fleming
Item #: NEW-0010946

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Soft bound book by E B Fleming, originally published in 1902.  This is obviously a reprint.  183 pages containing brief sketches of the families who pioneered in Hopkins County.  A few pages are dog eared, otherwise in good condition.

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History of Alamance-Sallie Walker Stockard
Item #: NEW-0010944

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This is the 1986 reprint of a book published in 1900.  Reprinted by the Alamance County Historical Museum.  Fairly clean copy with the exception of the inked signature of a previous owner and some notations on a few pages.  North Carolina.

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Price: $37.50 USD
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Braddock St Methodist Episcopal Church-Booklet
Item #: NEW-0010620

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Seventy five page booklet in wraps.  Published in 1910 in Alexandria Va. and authored by Charles Bulla.  Very clean interior.  The only problem is what looks like a silver ink splash on the front cover.  Many illustrations in this little book. 

Charles Bulla

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Price: $27.50 USD
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The Rifle In America-Philip B Sharpe
Item #: NEW-0010453

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The is the second edition issued in 1947 covering additional information since the first edition which was issued in 1938.  It is a very heavy book with 782 pages.  Illustrated.  Heavy use by the previous owner, whose inked name is on the blank front page.  The interior is clean but the boards are quite worn along the spine, edges and corners.  Important reference work on American rifles.

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Price: $45.50 USD
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The Winchester Book-Signed Limited Edition
Item #: NEW-0010407

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Brownsboro, Texas Art & Reference House 1971; Nice clean book with  brown leatherette showing embossed cowboy on horse on the front board. SIGNED by author George Madis on title page. NO DUSTJACKET. Clean  but with a split on the upper spine.and some other wear to the corners of the spine. 168 pages with numerous illustrations.  Very heavy book so  it will probably cost $5.00 to ship.  Cheapest price on the web at the time of this listing. 

Shipping Weight: 3.5 lbs
Price: $95.50 USD
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Giacomo Joyce-First Edition-Limited Copies
Item #: NEW-0010153

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New York Viking 1968 First Edition Hard Cover Good. No Jacket Octavo (6 1/4" x 8 3/4"), gray pasteboard backed with red cloth, gilt lettering on spine, white sticker w/red ornamentation & black lettering on front board, introduction & notes by Richard Ellmann, text of the notebook, 14 b/w facsimiles of the notebook pages (including four full-scale fold-out facsimile pages & reduced reproductions of the pages), 16 pp. + xxvii. One of an unspecified number of copies of this limited first edition.  Original slip case.

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Culprit Fay-Joseph Rodman Drake
Item #: NEW-0010152

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1835. 8vo, original purple (faded) cloth decoratively stamped in gilt, Mottled, see scan.  Extreme wear to upper and lower spine.  Weak binding with many pages separated from the binding.  Foxing of the pages. Musty smell.  Publisher George Dearborn New York. 

Of interest is the signed name of the owner, M M Jackson who was the US Consul at Halifax Nova Scotia who provided information to Secretary of the Navy Gideon Welles about British blockade runners and their cargo.  He reported on the valuable contents of the iron steamer Condor which was the first of seven new iron ships contracted by the Confederate Navy to British shipyards. 

The Culprit Fay is a highly important work of early American poetry which influenced Poe and other major authors. 

Blockade Runners

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U S Coal Tokens-1993
Item #: NEW-0010051

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Softbound 83 page reference of collecting coal tokens as well as some history of coal mines.

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John Paul Jones Reference Book Lot
Item #: NEW-009876

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There are three books in this lot.  The first is a modern book by Evan Thomas.  The title is John Paul Jones-Sailor, Hero, and Father of the American Navy printed in 1903.  Minor wear.  The second book is John Paul Jones-Commemoration which was made at Annapolis on April 24, 1906.  The third book is "A Calendar on John Paul Jones Manuscripts which are the the Library of Congress.  This is also a first edition.  Both of these books have numerous condition problems, too numerous to list.  These books will be useful to the serious researcher not to display in a book case.  Both are priced much lower than the reprints as well as few original ones available on the web.
These books were obtained from a family estate in Nashville Tennessee whose family members believed themselves to be related to Jones.  Will be shipped by media mail for the actual cost.

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Price: $65.50 USD
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The Squaw Man-Julie Opp Faversham
Item #: NEW-009843

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This book was published in 1906.  I bought it just for the pictorial cover.  The biggest condition problem is a disruption in the end papers-actual tears in several areas.  One page has a serious tear, with a large portion missing.  Think of it this as a display piece.

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The Prospector-Ralph Conner-Decorative Cover
Item #: NEW-009842

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This book was published in 1904 by Fleming H Revell Company. It's in better than average condition with normal wear. Color on the first scan is more characteristic of the color.  Gold rush

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Gone With the Wind-Easton Press Edition
Item #: NEW-009211

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There have been many reprints of Margaret Mitchell's famous novel but this would be the best. This is a leather Collector's Edition with numerous illustrations, including some color. Full grey leather with raised bands on spine; gilt decorations, titles and page edges; and rich gold moire satin end papers. Unused. The only problem is volume II does not lie entirely flat. See second scan. Selling for much less than the publisher and other current listings on the internet.

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The Bligh Notebook-Two Volumes-Limited Edition
Item #: NEW-009123

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Publisher is National Library of Australia: Canberra and the Book-of-the-Month Club np 1987 2 volumes, Facsimile volume is 6.75 x 4.25, gilt decorated leather like cloth; transcription volume is 10 x 6.5, leather like cloth backed cloth, 218 pp, with envelope containing facsimile of the Bounty's Wanted List, all in excellent condition. Captain Bligh was the Captain of the Bounty, made famous in the book and film, Mutiny on the Bounty.

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Price: $85.50 USD
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Wilderness-Robert Penn Warren-First Edition-
Item #: NEW-008461

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First edition of this tale of the Civil War by one of the "Fugitives". Some chipping to spine of the dust cover and a tear on the front cover near the edge. Clean interior. Heavy pencil markings of the price, etc. which still shows after erasing. Part of front fly page stuck to the next page in a small area.

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Booksellers Sample Book-Story of the Wild West
Item #: NEW-008332

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Complete sample book for Buffalo Bill's book about Daniel Boone and Kit Carson, as well as his own exploits, W F Cody, otherwise known as Buffalo Bill. This is the 1888 edition. As with most sample books. it does not include the full text, however the color lithograph illustration of "Buffalo Bill to the Rescue" is present. The spine is missing and the leather boards have separated from the rest of the book and of course detached. The inside spine example has some wear as can be seen the scan. The fancier version at the back that the buyer could select is in remarkable condition. This includes the pictorial leather cover and spine. The prospectus is partially discolored and pasted to the inside. The order blanks are in the back, but not filled in. The interior pages are stained with wear from being handled multiple times by potential buyers.

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Black Elk Speaks-John G Neihardt
Item #: NEW-008321

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Softbound booklet, reprint 1961 Edition. This is the Life Story of a Holy Man of the Oglala Siox.

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Al Packer-A Colorado Cannibal-Mazzula
Item #: NEW-008318

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Softbound booklet by Fred and Jo Mazzulla published in 1968. Relates the alarming story of Al Packer , a Colorado prospector who was alleged to have killed five of his fellow prospectors and lived off their flesh. Fifty pages, filled with illustrations. Signed by the two authors, Fred and Jo Mazzulla and the wry inscription,"Bon appetit."

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War Chief Joseph-Helen Addison Howard
Item #: NEW-008287

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Soft bound reprint in good condition. 1865

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Jim Beckwouth-Negro Mountain Man-Felton
Item #: NEW-008286

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Softbound book by Harold Felton printed in 1966 by Dodd Mead & Company, N Y. Good condition

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Lot-North Dakota History-Quarterlies-1953 & 55
Item #: AME-008283

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This lot consists of three quarterlies published by the State Historical Society in Bismark North Dakota, Volume 20, Number 1 and Volume 20, Number 2 in 1953. Also Volume 22, Number 3 printed in July 1955. Slight wear.

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Fighting Indians! A F Mulford-1970 Reprint
Item #: NEW-008189

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Nice condition on the facsimile copy printed in 1970 the Old Army Press. Soft bound book with 155 pages. This is the first reprint of the book printed by Mulford in 1879. Mulford covers "the fighting Indians" in Custer's Seventh United States Calvary. Very scarce book.

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Plains Indians-ColinTaylor-First Edition
Item #: NEW-008181

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Important work on the Plains Indians: A Cultural and Historical View of the North American Plains Tribes of the Pre-Reservation Period. Only condition problem is an inked note by the first owner and an old price in red ink. There is also a stamp on the title page which names the owner, Donated in Memory of. Crescent Books 1994.

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Sr Francis Drakes's Voyage-Wagner
Item #: NEW-007302

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Important first edition book listed in Howes. Complete title is Sir Francis Drakes"s Voyage Around The World: Its Aims and Achievements. Autor Henry R Wagner Publisher San Francisco, California John Howell 1926 First Edition. Illustrated throughout with more than fifty black & white reproductions. Blue cloth over boards with titles stamped in gilt on spine. Previous owner's bookplate to front paste-down; hinges cracked. Cut in upper edge of the front board. some shelf wear to the spine.

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Doniphan's Expedition-Wm Connelley
Item #: NEW-007290

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Important book which is listed in Howes, first edition, printed in 1907. This book covers the War with Mexico. Very clean interior with all maps present. Shelf wear to the bottom of the spine. The only real problem is the appearance of the spine at the top area. It looks like it may have been re-glued not not done well. See scan.

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Pitchfork Ben Tillman-Simkins-First
Item #: NEW-007230

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Scarce title published by the Louisiana State University Press as part of their important Southern Biography Series. This is a review copy, it's stamp on the fly page. Also is a little slip of paper which indicates that LSU Press is presenting it as a review copy. The author is Francis Butler Simkins and publishing date is 1944. Scan shows the condition of the dust cover. Ignore the reflections caused by the scan. Note the white area in the upper spine which is a missing area. Also note the staining on the spine. There is a long light water stain on the back cover at the top. Evidently this book was exposed to some time of moisture as the stain extends through the index. Rest of the interior is clean. Boards are presentable with only light shelf wear to the spines and a corner crease There are two offensive stamps of a previous owner- one on the back of the front cover and the other is on the opposing page. South Carolina

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Shape Note Tune Book-The Missouri Harmony
Item #: NEW-007033

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I had been unable to identify the title and edition date of this Sacred Harp songster until recently when a very knowledgeable person furnished this information:

"The shape note book you have is The Missouri Harmony, compiled by Allen D. Carden.  It looks as if your copy begins on p. 7?  Assuming the inscribed date was actually written in 1822, it could only be the first edition (Cincinnati: Morgan and Lodge, 1820).  All subsequent editions (and there are many) are later, 1824-1848 or so.  It has been reprinted once or twice more, at least as recently as 2005.

Leather bound book, measuring 9 by 5 and a half inches. Period hand writing on the inside cover has the name of the owner which I can't quite read and October 23rd 1822-Montgomery County Tennessee. The title page is missing as well as some ensuing pages.  It is probable that there is also text missing in the back of the book. There seems to be 200 pages in the book. The last page has two hymns, Portugal and Pleyel's Hymn. Some pages are loose and other pages has some loss of text. All these things would be unforgivable but for the rarity and revival of popularity of this unique manner of singing. 

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Fates Worse Than Death-Kurt Vonnegut-Signed
Item #: NEW-006587

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Publisher: Easton Press, 1991 As New/No Jacket. As new. Full leather with gold design and lettering with raised bands on the spine. Gold page ends are mostly pristine  except for area around the silk ribbon bookmark. You can't beat the quality of Easton Press books. Cloth end papers. Personally signed by Vonnegut and presumably tipped in by the publisher. Scarce series of essays by Vonnegut. Listing at half of the valued of identical specimens on the internet.

Kurt Vonnegut

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Bookplates for Miniature Books
Item #: NEW-006540

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Cute little item which were made for miniature books. Contains all 24 bookplates which look like the cover.

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Prospectus Miniature Dictionary Publishers++
Item #: AME-005016

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This lot includes the advertisement for Miniature Dictionaries and a miniature book titled "The Stranger in Red" published by Hazeltine Company in Warren Pennsylvania. Nice go with for the miniature book collector.

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Poems and Compositions In Prose-Munford
Item #: NEW-004133

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Rare colonial imprint titled, Poems and Compositions In Prose on Several Occasions by William Munford, of the county of Mecklenburg and State of Virginia, Richmond, printed by Samuel Pleasants, June 1798.  One back fly page missing, which followed one errata page. Rare book and especially in the original boards. Boards are heavily stained, and damaged at the top of the spine where the leather is missing. Some splits in the spine but still bound together. As is often the case in these old books, the blank pages have been used for practicing handwriting and various and sundry scribbling, all in ink. These ink renderings cover the entire surface of the pages. Light toning of the rag pages. Here is some information found on the internet: William Munford was born in Mecklenburg County, Virginia, on August 15, 1775. His father, Robert Munford, was also a literary man. The young Munford attended William and Mary at twelve years of age and was befriended by George Wythe, a professor law, and John Randolph. "A lawyer of Richmond, Virginia, who beside several volumes of Law Reports, published a volume of Poems (1798) and a scholarly blank-verse translation of the Iliad." [Oscar Fay Adams, A Dictionary of American Authors 265 (Boston: Houghton, Mifflin and Company, 1899)]

Note: Priced at over $1,700 on bookfinder

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Home to Kentucky-Alfred Leland Crabb
Item #: NEW-003874

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Ashland Edition, Limited and Signed edition. Bumped spine and wear to the dust cover. Small scuffed area on the spine and other tears and minor wear.

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Gone With the Wind-Leather Bound Edition
Item #: NEW-003869

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Near mint edition of the beautifully bound edition by The Southern Classics Library. 1984 Oxmoor House, Birmingham, Alabama. Reprinted by arrangement with the Macmillan Company.

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The Town-William Faulkner
Item #: AME-003666

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First Edition, as stated. Grungy area along the interior fold of front and back covers. Rather minor wear to the dust cover.

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A Wake for the Living-Andrew Lytle
Item #: AME-003665

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1975-Crown Publishers-Signed by Lytle.First Edition.  Some mottling of the boards at the top and bottom edges. Some chipping and small tears to the dust jacket.

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Neale-Books:Annotated Bibliography-Robert Krick
Item #: AME-003661

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Important reference on Neal books. 1977 Morningside Bookshop. Minor shelf wear.

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Wyeth At Kuerners
Item #: AME-003611

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1976, First Edition, as stated. Betsy James Wyeth is the editor and published by Houghton Mifflin Company. Dust cover has been affixed with tape. I removed a couple of strips with no problem. This a very heavy, oversized book.

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History of Winnebago County Wisconsin-Richard Harney-1880
Item #: AME-003607

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This book was published by Oshkosh Allen & Hicks 1880 Original binding 3/4 gilt-ruled black morocco over pebbled brown cloth, spine and front cover has gilt lettering. There are numerous beautiful lithographic plates of buildings and scenery in the county. Complete title is History of Winnebago County Wisconsin, and Early History of the Northwest. 349 pages with ads in the back. The plates are beautiful and suitable for framing not that I would recommend tearing this beautiful book up. Spine looks pretty good until you get to the bottom edge which has part of the spine worn down. This extends to the front of the leather strip at the bottom. It looks like some mouse got to work on it or possibly a dog, like mine, who considers leather books a delicacy. Wear to the corners which are reinforced with leather. Part of the leather torn off at bottom corner. You can see both of these defects in the scan. Binding is quite tight. This was a presentation copy to the Wisconsin Fishing Party of Nashville by Mr. and Mrs Lon Granger of the Menasha Wisconsin, December 27th 1880.

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The Flaming Sword-Thomas Dixon
Item #: AME-003509

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Fourth printing of this deluxe edition of this book by Thomas Dixon, who glamorized the Klu Klux Klan in the reconstructed South. Special, scarce blinding of reddish leather. Some spine wear and see the scans. Creases in the spine. No other condition problems.

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Cake Walk-Lee Smith-First Edition
Item #: AME-003201

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This is one of Lee Smith's more scarce and desirable books. Printed by G P Putnam's Sons New York. The last date mentioned is 1981. Since no further listings are cited, this would be considered a First Edition. There are earlier copyright dates however this is due to the fact that nine of the stories in this book appeared in magazines. Putnam's policy on books printed before 1983 are first editions, if no further dates are noted. Beige cloth boards with a green spine. Dust cover is present with very minor shelf wear. There is some rubbing on the covers however, not noticeable unless you rotate the book. I believe this is characteristic of this book

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Granny Remembers-KKK-Kentucky-Georgia
Item #: AME-003100

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Original Wrappers Tear in the wrappers on the front page. Musty smell. Pages turning brown. Stain on first page where the author Ella Johnson has signed it. W. Burke Co. Macon 1928 First Edition Post Civil War K.K.K. South Kentucky-Georgia

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Peter Max Paints American-Inscribed
Item #: AME-001948

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This is a first edition of Peter Max Paints America, printed in Washington, D.C.Acropolis, 1976. Soft hard bound cover. No slip cover. There is general wear appearing as indentations in the soft cover. These are along the edges and at the ends of the spine, especially the lower spine which is considerably frayed. Also a visible scuff over an inch long. Fraying at the tips, as well. Interior is clean and binding intact. Page preceding the title page has nearly a full page of inscription "for Arthur-With Love, Peter Max 1980 NYC", also a drawing of a woman, again signed by Max 1980. Drawings for each of the States.

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List of the Colonial Governors
Item #: AME-001149

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This little booklet contains the list of the Colonial Governors and other Chief Executive of American prior to 4 July 1776. Nice condition. Published in 1989 by the Hereditary Order of Descendants of Colonial Governors.

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Laws of the Republic of Texas-Leather
Item #: AME-000812

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Slim little volume in nice condition. Gold gilt pages and title. The original was printed in 1837 and this is a quality reprint of that done by the Museum of Printing History in Houston Texas. A numbered volume, however this one got away. It was reprinted in 1986 in a limited edition of 2500.

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The Far West-1838-Edmund T. Wilkes
Item #: AME-000644

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Two volumes of The Far West or A Tour Beyond the Mountains. Important book listed in Howes. Published by Harper & Brothers in 1838. Paper label is missing on one and too faint to read on another. Original boards which are course pretty rough looking but still bound together. Ink owner's names and pencil scribblings on the inside with corner torn off on one fly page. Foxing in the interior pages very mild. The owner wrote his initials in ink on the top part of the spine of both books. The spine of course has extensive shelf wear to them. These books were owned by early Nashville pioneer, Edward Hicks, of Devon Farms, a historic home and now the home of Ensworth school. Edward Hicks presented them to his son, Edward Hicks, Jr. a Confederate Officer and nephew of General Zollicoffer. Book was written by Edmund Wilkes, an Ohio journalist of his extensive travels in Missouri and Illinois, which would have been considered the Far West in those early days of our history.

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Virginia County Names
Item #: AME-000424

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First edition by Charles Long, Neale Publishing Company, in 1908. Great geneological information on Virginia families. Map loose. Numberous pencil notations on front fly page. Clumsy attempt to enhance the look of the covers which has mottling. Selling as a reading copy due to the condition.

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Original Lists of Persons of Quality-Hotten
Item #: AME-000417

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Selling this book since I learned my family is not in it. :) This is the 1978 reprint edition of this famous work edited by John Hotten, the original title being: The Original Lists of persons of quality; emigrants, religious exiles; political rebels, serving men sold for a term of years; apprentices; children stolen; maidens pressed, and others who went from Great Britain to the American Plantations 1600-1700.Published by the Genealogical Society. This particular book was heavily used by a geneologist with markings so am selling it for its reference material not its beauty.

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