American History: Colonial to 1787
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Hartford, CT: Silas Andrus, 1822. First Edition, First printing. Hard Cover. Original tan boards with brown calf spine. OVERALL VERY GOOD. LIGHT GENERAL WEAR TO BOARDS, SMALL LABEL ON FRONT BOARD, LETTERING DARKENED ON SPINE. HINGES SOUND. INTERIOR TIGHT WITH SCATTERED LIGHT FOXING. SMALL BOOKPLATE.
New York: 1901. Paperback. A collection of 22 weekly magazines printed during the period of January 11, 1901 through June 21, 1901. Each magazine contains a complete story of exciting events that took place during the American Revolution based on actual facts and directed to young people. They were written...
Boston: American Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1956. First Edition, First printing. Hard Cover. VERY GOOD+. NO DUST JACKET SLIGHT WEAR TO FINE FOLDS AND CORNERS, INTERIOR CLEAN, BINDING TIGHT. SMALL OWNER NAME. Uncommon original edition. NOT ex-lib. Reproduced from copies of the originals owned by the Massachusetts Historical Society.
Washington DC: P. Force, 1835. First reprint. Hard Cover. This is an historical reprint of a scarce pamphlet originally published in London in 1609 extolling the virtues of Virgina only two years after the founding of Jamestown. This is one of the earliest historical reprints in the United States, and...
Fitchbug, MA: Fitchburg Historical Society, 1898, 1899. First Editions, First printings. Hard Cover. BOTH VOLUMES VERY GOOD+, CLEAN BOARDS AND SPINE, BUMPED CORNERS, GILT ETTERING AND TOPSTAINS BRIGHT. TIGHT BINDINGS, STRONG HINGES, CLEAN INTERIORS WITH OFFSETTING TO ENDPAPERS. Compiled by Walter A. Davis, City Clerk.