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ABEL, Annie H. The American Indian as Slaveholder and Secessionist....Cleveland: Arthur R. Clark, 1915-25. Three volumes. Maps and plans, Original red cloth, gilt-stamped spines, t.e.g. A fine set. HOWES A9, "aa". CLARK & BRUNET1. One of the most elusive of the important Arthur Clark Co. publications. This is one of the very few sets we have seen on the market in twenty-five years of dealing in Americana. Fewer copies were printed of the last volume, which was also published some years after the first. Volumes cover the pre-Civil War period, the Cherokees and other slave-holding tribes during the War, and Reconstruction.
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Our inventory of over 45,000 catalogued titles focuses primarily on 18th and 19th century Americana with specialities such as Voyages and Travels, Local Histories, Indians and the West and the Civil War. Also included in our collection are English and American literary first editions, Limited Edition Club selections and Books about Books.
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