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Christmas Bells First Printing 1865

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Christmas Bells First Printing 1865: Our Young Folks 1865 Volume 1

by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Various

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Original 1865 Our Young Folks Christmas Bells by Henry W. Longfellow First Printing!
Civil War Bound Volume 1 All monthly Issues of 1865 the first year of Our Young Folks
Condition: Fair, half leather and marbled paper bound, spine cracked, hinges cracked but operational, leather treated with Klucel G, 5.5" X 8.5" tall, 808 pages, with Index, published in Boston Ticknor and Fields 124 Tremont Street. University Press, Welch, Bigelow, & Co. Cambridge 1865. Many Woodcut Illustrations. Most Stories and Poems are First Printings. Theodore Roosevelt read Our Young Folks as a child.
A Few Plain Words to my Little Pale-faced Friends.... Dio Lewis Afloat in the Forest.... Mayne Reid Among the Lions.... A. F. Among the Studios .... T. B. Aldrich Andy's Adventures....F.T. TrowbridgeApologizing.... Gail Hamilton (Abigail Dodge)Aunt Esther's Rules.... Harriet Beecher Stowe Aunt Esther's Stories.... Harriet Beecher StoweBaby of the Regiment, The.... T. W. Higginson Birdie's Day with the Rose-Fairies .... Margaret T. CantyBoy of Chancellorville, The.... Edmund Kirke Boy of Chickamauga, The . . .. Edmund Kirke Business Letter, A..... Gail HamiltonCamp Douglas, Three Days at.... Edmund Kirke City Girl, The.... Gail HamiltonCloud with the Silver Lining, The . . . . Mary N. Prescott Country Neighbors Again.... Harriet Beecher Stowe Country Neighbors, Our.... Harriet Beecher StoweCruise of the Leopold, The.... Oliver Optic Dog Carlos.... Louise E. Chattel Dogs and Cats.... Harriet Beecher StoweDogs, Our.... Harriet Beecher StoweDoll's Story, The . . . C.D. Gardette Dolly, The Story of a. . . . Mrs. A. M. Diaz Farming for Boys.... Author of " Ten Acres Enough"Fish I didn't Catch, The.... John G. WhittierFreddy's New-Year's Dinner.... L. Maria Child Grandfather's Chestnut-Tree.... L. Maria ChildHalf-Holiday, A.... Gail Hamilton Half-Hours with Father Brighthopes . . . J. T. TrowbridgeHow a Pine-tree did some Good . . . . Samuel W. Duffield How Margery Wondered.... Lucy Larcom How our Great-Grandfather was Killed . . . P. H. B How the Crickets brought Good Fortune..... From the French of P. F. StahlHow the Indian Corn Grows.... Author of " Seven Little Sisters" Hughes, Thomas Hum, the Son of Buz.... Harriet Beecher Stowe Lessons in Magic.... P. H. C.Lights on the Bridge, The.... Lucy Larcom Lincoln, Abraham Little Hugh and the Fairies . . . ... J. H. A. Bone Little Prisoner, The.... Edmund Kirke Little Sarah's Skates.... Mary N. PrescottMaster Horsey's Excursion.... Gaston FayMatson, David.... John G. Whittier Nelly's Hospital.... Louisa M. AIcott New Life, The . . . . Author of "Seven Little Sisters" Physical Health.... Dio LewisPortrait, The.... Harriet E. Prescott Railroad, The.... Gail Hamilton Red-Coats, The.... Gail Hamilton Red-Winged Goose, The.... Rose TerryRoaring Run.... Louise E. Chollet Sir Franklin.... Elisabeth Stuart Phelps Sir Walter Scott and his Dogs.... Harriet Beecher StoweSunday Afternoon.... Gail HamiltonSwallow, The.... Charlotte Kingsley Chanter Thumbling.... From the FinnishTransactions.... Gail Hamilton Trapped in a Tree.... Mayne Reid Turning of the Leaf, The.... J. T. TrowbridgeWinning His Way.... CarletonPoetry
Brook that Ran into the Sea, The.... Lucy Larcom Children's Carol.... John Weiss Christmas .... Harriet E. PrescottChristmas Bells.... Henry W. Longfellow Color-Bearer, The.... J.T. TrowbridgeComplaint, A.... Mrs. Anna M. Wells Dick and I.... Marian Douglas Disappointment.... Mrs. Anna M. Wells Gipsy Children's Song.... Lucy LarcomHeavenly Bird, My.... R. H. Stoddard Hush-a-by.... Mrs. Anna M. WellsMargery Grey.... Julia C. R. DorrModel Young Lady, The.... Marian Douglas New-Year Carol.... John Weiss Night-Moth, The.... Tacie Townsend Robin, The.... C.T. Sandpiper, The.... C.T. Snow-Fancies.... Lucy Larcom Stars at Bed-time.... Mrs. Anna M. Wells Volunteer's Thanksgiving.... Lucy Larcom Wild Goose, The.... J. T. Trowbridge Wonderful Sack, The.... . J.T. TrowbridgeYoung Love.... C.A.Barry Round the Evening Lamp

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Bookseller
The Franklin Bookstore US (US)
Bookseller's Inventory #
4517
Title
Christmas Bells First Printing 1865
Author
Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Various
Illustrator
Various
Format/binding
Half Leather
Book condition
Used - Fair
Quantity-available
1
Binding
Hardcover
Publisher
Ticknor and Fields University Press, Welch, Bigelow, & Co
Place of Publication
Boston
Date Published
1865
Keywords
Christmas, Bells, Poem, Children
Bookseller catalogs
Civil War; Christmas; Humor; Fiction;
Size
5.5" X 8.5" tall

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About The Franklin Bookstore

The Franklin Bookstore began in 1996 by Robert & Ruth Lynn in Humboldt, Tennessee. Retiring from the Navy and a business career and always a history buff, Robert and Ruth opened the business of selling and dealing with rare books, magazines and newspapers. Many items were acquired from other rare books dealers from across the country. The Franklin Bookstore continues with his offspring mindful to keep the high ethical business examples that Dad established. We feel honored to be associated with such a virtual history of the printed word, inherently beautiful and fascinating artifacts of our cultural past. Every item we offer is guaranteed to be absolutely genuine and as described. A large part of the inventory is periodicals that date from the Revolutionary War to World War II and into the 21 century.

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