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Ethan Allen and the Green-Mountain Heroes of '76 by  Henry W De Puy - Hardcover - No date; circa 1850. - from Hedgehog's Whimsey Books (SKU: Alibris.VT0620009793)

Ethan Allen and the Green-Mountain Heroes of '76

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Ethan Allen and the Green-Mountain Heroes of '76

by De Puy, Henry W

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  • hardcover
Good in very good dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. Inscribed: "Floyd from Great-Aunt Harriet Jones Smith" (Clare
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New York.: Hurst & Company.. No date; circa 1850.. Hard cover. Good in very good dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. Inscribed: "Floyd from Great-Aunt Harriet Jones Smith" (Claremont NH estate). Cover fabric aging.. 1 428 p. Tan cloth over boards, decorated in red and black art: 2 youths in sports garb with oak and acorn border. Spine shows acorns, oak leaf. Art repeated on blue on tan jacket. 19 cm. American Revolutionary War era history includes early history of Vermont in New England. Extensive Contents and Introduction, which begins in 1534 when a French exploring ship captained by James Cartier, found the mouth of a great river, naming it the St. Lawrence after an August 10th festival. When a larger expedition was mounted the following spring, the explorers believed that had found the passage to the East Indies. Two hundred leagues later their travel came to a halt by what is now known as Niagara Falls. It would be a century of regional exploration, interacting with natives of the Five Nations, trapping and fur trading, and fort building, as immigrants from Europe arrived to take root, before Ethan Allen and his gang became heroes ay Ft Ticonderoga among Vermont's later settlers. Publisher series lists in back 4 pages, jacket flaps and back jacket cover.


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Ethan Allen and the Green-Mountain Heroes of '76
De Puy, Henry W
Hard cover
Book condition
Used - Good in very good dust jacket. Signed by previous owner. Inscribed: "Floyd from Great-Aunt Harriet Jones Smith" (Clare
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No date; circa 1850.
Hurst & Company.
Place of Publication
New York.
American Revolutionary War era history|James Cartier, 16th century French explorer|St. Lawrence River|Five Nations|Ft. Ticonderoga
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About Hedgehog's Whimsey Books

Hedgehog's Whimsey Books was born in a random moment when I decided to become a used books seller. Beginning in 2001, I apprenticed myself with a longtime pro in the next town, hoping to learn her secrets. She encouraged my free help but was wary of sharing all those secrets. Nonetheless, she turned me loose when she felt I would not embarrass her; she was impressed, finding I actually knew something about books and authors and styles. I am still learning, and I am having a good time with the random avalanches of books to be recycled into good homes, one by one. Inventory has mounted: my mother downsized her 7,000-plus library, and we (my Geezer and I) went to library book sales, yard emporiums on weekends, estate dispersals, and added the books my kids left behind, wanting to stock their own shelves anew. Some folks simply tooled down our dirt road and left boxes on our porch. Myself? Well, I am also a photographer, journalist, curious stuff collector, avid reader, writer, editor, small-time publisher, and online pontificator. At Hedgehog Enterprises, I do "Words & Pictures by & for Folks with Prickly Backs, Soft Bellies, & Small Brains", established in 1991. Since I have the smallest brain (by unpopular vote), I am the Head Hedgehog. Do I specialize in particular genres? I thought I did, but my barn has lots of Geezer-built shelves, and we have many interests, so topics vary, as do book conditions and editions. I try to describe such, and sometimes have too much fun as I poke along. There is no charge for the therapy of browsing, folks, so find my sites and stay awhile. If a purchase results, know that the tax collector in Newport, New Hampshire, may get a pleasant surprise. Or, I may buy a few more apple cider donuts or sweet potatoes. No pressure. Hedgehogs do have yearnings. If you should visit by chance or by appointment, enjoy our old New Hampshire farmhouse location alongside the Sugar River and its companion recreation Rail Trail, nearby two historic railroad covered bridges just off Chandlers Mill Road. Feel welcome. -- Lucy G Wells, proprietor.


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