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Scribner's Volume 1871 Volume 2 Yellowstone, Philadelphia,The Last of the Pequods

Scribner's Volume 1871 Volume 2 Yellowstone, Philadelphia,The Last of the Pequods

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Scribner's Volume 1871 Volume 2 Yellowstone, Philadelphia,The Last of the Pequods

by Benson J. Lossing, Joel Tyler Headley, N.O.Langford, George MacDonald, William Wells, Julia C. R. Dorr,

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Original 1871 Scribner's Illustrated Magazine Bound New York

Volume 2 Bound 6 Months

May 1871 to October 1871


Condition: Very Good, black leather and marbled board bound, cracked on spine, 6.5" x 9.5" tall, 904 pages.

Current Events news, non-fiction articles, fiction and many first printings throughout this Scribner's Volume, many woodcut illustrations, comedy,

With Large INDEX

  • May 1871 - The Wonders of the Yellowstone by N.O.Langford with 13 illustrations (series)-Mud Volcano, Reminiscences of Charlotte Bronte with 10 Illustrations, The Moabite Stone (Mesha Stele) with Illustration, Aye-Aye Madagascar with 6 illustrations, Asher Brown Durand, Daniel Huntington with illustrations, Norah: The Story of a Wild Irish Girl by Mrs. Oliphant, Chinese Labor-System and Ours, Ben: A Story For May-Day, Wilfrid Cumbermede by George MacDonald(series)
  • June 1871 - Wonders of the Yellowstone with 20 illustrations(series), Lights and Shadows of the War (Franco-Prussian War or Franco-German War) by William Wells with 4 illustrations Iron Cross Black Cross & Red Cross, Poem-Three Leaves from a Story with 3 illustrations, The Mother of the Emperor William with illustration, Leipsic and it's Fair with 4 illustrations, The Illinois and St. Louis Bridge with 9 illustrations, Poem- Making Port by J.T.McKay, The Shadow that Came Between, The Freedom of the Pulpit, Wilfrid Cimbermede
  • July 1871 - Philadelphia with 15 illustrations, Jaunts in Japan by W.H. Hallock with 8 illustrations, The Gunpowder Plot by Edward Eggleston with illustration, Back-Log Studies by Charles Dudley Warner, Free-Trade and Protection, A Fete-Day at Malmaison, Samson's Riddle Solved The Lion-Cup versus The Lion-Cub by R. W. Wright with 2 illustrations, A Plea for Chinese Labor by Abby Sage Richardson, My Husband's First Love by Julia C. R. Dorr, Edson's Mother, Wilfrid Cimbermede
  • August 1871 - What are They Doing at Vassar College? by H. H. McFarland with 18 illustrations, Life in the Caucasus by J. T. Headley(Joel Tyler Headley) with 12 illustrations, Nogay, Tartar, Cossacks, Bohemian, Some of the French Leaders by Mary C. Putman, The Weeping Willow by Benson J. Lossing, My Vocation, and What Came of It, A Visit to the Great Yosemite Valley by J. S. , Henry Peters Gray Illustration, J.Q.Adams Ward Illustration, American Museum of Art by William H. Beard with 4 Illustrations, Peter Crisp
  • September 1871 - Pictures from Canada with 12 illustrations, Mercator, The Pathfinder of the Seas by William Wells with Illustration, Whose Wife Was She?, Mountain Views And Adventures, Galenstock, Morteratsch, Adam's Peak Ceylon, Peak of Teneriffe, Chimborazo, Condor Illustrations, Scenes from Marble Faun with 3 Illustrations, Chinese Skilled Labor, The River of Egypt with Illustration, Peter Block, An Adventure in Japan by Gilman O. Briggs, Co-Education of the Sexes, New Study of an Old 'Force' William Crookes, Mr. Holmes by James Richardson with 2 Illustrations
  • October 1871 - Hale Mau-Mau Volcano of Ki-Lau-E-A Hawaii Island on Fire by T. M. Coan with 7 illustrations, The Last of the Pequods (Indians of Eastern Connecticut) by Benson J. Lossing with Illustration of Eunice Mahwee, Was Adam the First Man? by Enoch L. Fancher, Water Its was and Its Uses with 8 Illustrations, Poem - How the Storm Came by W. E. D. , The Eleventh Cot by Albert Webster Jr., Summer Trip to Newfoundland, The Cloak-Cubby and the Blue-Room

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Title
Scribner's Volume 1871 Volume 2 Yellowstone, Philadelphia,The Last of the Pequods
Author
Benson J. Lossing, Joel Tyler Headley, N.O.Langford, George MacDonald, William Wells, Julia C. R. Dorr,
Format/Binding
Leather
Book Condition
Used - Very Good
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Binding
Hardcover
Place of Publication
New York
Date Published
1871
Pages
904
Size
6.5
Weight
0.00 lbs
Bookseller catalogs
American West; Fiction; Biography & Autobiography; Comedy;

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