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Tin Horns and Calico : A Decisive Episode in the Emergence of Democracy by  Henry Christman - Hardcover - Reprint - 1975 - from Second Harvest Books and Biblio.com

Tin Horns and Calico : A Decisive Episode in the Emergence of Democracy

by Christman, Henry

Condition: Very Good in Very Good dust jacket


Cornwallville, NY: Hope Farm Press. Bk: Signed/Dated Inscription by author to the dust jacket designer; top/side edges foxed; clean copy / DJ: laminated with little soiling. ; Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 1975. Reprint. Hardcover. This Bicentennial edition is inscribed by the author on the Preface: "For Edwin Becker - your jacket is far superior to the original jacket - Henry Christman Oct. 27, 1975" ; 8vo; 377 pages; Signed by Author .


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