Wandering Recollections of a Somewhat Busy Life. An Autobiography.
by Neal, John
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Roberts Brothers, 1869 Red/gilt cloth, some wrinkling, slight soiled, rubbing to edges, tight binding, not cracked. Fep trimmed a bit at bottom. Some penciled marks fep. dampstained in margins o/w very good. 431 pgs. A scarce account of a early Maine temperance movement leader. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. 1st Edition. Hardcover. Very Good.
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- Wandering Recollections of a Somewhat Busy Life. An Autobiography.
- Neal, John
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- 1st Edition
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- MAINE TEMPERANCE PORTLAND
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