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Land Grants and Lawsuits in Northern New Mexico

by Ebright, Malcolm

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2008
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Third Edition
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9780960520213
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Santa Fe, NM, U.S.A.: Center for Land Grant Studies Press, 2008. This is the third, revised edition of a book first published in 1994 which examines the history of New Mexico's land grants from their antecedents in Spain and Mexico to the 1848 change in sovereignty which broght into conflict two different social and legal systems to current land and… Read more
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Just south of Gettysburg: Carroll County, Maryland in the Civil War : personal accounts and descriptions of a Maryland border county, 1861-1865

by Klein, Frederic Shriver (editor)

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Published
1984
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Fine
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Third Printing
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Carroll County, MD, U.S.A.: Historical Society of Carroll County, Maryland, 1984. Originally published in 1963, this is the third printing in 1984 of a collection of accounts of citizens and soldiers who described events during the Civil War in Carroll County, Maryland, including extracts from diaries, letters, and personal accounts; Maryland was a border state where families, neighbors, and communities… Read more
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Westport, CT, U.S.A.: Praeger, 1998. This is a study of Roosevelt's role in the formation of the Canadian-American military alliance and shows how he pursued two distinct strategies: he encouraged senior civilian and military advisers, who viewed Canada as part of a British imperial rival, to regard Canada as a natural ally, and he used his influence to convince Canadian… Read more
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Notes on the Free Quaker Meeting House, Fifth and Arch Streets, Philadelphia, Built 1783-84

by Peterson, Charles E

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Published
2002
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Very Good
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9781931839204
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Washington, D.C., U.S.A.: Ross & Perry, 2002. This book is an architectural history of the Free Quaker Meeting House on Independence Mall in Philadelphia, built by the Religious Society of Free Quakers, a small group of Philadelphia Quakers who rejected the pacifist tenets of their faith in order to support the War for Independence; the book is a reprint, with… Read more
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Menace in the West: The Rise of French Anti-Americanism in Modern Times (Contributions in American Studies)

by David Strauss

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House of Our Own
Published
1978
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Fine
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First Edition
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9780313203169
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Westport, CT, U.S.A.: Greenwood Press, 1978. This is a study of French intellectuals' response to America in the 1920s which attempts to clarify the interaction between the concerns of the French observer and the dynamic aspects of American life (dark gray cloth with white lettering on front and spine; a bright, clean, tight copy). First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/No Jacket.… Read more
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The Colonial Society of Pennsylvania: Centennial Register 1895-2000 and Proceedings of the Society 1995-2000

by Lloyd, Mark Frazier (editor)

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Published
2002
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Near Fine
ISBN
9780811700665
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Philadelphia, PA, U.S.A.: Colonial Society of Philadelphia, 2002. Published by the Colonial Society of Pennsylvania (not Stackpole Books), this book is a record of the first 100 years of the society, founded in 1895 to celebrate events and collect and publish documents related to the settlement of Pennsylvania prior to 1700 and to perpetuate the memory of the early settlers;… Read more
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French Colonists and Exiles in the United States

by Rosengarten, J. G

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Published
1989
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As New
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Reprint
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9781556132476
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$18.00

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Bowie, MD, U.S.A.: Heritage Books, 1989. Reprint. Trade Paperback. As New. This is a facsimile edition of a book originally published in 1907 by Lippincott, a study of French settlers and settlements in the United States, including early settlements, French colonies in Louisiana, Huguenot settlers, French soldiers, travellers, and exiles, settlements in the West and in Canada, French… Read more
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The War in Nicaragua

by Walker, William

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House of Our Own
Published
1985
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Very Good
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First Edition
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9780816508822
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Tucson, AZ, U.S.A.: University of Arizona Press, 1985. This is a facsimile of William Walker's account, originally published in 1860, of his invasion and conquest of Nicaragua; doctor, lawyer, newspaper editor, politician, adventurer, liberator, imperialist, Walker sailed to Nicaragua with a band of mercenaries in 1855, joined with rebel forces in a civil war, defeated the national army, seized the… Read more
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New York, NY, U.S.A.: Atheneum, 1969. Two volumes in one: Volume I: The Origins of Black Americans (378 pages); Volume II: The Black Community in Modern America (508 pages); includes essays by leading scholars in history, political science, and sociology (brown cloth with gold lettering; previous owner's name and date stamp on first page; glossy gray dust jacket with black… Read more
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Lobbyist for the People: A Record of Fifty Years

by Marsh, Benjamin C

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Published
1953
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Near Fine
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First Edition
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Washington, DC, U.S.A.: Public Affairs, 1953. The autobiography of the founder of the People's Lobby, organized in 1930 with John Dewey as President, which fought for relief and, during the New Deal and the Fair Deal, for more fundamental reforms; one section of the book deals with the rise and fall of the Third Party movement in the 1920s (black… Read more
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The Indiana Voter: The Historical Dynamics of Party Allegiance During the 1870s

by Hammarberg, Melvyn

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House of Our Own
Published
1977
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Near Fine
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First Edition
ISBN
9780226315164
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Chicago, IL, U.S.A.: University of Chicago Press, 1977. An examination of the nature of 19th century American mass voting behavior showing that substantial variation in party support followed lines of cleavage among classes, occupational groups, and places of residence (blue cloth with silver lettering, blue pictorial dust jacket with white lettering slightly rubbed along edges; otherwise a bright, clean, tight… Read more
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