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THE FABULOUS FRONTIER: TWELVE NEW MEXICO ITEMS

By Keleher, William A. (with a new introduction by Paul Horgan)

Santa Fe, NM: The Rydal Press, 1946. HC. good+ w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover) OWNER'S NAME. B&W illustrations. The author combines personality sketches with historial narrative to create a frontier collection. 317pp.

$8.50

FREDERICKSBURG AND THE CAVALIER COUNTRY: AMERICA'S MOST HISTORIC SECTION ITS HOMES, ITS PEOPLE AND ROMANCES

By Goolrick, John T.

Richmond, VA: Garrett & Massie, Publisher, 1935. HC. good, green cloth (hardcover) no dustjacket. B&W illustrations. This is the story of Fredericksburg and the environing country is that of the Cavalier settlement. 92pp.

$7.00

WELFARE CAMPAIGNS IN IOWA - CHRONICLES OF THE WORLD WAR (Edited by Benjamin F. Shambaugh)

By Hansen, Marcus L.

Iowa City, IA: State Historical Soc. of IA, 1920. HC. very good+, blue cloth, teg (hardcover). The pages of this book are devoted to an account of the campaigns in Iowa for the raising of funds to support welfare work incident to the World War." 320pp.

$10.00

LANSING: CAPITAL, CAMPUS, AND CARS -- [Lansing, Michigan]

By Manassah, Sallie M.; Thomas, David A.; and, Wallington, James F. (foreword by Governor James Blanchard)

East Lansing, MI: Contemporary Image Adv., Ltd, 1986. HC. very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover). B&W and color illustrations. ISBN 0961674318 An entertaining pictorial commentary on the development of business to the present and its contribution to the quality of life in Greater Lansing--Clinton, Eaton, and Ingham Counties. 224pp.

$15.00

BROOKLYN IOWA: THE FIRST 150 YEARS

By Hanson, Carol Carpenter

Brooklyn, IA: The Brooklyn Historical Soc, 2003. HC. very good+ w/very good dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. The story of Brooklyn, Iowa, is not simply the story of a small town in central Iowa. It is the tale of hundreds of Midwestern towns: pioneer villages rooted in farming during the mid-1800s. 366pp.

$85.00

FLORIDA'S FAMILY ALBUM: A HISTORY FOR ALL AGES
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FLORIDA'S FAMILY ALBUM: A HISTORY FOR ALL AGES

By Cheney, Cora and Partridge, Ben

St. Marks, FL: San Marcos Press, 1993. PB. very good+, wraps (softcover) inscribed by the authors. B&W and color illustrations. ISBN 0963665103 This volume captures the geographic expansion and the political, economic and social changes in the historic evolution of Florida. 183pp.

$10.00

THE COLORADO SPRINGS STORY

By Ellis, Amanda M.

Colorado Springs, CO: The Dentan Printing Co, 1954. PB. good+, wraps (softcover) inscribed by the author. B&W illustrations. 48pp.

$4.50

A HISTORY OF ANN ARBOR

By Marwil, Jonathan L.

Ann Arbor, MI: Ann Arbor Observer Company, 1987. PB. fine, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. ISBN 0961874201 A highly readable and provocative analysis of the rich history of a city in Michigan. 193pp.

$9.50

AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY, BOOKS OF THE SOUTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA SEA ISLANDS

By Wright, Roberta Hughes (compiled by)

Southfield, MI: Charro Book Company, Inc, n.d.. HC. very good++, pictorial boards (hardcover) owner's name. B&W illustrations. This unusual history is presented in this book in the form of personal memories of the author, anecdotes and transcriptions of interviews, letters and other documents, material derived from books and articles, lists and genealogical charts, factual but lively narrative, and over two hundred illustrations, most of which have never before been made public. 84pp.

$27.50

FOUR ARCHEOLOGICAL SITES OF THE PERRY LAKE, KANSAS

By Witty, Thomas A.

Topeka, KS: Kansas State Historical Soc, 1983. PB. B&W illustrations. The Keen, Kroll, Nettye Busby, and Melon Patch archeological sites were investigated in the summer of 1965 by the Kansas State Historical Society under a cooperative agreement with the National Park Service. These sites were in the Delaware river drainage of what is now the upper portion of the Perry lake project, northeast Kansas. - Kansas State Historical Society Anthropological Series Number 11. 226pp.

$15.00

ALASKA PASSAGES: 20 VOICES FROM ABOVE THE 54TH PARALLEL
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ALASKA PASSAGES: 20 VOICES FROM ABOVE THE 54TH PARALLEL

By Rogers, Susan Fox (edited by)

Seattle, WA: Sasquatch Books, 1996. PB. fine, wraps (softcover). ISBN 1570610460 A remarkable gathering of original, true stories of adventure, work, life, and place in the last frontier. 238pp.

$6.00

A HISTORY OF HILL COUNTY, TEXAS, 1853-1980

By Dodd, Celeste Varnell; Reed, Ruth B.; and, Smith, Nona Cain (edited by)

Texas: Hill Cty Historical Comm. HC. very good w/lightly chipped dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. The geography, geology, archeology, culture, religion, agriculture, finance, society, education have been analyzed, portrayed and given their place in this volume. 518pp.

$60.00

THE CEMETERIES OF GREENE COUNTY GEORGIA

By Armor, E. H.

n.p.: Agee Publishers Inc, 1987. HC. very good, green cloth (hardcover). B&W illustrations. ISBN 0935265147 410pp.

$125.00

DISCOVER MATTHEWS: FROM COTTON TO CORPORATE

By Lester, Paula Hartill

Matthews, NC: The Town of Matthews, 1999. HC. very good+, blue cloth (hardcover). B&W illustrations. This history of the Town of Matthews, North Carolina, is intended to be a historical impression of the past 120 years; a recollection of almost forgotten places, events and people. 103pp.

$37.50

RUSSIAN DOCTOR IN PARADISE

By Ludwick, Amaretta

St. James, MI: Beaver Lodge, 1962. PB. good, wraps (softcover). B&W illustrations. I am seeking only to preserve the story of a crusty old pseudo medic who began life in Russia, born of a royal family, and ended it in quiet glory as Saint and peasant on this far away Island in Lake Michigan." 96pp.

$10.00

STANFORD: FROM THE FOOTHILLS TO THE BAY
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STANFORD: FROM THE FOOTHILLS TO THE BAY

By Allen, Peter C.

Stanford, CA: Stanford Historical Society, 1980. HC. very good w/good dustjacket (hardcover). B&W and color illustrations. ISBN 0916318028 This volume provides a feast of nostalgia for the alumnus, welcome orientation for the newcomer, and remembrance for the visitor. 228pp.

$10.00

THE HERO OF ST. LO: STORIES OF SOUTH CAROLINA AND GEORGIA

By Farley, Benjamin Wirt

Atlanta, GA: Cherokee Publishing Company, 1986. HC. fine w/very good dustjacket (hardcover) OWNER'S NAME LABEL. ill. by Felix Bauer. ISBN 0877971218 Abbeville, Anderson, Greenwood and McCormick counties of South Carolina provide the enchanting backdrop for Benjamin Farley's first book of short stories of the area. 117pp.

$5.00

MERCY ROAD: STORIES OF SOUTH CAROLINA, VIRGINIA AND GEORGIA

By Farley, Benjamin Wirt

Atlanta, GA: Cherokee Publishing Company, 1986. HC. fine w/very good+ dustjacket (hardcover) OWNER'S NAME LABEL. ill. by Felix Bauer. ISBN 0877971226 These stories are a genuine and compassionate portrayal of the people of the region. 127pp.

$5.00

THE FOUNTAIN INN DIARY

By Andrews, Matthew Page

New York: Richard R. Smith, 1948. HC. good w/good dustjacket (hardcover). B&W illustrations. Dr. Andrews called this plot of ground GEORGE WASHINGTON'S INN SITE because Washington was one of the first guests at the Sign of the Fountain. He was followed by a number of later ones, and by many other leaders in public life, in seeking hospitality at one of the three great inns that have stood on this site. 112pp.

$8.00

LEXINGTON: HEART OF THE BLUEGRASS, AN ILLUSTRATED HISTORY

By Wright, John D.

Lexington, KY: Lexington-Fayette County, 1982. HC. good w/lightly chipped and edgeworn dustjacket (hardcover). B&W and Color illustrations. A rich tapestry of people, buildings, dates, facts, figures and anecdotes relating to every facet of the city's history. 232pp.

$12.50

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