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Blood and War at My Doorstep: North Carolina Civilians in the War Between the States, Vol. 2
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Blood and War at My Doorstep: North Carolina Civilians in the War Between the States, Vol. 2

by Brenda Chambers McKean

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2001. Brenda Chambers McKean, Blood and War at My Doorstep: North Carolina Civilians in the War Between the States, Volume II, Xlibris, 2001, ISBN 9781453543634. Association Copy — owned by Mattie Clyburn Rice, daughter (not a typo) of former slave and Confederate Army volunteer Weary Clyburn. Inscribed by the author on title page “to a ‘Real’ Daughter / Mattie / 5-21-13,” referencing Rice’s successful battle to join the Daughters of the Confederacy despite racial discrimination. Large trade paperback (23 cm), 12, 627-1278 pp with notes and index. Author card laid in. Very Good: covers scuffed and lightly bumped, pp 831, 1191-1196 corner-creased, no internal markings. Note: The Clyburn family is not mentioned in the book, although other black Confederate soldiers are mentioned. Seller purchased this item at Mrs. Rice’s estate sale. More information can be found about her at http://www.npr.org/2011/08/07/138587202/after-years-of-research-confederate-daughter-arises,… Read More
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Clarks' Collection of Historical Remembrances (High Point history)
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Clarks' Collection of Historical Remembrances (High Point history): Collections and Recollections from Three Generations of Clark Historians

by Mary Lib Clark Joyce

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Paperback. Near Fine. Ed. Mary Lib Clark Joyce; Stephen (Steve) Chester Clark (1885-1957), David Lowery Clark (1824-1915), et al; ca. 1999; Clarks' Collection of Historical Remembrances, Collections and Recollections from Three Generations of Clark Historians: From the Historical Files and Writings of Stephen C. Clark; Articles and Letters of Recollections of High Point from: Betty Sapp Kirkman, W.C. Denny, the Gurley Family, W.J. Armfield, S.L. Motsinger, Jack Field, J. Harper Johnston, and "Old Timer"; David L. Clark "Historic Sketches of High Point" and Articles from his Scrapbook of Historical Interest; From the Historical Files and Writings of Mary Lib Clark Joyce. Navy paper covers, 4to, 262 pp with index, 1 color plate, at least 2 line maps and 2 bw photos. INSCRIBED by the editor to po, dated 2000. News article about the book laid in. Four note cards of High Point sketches by Carol Brooks laid in. Chronological history of High Point and surrounding areas from 1584 to 1947, followed by… Read More
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Cousin Ann's Stories for Children
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Cousin Ann's Stories for Children

by Preston, Ann ; ed. Richard Bears, illus. Stevie French

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9780979711091
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San Francisco: Inner Light Books, 2010. First edition thus. Paperback. As New. Stevie French. Ann Preston (1813-1872); edited by Richard Bears, new illustrations and designs by Stevie French; San Francisco, Inner Light Books, 2010, First thus. Thin trade pb with glossy magenta covers, 38 unnumbered pp, color illustrations throughout. Ann Preston - Quaker, abolitionist and temperance adherent from Pennsylvania - published this book of moral stories and poems in 1849. The solemn stories include some about the ills of slavery, and the first narrative of Henry "Box" Brown's escape escape from slavery by mailing himself in a wooden crate. Like New: light shelfwear (bumping on top edge), clean, crisp, pages bright, unmarked. Note: This is listed under Vintage Children's because of the 1849 content, but it's a recently published book.
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Eneas Africanus
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Eneas Africanus

by Edwards, Harry Stillwell

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New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1940. Reprint. Hardcover. Fair. Ernest Townsend. Harry Stillwell Edwards, illustrated by Ernest Townsend, Eneas Africanus, New York, Grosset & Dunlap, 1940 [reprint], copyright 1920. Tan cloth with green spine, stamped block with title pastedown on front, 8vo (22 cm), green map of Eneas' wanderings through seven states on endpapers, xx, 38 pp [8], illustrated. Story told through letters and newspaper articles of a slave who took his master's valuables away for safekeeping, but not knowing any geography, wandered all over the South for years and adventures while trying to find his way home. [Note: may contain offensive language] Fair/no DJ: rear joint cracked with spine cloth loose and bottom of spine missing, corners worn, small ink stain on rear cover, pages intact, no internal markings. Printed in USA
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Moses Sheppard, Quaker Philanthropist of Baltimore
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Moses Sheppard, Quaker Philanthropist of Baltimore

by Bliss Forbush

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Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott Company, 1968. Hardcover. Ex-library. Bliss Forbush, Moses Sheppard, Quaker Philanthropist of Baltimore, Philadelphia, J. B. Lippincott Company, 1968. Brown cloth hc with pink metallic lettering on spine, 8vo (20 cm), 318 pp with notes and index. Topics include Quaker relations with American Indians and with slaves, including colonization in Liberia. Good/no DJ: ex-library with stickers and stamps, spine skewed, pages crisp.
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On Horseback - A Tour in Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee With Notes of Travel in Mexico...
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On Horseback - A Tour in Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee With Notes of Travel in Mexico and California

by Charles Dudley Warner

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Houghton Mifflin & Co,, 1888. First Thus. Hardcover. Ex-library. Charles Dudley Warner, On Horseback - A Tour in Virginia, North Carolina, and Tennessee With Notes of Travel in Mexico and California. Boston and New York, Houghton Mifflin & Co., First Thus [previous version in The Atlantic Monthly, 1885]. Brown cloth hc with black-stamped cover illustration and gilt spine titling, small 8vo (18 cm), [iv] 332 pp, 16 pp ads. Literary, astute, and humorous, Warner writes of religious services, racial inequality, social quirks and people he meets in Reconstruction South, including a young Appalachian beauty who spits tobacco and an active 100-year-old former slave. Good (no DJ): ex-library with stickers and stamps, covers rubbed and spine fraying, po names on ffep, light tanning, no noticeable internal markings.
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Reminiscences of Levi Coffin : The reputed president of the Underground Railroad

Reminiscences of Levi Coffin : The reputed president of the Underground Railroad

by Levi Coffin, Ben Richmond

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9780944350201
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Richmond, Ind.: Friends United Press, 2006. Paperback. Very Good. Levi Coffin, abridged and edited by Ben Richmond, Reminiscences of Levi Coffin : The reputed president of the Underground Railroad, Richmond, Ind., Friends United Press, 2006. Trade pb, xxviii, 402 pp. Very Good: corner lightly bumped, crisp, no markings.
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Slavery and the Making of the University : Celebrating Our Unsung Heroes, Bond and Free

Slavery and the Making of the University : Celebrating Our Unsung Heroes, Bond and Free

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Chapel Hill: University Archives, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2005. First edition. Paperback. Very Good. Slavery and the Making of the University: Celebrating Our Unsung Heroes, Bond and Free, A bibliography of sources in The Wilson Library, University Archives, The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2005. Extracts from university records of slaves and hired servants associated with UNC. Stapled paper covers with photograph on front, 38 pp [2], 8vo, bw photos. Very Good: corners lightly bumped, no markings.
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Summerfield, North Carolina, A Pictorial History (Scarce) by Gladys Scarlette
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Summerfield, North Carolina, A Pictorial History (Scarce) by Gladys Scarlette

by Gladys Scarlette

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Greensboro: Younts Printing Co., 1995. First Printing. Paperback. Very good. Gladys Scarlette, Summerfield, North Carolina, A Pictorial History, Greensboro, by the author (Younts Printing Co.), 1995, First Printing. Textured paper covers with brown illustration, 4to (28 cm), [xiv] 170 pp with index, many bw photos and copies of documents. Very Good: front cover slightly warped, po name on half title, no other markings.
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