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Banning, Ca.: St. Boniface Industrial School,, 1898. First edition. [15],299,[2]pp. Illus. 19 plates of 45 illus. Original printed wraps..(spine perished) Howes S55. Not in Graff or Cowan. Chapters on the Indians Spanish explorations, Don Juan de Onate, missions in New Mexico, pueblo revolt, priests, Mexican rule, territorial status, Santa Fe diocese, Sisters of Mercy in the Southwest, etc.

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MEINE REISE NACH NORD-AMERIKA...

Salzbacher, Joseph.

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Vienna, 1845. First edition. In two parts. [8],68;[12],69-480,[2]pp. Illus., large folding map, with colored outlines, shows the south, midwest, and Canada. Orig. marbled boards with gold stamped cloth spine. Howes S58. Graff 3661: "Dr. Salzbacher toured the south first and went as far west as St. Louis. Later, he traveled east via Chicago. His primary concern was Roman Catholic institutions." Buck 373: "...he tells... of a trip to St. Louis by way of the Ohio and Mississippi River and back across Illinois by stage to Vincennes..." Clark, Travels in the Old South, Vol 3:233.

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[Hendricks, Mn, 1929]. First Edition. 47pp, with a small sheet entitled author's notes in the rear of p.47. Original printed wrappers Norwegian immigrants go across the plains in the 1870's to colonize this remote area of Dakota Territory. Not in Howes, Graff or Jennewein.

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Paris, 1893. First edition. [8],263pp. Original printed wrappers(lower joint worn) Monaghan 1296: "A thoughtful and friendly view of American life and institutions. The observations of the author are not confined to Chicago, but extend from New York to California, with exception of the South..." Also, a chapter on the Mormons.

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Walhalla, N. D.: Lee, 1911. [15],188pp. Illus. Original cloth. First edition. Gathered from private journals and correspondence of important observers and pioneer missionaries. Covers the area of the Dakotas, Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Manitoba. Privately printed in a small edition, and now quite scarce. Soliday cat. V.4: 368: "Excessively rare. Can locate no other copy.

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Leipzig: Bereinshaufes, 1883. First Edition. 72pp. Original printed wrappers, loosening Schneider was a pastor in La Grange, Missouri. Contains information from the 18th century on Germans in America. Not in Meynen.

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Portland Champoeg Press, 1957. 76pp. Illus., frontis. A history and bibliography of imprints of the Jesuit Mission presses from 1876 to 1899. A fine work designed and printed by Lawton Kennedy. One of 804 copies.

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Trenton: Justice & Mills, 1842. First edition. 30,[1 errata]pp. Contemporary plain wrappers. On the organization of the Council, and whether Governor Pennington "had the lawful right and authority to come into the Council, preside over us, and give a casting vote." The Whigs said he did; but Scott here expresses his "unutterable disgust...From the nature and spirit of our institutions, and from the direct command in the constitution, the Council, like the House of Assembly, was, and ought to be, a self- organizing and independent body, and that no officer or person other than themselves should take any part in that act." Not in Felcone, Sabin, or Shaw.

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Savannah : Morning News Print, 1896. First Edition. 117pp. Illus, 10 ports. Contemp. full black leather, raised bands with gold printing on spine, gold organization emblem on front cover. Journal entries from 1854 to 1893. Contains a listing of members and when they joined, as well as the revised constitution and by-laws of the association and lots of local genealogy.

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Chicago: Steam Printing House, 1856. First edition. 20pp. in double columns.. dbd. American Imprints Inventory Chicago, 221. Graff 3717. Howes S248(aa). Sabin 78485. Streeter Sale 3721: "Scripps, who was editor and publisher of the 'Democratic Press,' had visited the Lake Superior country in 1856. He discusses here primarily the area of western Canada from Lake Superior to the Pacific, with comments on the Minnesota region south of the international boundary. He has a good deal to say about the fur trade and the Hudson's Bay Company. There can be little doubt but that the sole reason why the company maintains its posts in Oregon and Washington is to induce Brother Jonathan to 'shell out' liberally for them." Peel 331. Chicago Pre-Fire i9mprints 221. Graff 3717

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Mexico: White, 1867. First Edition. 20pp. Original printed wrappers. Two small punch holes at margin, no text affected. Promotional for Mexico. The author states:..."Mexico is a fair white page to be written upon with immense advantage and benefit by the modern appliances of science and industry.

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HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN THEATER...

Seilhamer, George O.

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Phila.: Globe, 1888-1891. First Edition. 3 vols. small quarto red cloth. a few minor spots on spine of Vol. 3. Vol. 1: Before the Revolution. Vol. 2: During the Revolution and After. Vol. 3: New Foundations.

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London: Longman et al, 1805. First edition. [7],223,[56]pp. Contemporary half morocco. Peel 67. TPL Cat. 766. Streeter Sale 3655: "In these observations Lord Selkirk argues in favor of emigration from Scotland and gives an account of the colony for Scottish emigrants he established on Prince Edward Island in 1803.

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Glendale: Clark, 1940. First edition. 350pp. Illus., ports and 20 plates from contemporary drawings and a large folding map of the route traversed. Original cloth One of 750 copies. By far the largest, and perhaps the most important expedition to traverse the Oregon Trail in 1849. The regiment had been authorized to establish military posts along the Oregon Trail, and in 1849, with emigrants in large numbers, their march was performed. Original prospectus laid in.

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Wash.,: GPO, 1864. First edition. 25pp. Original rear wrapper only. Sabin 79509. Streeter Sale Vol.6 3527($225). Not in Wickersham. This was a prelude to the purchase of Alaska. After the Atlantic cable came into being, this project never got off the ground. Eberstadt 138:12. Not in Tourville. This copy lacks the map cited in the Streeter sale

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Ottawa: Robertson, 1873. First Edition. 30pp. dbd. Peel 650. Shantz was sent out to inspect land of the Russion Mennonites who subsequently settled in southern Manitoba. (Peel 649 is the English version.) Published by the Department of Agriculture

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San F.,, 1859 . First edition. [5], [3]-167pp. Original printed wrappers bound in modern boards with cloth spine with printed label. NUC is the only source recording this offering as a distinct issue with differing title page and wrapper imprints, locating only one copy. The title page states: "Published by Appellants: San Francisco. 1859." Its verso reads, "J. Anthony & Co., Printers, Sacramento." The wrapper imprint reads, " Commercial Book and Job Steam Printing Office. 1860." Rosenbach's 1937 catalogue [#98] called this an "Able and standard authority on Spanish and Mexican law relating to titles of grants of land." Howell describes it as an "extensive examination of the whole title question relating to Sheriff's deeds and in particular to the validity of extending these titles against property in the bona fide possession of others. This important test case, presided over by Justice Stephen J. Field, includes much important historical material ... Read more

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BIBLIOGRAPHY OF HENNEPIN'S WORKS.

Shea, John Gilmary.

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N.Y.: Shea, 1880. 13pp. Sewn as issued. First edition. Limited to 100 copies. An important contribution for the students of early French exploration in North America.

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Albany, 1903. [80],268pp. Illus., a facs. of the newly discovered map of Marquette, of Marquette's letter and a steel portrait of La Salle. Original boards. Second and best edition. One of 500 copies. Howes S357.

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Providence: Brown, 1830. 83,72,108,35pp. Full contemporary calf.. First edition. Bound at the rear is "A Discourse Addressed to Christians of all Denominations." Providence, 1833, second edition. Shaw 14695. 35pp." Sabin 80357. Howes S399: "Describes his travels south to Georgia, plantation life there, etc." De Renne Cat. p.427. Not in Clark. Shaw 3466.

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