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Phila.,: Winston, 1899. First Edition. 366pp. Illus. Original cloth(some light discoloration st top of spine).. First edition. Howes T42: "Most copies destroyed or damaged by fire." Graff 4071. Rader 3035. Introduction by T. C. Battey. Contains chapters on Wichita Indians, Santana's raid, Quahada Indians, Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indian agency, Sac and Fox agency, missionary work among the Indians, etc. Rare and important work. . Howes T42: "Most copies destroyed or damaged by fire." Graff 4071. Rader 3035. Introduction by T. C. Battey. Contains chapters on Wichita Indians, Santana's raid, Quahada Indians, Cheyenne and Arapahoe Indian agency, Sac and Fox agency, missionary work among the Indians, etc. Rare and important work.

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TYRANNY UNMASKED.

Taylor, John.

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Wash. City,: Davis, 1822. First Edition. 349pp. Modern marbled boards with gold stamped leather spine. Taylor is considered one of the premier early systematic theorists of states' rights. This is the third of four full-scale books written by him and published between 1814 and 1823, in which he develops his theory of the U.S. Constitution and discusses its effect on social policies, particularly taxation, banking, and tariffs. In this work he treats mainly protectionism, with a good deal of discussion on the currency as well. HOWES T65. SABIN 94495. COHEN 6334.

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Washburn, N. D.: printed and published by the author, 1906. Revised and enlarged Edition. 218pp., 4 adv pages. Twenty seven plates after photographs and sketches. 8vo original gold stamped decorated cloth (s mall paper label on spine, library stamps) The author was a prosperous beaver trapper for many years, until his fondness for and curiosity about the animals caused him to renounce his trade and become active in protecting the beavers. The first half of this book is a detailed description of the beaver and of beaver-trapping; and the second half entitled " Other Sketches" includes memoirs of trapping various species in Iowa, Nebraska, and North Dakota in the 1860's and 1870's, along with other pieces on local natural history and the game laws. Taylor wrote and manufactured several compilations of sketches of hi s adventures on the northwest frontier. Graff 4085. Howes T66. Phillips, American Game Mammals p.370.

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N.Y., 1963. 272pp. Illus., map. Original cloth with vellum spine, boxed. One of 97 copies specially bound and numbered. Howes T88. Tourville 4427.

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Northampton, Ma.: Metcalf, 1849. 40pp. Original printed wrappers. First edition. The appendix, pp. 26-40 contains genealogical sketches of the original settlers of Whately.

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Topeka, Ks.: Daily Capital Printing, 1884. First Edition. 16pp. Sewn as issued.

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Worcester, Ma: Rice, 1887. First edition. 48pp. Original printed wrappers, x-library, light chipping to spine and front wrappers.

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Chicago : Wilson, 1847. First Edition. 32pp. Original blue printed wrappers. Howes T174. McMurtrie (Chicago) 129. The convention was held after President Polk vetoed the River and Harbor Bill in 1846. Twenty thousand people came to Chicago to debate how to influence our Federal Government. From 1837 through 1839, he was a circuit court judge based in Springfield. His circuit included New Salem, where Thomas heard cases argued by Abraham Lincoln. Thomas was appointed to Stephen A. Douglas' seat on the Illinois Supreme Court in 1843 after Douglas was elected to Congress. After retiring from the Illinois Supreme Court in 1848, he moved first to Galena and then to Chicago, where he died in 1850.

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Cincinnati: Author, 1864. First Edition. 396pp, Original 12mo cloth. Small nicks at crown of spine. Dornbusch Vol. 1: Iowa 92. Nicholson Cat. p.939. His personal observations of service at Shiloh, Corinth, surrender at Vicksburg and a chapter on activities in Kansas.

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L.A.: Privately printed, 1923. First Edition. [19],361pp.(uncut) Illus. Original cloth, with printed paper labels. An important genealogical contribution to this famous southern California family. Not in Cowan, Soliday, Graff, Eberstadt, etc.

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Phila., 1835. In Waldie's Circulating Library, 1835. Part II pp.427-432.Quarto half calf. Spine shows some wear. Wagner-Camp 79:1, note. Townsend travelled with Thomas Nuttall and Jason Lee in Nathaniel Wyeth's second expedition to Oregon in 1834. Field 1558. Graff 4173. Howes 7319. Sabin 96381. Streeter 209. Phillips p. 378

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[Richmond, 1932]. [19],61pp.Illus.(port. of Gen. Lee). dbd. First edition. An important work. Dornbusch vol.3:2163. "...The repulsion of the Army of Northern Virginia, at Gettysburg terminated the Confederate offensive. From that time until the end, the Confederacy was on the defense against a too-powerful foe..."--The foreward.

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SKETCHES OF MY OWN TIMES.

Turpie, David.

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Indianapolis, Bobs¨Merrill: Bobs(tm)Merrill, [1903]. [10],387pp. Original gold stamped green cloth. First edition. Howes T 430: "Account of life in Southern Indiana backwoods in the thirties, etc., by a United States Senator.

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New York and London: Sampson Low and E.P. Dutton, 1878. First American editio with double imprint. 16,243pp. Illus., 5 plates. Original pictorial gold stamped 12 mo cloth. An interesting narrative detailing the author's trip across the plains with the Government Survey for the "best route to California," experiences in Montana, Wyoming and the Yellowstone country, and a collection of yarns and recollections told at the campfire by members of the survey, and by others who fell within the spell of its radiant glow - among them Donald McKay. Howes T435: "These tales -including a fine account of the fall of the Alamo - were told on a surveying expedition from Omaha, to the Yellowstone Country. " Not in Graff, Decker, Soliday, Streeter, etc.

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THE WASHINGTON 89...

Tweney, George H.

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[Seattle]: Sagebrush Press, 1989. [21],98,[3]pp. Illus., folding map, facs. Original boards, gold stamped spine. First edition. The bibliography furnishes a long needed bibliography and critical guide to a selection of highly significant books published before 1959 that trace the rise and progress of the American state from pioneer days to centenarian. One of 890 copies printed.

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London: Longman, 1846. First edition. [11], 391pp. Illus., 2 large folding maps. Contemp half leather with gold decorations on spine.( Two black panels gold stamped). The Frank Deering copy with his bookplate on inside front cover. Private collector's embossed stamp on title page One of the most important works on the subject, arguing in favor of the British claims, in an attempt to refute Greenhow's argument as stated in his 1840 "Memoir... on the Northwest Coast of America." In regard to lucidity and competent referral to authorities. Twiss is cited by some as the most adequate of the two works, though not necessarily the best historical account. Twiss includes some account of the voyages of Drake, Vancouver, Gray, Broughton, et al. The two maps aid the British view of the Oregon question. A large one of north America shows a boundary including all of Oregon, although the more detailed map rather belies the argument by being based on a U.S. survey, evidently by Hood. Howes T442 (aa). Cow ... Read more

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Wash.: SD168, 1844. 224pp. Dbd. First edition. This treaty provided for the final extinction of Choctaw claims to land in Mississippi and the removal of the nation west of the Mississippi. The cession totaled 7,796,000 acres - many speculative frauds followed.

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