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[Laramie, Wy., Powder River], 1954. First edition. [9],277pp. Illus., original cloth, d.j. Adams Herd 1256(expurgated issue with pp. 13-54 and several illustrations replaced): "A thorough study of the trial and execution of Tom Horn. More than half the book is about the trial, including the questions of attorneys and the answers of the witnesses as the case progressed..." Adams Guns 1287. Singed by Krakel on endpaper. # 632 stamped on front endpaper as well.

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Oneida, N.Y.: Oneida Community, 1876. First edition. 48pp. Original printed wrappers. A scarce work by this Oneida Community stalwart.

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Juneau, Alaska, 1938. First edition. . 275pp. Illus., map. Original cloth. One of the 500 copies printed. Chapter son the occupation, the boundary question, arbitration, etc. A scarce and important work. Inscribed presentation copy from Shiels on rear of map.

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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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Ogdensburg, N.Y.: Sprague, 1855. First edition. 324pp.(some foxing in text). Original black cloth,( chipped at top and bottom of spine; spine faded so that none of the gold stamping is visible on the gold stamped spine). Graff 2892. Howes L84. Jones 1336. Matthews p.326. Rader 2201. Sabin 38904. Streeter 3179. Wagner-Camp-Becker 258: "Langworthy crossed the Missouri river at Council Bluffs on May 14, 1850. He reached Fort Laramie on June 13, South Pass on June 29, Granite Pass by way of Salt Lake City on September 9, and the Humboldt Sink on October 2. He crossed over the Sierra Nevada by way of Carson Pass, and arrived at Ringgold, near Placerville, on October 21, a total of 160 days from departure. The overland journey occupied the first 180 pages of the book, with the balance devoted to describing California and the return trip via Nicaragua...." Cowan p.383. Flake 4742: "Mormons in 'Canesville'; Mormon speculations. Also a trip through Salt Lake City in 1850 with notes of Mormoni ... Read more

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Wash.: McGill, 1860. First edition. 294pp. Original 12 mo cloth, gold stamped spine faded, ex-library markings on front endpaper and verso of title page. Pages 9-59 deal with New Orleans, mardi-gras, and Natchez; pages 60-128 contain material on temperance, Indian mounds, Yazoo lands, the Choctaws and Mississippi. Pages 129-294 contain prose essays, and his poetry. Not in Howes, Clark, Eberstadt, Decker or Larned.

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Petaluma, Ca., 1898. First edition. Illus., frontis. Original cloth.(back cover a rippled) Cowan p.149. Howes C870. Smith 2098. Graff 911. Crawford left Illinois for Oregon in 1851, crossing the plains with a small party of travelers. In 1858, he moved to California, there settling in the Sonoma Valley. Included here is his account of the two years he spent in the Powder River Mines.

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New York, 1936. 2 vols. [61],609pp. Illus., Original cloth( dust jackets on both volumes) New and revised edition(best edition). Hoes B1006. Much on Hudson's Bay, Northwest passage, Hearne, Kelsey, LaVerendrye, French explorers, Peter Pond, Alexander Henry, David Thompson, Canada west, fur trade, etc.

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Boston: Rogers and Fowls, 1743. First Edition. (30), (18), 424pp. Old staining at bottom of leaves. Bound in recent full morocco. Evans 5151. Sabin 12327. Vermont Bib. p.322. An attack on the Great Awakening and on Edwards and Whitefield.

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N.Y.,: Goodspeed, etc, [1873]. 319pp. Illus, port. Bound with REPLY TO AN ARTICLE " ON ESCHATOLOGY, OR THE SECOND COMING OF CHRIST..." N.Y., Goodspeed; London, Ont., Lawrence, [1873]. 153,[2]pp. Original decorated cloth, some light discoloration on spine.

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Salem, Ma.: Cushing, 1796. First Edition. (6),273pp. Original 12mo full calf. Nichol: The Midnight Cry, p.536. The author died and the work had been almost forgotten. It was reprinted in 1841 as Second Advent Library #4. Evans 31225.A very early and scarce Millerite work. This is the kind of book William Miller could have read as a young man growing up in Vermont, that would have influenced his thinking about his religious upbringing. Himes would not have republished it unless he felt it was an important part of the Millerites thinking.

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N.p., [1877]. 32pp. Illus. Original printed self front wrapper. First edition. Eberstadt Cat. 127:324: "Reasons for Nebraska's rapid growth, with the results of the Homestead Bill in stimulating emigration.

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Chicago: Cook, 1875. First Edition. 22pp. Original 12mo printed wrappers. A diatribe on secret societies.

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Cheyenne, Wy: Glascke, 1878. First edition. [16],149pp. Contemporary half calf over plain boards. Acts and laws relating to bonds, compensation, marriage, real estate, schools, stock, timber, wagon roads, etc. Stopka 1878.4 (Formerly Wyoming Imprints Inventory # 36)

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London, Longman, 1860 2 vols.: [25],445; [12],[1]-46,[466]pp. Illus., large folding map of the Indian tribes of North America and 59 colored plates. Contmp full calf, all edges gilt, spines are fully decorated. The spines also contain gold stamped leather labels.(Boxed; bound by Sangorski and Sutcliffe) First edition. Howes D410. Raines p.70. Wagner-Camp-Becker 356:1. Graff 1121. Flake 2973. Wheat, Transmississippi 1008. An interesting narrative of travel with much material on the Indians of the region. Wheat, finds the map of interest for its markings of the Oregon Trail.

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Cheyenne, 1942. First edition. 273pp. Illus. Original pictorial wrappers. Adams Herd 2141. Reese Six Score 101: "Excellent history of the cattle industry in Wyoming..." Howes S850.

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Buffalo, N.Y.: Matthews, 1887. First Edition. 46pp. of text with illus. and maps on colored paper. Original pict. wrappers. The illustrations were done by the author, a native of San Mateo, California. Rocq 14555.

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London: 1850. First edition. 2 vols.:[15],[1],352;[8],346pp. Illus., 2 frontis., 18 plates, 5 maps, 2 of which are folded. Contemporary 12 mo half calf, gold stamped spine. The half titles which are often lacking are in this copy. Not in Howes, Graff, Streeter, Soliday or Strathern. TPL 1426: "Prepared from notes and sketches made while the author was engaged in geological pursuits in Canada, 1818-1827." ..." In 1822 he was appointed British secretary and medical officer to the Boundary Commission, and for several years he made extensive and important geological researches, contributing papers to the American Journal of Science and other scientific journals; and later embodying an account of his travels in a book entitled The Shoe and The Canoe(1850)...".Wikepedia

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THE SHORTER CATECHISM WITH PROOF TEXTS

Chamberlin, Rev. Amory Nelson [trans. and comp.]

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First edition. [Indian Territory]. 1892. 44pp. in Cherokee (titplepage in Cherokee and English) on eleven unfolded, unbound leaves (6 x 8 inches). very good. A scarce imprint from what was likely the "third and last press made for printing with the Sequoyah syllabary" (CHRONICLES OF OKLAHOMA, cited in Foreman). Amory Nelson Chamberlin represented his family's third generation of missionaries to the Cherokee, operating from a church in Pheasant Hill, near what is now Vinita, Oklahoma. "Mr. Chamberlin devoted all his time to teaching, preaching, translating books, hymns and parts of the Bible and to any other service which promised to contribute to the mental, moral, spiritual and social development of the people who came under his influence. In order to promote his work to the best advantage he had repeatedly requested a hand-printing-press and finally through the headquarters of the missionary society the press was purchased and sent to Mr. Chamberlin.... The page issued from this pr ... Read more

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Augusta, Ga.: Chronicle, 1890. 31pp., uncut. Original printed small 4to gray wrappers, small triangle missing at lower inner margin. Dornbusch 2738.

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