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Waltham, Ma., 1963. 769pp. Original cloth. A must tool for use with the U.S. Serials set. A subject guide to all House and Senate documents up to and including the 52nd Congress.

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N.Y.,: Alpern and Ricketts for Charles Everitt, 1938. First edition. [23],17,[1]pp. Original 16 mo printed wrappers. One of 108 copies printed. Most of the adventures occur in and around Detroit 1747.

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Albany: E. E. Hosford, 1810. Second Edition, corrected and improved.. (38),620,(2)pp. Contemp. brown calf. Leather label, marbled edges. Rubbed, marble edges faded. Richmond, Shaker Literature: A bibliography 1470. Sabin 79729. Shaw and Shoemaker 22127. The primary publication of the faith and principles of the people known as "Shakers." "The authoritative statement of Shaker theology." , Shaker Literature.

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Austin: Overland, 1981. Illus., map. Half leather over gold stamped boards, plain dust jacket.. One of 325 copies. Numbered and signed by the printer and author of the foreword, Tom Whitridge and Ron Tyler. This was the first book in English devoted entirely to Texas. Bradford 2348. Howes H593. Jones 935. Rader 1912. Raines p.116. Sabin 32528. Streeter 1135. Graff 1934.

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Boston: Noyes, 1856. 72pp. Original gold stamped sm 8vo brown cloth. Sabin 2933. Hammond p.20. Very scarce and interesting account of the White Mountains in the fall. He spent hours on Mt. Washington without food, shelter, or fire, with snow and ice only for drink. His sole protection was an umbrella. The front flyleaf: "N.R. Preston, Boston, July 1, 1857..

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Albuquerque, 1941. [11],233pp. Illus. Original decorated cloth, light library marking on lower spine. First edition. One of 350 numbered copies. Not in Howes, Graff, Eberstadt or Decker. Contains their experiences with the Army of the West, 1849 - 1854; settlement and strife, 1854-1859, Civil War on the border; etc. A scarce work.

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TO MY FRIENDS

Sprague, Homer Baxter

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[San. F.,, 1886]. First Edition. 34pp. Dbd. as issued, with Sprague's rubber stamp on first leaf of text Sprague was the President of Mills College and Seminary. Not in Cowan. His disagreements about education with Mrs. Mill led to his being ousted by the board of directors.

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[Washington: Buell an dBlanchard, 1856]. First edition. 8pp. Disbound in cloth box. A listing of six "prominent errors and misstatements," defending the company and its goals

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Cincinnati: Wrightson, 1856. First Edition. 23pp. dbd. Burt was the President of the Company. He extols the importance of the company and its way west for commerce

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Wash., , 1846. First edition. Sections # 3-7 only, oblong folio, with strip as binding (26 x 166 inches). In cloth slipcase. One of the finest overland maps. Eberstadt Cat 137:518: "This valuable overland guide map must to be confused with those found in Fremont's reports. Preuss was topographer on the... first expedition and herein records the daily stopping places, with notes on the country, water, wood, game, Indians and other subjects of interest or reasons for caution along the way. Each of the seven map extracts from Fremont's report relevant to the portion of the road depicted." Wagner-Camp-Becker 115 (note). Wheat, Transmississippi West Vol. 3 pp.25-29, with all sections included. The map is #523 (lists by title and mileage all 7 parts). Streeter Sale 3100. Graff 3360.

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Edinburgh: Oliver and Boyd, 1835. First Edition. [10],473pp. Contemp. half morocco.. Howes S425. Buck 263: "Shirreff seems to be a careful observer and his book is of considerable value." TPL 1809. Graff 3763.

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[Phila.], 1855. First edition. Large folded map, colored, 35" x 21 1/2", folded into gold stamped cloth covers.(old stain 0n front cover and a few spots on rear cover) Shows streams, roads, towns, post offices, county seats, works of international improvements, etc. Henn, Williams and Co., was located in Fairfield, Iowa.

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TRAILS OF YESTERDAY.

Bratt, John.

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Lincoln, Nb.: [printed in Chicago], 1921. First edition. [12],302pp. Illus., 22 plates. Original pictorial gold stamped small 4to cloth. Howes B725: "A cow-puncher's experience in the Platte Valley." Adams Herd 310: "Mr. Bratt was a well-known cattleman in the early days..." Merrill Aristocrat. Dobie p.97. Reese Six Score 13. Most of his narrative is devoted to the development of the ranching industry on the central plains.

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Muscatine, Ia, 1878. First Edition. 551,(53),(50),(113),(4)pp. Illus., 5 ports. Original cloth. Contains 5 complete reports bound in one volume.

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New York: Riley, 1809. First Edition. three vlumes: (12), 330; (6), 309; (6), 312pp. Paper boards and paper spines. Howes K74. Larned 1643. Tuckerman: America and Her Commentators p.206: "No previous work on this country so fully explains the state polity and organization of New England, and the social facts connected therewith... He analyzes the municipal system and the social development with so much knowledge and fairness, that the political and economical student will find more data and detail in his work than, at that period, were elsewhere obtainable. It still serves as an authentic memorial of the region of country described at that transition era.

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Boston: Wright & Hasty, 1852. First edition. 138pp. Original printed wrappers, half inch separation at top and lower front joint; in a half morocco slipcase. Deering copy with his leather bookplate Cowan p.128. Graff 746. Wagner-Camp 210. Howes C451. Clarke was the secretary of this company which for the most part came from around Springfield, Ma. The route he travelled had not been previously described. The party reached Los Angeles July 9, 1849. Clarke spent the winter of 1850--51 at Sacramento and Marysville and along the Yuba River. Wheat 41. Kurutz 1380. Sabin 13393. Streeter Sale 2144. Reese Best of the west 250: 123: "This classic overland narrative describes a trip to California by the southern route....

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TREASURE LAND. A STORY. VOL. 1.

Hilzinger, John G.

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Tucson, 1897. First edition. 160pp. Illus. Original printed pictorial wrappers(small nick at foot of spine) This was the first volume of a projected series, but the subsequent volumes never were issued. A very detailed history/promotional on Arizona, with a good chapter on the cattle trade, fauna and flora, business opportunities, etc. Adams Herd 1039. "Compliments of H. Currier Jones, Tucson, Ariz.

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New York., 1811. 288pp. Illus., 18 plates, most show some foxing. Modern marbled boards with cloth spine, printed paper label on upper spine. First edition Divided into four parts: Part I: Historical account of the sundry bridges erected in different parts of the world. Part II: Mathematical description of the flying pendent lever bridge as invented by the author. Part III: General remarks on the nature and strength of timber. Part VI: A description of the author's patentt chain bar arc for buildings. Shaw 232721. Sabin 64123. Rink. 2658. Condit: Amerian Building Art pp.86-87. Hitchcock 946. A rare American work on bridge building, which describes Pope's plan for a great "flying pendent lever bridge" over the Hudson River. This is only the second American book on the subject of bridge building, the first being AN ESSAY ON BUILDING WOODEN BRIDGES (1797), by Charles W. Peale. Pope surveys the world's great bridges and includes handsome engravings of the Hampton Court Bridge, Wearmouth-Bri ... Read more

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N.Y., Disturnell, 1857. 406pp. Illus., 14 vignettes, maps, and plates. Original gold stamped decorated covers and spine. chipped at top and bottom of spine, no text affected. 12 mo cloth. First edition. Howes D355. Not in Graff. Much on the states of the U. S. and provinces of Canada that fall along the Great Lakes. TPL 3720. The map is very large and folded. It is affixed to the inside rear cover.

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Glendale, Clark, 1936. 215pp. Original cloth.(spine faded). First edition. One of 500 numbered copies. Luna was in Florida and much of the South in the 16th century.

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