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THE STURGIS FAMILY OF YARMOUTH. Library of Cape Cod History & Genealogy #82.
Yarmouthport, Ma.: C. W. Swift. 1912. 4pp. Soft cover. 1st. ed. Fine copy. Y016.
$20.00
THE TRAGEDY OF MONOMOY BEACH. The Graveyard of the Atlantic.
70pp. Soft-cover. Fine copy. At the time of this tragedy in 1902, the author was attached to the Monomoy Lifeboat station of the LifeSaving Service. Also includes a listing of Chatham and Harwich individuals who were on active duty with the armed forces during World War 2.
$25.00
THE WHEELHOUSE LOAFER. Selections from Joseph Chase Allen's  Weekly  Longshore Log With the Fisherman  from THE VINEYARD GAZETTE, 1940-1960.
Boston:Little Brown & Company. (1966). 304pp. 1st. ed. With dust jacket. Selected and edited by Colbert Smith. Intro. by Henry Beetle Hough. An excellent copy. FB023
$14.50
THE WIDOW'S WALK. Volume 1, #1, 2, 3. (All published).
Chatham, Ma. 1948. Soft cover. 3 issues. Includes contributions by Kelsey, (photographs); John Cecil Holm, (drama); Harold Dunbar and Marion Crowell Ryder. S008.
$15.00
THE WILD MAN OF CAPE COD
Racine, WI: The Whitman Publishing Co. (1935). 216 pp. Mass Market Paperback. Covers are worn at the edges and spine but otherwise in good condition. Covers also lightly soiled. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, though the pages are significantly age-toned. All in all, a good copy.
$35.00
THE WOMEN OF PROVINCETOWN, 1915-1922.
245pp. Illus. With dust jacket. A fine copy. Account of the role of, and the significant contributions of women, to the development of modern American drama and theatre.
$27.00
THERE IS AN ISLAND THAT OWNS ME.
70pp. Soft cover. Internally very good, tight, copy. Wrapper lightly soiled. These essays selected by Leila Coburn from the VINEYARD GAZETTE. Author ran a column of recollections for many years in the GAZETTE. Y019.
$8.50
THEY KNEW THEY WERE PILGRIMS.  Essays in Plymouth History
New York:Poseidon Press. (1971). 1st edition. 213pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket. Dust jacket is lightly rubbed and shelf-worn otherwise in very good condition. The book is in near fine condition.
$15.00
THEY KNEW THEY WERE PILGRIMS. ESSAYS IN PLYMOUTH HISTORY.
213pp. Illus. Hard bound. With dust jacket. Internally a fine copy. Dust jacket lightly frayed. Y019.
$25.00
THREE CENTURIES OF CENTERVILLE SCENES. Vignettes of a Cape Cod Village.
183pp. Illus. With d.j. Fine copy. One of 1000 numbered and signed copies. Y011. CAPE COD; AMERICANA; NEW ENGLAND; CENTERVILLE; TOWN HISTORY
$75.00
TRAVEL LETTERS.
Yarmouthport, MA: The Register Press. 1943. 73pp. Autographed presentation copy. Eight (8) letters, written while President of the Cape Cod Farm Bureau (Cape Cod Extension Service) while traveling abroad on their business. Aside from some light mottling to the boards, a very good copy.
$15.00
TRURO, CAPE COD, AS I KNEW IT.
253pp. With dust jacket. Book in very good condition. Dust jacket frayed. The author, a native of Cape Cod, describes a day-to-day life in Truro at the turn of the 19th-20th century as he knew it. Here are the day-to-day activities of a hard-working, frugal, clannish group, some descendants of the earliest settlers through the descendants of the Portuguese fishermen. 
$40.00
WELLFLEET REMEMBERED. Past to present in pictures. Volume three.
Wellfleet, Ma.: Blue Butterfly Publications. (1983). 62pp. Illus. Wrps. Fine copy. Autographed on title page with an inscription on the verso of the title page, signed with author's initial. Slight soiling to covers, else near fine.
$15.00
WEST YARMOUTH HOUSES. SEVENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO. From Parker's River Westward.
21pp. Wrps. Light water-stain at top of margins; cover brittle at edges, Otherwise a very satisfactory copy. One a series of articles that appeared originally in the Yarmouth (Ma.) REGISTER.
$5.00
WHERE SEA & HISTORY MEET. 4000 Years of Life in Orleans.
Orleans, MA:Orleans Bicentennial Commission. 1997. 106pp. Illus. Wrps. A vert good copy. Y007.
$20.00