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EUREKA. FROM CLEVELAND BY SHIP TO CALIFORNIA 1849-1850
Durham, NC:Duke University Press. 1959. 145pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with dust jacket in very good condition. S013.
$25.00
EVERY DAY BUT SUNDAY. The Romantic Age of New England Industry.
Mansfield, MA:Mansfield Press. (1956). 2nd edition. 294pp. With dust jacket. Jacket frayed at edges, otherwise a very good, tight clean copy.
$20.00
FALLACY OF NEUTRALITY. AN ADDRESS BY THE HON. JOSEPH HOLT, TO THE PEOPLE OF KENTUCKY, DELIVERED AT LOUISIVILLE, JULY 13th, 1861; Also, HIS LETTER TO J. F. SPEED, ESQ.
New York: James G. Gregory. 1861. 31p. Sewn wrps. Covers soiled with some chipping along edges with the spine strip chipped at top and bottom edges. Internally a half-inch diagonal slice through all pages at top margin not affecting text. Externally the slice continues, also light fraying of edges, otherwise a tight clean copy. Two strong pro-Union statements by a Kentucky Democrat who had been in Buchanan's Cabinet and became the first Judge Advocate-General of the U. S. Army, in September, 1862. He was largely influential in preventing Kentucky from seceding. See DAB for additional information. Sabin #32650.
$25.00
FATHER COUGHLIN'S RADIO DISCOURSES, 1931-1932.
Royal Oak, Michigan: The Radio League of the Little Flower, 239pp. 1932. Soft cover. 1st. ed. Discourses preached from the pulpit of the Shrine of the Little Flower, Royal Oak. Michigan....A very good tight copy. Cover sun-faded at the spine and top edges.  S057
$10.00
FATHER COUGHLIN'S RADIO DISCOURSES, 1931-32.
Royal Oak, MI: The Radio League of the Little Flower. 1932. 239pp. Softcover. Externally some overall soiling to covers, internally in very good clean condition.
$10.00
FATHER COUGHLIN. THE TUMULTUOUS LIFE OF THE PRIEST OF THE LITTLE FLOWER.
Boston: Little, Brown and Company. (1973). 317 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Jacket is worn at the edges with many chips to the top and bottom of the spine. Otherwise clean and in good condition. Internally clean and free of stray markings, save for a previous owner's signature, address and phone number on second free end paper. All in all a very good copy.
$17.50
FIFTEENTH REPORT OF THE UNITED STATES CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION JULY 1, 1897. TO JUNE 30,1898.
Washington: Government Printing Office. 1899. 736 pp. Hardbound. Ex-library copy. Binding is worn and faded at the edges and spine, which is significantly sun-faded. Internally clean and free of stray markings, with some age-toning to pages. Small library book-plate pasted down inside front binding. Otherwise a fine tight, clean copy.
$25.00
FIFTY YEARS OF PARTY WARFARE, 1789-1837
Indianapolis: The Bobbs-Merrill Company. (1931). 506 pp. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Dust jacket is torn and chipped along the edges, and several pieces are missing from the spine; it is otherwise in good condition. The book itself shows only minor signs of wear and the inside is mark free. A very good, clean copy.
$17.50
FIGHTING CONFEDERATES.
New York:Dorset Press. (1990). 314pp. With dust jacket. A very good copy. Reprint of 1968 edition. Accounts of Jefferson Davis; Joseph E. Johnson; Nathan Bedford Forest; James Ewell Brown Stuart, (otherwise known as JEB Stuart); Thomas Jonathan Jackson and Robert E. Lee.
$8.00
FIRST BLOOD. THE STORY OF FORT SUMTER.
373pp. *Harvard Guide to American History.
$8.50
FIRST CHURCH IN MIDDLEBOROUGH, MASS.: MR. PUTNAM 'S CENTURY AND HALF DISCOURSES; AN HISTORICAL ACCOUNT; AND A CATALOGUE OF MEMBERS.
(Middleborough, Mass.): First Church of Middleborough. 1854. 55 pp. Hardcover. Boards show some significant fading but otherwise displays only minor shelf wear. Inscription by a previous owner on the first fly leaf. Some light foxing throughout but otherwise clean. A very good copy.
$70.00
FOLLOWING THE PRAIRIE FRONTIER.
(Minneapolis): The University of Minnesota Press. 1931. 265 pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket is worn at the edges and spine with several small chips and tears. Spine shows some sun-fading and light soiling. Binding is only lightly shelf-worn. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, save for a small dated signature penciled onto the top left corner of the second free end-paper.
$24.50
FORGED IN STRONG FIRES. The Early Life and Experiences of John Edward Dalton
As told by John Edward Dalton, looking back over the years and taken down and edited by M. P. Wentworth. Illustrated by Cecil Smith. Caldwell, ID: The Caxton Printers Ltd. 1948. 373pp. With dust jacket. A very good copy.  Rust boards lightly soiled with some overall shelfwear. Internally, pages are clean and bright with no previous owners marks or signatures. The dust jacket is near very good condition, lightly soiled with some shelfwear to edges, with small chips and tears.
$25.00
FORTS OF THE UPPER MISSOURI
Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: Prentice-Hall, Inc. (1967). 339 pp. Illustrated. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Dust jacket is lightly worn around the edges with some small holes on the spine. Book itself shows only minor shelf wear and is in very good condition. Interior is clean and free of stray markings, with bright plates. A very good copy.
$15.00
FORTY YEARS OF DIVERSITY. Essays on colonial Georgia.
Athens, GA: The University of Georgia Press. (1984). 324pp. Illustrated. Hardcover w/ dust jacket. Both the dust jacket and the book itself are in near fine condition. There is no visible wear, tearing, or fraying to the dust jacket. The book is clean on the inside. No markings or inscriptions of any kind.
$30.00

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