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Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. 1941. 1st edition. xiv+634pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good condition; dust jacket lightly shelf-worn at edges and faded on spine, is near very good condition.  *"Free speech and a free press, guaranteed by the Bill of Rights, are threatened in pace time as well as in the time of crisis. In this book, which supersedes his  Freedom of Speech, published in 1920 and long out of print, Professor Chafee discusses the meaning of freedom of speech in the First Amendment to the Constitution of the United States as it has been interpreted by the Supreme Court, and gives an account of all the important events and decisions since 1917 affecting open discussion."
FROM PLYMOUTH NOTCH TO PRESIDENT. The Farm Boyhood of Calvin Coolidge.
Taftsville, Vt.:The Countryman Press. 1978. 100pp. Illus. Autographed by the author. Wrps. slightly soiled, with evidence of shelfwear. Pages clean and unmarked. Overall a very good copy. 
Sain Tathan:Wales Books. 2002. 104pp. Illus. Stiff wrappers. A fine copy.
FRONTIER TRAILS. The Autobiography of...... Edited by Edward Everett Dale.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. 1930. xvii+237pp. Illustrated. 1st edition. Hard cover.  A very good, clean copy. Rust boards lightly soiled and shelf-worn with wear to spine ends. Internally, aside from age-toning to end-papers and some mild foxing to first several pages (through title page) a very good clean copy. The binding is tight and hinges intact.  See Adam's SIX GUNS #371; HOWES US-IANA #C-118;
J. & G. S. Gideon. 1848. 8pp. Self-wrappers. Testimonials by many political and military figures, together with his opinions on war, his humanity, his indomitable courage, his fearlessness, his firmness and determination, his vigilance in protecting his soldiers against imposition. Minor fraying of edges, otherwise a very good copy.
GENERAL WILLIAM KING. Merchant, Shipbuilder, and Maine's First Governor.
Camden, Maine: Down East Books. (1980). 182pp. Illus. Hard bound. With dust jacket. Except for previous owner's book-plate centered on front fly leaf, a fine copy. Dust jacket lightly frayed and worn. 
362pp. *Harvard Guide to American History.
Thomaston, Maine. ca:1846-48. Five (5) receipts for payments assessed on shares in the stock of the Georges Canal Company. *"The Georges Canal Company, with a capitol of from 50000. to 100000. was incorporated July 2nd for rendering navigable the upper waters of the George's River." (Cyrus Eaton, History of Thomaston)
GROUND ARMS!  An Oration....
delivered at the Celebration of the 170th. Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. Philadelphia:1893. 22pp. Wrps. A v.g. copy with an old fold down the middle. S007..
GROWING UP IN THE COOPER COUNTRY. Boyhood recollections of the New York frontier.
(Syracuse):Syracuse University Press. 1965. 198pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Jacket shows some light wear to the edges along with a little soiling to the covers. There is some chipping along the edges as well, most notably at the base of the spine and a piece missing from the top of the spine. Otherwise in good condition. Book itself shows some mild shelf-wear. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, save for an inscription from the editor on the first free end-paper and his signature on the title page. Overall, a very good copy with a good dust jacket.
GUILTY OR NOT GUILTY?  Account of The Trials of The Leo Frank Case; The D. C. Stephenson Case; The Samuel Insull Case; The Alger Hiss Case.;
NY:Bobbs Merrill Company, Inc. (1952). 287pp. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book in very good, clean condition; dust jacket in good condition with overall shelf-wear and wear to edges. S009.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons. 1914. 280 pp and folded maps. Illustrated. Hardcover. Binding is worn at the spine and edge-points (in some places, to boards) and has a few small stains to the covers. Interior is clean and free of any stray markings. Plates are clear and bright. Pages show some age-toning. Some light foxing throughout. Map is fully intact and tucked into a pouch at the inside rear board.
HARLAN MINERS SPEAK. Report on Terrorism in the Kentucky Coal Fields.
New York: Da Capo Press. 1970. 348pp. Hard cover. An unabridged republication of the first edition published in 1932. Binding is mildly shelf-worn with some fading and soiling to the covers. Spine is lightly sun-faded. Interior is clean and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy.
Garden City, New York: Doubleday, Doran & Company, Inc. 1935. 78 pp. Wraps. Covers worn at the edges and spine. Front has a crease down the length, also has some liquid staining towards the bottom edge. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, a very good copy.
HENRY CLAY. Spokesman of the New West.
Boston:Houghton Mifflin Company. 1937. 570pp. Ex-library. Hardcover, no dust jacket. Front cover of missing jacket pasted down inside of rear binding. Binding shows some light shelf-wear to the edges and spine ends, with mild fading to the spine and soiling to the coers. Otherwise in very good condition. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings, save for a library book-plate pasted onto the inside-front board.

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