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DEATH'S HEADS, CHERUBS, URN AND WILLOW: A STYLISTIC ANALYSIS OF MARTHA'S VINEYARD TOMBSTONES. In THE DUKES COUNTY INTELLIGENCER, Vol. 10:3 February 1969.
1969. Pps. 179-200. Also includes Harold C. Wilson's A FAIRE ISLAND FOR MARTHA. Pps. 201-207. Wrps. A very good copy. H061
(Orleans, MA):(Lower Cape Publishing). (2004). 270pp. Softcover. Extensively illustrated. Very good copy, autographed by the author. A verbal history about the people who created a community on the outer beach off Chatham and Orleans. Many cabins, built out of nothing but scavenged material, began as primitive hunting camps.
Nantucket: Nantucket Historical Association. 1958. 43pp. Illus. Soft cover.Also includes Michael Bachman's SHIPWRECKS AROUND NANTUCKET SINCE 1940 and other articles. *Ex-library one-line hand-stamp at base of wrappers. Sticker removed top right edge. Y003.
Cuttyhunk Island:(Reynolds-DeWalt Printing Inc.). 1976. 158pp. Illustrated. Hardcover with wax paper jacket. An excellent copy. Binding is clean albeit mildly shelf-worn. Interior is clean, bright and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a very good copy.
Orleans:The first Encounter Press. 1987. 48pp. Illus. Wrps. Autographed by the author. An excellent copy. S012.
[Wellfleet]: Cape Cod National Seashore. (1998). 208pp. Illus. + 3 fold. maps. Stiff wrps. A fine copy.
HISTORY OF LEVI CROWELL as written by himself including THE DIARY OF HIS INCACERATION IN A CONFEDERATE PRISON, 1862..
114pp. Illus. Hard bound. Fine copy.Levi Crowell\'s youngest brother was the founder of Thomas Y. Crowell Publishing Company Y019.
Chatham, Ma.: Stage Neck Road Publications. 1993. 91pp. Soft cover. Autographed presentation copy. A fine copy. S008.
Duxbury: Duxbury Rural & Historical Society. 2008. 138pp. Extensively illustrated. Soft cover. A fine copy. S001.
MARTHA'S VINEYARD IN 1792 -- A DIARY. In DUKES COUNTY INTELLIGENCER,, Novemebr 1966 and May, 1967. Voll 8:#2 and 4.
Pp. 23-32 and 96-101. Also includes THE STEAMER MONOHANSETT AND THE HARD WINTER OF 1885 BY CAPTAIN CHARLES C. SMITH (This article consists of entries from Captain Smiths journal for the steamer Monohansett for the year 1885); PLANT LIFE AND THE ISLAND COLONISTS by Nelson Coon; and some old photographs of THE WESLEYAN GROVE CAMP GROUND.
Boston, MA:L. Prang & Co. 1889. 10 plates. Oblong. Stiff boards. Minor soiling of the boards, and the spine covering is quite chipped, else very good. Internally, there is a small previous owners signature in pencil on the first free end-page; the binding is tight and the plates are in excellent condition. A very good copy.
Bourne:The Bourne Historic Commission. (1992). 153pp. Illustrated. First edition. Binding is lightly shelf-worn. Gilt on cover and spine remain bright and unfaded. Interior is clean and free of stray markings. Overall, this is a fine copy.
Concord, New Hampshire: The Rumford Press. 1923. 76 pp. Ex-library. Binding shows some minor wear to the edges and spine, which is lightly sun-faded. Internally clean, bright and free of stray markings, though there is a small library book-plate on front fly-leaf accompanied by a brief notation inked above it. Some foxing throughout. Overall, a very good copy.
Boston: Allen and Ticknor. 1833. 399pp + errata page. Illustrated throughout. A few previous owners signatures on the front end-pages. Moderate foxing scattered throughout. The last free end-page (a blank) has a small tear with no loss of paper. The binding is soiled, but otherwise this is a very good, tight copy. *The 2nd part is entitled ON TROUT, INTERSPERSED WITH REMARKS ON THE THEORY AND PRACTICE OF ANGLING...it discusses angling in the Mashpee and Sandwich area. S013.
Boston:A. Williams and Company. 1881. 99pp. Hardcover. 1st edition. With 2 mounted albumen photographs tipped in. (Plymouth Rock and Canopy and Pilgrim Hall, Plymouth). Green decorated boards, rubbed and lightly soiled with wear to edges but gilt still bright on spine. Internally, save for some general age-toning, a very good, tight, clean copy.
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