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Hugh Wynn Free Quaker :Sometime Brevet Lieutenant-Colonel on the Staff of His Excellency General George Washington By S. Weir Mitchell. The story of a young Philadelphia man whose conflict between his pacifist religion and sense of patriotism took him from the enlisted ranks to the General Staff of the Continental Army. This edition published in 1900 by The Century Co. N.Y. 12 illustrations. A little wobbly but overall in good condition for a 100& year old book. The spine has darkened more than the front & back boards. An excellent story. $20.00
The Lasting of the Mohicans (History of an American Myth) By Martin Barker & Roger Sabin. Why has this book by J.F. Cooper been so popular since it was published in 1826? Why has it been the subject of many films from 1909 to 1992, television shows and TV movies, countless editions of books, comic books, toys and lunch boxes? These two British historians give their ideas. Well written with lots of vintage photos and illustrations. Soft cover. Regular price of this book in New condition is $16.95. Several available at only $13.00. $13.00
The Cultural Life of the American Colonies By Louis B. Wright. Trade paperback size, 320 pages. Covers the cultural evolution in colonial America from 1607 to 1763; developements in religion, literature, education and social thought. Other topics: The agrarian society, influence of non-English elements, drama, music, architecture, decorative arts, and scientific interests. New condition. Suggested retail price $14.95 $14.00
A New York Family by Edgar Fawcett. 1891 1st edition from Cassell Publishing Co. Illustrated by the famous Thomas Nast and others. Tammany Hall, Boss Tweed, Moguls, Magnates and all the usual suspects in a novel of many generations of New Yorkers by author & poet Edgar Fawcett who wrote The Evil That Men Do, and a many many others.. VERY SCARCE! In near antique fine condition. A few minor scuff marks on the covers, appropriate yellowing to the pages, but a very nice looking book. $75.00
Problems of the Feminine in Fairytales by Marie-Louise Von Franz. Trade paperback, 1972 in near fine condition. Discusses fairytales from the 17th century onward. $5.00
St. Louis, a Fond Look Back from The First National Bank [of St. Louis] on celebration of the city's impending 200th birthday and the bank's 100th anniversary. Begins around 1763, goes into the fur trade era with many period illustrations and ends in 1956 with more modern photos. 81/2 x 11 format softcover. 1st [and probably only] edition. Reproductions of many historical documents and photos from museums. Inside the pages are perfect. The cover has some yellowing around the white border and there are some scuffs on the back. A great book for anyone who is intersted in the city or the gateway to the old west. $8.00
Iron in the Pines by Arthur D. Pierce. The Story of New Jersey's Ghost Towns and Bog Iron. Trade paperback 1984 reprint of the 1957 book. Illustrated. Many primary sources referenced. Goes back to NJ in the mid-18th century. Interesting book of the old Northeast. $8.00
Canal Days in America by Harry Sinclair Drago. Stated 1st edition 1972 from Clarkson N. Potter, Publisher, NY. Loads of great illustrations and photos. Covers the 1790's through the mid-19th century. Discusses "The Canal Craze" and the over 4000 miles of canals built in the eastern half of the US. Original dust jacket has a few splits and chips. The book inside and out is in fine condition. $10.00
The New England Gun... The First Two Hundred Years. By Merrill Lindsay. 1st soft cover edition, 1975 in new condition with only some handling wear on the covers. (the "flash-splash" created white on the photo that is not on the books) I have three (3) copies all in unused condition. Great photos of museum and privatly owned guns and accoutrements. For the student of very early pieces and later New England rifles. Includes lists of gunmakers by state. $29.00


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