Title: John Hart: The biography of a signer of the ...
Publisher: Pioneer Press, Newfane VT
Publication Date: 1977
Binding: Hard cover
Illustrator: Waterhouse, Charles Edward (Frontispiece composite portrait by)
Edition: Bicentennial Edition..
xv, 357 p.; 24 cm. Red cloth covered boards; gold stamped titles & rifle logo, spine. Facsimile signature, titles stamped on cover. B&W photos. Maps. Bibliography. Index. RARE Non-fiction: Little was commonly known about John Hart until the author and his spouse happened to purchase the home Hart once had in Hopewell NJ. Hart was one of 5 representing New Jersey at the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Hammond's research took 25 years in reaching this completed work. Very good. No dust jacket. Ex-library. Signed by previous owner. Inscription "For All the Patrons of the Moore Free Library and Citizens of Newfane, Vermont from The Publisher". Minor tape residue on, near, spine. Barely read. Bookseller Inventory # Alibris.12130000443
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