Title: Pennsylvania Archives, Second Series, Vol. ...
Publisher: Clarence M. Busch, Harrisburg, PA
Publication Date: 1896
Book Condition: G+
Marbled paper over boards with leather spine and corners. Rebacked with matching black leather. Marbled paper is lightly rubbed. Marbled endpapers. The front one has a few small tears repaired with archival tape. Strong hinges. Fold-out, color maps, 4 more fold-outs in pockets inside the boards (3 Charters and 1 William Penn letter). Contains Papers Relating to Provincial Affairs in Pennsylvania, 1682-1750; Papers Relating to the Boundary Dispute Between Pennsylvania and Maryland, 1734-1760; The Narrative of Marie Le Roy and Barbara Leininger; Journal of Col. James Burd of the Provincial Service, 1760; Journal Kept at Fort Augusta, 1763; Papers Relating to the Dutch and Swedish Settlements on the Delaware River. 887 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 032304
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