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BY THE FLOW OF THE INLAND RIVER; THE SETTLEMENT OF COLUMBUS, MISSISSIPPI TO 1825.

Kaye, Samuel H., Rufus Ward, Jr., and Carolyn B. Neault. George S. Gaines (Appendix).

Published by Columbus, MS: Samuel H. Kaye, Rufus Ward, Jr., and Carolyn B. Neault [Snapping Turtle Press], 1992. (1992)

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Item Description: Columbus, MS: Samuel H. Kaye, Rufus Ward, Jr., and Carolyn B. Neault [Snapping Turtle Press], 1992., 1992. First edition (not stated). Paginated as [8], 1-119, A1-A38, 1-19. Paperback: H 21.5cm x L 13.75cm. Light gray paper covers, spine ends lightly nicked, minor soiling to front cover. Interior pages are clean. Binding retains some crispness. A very good+ copy of an uncommon local history publication. Eleven chapters review the history and development of Columbus, Mississippi from the era of Spanish exploration to the arrival of the town's earliest settlers prior to 1825. Includes Bibliography, Index, and separately numbered 38 page appendix titled as NOTES ON EARLY DAYS OF SOUTH ALABAMA by George S. Gaines. Bookseller Inventory # 214-7082

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BY THE FLOW OF THE INLAND RIVER; THE SETTLEMENT OF COLUMBUS, MISSISSIPPI TO 1825.

Kaye, Samuel H., Rufus Ward, Jr., and Carolyn B. Neault. George S. Gaines (Appendix).

Published by Columbus, MS: Samuel H. Kaye, Rufus Ward, Jr., and Carolyn B. Neault [Snapping Turtle Press], 1992. (1992)

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Item Description: Columbus, MS: Samuel H. Kaye, Rufus Ward, Jr., and Carolyn B. Neault [Snapping Turtle Press], 1992., 1992. First edition (not stated). Paginated as [8], 1-119, A1-A38, 1-19. Paperback: H 21.5cm x L 13.75cm. Light gray paper covers, light toning to spine and along edges of front cover, soiling and toning in vertical pattern to rear cover. Light toning to edges with small light stain to top edge. Interior pages are clean. Binding remains fairly crisp. A very good copy. An uncommon local history publication featuring eleven chapters review the history and development of Columbus, Mississippi from the era of Spanish exploration to the arrival of the town's earliest settlers prior to 1825. Includes Bibliography, Index, and separately numbered 38 page appendix titled as NOTES ON EARLY DAYS OF SOUTH ALABAMA by George S. Gaines. Bookseller Inventory # 214-7457

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BY THE FLOW OF THE INLAND RIVER; THE SETTLEMENT OF COLUMBUS, MISSISSIPPI TO 1825.

Kaye, Samuel H., Rufus Ward, Jr., and Carolyn B. Neault. George S. Gaines (Appendix).

Published by Columbus, MS: Samuel H. Kaye, Rufus Ward, Jr., and Carolyn B. Neault [Snapping Turtle Press], 1992. (1992)

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Item Description: Columbus, MS: Samuel H. Kaye, Rufus Ward, Jr., and Carolyn B. Neault [Snapping Turtle Press], 1992., 1992. First edition (not stated) INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY AUTHORS WARD AND NEAULT. Paginated as [8], 1-119, A1-A38, 1-19. Paperback: H 21.5cm x L 13.75cm. Light gray paper covers soiled with some light toning. Interior pages are clean. Binding retains some crispness. A very good copy inscribed in ink "For Mary Alice" followed by the ink signatures of Rufus Ward, Jr. and Carolyn B. Neault all upon the title page. An uncommon local history publication featuring eleven chapters review the history and development of Columbus, Mississippi from the era of Spanish exploration to the arrival of the town's earliest settlers prior to 1825. Includes Bibliography, Index, and separately numbered 38 page appendix titled as NOTES ON EARLY DAYS OF SOUTH ALABAMA by George S. Gaines. Bookseller Inventory # 214-7472

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