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FM 8: Winter 2013 (Paperback)

Fm 8 Winter 2013

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Item Description: Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Latest and greatest issue of FM, the world s fastest growing literary quarterly, featuring this month a special tribute to a an artist with great integrity and rare powers of observation, retention and distillation, in the form of down to earth lyrical poetry: Lou Reed. With contributions from many poets and musicians who came naturally under his influence: SOY BLANCO, CHRIS BODOR(who put together this tribute), JOHN DORSEY, TIM HALL, CHUCK HOWE, MICHAEL HENRY LEE, STEVEN MICHAEL PAPE, PUMA PERL, AMA REYNOLDS, KIMMY VAN KOOTEN(also responsible for the cover artwork of FM8), and M.L. WILLIAMS. This issue of FM is jam packed with poems and stories by poets and storytellers from around the world, including RATTY ADALAN, ELISA ADAMS, ROXANA BIANCHI ALZAMORA, FRAN AYERS, JAMES KENNETH BLAYLOCK, ROSEANNE TERRANOVA CIRIGLIANO, ANGELA DAVIS, D.B.DEAN, DANIEL D UWA, MELANIE MONTERREY EYTH, DAVID M. HENDERSON, JANE LYNAHAN KARKLIN, RANA KELLY, DEBORAH LEAH KREMPA, ALICJA KUBERSKA, BRENDA KING LANDRY, BRADLEY LEBLANC, KAUSHAL LOVESMITH, CORRINE-VALERIE MARIN, KERSTIN MARX, BOZENA MAZUR-NOWAK, STEVE MINCK, BECKY NORTHRUP, JAN POTEMKIN, CARL READER, CAMINO RELUCTANT, CARLA SHEPARD SIMS, DOUGLAS P. SMITH, STANISLAW STANIK, BEATA SZYL-TYLECKI, STELLA SZYMANIAK, ROBERT WALDNER, and BILL WISE. Also containing heartfelt musings and insights on the subjects of WINTER, and the passing of a King, NELSON MANDELA. Happy holidays to all!. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781494794323

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FM 8: Winter 2013 (Paperback)

Fm 8 Winter 2013

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Item Description: Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 229 x 152 mm. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Latest and greatest issue of FM, the world s fastest growing literary quarterly, featuring this month a special tribute to a an artist with great integrity and rare powers of observation, retention and distillation, in the form of down to earth lyrical poetry: Lou Reed. With contributions from many poets and musicians who came naturally under his influence: SOY BLANCO, CHRIS BODOR(who put together this tribute), JOHN DORSEY, TIM HALL, CHUCK HOWE, MICHAEL HENRY LEE, STEVEN MICHAEL PAPE, PUMA PERL, AMA REYNOLDS, KIMMY VAN KOOTEN(also responsible for the cover artwork of FM8), and M.L. WILLIAMS. This issue of FM is jam packed with poems and stories by poets and storytellers from around the world, including RATTY ADALAN, ELISA ADAMS, ROXANA BIANCHI ALZAMORA, FRAN AYERS, JAMES KENNETH BLAYLOCK, ROSEANNE TERRANOVA CIRIGLIANO, ANGELA DAVIS, D.B.DEAN, DANIEL D UWA, MELANIE MONTERREY EYTH, DAVID M. HENDERSON, JANE LYNAHAN KARKLIN, RANA KELLY, DEBORAH LEAH KREMPA, ALICJA KUBERSKA, BRENDA KING LANDRY, BRADLEY LEBLANC, KAUSHAL LOVESMITH, CORRINE-VALERIE MARIN, KERSTIN MARX, BOZENA MAZUR-NOWAK, STEVE MINCK, BECKY NORTHRUP, JAN POTEMKIN, CARL READER, CAMINO RELUCTANT, CARLA SHEPARD SIMS, DOUGLAS P. SMITH, STANISLAW STANIK, BEATA SZYL-TYLECKI, STELLA SZYMANIAK, ROBERT WALDNER, and BILL WISE. Also containing heartfelt musings and insights on the subjects of WINTER, and the passing of a King, NELSON MANDELA. Happy holidays to all!. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781494794323

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History of Adams County Nebraska / History of the State of Nebraska

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Item Description: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Adams County, Nebraska, including the City of Hastings, are recalled in this New 50-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Some of the places mentioned in the booklet include: Hastings (county seat), Inland, Juniata, Ayr, Kenesaw, Millington, Ludlow, Hazel Dell, Mayflower, Kingston, Morseville and Rosedale. Among the many subjects included are: physical features of the county, such as the Little Blue River; early settlers, such as Mortimer Kress, known as Wild Bill, and Jerome Fouts, better known as California Joe; Indian troubles; Organization of the county with the names of early officials; two instances of homicide; First death in the county and other firsts; Railroads; Manufacturers, newspapers, and Banks; Spirited competition over the location of the county seat; County poor farm; Grasshoppers; Agricultural society and other societies, often with names of officers; Farmers Alliance; Public Schools and Churches; Fire Department and Telephone Exchange; and other items of interest. The booklet contains biographies of many prominent residents. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Biographical sketches are given for: Hastings -- John M. Abbott, Samuel Alexander, John J. Anstrom, R.D. Babcock, John F. Ballinger, Silas M. Bates, Robert A. Batty, Fred. J. Benedict, A.W. Binderup, M. Birney, Fred H. Blake, Harry Brooks Borley, Burdick Hutton, Ambrose S. Campbell, Charles Cameron, Samuel Chancy, Benjamin Clark, Delavan S. Cole, George Crane, George W. Dade, Jesse H. Darnell, Lafayette Dominy, Jacob Fisher, Joseph N. Fountain, T.M. Foulks, Peter Fowlie, M.W. Freeman, Frank M. Frink, J.E. Gant, Rev. John W. Greenwood, L.J. Halsted, J.W. Harris, Levi P. Hawley, James B. Heartwell, Rev. S.H. Henderson, David H. Holmes, Hiram E. Houghtaling, F.P. Hoyt, O.C. Hubbell, William Hudson, Jacob Huf, George T. Hutchinson, John G. Iddiols, A.B. Ideson, John C. Ideson, John Jackson, Svend Johnson, Bartholomew Kernan, James Laird, Herman Lepin, Miles K. Lewis, Davis Lowman, W.H. Lynn, James W. Marquis, Robert McClellan, William R. McCully, David M. McElhinney, Miss Lucy A. McFadden, M.M. McGrew, Rev. John H. Mize, John G. Moore, R.R. Morledge, Edwin N. Noyes, Isaac M. Norton, Oswald Oliver, F.L. Pade, L.B. Palmer, C.H. Paul, Frank Phillips, Gustavus D. Pierce, John Plank, George H. Pratt, Richard Rainforth, John J. Haymaker, C.B. Riggs, Charles C. Rittenhouse, L.A. Royce, James K. Sample, Joseph Scales, Joseph R. Sims, James Simeon, Henry W. Skinner, Benjamin F. Smith, Dr. Adams H. Sowers, C.B. Sperry, Rev. Jeremiah D. Stewart, N.V. Stine, Horace C. Thatcher, Jacob Thomas, L.H. Tower, Robert B. Tussey, J.H. Van DeMark, Myron Vanfleet, Andrew Veith, N. B. Vineyard, James Walling, S.J. Weigel, Martin F. Wallace, Jacob Wooster, John J. Wemple, George F. Wilkin, Alfred Woolman, and Abraham Yeazel; Juniata -- Winfield Ackley, John E. Adams, E.M. Allen, Peter Anderson, Robert Ash, Anson S. Austin, A.H. Brown, Judson Burwell, Spencer W. Clark, Albert V. Cole, William B. Cushing, Ira G. Dillon, David H. Freeman, M.K. Hutchinson, William L. Kilburn, Columbus A. Lane, J.W. Liveringhouse, Wilson D. Murray, James Newell, Lorenzo F. Picard, Samuel J. Shirley, Gurdon G. Sill, Jacob Swift, Le Grand B. Thorne, Frank E. Wilson, George Walker, and George Watkins; Ayr -- Samuel A. Bookwalter, James E. Bovard, Eli M. Burton, A. True Dyer, Gordon H. Edgerton, Thomas Edgington, Melville B. Foote, Albert N. Hall, Christian Koehler, W.W. Phar, James Ritcheson, Oliver C. Rogers, James S. Way, M. Weinberg, and A.L. West; Kenesaw -- H.D. Einsparr and John. Bookseller Inventory # 000626

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History of Stoddard County Missouri; History of Southeast Missouri

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Item Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Stoddard County, MO, are recalled in this booklet, reprinted from excerpts from three rare books: Goodspeed's 1888: History of Southeast Missouri, The State of Missouri (1904), and Missouri, a Guide to the "Show Me" State, a 1930s WPA project. The 57-page spiral bound 8 1/2" x 11" booklet, is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. The 1888 history covers the early development of this area and includes bios of prominent citizens. The 1904 book, written in connection with the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, gives a brief overview of the county at that date. The WPA excerpt takes a look at the area from a 1939 vantage point, including ihistorical notes, as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Topics covered include: Physical features -- location, size, waterways, minerals; Early Settlers; Formation of the county and names of early officials; Courthouse burning and preservation of records; Court cases, including selling liquor without a license, arson, adultery, a murder involving three physicians and a grizzly axe murder; Dexter -- businesses, newspaper, lodges; Puxico -- businesses and lodges; Bloomfield -- businesses, newspapers, schools; Lawyers; and other bits of history and trivia. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: John M. Allen, Thomas A. Arnold, Columbus D. Bailey, C.H. Barham, Joseph J. Barnes, Oliver C. Barrett, Maj. Henry H. Bedford, C.H. Bess, William Joseph Bess, Dr. Felix H. Bilbrey, John C. Blacksher, David A. Bollinger, James E. Boyd, Theodoric W. Boyd, G.N. Broughton, John L. Buck, Milton Capps, Joseph L. Casey Sr., Jacob Cassairt, Stephen Chapman, James Christian, Martin V. Cline, George W. Clodfelter, Quintileus P. Coffman, Delaware C. Colley, John J. Collins, William F. Conyer, Andrew F. Cooper, Walter C. Crews, G.H. Crosser, John B. Davis, Rev. Thomas J. Davis, Leecil B. Day, Risten DeFord, James W. Denny, John M. Denny, Dr. James H. Dodson, Thomas N. Doherty, William P. Dowdy, William Durham, Judge Stephen Elliott, George W. Ellis, James Y. Evans, David C. Fortner, William S. Galloway, Jesse L. Garner, Judge Zachariah Goforth, William C. Gray, Alexander Gregory, Thomas A. Hale, Joseph A. Hambleton, I. Himmelberger & Co., John W. Harbin, Thomas M. Harper, William C. Harty, Marshel H. Henderson, Henry M. Hendley, James Hibbs, Capt. Henry W. Hickman, John A. Hickman, Dr. A.D. Hill, J.M. Hobbs, William T. Hopper, George Houck, Joseph Howell, John M. Hunt, William J. Hux, Rufus B. Jones, Dr. Robert J. Jackson, Ligon Jones, Louis C. Jorndt, A.A. Jorndt, Col. C.L. Keaton, Frederick H. Kruse, Martin Larsen, Elisha H. Launius, Rev. David Lewis, Joseph Guild Lewis, Maj. George J. Ligon, William G. Lincoln, Judge Bedford B. Lockard, John McMellan, Dr. Stephen A. Mayfield, J.N. Miller, John Mitchell, William P. Moore, James W. Morgan, Giles Jasper Nation, Nicholas G. Nation, John Newcomer, S. Albert Norrid, R.P. Owen, Dr. John N.M. Page, Henry A. Palmer, John M. Paslay, George W. Patterson, Manning S. Phelan, Simon Poe, Lawson Proffer, Moses Proffer, P.P. Reed, W.P. Renner, Pleasant M. Rhodes, Dr. J.S. Richardson, Dr. Daniel A. Richmond, Richard J. Rolston, Jesse S. Shands, Samuel C. Scism, John D. Shoemate, Dr. David M. Simmons, Thomas Simmemon, Jonas Welborn Sitz, James W. Smith, Mrs. Angeline Sparr, Hiram M. Stacy, William Stiford, Henderson Story, William H. Sutton, Thomas M. Swindell, John Teidrick, Thomas J. Toole, Martin Tropf, Thomas J. Ulen, W.J. Ward, E.M. Weber, Edward Weber, Daniel E. Welch, Capt. William L. White, James H. White, George S. White, Jacob L. Williamson, Nicholas M. Willis, W. Bookseller Inventory # 000689

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History of Little River County, Arkansas; History of Sevier County, Arkansas; Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas

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Item Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Drew and Lincoln Counties, AR, are recalled in this new 66-page spiral bound booklet, comprised of excerpts from the 1890 book, Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas, and a product of the WPA, Arkansas, A Guide to the State, published in 1941. The 8.5" x 11" booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a brief history of each county: Location and physical features; County organization and officials; Newspapers, Churches and Schools; Businesses; Timber and Agricultural products; Pioneer Settlers; Attorneys; Population; Civil War Days; Richmond, formerly the Little River county seat; Lockesburg, Paraclifta, and other Sevier County towns; Murder cases and hangings; Secret societies; and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records (primarily Civil War), and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early history, businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Little River County -- Samuel Anderson, Cyrus Bailey, Jesse Billingsley, A.M. Bishop, Dr. J.T. Butler, R.S. Chaytor, Louis Walker Dollarhide, W.S.C. Gardner, N.A. George, James Gray, Paul Hamilton, Dr. Edward Hamilton, W.D.C. Hankins, John Harrison, J.C. Head, James Head, Hindman Head, James Henderson, Samuel Henry, Oscar High, William Holman, Judge Littleton Joyner, Fountain McIver, S.W. McKneely, John McKnight, S.S.P. Mills, Jacob Moon, Alex R. Moores, Ralph Phelps, John Read, Dr. Louis Sager, P.J. Sandefur, Henry Sandefur, C.A. Schuman, Robert Scott, James Taafe, John Walker Jr., Jacob Willard; Sevier County -- William Beck, Llewellyn Bizzell, W.T. Bullard, W.H. Collins, Barney Davis, Rev. Thomas Dulany, W.K. Dollarhide, Hillard Estes, Newton Floyd, William Gortney, Col. Thomas Gwinn, James Hendricks, Judge Thomas King, Paschal Kinsworthy, D.C. Ladd, J.S. Lake, Alex Little, John Locke, Alexander Luther, Warren P. McElroy, Capt. John G. McKean, Edward Maxcy, Richard Merideth, Dr. B.E. Mitchell, Mrs. Mary Moore, Jesse Murphey, Dr. James Nichols, A.J. Park, John Perry, H.C. Pride, J.N. Pride, W.F. Roberts Jr., Charles Russey, William Slaton, J.J. Smith, H.W. Smith, B.J. Stuart, Martin Teal, Jacob Waters, and H.C. Williamson. The WPA section gives a bit of history along with points of interest, such as how De Queen got its name. There's also a small map of southern Arkansas. Bookseller Inventory # 000795

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History of Tennessee / Blount County Tennessee / Loudon County Tennessee / Monroe County Tennessee / Blount, Loudon, Monroe Counties Tennessee USA

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Item Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in the tri-county area of Blount, Loudon and Monroe Counties in East Tennessee are recalled in this 67 page booklet compiled from excerpts from the 1887 book: History of Tennessee, originally published by Goodspeed Publishing Co., and several other sources. The spiral-bound booklet is photocopied one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The Blount County section includes a description of the area, names of early residents, early officials, the City of Maryville, Newspapers, Lawyers, Merchants and Manufacturers, Maryville College and other schools. Biographies include: P.M. Bartlett, M.L. Byerley, M.H. Cochran, G.S.W. Crawford, M.H. Edmondon, J.C. Engel, A.M. Gamble, J.T. Hanna, Capt. W.Y.C. Hannum, A.K. Harper, Mrs. S.M. Henry (widow of J.F.), Capt. W. H. Henry, John H. Howard, David Jones, T.W. Keller, Mrs. M.J. Lackey (widow of J.W.), Major William A. McTeer, J.D. Miller, Gen. A.J. Neff, W.T. Parham, Sam P. Rowan, Dr. A.J. Taylor, F.P. Toof, and R.F. Walker. The Loudon County section includes a description of the area, names of settlers, the town of Philadelphia, early names of Loudon; the City of Loudon; Formation of Loudon County, Businesses, Officials. Biographies include: The Blair Family, C.T.P. Davis, Dr. R.P. Eaton, J.P. Freeman, G.W. Hardin, C.M. Hotchkiss, W. E. Huff, J.B. Jackson, Capt. James Lackey, Dr. B.B. Lenoir, Thomas Jefferson Mason, John W. Robinson, Judge S.A. Rodgers, A.W. Ward, J.H. Williams, and J.L. Willson. The Monroe County section includes a description of the area, names of early residents, early officials, Courts and Lawyers, Tellico (later named Madisonville), Early Merchants, Publications, Churches, Bolivar Academy, Hiwassee College, the town of Sweet Water. Biographies include: Arch Bacome, James L. Bacon, Dr. William N. Bicknell, William L. Brown, Larkin Cardin, Edward P. Clak, William H. Dawson, William Dyer, Joseph H. Forshee, William J. Fowler, Albert H. Gallaher, Rufus Gaut, James A. Gilbreath, Stephen P. Hale, Thomas A. Henderson, James R. Henley, Dr. Charles C. Jones, Joshua R. Jones, Rev. J.P. Kefauver, Capt. William Lee, James F. Magill, William N. Magill, T.P. Milligan, John Calvin Montgomery, Robert A. McCallie, Rev. Solon McCroskey, Henry M. McCroskey, Thomas E. H. McCroskey, John McGhee, Donald A. McKenzie, Joseph A. Peck, James E. Roberts, Robert King Robinson, William B. Stephens, Vastine Stickley, Rev. Henry P. Waugh, Ewing Young White, Madison G. Wright, and John S. Yearwood. The final part of the booklet contains brief excerpts from Counties of Tennessee by Austin P. Foster, Tennessee, a Guide to the State, compiled and written by the Federal Writer's Project of the WPA in 1939. The WPA book tells of the Tennessee Military Institute in Loudon, the Cleage Home in Sweetwater, Site of Fort Loudoun, Jeffrey's Hell, etc. Two small maps of the area are also included. Bookseller Inventory # 000479

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History of Monroe County Arkansas; Northwest Arkansas History

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Monroe County, AR, are recalled in this spiral bound booklet, comprised of excerpts from the 1889 book, Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Eastern Arkansas, and a product of the WPA, Arkansas, A Guide to the State, published in 1941. The 72-page booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a brief history of the county: Transportation -- railroads, etc.; Location, physical features, agriculture, population; Settlers and settlements; County officials; Civil War days; Clarendon -- fraternal organizations, merchants, etc.; Brinkley and other towns; schools and churches, and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: J.T. Andrews, Judge H.B. Bateman, Major John B. Baxter, William L. Benton, Samuel Langley Black, Mrs. Bena Black (widow of Major William Black), A.T. Blaine, William H. Boyce, W.F. Branch, Rev. Thomas J. Brickell, Elijah C. Brown, W.D. Burge, Capt. Hilliard A. Carter, James Allen Cocke, John W. Cooper, Richard N. counts, Robert Craig, S.W. Davis, J.H. Dial, Capt. Parker C. Ewan, S.E. Fitzhugh, J.M. and A. Flora, J.M. Folkes, Dr. J.W. Frazer, Alfred J. Gannon, William H. Govan, Grant Green, Henry D. Green, William Jasper Hall, William Hooker, Wesley H. Hughen, James Benton Hughes, G.W. Hurst, T.H. Jackson, Capt. Benjamin F. Johnson, Capt. William J.F. Jones, Benjamin F. Kerr, W.D. Kerr, L.W. Kizer, Charles B. La Belle, B.J. Lambert, Henry A. McGill, M.J. Manning, M.D. Martin, William Montgomery Mayo, Lawrence Sherod Mayo, John William Mayo, James M. Miles, Charles B. Mills, Dr. L.B. Mitchell, Polk Montgomery, Harry H. Myers, Alfred Owens, James C. Palmer, Robert W. Park, James Park, Dr. William Park, J.T. Parker, W.H. Peterson, Samuel R. Pointer, Dr. W.D. Powell, D.B. Renfro, George A. Rich, J.P. Ridout, James P. Roberts, F.J. Robinson, J.W.B. Robinson, W.F. Sain, Louis Salinger, James S. Seale, Miles A. Simmons, Stephen Simons, Washington Simpson, William K. Sims, William E. Spencer, William Grant Sutton, Judge James S. Thomas, Frank B. Toms, B.P. Vanderford, Capt. Milton H. Vaughan, Capt. J.W. Walker, William B. Wellborn, Dr. Robert M. West, Capt. J.W. Whitfield, Capt. Lewis Williams and Woodfin & Henderson. The WPA section includes stops at West Memphis, Levi, Forrest City, Brinkle, DeVall's Bluff, Hazen, Hughes, Marianna, Clarendon, the Roc-Roe State Game Refuge, and other points of interest in the area. Bookseller Inventory # 000746

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Boyle County, Kentucky, USA; Kentucky: A History of the State

J.H. Battle, W.H. Perrin, G.C. Kniffin

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Item Description: Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". An overview of the early days of Boyle County, Kentucky, and biographies of some of the county's prominent residents from the late 1800s, are combined with a brief history of the state in this new 73-page book. The spiral-bound book includes biographies from the 1880's book, Kentucky: A History of the State by J.H. Battle, W.H. Perrin and G.C. Kniffin, excerpts from Kentucky, a Guide to the Bluegrass State, a 1939 product of the WPA Writer's Program, and information from various internet sources. The tri-color front cover is on 80# card stock and has been protected with a vinyl sheet. The text is photocopied on 60# opaque 8.5" x 11" paper. The individual biographies often shed light on the area and the times, including the Civil War era, as well as providing specific genealogical data. They include: Prof. James Lane Allen, Clifton R. Anderson, William K. Argo, Judge Charles Thomas Armstrong, Dr. Ormond Beatty (picture), Dr. John Brisco, Dr. Henry P. Bosley, Gen. Jeremiah Tilford Boyle (picture), Judge Robert J. Breckinridge, Rev. John G. Bruce, Obadiah Brumfield, Nimrod I. Buster, Charles Caldwell (picture), Rev. Robert Henderson Caldwell, Dr. Henderson L. Cartwright, Granville Cecil, Thomas Gess Cotton, Jacob C. Cozatt, Hamilton Crowder, William Flemming Davis, Dr. Fayette Dunlap, Woodford G. Dunlap, Leonard Graves Edelen, John Owsley Evans, William F. Evans, Dr. William R. Evans, J.C. Fales, Elijah P. Faulconer, Joshua M. Fields, William M. Fields, Richard McKenney Fisher, Thomas D. Floyd, Fontaine Talbot Fox (picture), General Speed S. Fry, Mrs. Elizabeth A. Funk, Squire Archie Gray, Thomas Weston Gore, John W. Hamner, Aaron Harding, Robert Harding, James L. Harlan, Jehu Wellington Harlan, Dr. William Baughman Harlan, John Bradford Harmon, Hamilton Atchison Headly, William Walker Henderson, Dr. George Hunn, William Drake Irvin, John Smith Kenney, Mrs. Fannie Knox, Judge George F. Lee, Josiah Ellis Lee, Nicholas McDowell, James B. McFerran, Alexander Robertson McKee (picture), Dr. Louis S. McMurtry, Thomas Madison Lillard, John McClane, William B. McClure, Dr. Ephraim McDowell, Dr. John M. Meyer, William Randolph Mock, James Wesley Moore, Capt. David A. Murphy, David G. Nave, Eugene H. Pearce, Rev. James C. Randolph, John Boyle Read, Boyle C. Robertson, Edward B. Russel, Martin Phillips Sallee, George T. Schoolfield, William Scomp, William Henry Shears, James A. Slaughter, A.W. Smith, John E. Smith, George Harvey Spears, Benjamin Franklin Soper, Joseph Kinkead Sumrall, Miss Mary A. Survant, Albert Gallatin Talbott, George W. Tarkington, Dr. De Witt C. Tucker, George Parson Turner, James W. Vanarsdall, John Milton Van Meter, Sanford D. Van Pelt, Samuel Allen Van Sickle, John S. Van Winkle, George Winston Welsh, Joseph Whitehouse, Capt. James Harvey Wilson, Green B. Woodcock, John Jameson Yeiser, and John W. Yerkes. The WPA excerpt includes a small map of the area and stops at Danville and Perryville. Bookseller Inventory # 000881

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Biographies of Shelby County Tennessee; History of Tennessee; Biographies of Memphis Tennessee

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois, 1886. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Biographies of numerous Shelby County, Tennessee, residents in the late 1800s, and other historical material is included in this spiral bound booklet taken from three sources: History of Tennessee, originally published in 1887 by Goodspeed Publishing Co., Counties of Tennessee by Austin P. Foster (1923), and Tennessee, a Guide to the State (1939). Shelby County includes the City of Memphis. The new 87-page 11 x 8 1/2 inch spiral-bound booklet is printed on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. A booklet featuring Goodspeed's History of Shelby County is also available. You can find it in our eBay Store. Besides being of interest to their decendants, the biographies often give insight to the history of the area and the times. Some businesses are also included, as indicated by underlining. The biographies include: William A. Albright, C.H. Albright, James P. Alexander, Rev. J.D. Anderson, David O. Andrews, E.M. Apperson, T.B. Armistead, Spencer F. Armour, Dr. W.T. Arrington, Miss Cora H. Ashe, J.A. Austin, Benjamin Babb & Co., A.R. Barret & Son, Thomas Barrett, G.T. Bassett, George H. Battier, W.D. Beard, Julian Bedford, Hugh L. Bedford, William D. Bethell, William A. Bickford, Dr. Henry H. Bickford, B.J. Bicknell, R.J. Black, Dr. Nicholas Blackwell, George H. Blood, Dr. J.P. Bone, George C. Borner, Thomas Van Brady, Eugene L. Broun, M.S. Buckingham, Dr. R.E. Bullington, Michael Burke, C.L. Byrd & Co., P. Callahan & Co., William D. Cannon, Rev. John B. Canada, Richard S. Capers, A.T. Chambers, Major John A. Cheatham, W.L. Clapp, James E. Clary, J.W. Cochran, R.L. Cochran, Joseph L. Cody, A.E. Cole (w/ F.M. Hughes), James M. Coleman, A.M. Cooke, L.P. Cooper, Henry Craft, Richard G. Craig, Thomas B. Crenshaw, Mrs. E. J. Crockett, William R. Cross, Hugh B. Cullen, John Cummins, P. Cunningham, W.H. Dale & Co., Squire Henry E. Cannon, William C. Davis, William P. Deadrick, James Degnan, S.A. Douglas, G.L. Douglass, Dr. J.P. Douglas, Judge A.H. Douglass, Dr. William H. Douglass, Julius J. Du Bose, John J. Duffy, P.H. Duff, Dr. George K. Duncan, Oliver M. Dunn, Samuel H. Dunscomb, Albert L. Duval, Lucien B. Eaton, Dr. B.H. Eddins, T.B. Edgington, James W. Edwards, Dr. T.E. Edwards, John T. Elliott, R.E. Ellis, Newman Erb, J.T. Fargason, H.C. Fisher, John M. Fleming, Ford & LeMaster, Col. R. Dudley, J.A. Fry, Fulmer, Thornton & Co., C.B. Galloway, Jacob S. Galloway, Robert W. Galloway, Gantt & Patterson, Samuel Garner, Kenneth Garrett, John Gaston, Gilchrist & Martin, Dr. D.G. Godwin, I. Goldsmith & Bros., Edward Goldsmith, James M. Goodbar, A.B. Goodbar, Edward W. Gorman, R.C. Graves, John R. Greer, Henry L. Guion, Benjamin F. Haller, Andrew J. Harris, Needham F. Harrison, Capt. James Harvey Mathes, David Hastings, Hatchett & Stratton, Haynes, Ellis & Co., F.H. Heiskell, Judge C.W. Heiskell, John L. Henderson, Dr. W.L. Henderson, Dr. B.G. Henning, George H. Herbers, F.B. Herron, A. Bruce Hill, Dr. J.T.B. Hillhouse, Hirsch & Gronauer, Tom Holeman, Dr. W.D. Horne, Mrs. W.H. Horton, Bernard Hughes, Emmett Howard, Harrison Irby, Dr. C.E. Jackson, Benjamin W. Jeter, C.O. Johnson, G.W. Jones & Co., R.L. Jones, Wharton Stewart Jones, N.M. Jones, Dr. Huber Jones, Philip B. Jones, George S. Jordan, Richard D. Jordan, Patrick Kallaher, Edward A. Keeling, Kelly, Roper & Reilly, Elias Keck, A.J. Knapp, Spence H. Lamb, T.J. Latham, A.G. Laxton, James Lee Jr., T.L. Lee, Lemmon & Gale, Capt. Joseph Lenow, Lilly Carriage Company, Rev. Father M.D. Lilly, A.S. Livermore, Col. Robert F. Looney, C.L. Loop, E. Lowenstein & Bros., A.B. Lurry, John Lynch, Mallory, Crawford & Co., Dr. Samuel Mansfield, A.J. Martin, E.D. Massey, James Clare McDavitt, Samuel Irwin McDowell, Niles Meriwether, The Memphis Cider & Vinegar Works, J.S. Menkin, David A. Merrell, Dr. J.L. Mewborn, Dr. J.P. McGee, George W. McGinnis, W.N. Miller, William E. Miller, Dr. J.L. Minor, William Robert Moore, P.J. Bookseller Inventory # 000726

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History of Jackson County Arkansas; Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northeast Arkansas.

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Item Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Jackson County, AR, are recalled in this spiral bound booklet, comprised of excerpts from the 1889 book, Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Northeast Arkansas. The 88-page booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a brief history of the county: County Organization; Various County Seats; County officials; Civil War period; County court; Churches; Schools, including Auvergne Academy; First Grand Jury/Prominent Pioneers; the Robinson family; Boundary lines; Railroad; Communities -- Jacksonport, Newport, Swifton, Tuckerman and others; and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, military service, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: R.W. Anderson, Samuel Anthony, Adam Bach, G.W. Bandy, A.P. Bateman, William H. Beede, C. Biggers, Oliver Blackburn, J.C. Bleakley, John Boen, Henry Bordwell, Dr. R.L. Boyce, Thomas Britt, Emma Buford (widow of William), Thomas J. Burton, George D. Camp, Jarrett Record Carter, Col. J.W. Clark, Uriah Cole, William Wesley Collier, Lee H. Conditt, William H. Craige, C.G. Crow, Robert L. Davis, Mayor R.M. Davis, C.F. Dean, Maj. William Deen, F.R. Dowell, D.C. Dowell, G.W. Dudley, Christopher Marion Dudley, Dr. M.M. Erwin, John T. Flynn, Charles Monroe Ford, Rev. W.R. Foster, Joseph P. Foushee, N.M. Gardner, Eugene Bailey Gillim, J.M. Glass Sr., George W. Goddard, Andrew J. Greenhaw, Benjamin F. Grimes, John Q. Guynn, Howell Jesse Hale, Isaac W. Hankins, J.A. Harlan, B.F. Harris, Albert Walter Harris, George C. Harrison, J.Y. Harrison, Robert H. Harvey, William R. Harvey, Dr. W.H. Heard, Capt. James T. Henderson (pix), Henry Henderson, L. Hirsch, J.B. Hirsch, Stephen G.T. Hite, W.G. Hogan, James W. Howard, Capt. George W. Hurley (pix), Samuel C. Ireland, Thomas William Jamison, Anderson Johnston, Retherford Lewis Jones, R.E. Jones, Dr. J.M. Jones, Gustave Jones, Capt. W.A. Joyce, D.A. Kimbrough, T.D. Kinman, Francis M. Lamberton, T.D. Lawrence, Andrew Lawson, Thomas James Layton, Dr. W.H. Lenox, George W. Littleton, George A. Lockard, Samuel W. Loftin, B.R. McDearmon, Roberts Manly, Fred J. Mason, Dr. David May, William Miller, Lancelot Minor, Nathaniel D. Moon, John T. Moon, Stephen J. Moore, William H. Morris, B.C. Morrison, Jasper Nance, Thomas Nance, C.C. Nicholson, Paisley & Blake, George H. Palmer, John W. Parish (pix), Dr. Alexander S. Parish, Lewis W. Penix, Dr. W.H. Pickett, I.D. Price, Lewis E. Purssell, B.F. Ray, Wilson LaFayette Robinson, W.A. Roy, Dr. J.H. Rutland, Otis W. Scarborough, Thomas J. Sconyers, A.E. Shoffner, W.S. Shuford, Joseph E. Slayden, L.D. Smith, John W. Stayton, George K. Stephens, T.S. Stephens, A. Steveley, Dr. J.H. Strider, M.M. Stuckey, Solomon D. Sullins, J.A. Sursa, John Sweat, E.T. Taylor, Thomas Toler, Rush L. Tucker, Joseph J. Walker, James Edward Wallace, John W. Wallace, T.T. Ward, W.J. Watkins, E.L. Watson, T.J. Watson, Dr. R.P. Watson, Robert West, Wiley J. Westmoreland, J.M. Westmoreland, John N. Williamson, F.L. Williamson, C.W. Winfree, W.H. Wise, Robert A. Wise, N.B. Wishon, W.C. Wishon, A. Wiysel, and William D. Yarbrough. Bookseller Inventory # 000775

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History of Hamilton County Illinois USA; History of Gallatin, Saline, Hamilton, Franklin and Williamson Counties, Illinois

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Item Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 11" x 8.5". Early days in Hamilton County, IL, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, factual data and personal biographies in this brand new spiral-bound booklet. The booklet is an excerpt from the hard-to-find 1887 book, History of Gallatin, Saline, Hamilton, Franklin and Williamson Counties, Illinois published by Goodspeed Publishing Co. of Chicago. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. Gallatin, Saline, Franklin and Williamson Counties booklets are also available. The booklet, photocopied on 60# opaque paper, contains 89 pages. However, because we use a 2-up format on 8 1/2" x 11" paper, it has the equivalent of over 170 pages from the original book. Among the many subjects discussed are: Physical Features; an extentive list of early settlers; Tales of Indians; a list of land entries made prior to Feb. 8, 1821; Organization of the county and names of officials; Military history with names of many participants -- Black Hawk War, Mexican War, and the Civil War; Courts and court cases, including several murder cases; Settling disputes by "fighting exercises" in a "stray pen; McLeansboro -- the first house, businesses, societies with names of officers, newspapers, city officials; Dahloren, Thackeray, Logansport, and other towns; Agricultural board; Schools, including Hamilton College and Teachers institutes; Churches; and other bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: This booklet contains biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Some are brief, but others include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on the businesses, churches, professions and institutions, and on the events of the day. The biographies include: Major John T. Anderson, Heirom Atchisson, John C. Asher, R.C. Atkinson, Dr. Valentine B. Benson, Isaac G. Berridge, James H. Brown, William W. Buck, James M. Burton, James R. Campbell, Ira B. Carey, Aaron G. Cloud, Chalon G. Cloud, Capt. Joseph Coker, William A. Coker, John H. Corn, Warren D. Crouch, John H. Dale, Marion C. Dale, William J. Darnall, William C. Davis, R. Davis, Benjamin F. Douglass, Louis Eswine, William R. Flannigan, Thomas J. Garrison, Dr. Samuel E. Gates, R.M. Gowdy, Dr. Wilford F. Hall, H.W. Hall, C.M. Hall, David Hamill, William Hamill, Daniel Hanagan, Prof. James J. Hassett, Newton C. Henderson, Hiram Hinkle, Dr. John T. Hunt, John E. Irvin, W.B. Johnson, Capt. Charles A. Johnson, John W. Johnson, John Judd, Lieut. Henry A.W. Kipp, Johnson H. Lane, James Lane, E.W. Ledbetter, John R. Lee, Dr. Charles M. Lyon, Will McConnell, George W. Mangis, Samuel S. Marshall, John W. Marshall, Robert L. Meador, Aaron S. McKinzie, William McGehee, I.N. Mercer, E.N. Miller, Abner R. Moore, F.W. Morgan, Capt. James P. Moorman, Dr. E.G. Neel, Dr. John S. Organ, Samuel J. Pake, C.W. Pope, Robert Proudfit, David Proudfit, Alex H. Pulliam, William Rickcords, James E. Robinson, John B. Standerfer, Thompson B. Stelle, Alexander T. Sullenger, John M. Suttle, Charles S. Todd, Squire James Twigg, Joseph H. Upchurch, John H. Upton, Thomas B. Vaughn, Leonidas Walker, Albert Walters, Dr. Charles W. Weaver, James K.P. White, John H. Wilson, John J. Wood and Alvin A. Young. Bookseller Inventory # 000813

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Biographies of Knox County Tennessee; History of Tennessee; Biographies of Knoxville TN

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Biographies of numerous Knox County, Tennessee, residents in the late 1800s, and other historical material is included in this spiral bound booklet taken from three sources: History of Tennessee, originally published in 1887 by Goodspeed Publishing Co., Counties of Tennessee by Austin P. Foster (1923), and Tennessee, a Guide to the State (1939). The new 93-page 11 x 8 1/2 inch spiral-bound booklet is photocopied on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. A booklet featuring Goodspeed's History of Knox County is also available. You can find it in our eBay Store. Besides being of interest to their decendants, the biographies often give insight to the history of the area and the times. They include: H.M. Aiken, Capt. Samuel P. Angel, D. F. Armond, Moses A.M. Armstrong, J.K. Ault, R.D. Badgett, B.F. Badgett, S.E. Badgett, J.H. Ballard, A.A. Barnes, J.F. Baumann, William M. Baxter, Dr. Herman G. Bayless, Capt. F.C. Beaman, J.N. Betterton, Adam B. Blake, John T. Blake, William H. Blake, George Bond, James W. Bowman, Samuel B. Boyd, Samuel B. Boyd M.D., John Wilson Boyd, H.L. Bradley, T.J. Bradley, Daniel Briscoe, Lewis F. Brooks, J.L. Brown, Alfred Buffat, George H. Burr, J.R. Butt, Rev. Henry E. Byerley, T.R.C. Campbell, D.A. Carpenter, William W. Carson, M.B. Carter, W.R. Carter, Payton Carter, W.P. Chamberlain, Charles B. Christian, Nickolas Clapp, Henderson Clapp, Walter M. Cocke, M.B. Collier, Sampson D. Cole, Martin J. Condon, Mike J. Condon, S.Y. Conner, W.A.A. Conner, John W. Conner, J.L. Cooley, Fleming B. Cooley, W.R. Cooper, John J. Craig Jr., Samuel B. Crawford, Capt. John H. Cross, W.W. Cruse, J.W. Cruze, J.H. Cruze, J.W. Cruze Jr., John Cruze, Albert Davis, Dr. C. Deaderick, James A. Doughty, Dr. Charles M. Drake, J.C. Duncan, East Tennessee Coal Company, East Tennessee National Bank, R. H. Edington, T.C. Eldridge, William Epps, Capt. S.P. Evans, Ignas Fanz, F.L. Fisher, W.H. Fizer, B.P. Flenniken, E.H. Flenniken, W.B. Ford, J.W. Fowler, W.M. Fox, J.W. Fox, Henry Frazier, W.H. French, W.B. French, J.V. Fulkerson, Charles M. Funck, William Gallaher, Robert H. Gallaher, George Gallaher, Dr. J.M. Glass, J.W. Gaut, J.L. George, W.F. Gibbs, Henry R. Gibson, S.L. Gilson, John W. Glenn, C.J. Gooding, L.A. Gratz, Capt. J.M. Greer, Col. Nathan Gregg, Samuel Benton Giffin, Judge Major Learoy Hall, G.G. Hardin, J.J. Hardin, James Hardin, R.W. Hardin, G.M. Harrill, Joe Harris, S.G. Heiskell, M.T. Henson, Dr. Thomas H. Hicks, Dr. J. Willard Hill, Isaac Hines, A.D.C. Hines, Dr. S.P. Hood, John W. Hope, John F. Horne, W.H. Howell, J.B. Hoxsie, L. Huddleston, Dr. J.C. Hudgings, M.W. Huffaker, Francis Kinloch Huger, Thomas W. Humes, Henry H. Ingersoll, Maj. R.C. Jackson, A.N. Jackson, William Johnson, J.L. Johnson, Jacob T. Johnson, Reps Jones, Charlton Karns, Dr. Thomas H. Kearney, Dr. James H. Keeling, J.B. Kelley, Peter Kern, J.M. King, James M. Kinkaid, Charles Kurth, Capt. J.K. Lones, Edward Legg, Frank J. Leland, J.F.J. Lewis, J.W. Lillard, John Llewellyn, W.B. Lockett & Co., Samuel T. Logan, A. Looney, James C. Luttrell, J.E. Lutz, G.W. Mabry, G.L. Maloney, Rev. Francis Thomas Marron, S.C. Martin, Spencer A. Maxey, A.L. Maxwell, William Gibbs McAdoo, G.C. McBee, W.C. McCammon, John N. McCammon, J.A. McCampbell, Major E.E. McCroskey, Dr. J.S. McDonough, Charles M. McGhee, Green McLemore, James M. Mack, James K. Meek, A. Metler, John B. Michael, A.H. Mitchell, Joseph R. Mitchell, John M. Montgomery, Mark Morel, J.B. Morris, John L. Moses, Thomas L. Moses, Frank A. Moses, John W. Moulden, E.F. Mynatt, J.C. Mynatt, J.H. Nave, M. Nelson, Thomas A. R. Nelson, D.D. Nicholas, James O'Conner, Ogden Bros. & Co., R.G. Osborn, John F. Parker, Col. M.L. Patterson, R.S. Payne, W.H.B. Prater, G.W. Prater, A.S. Prosser, Dr. James Gettys McCready Ramsey, Maj. Robert B. Reynolds, Dr. Charles E. Ristine, Russell H. Roberts, P.A. Roberts, Dr. James Rodgers, Dr. W.A. Rodgers. Bookseller Inventory # 000713

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History of SalineCounty Arkansas; Northwest Arkansas History

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois, 1889. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Lonoke County, AR, are recalled in this spiral-bound book, comprised of excerpts from Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Pulaski, Jefferson, Lonoke, Faulkner, Grant, Saline, Perry, Garland and Hot Spring Counties, Arkansas (1886) , and from Arkansas, A Guide to the State, a 1941 WPA publication. The 93-page book is printed on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a brief history of the county: Organization of the county; Early court houses and jails; A shocking murder and other court trials; Temperance; William Lockert and other pioneers; County officials; Physical features; Civil War days, including the account of a spy; Benton, the county seat, Traskwood, Collegeville, Bryant and other communities; Secret societies; Education; Churches; and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Wilburn Hensley Allen, J.W. Ashby, Philip J. Bradfield, William Brents, James A. Brown, A.B. Burks, Frederick W. Bush, Judge H.T.Caldwell, Daniel A. Cameron, J.L. Canada, Joseph M. Chennault, D.M. Cloud, John L. Collat, W.H. Collatt, Thomas Y. Craig, Capt. Augustus A. Crawford, W.H. Crudgington, Dr. W.S. Davis, Davidson & Russell, Russell Deaton, Rev. I.N. Dunnahoo, William A. Dyer, J.M. Dyer, James Q. Earnest, John M. Finley, Dr. D.N. Fisher, Capt. J.C. Flynn, Wylie B. Fowler, Reuben Garrett, H.S. Glenn, Thomas H. Glidewell, John M. Green, Luther A. Grimes, Dr. J.W. Hall, W.H. Harlow, E.L. Harris, Milton A. Harris, Isaac Harrison, John C. Henderson, Samuel M. Henderson, James M. Hicks, A.B. Holland, G.R. Hunnicutt, Rev. Andrew Hunter, J.T. Hyatt, William James, W.T. James, Dr. Vaughn D. Lafferty, A.J. Lancaster, W.H. Lawrence, L.C. McAdams, J.N. McAllester, Henry H. McCray, McNeelan Lumber Company, J.Y. Mashburn, Marshal M. Mashburn, T.C. Mays, Dr. Benjamin S. Medlock, Constantine H. Medlock, James N. Medlock, A.J. Mewer, A.P. Mitchell, Samuel A. Mitchell, A.H. Murphey, T.J. Roberts, C.H. Rucker, P.W. Rucker, Alexander Russell, Patrick Scott, Joseph Scott, Winfrey G. Scott, E.W. Searcy, H. Carlton Shaw, John O. Shepard, M.C. Shepherd, John F. Shoemaker, John F. Shoppach, J.P. Smith Sr., Mack H. Staner, Joseph Taylor, Capt. W.W. Thompson, Dr. J.W. Walton, B.A. Wesbrook, William W. White, James A. White, T.C. White, Col. S.H. Whitthorne, John A. Wilkerson, William W. Williams, J.B. Wilson, Frank Woosley, William D. Wray, and M.L. Young. The WPA section includes a small map of the area and has tour stops at Benton, the Benton Colony of the Arkansas State Hospital, and Bauxite. Bookseller Inventory # 000751

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Item Description: Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in two Southeastern Kentucky counties are recalled in this new 94-page booklet titled: Ballard & Carlisle Counties, Kentucky, USA The spiral-bound booklet is a compilation of excerpts from a trio of hard to find sources: the 1885 book, Kentucky: A History of the State by J.H. Battle, W.H. Perrin and G.C. Kniffin, History and Memories of Carlisle County by Ron Graves (1958) and Kentucky, a Guide to the Bluegrass State, a 1939 product of the WPA Writer's Program. The tri-color front cover is on 80# card stock and has been protected with a vinyl sheet. The text is photocopied on 60# opaque paper, with the print enlarged to fit the 8.5" x 11" paper and improve readability. Towns mentioned include: Wickliffe (Seat of Ballard County ), Bardwell (Seat of Carlisle County), Arlington, Bachusburg, Bandana, Barlow City, Berkeley, Blandville, Burkley, Crossland, Cunningham, Filmore (Fillmore), Gage, Hinkleville, Kirbyton, LaCenter, Laketon, Lovelaceville, Milburn, New Providence, Newburgh, Pleasant Hill, and Wadesboro, Among the many subjects included are: Geographic features of the area -- streams, lakes, bluffs, forests, etc.; Gen. George Rogers Clark and Fort Jefferson; Capt. Bland Ballard; Early Settlers -- Andrew Lovelace, the Stovall family with their colorful nicknames, Richard Goldston, James Blythe, and lots of others; the courthouse and jail, Hunting; Pioneer life; Early court sessions; Dispute over County Seat location; Schools and Churches; Early County officials; the General Baptist Banner, the Wickliffe Journal, and other newspapers; Civil War soldiers on both sides;a Colorful tale of a Big Bear Hunt in Carlisle County; Settlement of Campbell's Woodyard and Halls Branch, Legends of early families, including the Rev. Hedgeman Graves, the Sewells, William Thomas, P.R. Jennings and others; Wiley and Dolphus Brown, two Carlisle pioneers; How Salty Hill got its name; W.R. Turk and other businessmen, lawyers and doctorsin Carlisle County; the Bardwell Tornado of 1917; the Mob lynching of a Negro; separate section on the Jackson Purchase; and other interesting bits of history. Individual Biographies of Ballard County residents, which often shed light on the area and times as well as providing specific genealogical data, are included for: John W. Adams, Benjamin S. Bailey, R.L. Billington, Rev. Robert F. Birkhead, Judge William S. Bishop, H.G. Black, Allne W. Blanks, Daniel Bodkin, W.H. Bradly, William M. Bradshaw, Samuel Brame, Preston S. Brown Jr., James H. Buchanan, John W. Bugg, Z.M. Bugg, Edmund S. Chenault, Col. W.M. Coffee, S.B. Coil, Isaac E. Conley, Jacob Corbett Sr., Frederick Crice, Frederick W. Crice, J.F. Crice, Stokeley R. Culver, John Davis, L.M. Davis, Isaac T. Dean, Dr. Eli J. Desha, Joseph C Dupoyster, James A. Earnhardt, William J. Edrington, Thomas Edward, W.A. Edwards, McD. Ferguson, Matthias H. Fisher, William B. Fisher, James Fisher, J.R. Flack, Ben Flint, Frank France, Capt. Nicholas Frech, Olinthus M. Garrett, W.M. George, John F. Gholson, Thomas L. Glenn, T.B. Greene, P. H. Gupton, G.W.C. Haggard, Charles M. Hall, David Hall, William E. Hall, John O. Harkless, William J. Harkless, W.D. Harrison, David Harp, Charles C. Harp, F.M. Hays, John C. Hearn, William H. Heath, William J. Henderson, Thomas L. Hill, Samuel K. Hinshey, George W. Hines, George Hinklle, Dr. Charles Hinkle, Dr. R.T. Hocker, A.B. Holt, Joel F. Holt, Thomas N. Holt, William Holman, George M. Holman, J. A. Hotchkiss, J. W. Gaddie, Elijah Hughs, T.L. Hughes, Dr. W.D. Hunt, Samuel W. Jackson, Judge Samuel H. Jenkins, W.W. Jenkins, Robert Y. Jerrell, John Jones, James M. Jones, Dr. David Juett, Benjamin A. Lane, John B. Lane, L.S. Lee, John S. Linderman, Andrew Lovelace, Virgil S. Lovelace, Dr. James M. Lovelace, Malachi McColpin, T.W. McConnell, Dr. C. McKinney, John W. Manor, G.W. Mantle, P.P. Martin, Lewis F. Marshall, Henry P. Melton, Isham Miller, W.A. Miller, Benjamin L. Moore, James H. Moore, William W. Morris, Mrs. Bookseller Inventory # 000757

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Rutherford County, in the heart of Middle Tennessee, are recalled in this spiral bound booklet compiled from excerpts from: History of Tennessee, originally published in 1886 by Goodspeed Publishing Co., Counties of Tennessee by Austin P. Foster (1923), and Tennessee, a Guide to the State, a product of the Federal Writer's Project of the WPA in 1939. The 98-page booklet is photocopied on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. Among the subjects included are: Geography, including the soil, native vegetation, the Stone River and other waterways, agriculture, etc.; Samuel Wilson, Col. Robert Weakley, Robert Bedford, Capt. Richard Ransom, William Nash and other early settlers; early life in the county; Militia companies before the Civil War; formation of the county and of the first county seat, Jefferson; Murfreesboro, and how it became the county seat; county buildings and officials; the whipping post; the Wilkerson Cross Roads Pike and other roads; the Rutherford County Medical Society; county fair; Railroads; various courts, grand juries, trials and punishments; Felix Grundy, a noted criminal lawyer; Civil War period, including the 18th Regiment raised largely by Gen. J.B. Palmer of Murfreesboro and the 20th Tennessee Regiment, known as Battle's regiment; the Battle of Murfreesboro; city officials; the Washington Cotton Factory and other businesses; banks; newspapers; various lodges; the villages of Milton, Eagleville, Readyville, La Vegne, Salem, and Stewartsboro; Female County Academy and Union University; schools and churches; clergymen, including Alexander Campbell; the hangman's rope, a fine of one cent and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are a number of biographies. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Col. John H. Adkerson, Andrew M. Alexancer, Mrs. Annie E. Alexander, B.F. Alexander (pix), James H. Allen, Major Charles W. Anderson, James L. Anderson, Horace N. Arnold, James Monroe Avent, Frank Avent, Baird Martin, Sterling B. Baring, Benjamin Batey, Frank Battle, Granville C. Baty, Capt. Richard Beard, William Beesley, John Beesley, Christopher Beesley, William R. Bell, Dr. Samuel P. Black, Adam Bock, Columbus T. Brittain, Robert S. Brown, Butler & Drumright, John A. Campbell, Joseph L. Cannon, Thomas F. Carlton, Alfred M. Cawthorn, Dr. Henry H. Clayton, James Clayton, Robert A. Coleman, Carrol Collins, Thomas W. Cox, James H. Crichlow, Dr. George D. Crosthwait, Dr. James W. Davis, William L. Davis, Jasper F. Dickens, Dr. James M. Dill, William B. Drumright, Dr. John N. Dykes, W.B. Earthman & Co., David F. Elam, Dr. Thomas J. Elam, Edwin H. Ewing, Josiah W. Ewing, John W. Faris, R.W. Faris, Minos L. Fletcher, Thomas B. Fowler, William R. Fox, Capt. Thomas Frame, W.C. Frost, John A. Gilley, John Buchanan, Joseph P. Hale, John W. Hall, Mrs. Julia A. Hall, John C. Harris, Dr. Robert B. Harris, Haynes Hollowell & Co., James F. Henderson, James W. Hill, Samuel H. Hodge, Thomas R. Hollowell, M. Hirsch & Co., Camillus B. Huggins, Thomas G. Ivie, Nathan R. Jackson, Robert D. Jamison, James F. Jenkins, Col. Robert B. Jetton, Elihu C. Job, Columbus N. Johnson, William S. Jones & Bros., Mrs. Lizzie H. Jones, Edward K. Jordan, Minor C. Jordan, Dr. Robert F. Keyes, Capt. William D. Killough, Mrs. Amanda (Frazier) Kimbro, Col. James Moore King, Robert N. Knox, John J. Lee, Dr. Nathaniel M. Lewis, L. K. Lowe, James M. Loyd, Moses S. Lynch, Dr. William H. Lytle, Mrs. Julia Lytle, Dr. A.W. Manire, Welcom Mankin, Benton P. Mankin, Rev. John J. Martin, William Mason, Pleasant P. Mason, John B. McClanahan, Levi McClure, Dr. William H. McCord, James Mc. Bookseller Inventory # 000724

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History of Howard County, Arkansas; History of Pike County, Arkansas; Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas

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Item Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Howard and Pike Counties, AR, are recalled in this brand new 111-page spiral bound booklet, comprised of excerpts from the 1890 book, Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Southern Arkansas, and a product of the WPA, Arkansas, A Guide to the State, published in 1941. The 8.5" x 11" booklet is photocopi on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a brief history of each county: Natural Resources, Location, Soil and Products, Waterways, Geology, Timber, County Organizations, County officials, Early settlers, Early businesses, Secret Societies, A Negro uprising in 1883 in which several persons were killed; Several other instances of murder, hanging, escape, jail burning, mob violence, etc.; the Civil War period, Schools, Churches, Secret Societies, and Newspapers, Nashville, the county seat of Howard County, Centre Point (former county seat), Mineral Springs, Greenville and Saratoga; Murfreesboro , the county seat of Pike county, Royston, Stellville, Nathan Village, Rock Creek, New Hope, etc.; and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: Howard County -- Barnwell Anderson, H.N. Baker, James Barefield, Judge John Bell (picture), John Bishop, W.H. Briggs, S.R. Briggs, James Burgess, John Cheatham, George Clark, Mrs. Maria Click, Robert Click, John Nelson Collins, George Copeland, Dr. J.S. Corn, John Coulter, Capt. D.C. Cowling, Joe T. Cowling, W.K. Cowling, Dr. William Dickinson, John Dillard, Stephen Downs, Dr. Thomas Jefferson Draper, Henry Epperson, George Faulkner, William Feazel, Jackson Forgy, Wade Forgy, Asa Forgy, Walter Fricks, Turner Fricks, John Fricks, Brasos Gilbert, Pleasant Gillean, H.S. Goodlett, Iverson Goodwin, Joseph Gosnell, Lewis Graves, G.G. Graves, Henry Green, Daniel Grounds, Dr. N.C. Hancock, John Hester, John Hill, James Hill, Flavius Holt, E.E. Hudspeth, John Hughes, W.R. Hughes, Col. Augustus Hutchison, Dr. D.A. Hutchinson, James Hutchinson, James Jackson, Dr. Thomas Jacques, Rev. A.D. Jenkins, James Johnson, Thomas Jones, Samuel Kelley, Thomas Kennedy, James Lane, William Latimer, W.J. Lee, W.D. Lee, Nathan Levi, G.V. Littlefield, John Littlefield, Henry Logan, J.T. Logan, T.J. McClendon, Dr. A.M. McCrary, George Martindale, James Millwee, T.M. Moncrief, Rufus Morgan, R.D. Neal, James Norwood, Franklin Parker, R.H. Parker, Thomas Parrish, Benton Pate, James Pinkerton, Lewis Poe, Oscar Pope, James Price, John Props, George Rector, Jesse Rector, Samuel Reeder, William Reese, S.B. Reese, J.J. Roberson, William Rodgers, Gen. Robert Glenn Shaver, James Shaver, Fountain Shepherd, Franklin Smith, John Somervell, John Spates, Francis Stone, Henry Sutton, W.C. Sypert (picture), Thomas Toland, Daniel Tollett, William Turner, Daniel Turrentine, John Van Dyck, James Wallace, Mack Watkins, Frederick Watson, Hardy Westbrook, William Whitmore, Emanuel Williams, D.D. Womack, J.G.W. Yowell, and James Yowell; Pike County -- Dr. William Alford, P.H. Baker, Joel Barnes, William Beene, D.S.P. Black, Alonzo Madison Bowen, George Brock, Moses Brock, William Buckner, J.O.A. Bush, Henry Carter, Benjamin Clement, Joel Conway, Isaac Cooley, J.T. Cooper, L.S. Corbell, John Davis, Samuel Dean, James Dunn, R.M. Forester, Allen Gentry, Lee Giles, John Gilleylen, William Gould, James Hamilton, Jonathan Hankins, Abner Henderson, John Hipp, F.P. Hughes, John Kelly, Warren Kelly, William Kizzia, Frank Lee, Tim McBrayer, Judge W.N. McClure, Millard Mauney, A.D. Meeks, John Meeks, Dr. D.J. Oldham, Owen Owens, Augustus Palmer, A.W. Parker, J.D. Pickett, J.T. Pol. Bookseller Inventory # 000793

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History of Cape Girardeau County Missouri; History of Southeast Missouri

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Item Description: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Cape Girardeau County, MO, are recalled in this booklet, reprinted from excerpts from three rare books: Goodspeed's 1888: History of Southeast Missouri, The State of Missouri (1904), and Missouri, a Guide to the "Show Me" State, a 1930s WPA project. The 113-page spiral bound 8 1/2" x 11" booklet, is photocopi on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. Topics covered include: Ensign Sieur Girardot, Don Louis Lorimier, Andrew Ramsay, the Alexander Giboney family, Col. Bollinger, the Amos Byrd family, the Rodney family, the Randol family, the Thomas English family, the Hays family, the Penney family, and other notable early settlers; A list of families from 1803; Judicial History of Cape Girardeau District; Criminal Record, including several murders; Officials; the city of Cape Girardeau -- noted early residents, merchants, newspapers, schools, St. Vincent's College, Masonic Lodges, city officials; the town of Jackson -- first stores, first physicians, press, societies, etc.; Other towns -- Oak Ridge, Appleton, Pocahontas, Shawneetown, Burfordsville, Allentown, Millersville; Attorneys, and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: J. Alfred Abernathy, Benjamin H. Adams, Sebastian Albert, Leon J. Albert, William E. Alexander, John H. Altenthal, Henry A. Astholz (pix), Francis M. Baker, Jonathan H. Barks, George H. Barks, George W. Bast, Lewis M. Bean, William M. Bennett, C.F. Betten, Charles L. Blattner, John A. Bowers, Samuel S. Bowman, William C. Bowman, Jasper N. Brooks, Otto Buehrmann, Dr. K.H. Burford, Frank E. Burrough, William Byrd, Abraham Ruddell Byrd, Rev. P.V. Byrne, John H. Caldwell, Jacob H. Campbell, James Carroll, Christopher C. Clippard, James A. Clippard, George W. Cobble, William H. Coerver, Nathan C. Collins, William B. Colyer, Maurice Cramer, Sidney Daugherty, Eldridge G. Davidson, Chesley Booker Davis, B.F. Davis, L.H. Davis, N. Monroe Davis, Robert W. Davis, Jacob Deck, P.H. Dempsey, Joseph Devenport, John M. Devore, Marion Drum, John Eggimann, E.H. Engelman, Thomas W. English, Henry Fenimore, Albert C. Ford, John Adam Frank, John W. Fulenwider, Emanuel Geiser, Robert T. Giboney, D.A. Glenn, George W. Goodson, William B. Green, Christian W. Hager, Henry G. Hager, Charles Harenberg, Dr. S.S. Harris, Dr. Edward R. Harris, Francis M. Hartle, Emanuel Hartle, Christian C. Haupt, Henry Heise, Jehoidia H. Held, Dr. Benjamin R. Hempstead, Judge John R. Henderson, Dr. Robert T. Henderson, Solomon D. Hensley, August Heuer, John Hink, Daniel Hinkle, Jacob L. Hinkle, Henry C. Hinton, C. Hirsch Jr., Greer D. Hitt, Isaac Cooper Hitt, Joseph V. Hobbs, David Loy Hoffman, Thomas D. Hope, Dr. John A. Horn, S.B. Horrell, J.A. Horrell, Louis Houck, H.W. Howard, Edward F. Jenkins, Dr. Thomas E. Johnson, Prof. Thomas E. Joyce, John G. Juden, Edward S. Juden, F.A. Kage, William N. Keeling, John G. Keller, George J. Keller, Louis T. Keller, Henry Kerstner, John Kerstner, Claus Kerstner, Fred Kies, Andrew H. Kinder, Judge Levi J. Kinder, Louis C. Kipping, Louis F. Klostermann (pix), John W. Knox, Frederick Kurre, William E. Lang, Peter Lehner, Joseph C. Lewis, Edward S. Lilly, J.W. Limbaugh, Amos Link, Andrew Litzelfelner, Joseph C. Litzelfelner, August H. Litzelfelner, Christian Lowes, Caspar Ludwig, Peter Ludwig, Dr. Samuel M. McAnally, James W. McBryde, John M. McClean, John S. McGhee, the McGuire family, John McKenna, John W. McLane, John W. McLeary, George W. McNeely, John Newton McNeely, Henry Martens, Joseph D. Massey, Medad Masterson, J.A. Matteson, Charles P. Medley, Anton F. Meister, Julius Meyer, George Meyer, Bookseller Inventory # 000678

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History of Sebastian County Arkansas; Northwest Arkansas History

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 11" x 8.5". Early days in Sebastian County, AR, are recalled in this 11" x 8.5" spiral bound booklet, comprised of excerpts from the 1889 book, Goodspeed's History of Benton, Washington, Carroll, Madison, Crawford, Franklin and Sebastian counties, Arkansas. The 116-page booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a brief history of the county: Natural History -- Boundaries, Location, Minerals; Original Occupancy -- Mound Builders, Indians, Wild Animals; Settlement -- Fort Smith Military Post; County Organization -- County seat, Public Buildings, Finances, Population, Postmasters, County Officers, Elections; Agriculture and Horticulture -- Fair Association of Western Arkansas; County, Probate, Circuit, and District Courts; Criminal Cases -- Duels, Murders, Executions; "Individuals of eminent notoriety" -- Judge James Woodson Bates, Major Elias Rector, Gen. B. L. E. Bonneville, Dr. Joseph H. Bailey, Gen. Zachary Taylor; Military -- the Mexican War, the Civil War, Skirmish on Mazzard Prairie, Execution of Copland and others; Fort Smith (with names of Post Commanders from 1822 to 1871) -- businesses, Manufactories, St. John's Hospital, National Cemetery, Transportation, Newspapers, Celebrities, including Miss Vinnie Ream, Societies; Other communities -- Greenwood, Hackett City, Huntington, Hartford, Mansfield, and Salem; Education, Churches, and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are fairly lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: David S. Altstatt, C.C. Ayers, Dr. W.W. Bailey, Harrison Ball, C.M. Barnes, Joseph P. Bassham, William H. Bell, Dr. William T. Blakemore, Henry W. Blan, A.E. Bloomburg, William Franklin Blythe, Louis Bolin, Mrs. Martha A. (nee Dillard) Bomford, Robert A. Bonham, Mrs. Sue Bonneville, Mrs. Luvicy Booth, William R. Bowen, Dr. William J. Brandon, Joab H. Bray, Dr. J.W. Breedlove, Dr. Asbury L. Brewster, Alpheus C. Brewster, Howard H. Brown, Isaiah W. Bruce, Marion S. Buckley, Harrison Buckner, Charles Burns, John William Buskamp, Dr. Thomas N. Callicoatt, Samuel P. Campbell, Joseph H. Cardwell, Thomas Milton Cardwell, Alexander B. Carruth, Capt. Claiborn W. Cauthron, Hezekiah Chaney, Mrs. Margaret (nee Rogers) Chollar, Dr. Peyton B. Coker, Preslie B. Cole, Abraham F. Coleman, Jerry H. Colvard, Capt. George H. Council, Dr. John C. Daily, Dr. Edgar M. Davenport, William Murphy Davis, Leroy Dawson, John Degen, Paul Alfred Delorvin, John Dodson, Dr. Albert Dunlap, Jeremiah P. Durden, Mrs. Angela Medora DuVal, M.T. Dyke, Henry Clay Earnest, Robert H. Echols, William M. Ervin, Anton Euper, W.L. Euper, Dr. William Patrick Evans, Col. William Meade Fishback, W.J. Fleming, J.K. Foltz, Dr. Joseph H. Forbes, J. Bryant Forrester, John A. Forrester, Leander Foster, Josiah Foster, Dr. James H. Foster, M.D. Frazier, Frank Freer, Benjamin J.H. Gaines, Dr. D.M. Gardner, Thomas Benjamin Garrett, Robert Bell Gartrell, Gen. R.C. Gatlin, Andrew J.F. Gist, Daniel B. Glass, Dr. A.H. Gordon, John Goset, Judge Matthew Grey, Maj. B.F. Hackett, J.A. Hale, Elder R.W. Hammett, Harvey T. Hampton, William J. Haug, Thomas J. Hannah, James W. Harper, Malachi B. Harrison, Dr. Edward M. Harrison, J.B. Harwood, John Lawson Henderson, Eli Hester, John Hewett, F.W. Hink, James Hoey, John Alexander Hoffman, John Howard, Sgt. Edward Hunt, William Hunter, William D. Hunter, Dr. George F. Hynes, Dr. Lee H. Ingraham, Matthew Jerome Irvin, James E. Johnson, Aunt Sophia Kannady, Thomas J. Keener, Dr. J.M. Kelleam, Allen A. Kersh, Thomas J. Kersey, Dr. R.B. King, Henry Kuper, John H. Lairamore, John W. Lamb, J.R. Lane, Richard D. Lewi. Bookseller Inventory # 000752

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A History of Jessamine County, Kentucky; From Its Earliest Settlement to 1898 (Paperback)

Bennett Henderson Young

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Item Description: Theclassics.Us, United States, 2013. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 246 x 189 mm. Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1898 edition. Excerpt: . Louisville, Cincinnati, Lexington, Danville, Versailles, Shelbyville, and other cities and towns sent large delegations to the celebration. The executive committee, consisting of B. M. Arnett, chairman: W. L. Steele, J. D. Hughes, H. H. Lowry, Charles Deering, and J. B. Stears, provided a most interesting program and conducted the exercises in the most patriotic and pleasing manner. Committees of ladies from all parts of the county united in completing the arrangements for the great occasion. These committees were as follows: Hanly-- Mrs. Joe Wallace, Mrs. W. J. Wilmore. Wilmore--Mrs. John B. Chambers, Mrs. James Hawkins. Keene--Mrs. C. E. Smith, Mrs. James Sallee. Nealton--Mrs. Annie Davis, Mrs. E. J. Young. Brannon--Mrs. Chas. Smith, Mrs. Len Bryant. Logana--Mrs. Cl1as. Spilln1an. Ambrose--Mrs Newton Davis. Little Hickman--Mrs. J. H. Dean. East Hickman--Mrs. Frank Mitchell, Mrs. Henry Muir. The following was the program for the occasion: 1798-J 898. Imagine County and nicbolasville Centennial. 10:30 a. m.: Street parade under supervision of Chief Marshal Geo. B. Taylor, and assistants. 12 m.: Dinner on Duncan Heights. 1:30 p. m.: Music by band-- My Country, Tis of Thee. Prayer by Dr. L Beecher Todd. Song, by quartette -- Auld Lang Syne. Address of welcome, on behalf of Jessamine couuty--Judge W H Phillips. Music by band-- Hail. Columbia! Happy Land. Address of welcome, in behalf Xicholasville--Maj. W. LSteele. Music by band -- Old Kentucky Home. Address--Col Bennett H. Young. Song by quartette-- Star Spangled Banner. Address--Hon. Evan E- Settle. Music by band-- D1xie. INDEX. Adams Mr., letter un- signed . 104 African M. K. Church . 198 Argabrite, Rev. K. W 190 Arnett, Chairman Board of Managers Jessamine Cen- tennial. Bookseller Inventory # APC9781230404059

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Biography and Historical Record of Ringgold County, Iowa

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Item Description: Lewis Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois, 1887. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in RinggoldCounty, IA, are recalled through colorful tales and factual data in this 128-page illustrated booklet, excerpts from the hard-to-find: Biography and Historical Record of Ringgold County, Iowa, which we believe was originally published by the Lewis Publishing Co. of Chicago in 1887. (Note: The original book was in tatters when we acquired it. Since the title page was missing, we obtained the above information from other sources and while we are confident it is correct, we cannot prove its accuracy. The book appears to have been originally printed on newsprint or a similar low grade of paper, making it very brittle. Pieces of some pages were missing, but the information remaining is a good source of historical and genealogical data. We felt this made the reprinting of it worthwhile, even in its poor condition. ) This brand new spiral-bound booklet is printed on 8.5" x 11" 60# bond paper. The tri-color cover is on 80# card stock, with the front protected by a vinyl sheet. The booklet: History of Ringgold County, Iowa USA. is one of hundreds of historic titles we have reproduced, all preserving the writings of early historians. Although the booklet is new, due to the deteriorating condition of the 100+ year-old original book, the printing is sometimes uneven and there are some blank areas within the text. Among the topics discussed are: the boundary dispute between Iowa and Missouri, topography, Charles Schooler and other early residents, the Civil History of the county, with names of early officials, financial settlement with Taylor County, Legal proceedings, slaves, a murder among friends with Indians falsely accused, the first district court and Ringgold's first county judge. the political history of the country at the time Ringgold became a county and during the Civil War, local officials, the county in the Civil War (with lots of names of participants) and stories of some units, especially the Company G, 4th Iowa Infantry, the 29th Iowa Infantry, and the 46th Iowa Infantry; the Press, the Bar, the town of Mount Ayr, and the villages of Kellerton, Tingley, Redding, Goshen, Wirt, Beaconsfield, Delphos, Ringgold City and others, and other items of interest. The booklet mentions many names, and also includes numerous biographies as follows: Abarr, D.C.; Abarr, J.W.; Allyn, George; Allyn, John; Anderson, A.T.; Anderson, George; Anderson, William; Archbald, John; Arnett, Henry; Arnett, W.L.; Askren, Robert; Auxier, E.E.; Avenell, James; Bailey, Samuel; Baird, Absalom; Baird, Samuel; Barnes, William; Barrett, J.T.; Baston, Jowett; Baumann, H.M.; Beall, Albert; Beall, I. Thomas; Beamer, Zed; Bear, Solomon; Beard, James; Beaty, John; Benedict, Melville; Benson, M.P.; Bernard, J.T.; Berson, J.H.; Blackmore, Alexander; Blauer, John; Boggs, Addison; Bonham, L.L.; Bosworth, Charles; Bradley, William; Brockett, J.W.; Brown, Elizabeth (Mrs.);Brown, George; Brown, Joel; Brown, William; Bullard, J.C.; Campbell, Robert; Campbell, Thomas; Campbell, William; Canney, Thomas; Carlton, David; Carter, J.D.; Carter, J.T.; Casner, William; Chance, Dorington; Coffin, Byron; Coie, John; Cole, William; Cook, Friend; Critchfield, C.W.; Crouch, J.W.; Daman, Cyrus; Davis, M.V.; Day, Benjamin; Denhart, Casper; Dewitt, E.N.; Dickson, George; Dickson, John; Dille, Charles; Dukes, John; Dunning, Day; Dunsmoor, Alson; Edwards, J.B.; Ellis, Francis; England, Samuel; Estel, George; Fife, Robert; Fisher, J.B.; Fittro, S.W.; Folts, John; Foster, A.; Foster, L.; Fouser, John C.; Fouser, William; Fuller, J.W.; Fullerton, George; Gander, J.H.; Gartin, G.W.; Gibboney, Francis; Glaze, S.W.; Gleason, Peter; Gleason, W.L.; Glendenning, James; Glendenning, John S.; Goodell, Abner; Gorsuch, J. Mack; Graham, I.G.; Green, Miles; Grimes, Charles, Grimes, Pleasant; Gustin, Alpheus; Gustin, Jeremiah; Hall, R.B.; Hall, Thomas; Harvey, William; Hathaway, Albert; Haviland, William; Heaton, Ernest; Henderson, John; Henry, Robert; Hepperley, T.C.; Hess, Andre. Bookseller Inventory # 000540

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History of Laclede, Camden, Dallas, Webster, Wright, Texas, Pulaski, Phelps and Dent Counties, Missouri / Wright County Missouri USA

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Papers Read Before the Lancaster County Historical Society Volume 13 (Paperback)

Lancaster County Society

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A History of Jessamine County, Kentucky; From Its Earliest Settlement to 1898 (Paperback)

Bennett Henderson Young

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Papers Read Before the Lancaster County Historical Society Volume 13 (Paperback)

Lancaster County Society

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History of White County Arkansas; Northwest Arkansas History

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in White County, AR, are recalled in this spiral bound booklet, comprised of excerpts from the 1889 book, Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Eastern Arkansas, and a product of the WPA, Arkansas, A Guide to the State, published in 1941. The 164-page booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a brief history of the county: Location and physical features, Agriculture, railroads, The Royal Colony -- a group of early settlers from Tennessee, and other early pioneers; formation of the county; County courts, officials and buildings, early settlers, the Civil War period; Searcy, the county seat, and other towns -- Beebe, Bradford, Bald Knob, Judsonia, Kensett, Spring Park, West Point, and others; Schools, including the Searcy Male and Female College, Galloway Female College and Judsonia University; Churches, and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are quite lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: H. K. Adams, James H. Adkins, John M. Allen, Thomas Smith Anderson, Moses Morgan Aunsspaugh, William C. Barclay, John M. Bartlett, Judge J.J. Bell, John W. Benton, Dr. T.B. Bobbitt, Robert I. Boggs, M.Love Booth, Gilliam Harper Booth, William F. Bradley, William Sackville Brewer, Dr. Charles Brown, Dr. R.L. Browning, Prof. Augustine W. Bumpass, Patrick Burns, George T. Burton, Robert W. Canada, R.W. Carnes, William H. Carodine, W.B. Carter, Alfred T. Carter, J.M. Catheart, R.W. Chrisp, Arthur Smith Claiborn, Green B. Clay, Dr. J. C. Cleveland, John D. Coffey, John Reed Coffey, William R. Cook, Joshua J. Crow, Jesse N. Cypert, J.W. Darden, Dr. James M. Davie, J.C.B. Davis, James B. Davis, John D. DeBois, John J. Deener, G.W. Dobbins, Charles L. Douthat, William T. Dowdy, T.A. Duncan, James Dupriest, Dr. J.S. Eastland, J.W. Edie, William H. Edwards, Thomas J. Edwards, James H. Edwards, Thomas B. Ellis, James Figg, W.E. Fisher, J.B. Foreman, Uriah E. Gentry, M.N. Gentry, C.S. George, Robert N. Gill, Emmet O. Gilliam, Dr. James Monroe Gist, George W. Goad, Joseph H. Grammer, B.F. Grammer, Philip Yancey Graves, Alfred Greer, James E. Gregory, Dr. Albert Griffin, Elijah Guise, John M. Hacker, James William Hall, Jacob Alah Hammons, John William Hammons, Abraham Hancock, Edward Harper, Rev. Henry F. Harvey, Richard D. Harris, Hubbard P. Heard, Col. V.H. Henderson, John T. Hicks, N.B. Hilger, Rev. William H. Hodges, John G. Holland, Dr. W. G. Holland, A.B. House, Andrew J. Hughs, D.W. Holiman, George Irwin, James M. Jackson, J.R. Jobe, Wiley A. Johnson, Thomas P. Jones, Dr. H.C. Jones, Dr. Arthur Clifford Jordan, J.S. Kelley, James M. Key, Blount Stanley King, John Thomas King, E.C. Kinney, H.C. Knowlton, Enoch Langley, Rev. Isom P. Langley, Fayette T. Laster, F.P. Laws (pix), George W. Leggett, Dr. John L. Leggett, John H. Leib, Benjamin W. Lewis, Jefferson Pinkney Linder, Benjamin H. Lumpkin, Dr. J.F. McAdams, Maj. John C. McCauley, James A. McCauley, George C. McCauley, R.H. McCulloch, Miles C. McDowell, George W. McKinney, D.L. McLeod, Dandridge McRae, Thomas Jefferson Malone, Mrs. Malinda J. Malone, Jeremiah E. Manasco, John S. Marsh, John W. Matthews, Burwill M. Merrill, Christian Miller, Dr. John S. Mitchell, Nathaniel Lee Mitchell, Dr. Josiah J. Moncrief, Dr. William Bird Moon, Dr. William D. Moon, Moore & Lyon, M.M. Morris, George L. Morris, James R. Neal, John H. Neal, John A. Neavill, Charles E. Newman, Elijah B. Norvell, T.J. Oliver, William De Berry Overstreet, Rev. William M. Owen, Littleberry B. Parker, John T. Patterson, Rev. J.A. Pemberton, Joshua W. Pence, N.B. Pettey, John. Bookseller Inventory # 000754

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History of Washington County Arkansas; Northwest Arkansas History

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 11" x 8.5". Early days in Washington County, AR, are recalled in this 11" x 8.5" spiral bound booklet, comprised of excerpts from the 1889 book, Goodspeed's History of Benton, Washington, Carroll, Madison, Crawford, Franklin and Sebastian Counties, Arkansas. The 166-page booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The first part of the booklet contains a history of the county: Physical features -- Topography, Geology, etc.; Settlement and Early Scenes; County Organizations; County Officers; Elections; County Finances; Railroads; Societies; Population; Courts and Crime; Attorneys; Military History, including extensive coverage of the Civil War; Cities, Towns and Villages -- Fayetteville, Springdale, Elm Springs, West Fork, Prairie Grove, Boonsboro, Evansville, Cincinnati, etc.; Education, including Cane Hill College, Fayetteville Female Seminary, Ozark Institute, Elm Springs Academy, Arkansas Industrial University; Churches; Post offices; and other items of interest. Besides the many names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Most are quite lengthy, and often include ancestors, previous residences, children, in-laws, affiliations, war records, and business activities. In the course of this they often shed light on the early businesses, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: William Agee, John T. Appleby, John J. Arnold, Dr. Evans Atwood, Philip Hudson Babb, Jeremiah Barnes, John F. Barr, George Wesley Barringer, Richard H. Bean, John M. Bell, Alvin J. Bellamy, John Quincy Benbrook, Allen H. Bennett, Millard Berry, Sheppard Hubbard Blackmer, Jesse Lee Blakemore, Benjamin F. Boone, Francis M. Boyd, J.L. Bozarth, David Bridenthal, Thomas Brooks, Dr. Javan Bryant, Charles Ratcliffe Buckner, H. Milton Butler, Albert M. Byrnes, A.J. Campbell, James B. Campbell, Thomas J. Campbell, William H. Campbell, Barton A. Carl, Obed C. Cate, Alexander Caton, James M. Chandler, Joel L. Cherry, Dr. D. Christian, Ambrose H. Clark, B.F. Clark, Ellery W. Clark, Damon Clarke, Charles T. Clayton, Samuel T. Cole, Prof. J. W. Coltrane, I.G. Combs, C.C. Conner, John M. Cox, Samuel A. Craig, Johnson Crawford, Leonidas E. Crawford, Rev. Henry C. Crowell, James C. Cunningham, Hiram Abiff Daily, Charles Dale, James E. Davis, Wilson M. Davis, George Freeman Deane, William S. Deaver, Wiley D. Deen, Mac Devin, David Divelbiss, Dr. Dryden Dold, James Dodson, Rev. William A. Douthit, Julius Linn Duke, Zebulon B. Edmiston, Howard Edwards, S.L. Eidson, William Harrison Eidson, William H. Engels, J.T. Evins, Jasper Farmer, James Felton, James Andrew Ferguson, T.R. Ferguson, John R. Flinn, Jonathan Foust, Stephen D. Gilbreath, Thomas Gladden, Dr. H.D. Gorham, James S. Graham, Riley Graham, Dr. Clifton Sidney Gray, Prof. Oliver Crosby Gray, A.J. Greathouse, Henderson Parmer Greene, Andrew Smith Gregg, H.P. Gregg, Thomas B. Greer, Major James M. Grimes, Thomas Montague Gunter, James S. Gwinn, A.J. Hale, Rev. G.P. Hanks, Samuel A. Hanna, Robert O. Hannah, Isham Harrell, J.R. Harris, William A.M. Harris, Fielding Hash, W.B. Haxton, Harvey F. Head, Armstrong Hendricks, Alexander Hendry, Patrick Hennessey, Daniel Harvey Hill, Albert J. Hodges, Jo Holcomb, William H. Holcomb, William D. Holland, B.F. Holway, James F. Hood, David G. Hope, Julius Franklin Howell, Rodham C. Horner, Samuel C. Howell, Col. Thomas J. Hunt, John W. Hutchens, James M. Jackson, Hairl P. Jenkins, Thomas Jennings, Dr. P.A. Johnson, Jacob Q. Johnson, Benjamin F. Johnson, Preston Johnson, Samuel P. Jones, William A.D. Jones, Luke L. Kantz, Daniel H. Karnes, John Karnes, William Karnes, Dr. Jesse R. Kelly, Thomas J. Kelly, Thomas H. Kerby, F. G. Kimbrough, William Clay Kuykendall, Milton F. Lake, George T. Lake, Thomas Latham, A.A. Langham, Preston J. Lea, Rev. Thomas Leach, Prof. Charles Hendee Leverett Augustus Buckner Lewis, Brackin Lewis, George W. Lewis, Willia. Bookseller Inventory # 000756

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History of Laclede, Camden, Dallas, Webster, Wright, Texas, Pulaski, Phelps and Dent Counties, Missouri / Webster County Missouri USA

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Item Description: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 8.5" x 11". Early days in Webster County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, factual data, and individual biographies in this NEW 180 page booklet, an excerpt reprinted from the rare 1889 book: History of Laclede, Camden, Dallas, Webster, Wright, Texas, Pulaski, Phelps and Dent Counties, Missouri. The spiral bound booklet is 8 1/2 x 11" and is photocopied on 60# paper, with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. Communities currently listed for this area by the National Association of Counties include: Diggins, Elkland, Fordland, Marshfield (County Seat), Niangua, Rogersville (part), and Seymour. Topics covered in the history of this rural county in central Missouri include: Physical Features, Description, etc.; Pioneers -- with purchasers listed by township number, range and section (example: Township 29, Range 16, was entered in 1846, by Thomas B. Love, on Sections 19 and 30); Early Marriages, with marriages for 1855 and 1856 listed (example: December 23, White S. Hargus and Margaret Cunningham, by John McEwen, M.G.) ; Physicians, Organization of the county, with many names of officials and transactions of the court; Election results; Courthouses, jail and poor farm; Courts and Bar; Murders and murderers, including the "demon family of Wellers" and several murders during the Civil War Years; Civil War Military Record, involving the 24th, 74th, and 46th Missouri Volunteer Infantry, the 8th Cavalry, Missouri State Militia, the 8th Missouri Vol. Cavalry, a skirmish near Marshfield, and a 13 page "Roster of Federal and Confederate Soldiers"; County Societies (including an anti-horse-thief league); Railroads; Township organizations; Villages (including Hazelwood, Teague Post Office, Frankfort, Webster City, Niangua, Northview, Bloomington, Bunker Hill, Russelville, Boston, St. Luke, Panther Valley, Seligman, Sand Springs, Diggins, Seymour, Mountain Dale, Waldo, Sarvis Point, White Oak Springs, Fordland, Rogersville, Henderson, Compton, Duncan, Elkland, and Marshfield; Tornado of 1878; Fires; Newspapers; Churches; and other bits of history and trivia. In addition to the many names mentioned in the first section of the booklet, there are a number of fairly detailed individual biographies. While these are of primary interest to their decendents, they contain many items of general historical interest, particularly accounts of Civil War activities. The Surnames include: Micajah Aldridge, Thomas Anderson, Scott Atkins, Floyd E. Barnes, John Bass, Joseph D. Bodenhamer, Samuel T. Brannock, Christopher W. Brooks, George A. Brown, Samuel H. Caldwell, James P. Callaway, Alexander M Cantrell, Felix G. Cantrell, Joseph P. Cantrell, Edmund P. Cardwell, Alexander G. Cardwell, Lewis S. Cass, Daniel E. Cates, Col. George L. Childress, Anderson H. Chitty, Samuel C. Crawford, William M. Crump, William G. Davis, Judge John H. Davison, Judge John Denney, Samuel B. Dugger, Freeman Evans, L. Farnsworth, Dr. Thomas S. Florance, John Freeman, John Fuson, Valentine Garner, Joiner Gentry, Rev. Jacob Good, Thomas Goodwin, D.L. Graham, Joshua H. Graves, John D. Green, James Green, Sheriff C.H. Greer, Newton F. Grier, Gus Gumpertz, Peter F. Hailey, Coffee Carroll Haggard, Oscar T. Hamlin, Abram Harges, John H. Hartley, William Z. Haymes, Dr. Messer Highfill, Thomas Russell Hightower, George Hoover, Silas A. Hoover, John W. Hubbard, Dr. William H. James, Robert W. Jameson, Hiram Jennings, William E. Jones, Eli W. Jones, Isaac C. Jones, Judge Joseph Keller, Allen Kilburn, Frederick King, Dr. Herndon H. Lea, Welcome Letchworth, Matthew Long, William L. Long, Russel McCormmach, Col. John F. McMahan, William T. McMahan, Robert McMahan, James McMahan, Prof. John H. Magill, Archibald Marlin, William A. Martin, Christian Mikkelsen, Capt. Friley Washington Moore, Joseph T. Moore, James Thomas Morris, John W. Nelson, John L. Pryor, William M. Puett, Samuel Y. Puryear, Henry Rabenau, John J. Redmond, Nicholas Rhodes, Rev. Bookseller Inventory # 000279

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History of Morgan County Indiana; Counties of Morgan, Monroe and Brown, Indiana

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Item Description: F.A. Battey & Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Book Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 11" x 8.5". The history of Morgan County Indiana and biographies of many of its early-day residents can be found in this booklet, a reprint of the Morgan portion of the rare 1884 book: Counties of Morgan, Monroe and Brown, Indiana, edited by Charles Blanchard. The original book was published by F.A. Battey & Co., Chicago. Histories of Brown and Monroe Counties are also available. The 11" x 8 1/2" spiral bound book is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. Because of our format, this 182-page booklet contains 369 pages from the original book. The history portion of the book includes the following topics: Description, Organization, Indian Cession Treaty, Land Survey and Early Entries, Court System, County Buildings, County Paupers, Agricultural Societies, Medical Societies, Politics, the Anti-Slavery Movement, Common and Graveled Roads, Railroads, the County Press, Resident Attorneys, Important Legal Cases, Early Officials, the Old Settlers' Association, Financies, Temperance Work, Military History, "Home Traitors", the Civil War demonstrations and meetings, various Militia groups, the 4th of July 1862 and 1963, Renewed Enlistment of Volunteers, Gen. Morgan's Raid, the Death of Pres. Lincoln, Morgan County Roll of Honor, History of each Township. This booklet also contains biographies of many persons who lived in the county in the 1800s, often giving the names of parents, spouse, in-laws, children, siblings, etc., as well as military service, politics, residence and occupation. All of this adds to the history of the town, as well as the individuals. The bios are listed alphabetically, by township: Washington Twp. and Martinsville --George A. Adams, William R. Asher, J.G. Bain, James P. Baldwin, Quincy A. Blankenship, John Bothwell, David Bothwell, Frank O. Brake, Elliott F. Branch, Robert H. Branch, Mrs. Martha A. Broughton, Col. James E. Burton, Patrick Cain, Edwin W. Callis, William P. Clark, John N. Cobb, Walter S. Coffee, Matthias B. Collins, John C. Comer, James F. Cox, William Cox, George W. Cramer, William S. Cramer, C.S. Crary, N.T. Cunningham, Marion Cunningham, Cyrus E. Davis, Benjamin Dessauer, George W. Egbert, Dr. Uriah H. Farr, Levi Ferguson, John J. Fertig, James Fisher, William L. Fulkerson, William G. Garrison, John Gibbs, Charles M. Gravis, Samuel S. Griffitt, George W. Grubbs, Samuel M. Guthridge, Wiley S. Halton, E.R. Hamilton, John T. Hammans, A.S. Hart, J.H. Hart, Clarkson C. Harvey, Charles Hastings, Austin Hatley, Leroy S. Hatley, Ebenezer Henderson, Cornelius Hill, Jarvis J. Hilton, D.L. Hine, Hiram J. Hinson, George Hubbard, Dr. D.P. Kennedy, Thomas A. Kennedy, James P. Kennedy, Dr. Charles A. Kessinger, Linden Laughlin, William N. Livingston (see Coffee & Livingston), Francis C. Lloyd, Charles Long, Harvey McDaniel, James M. McGowen, William Mabee, Sylvanus Major, James J. Maxwell, James H. Maxwell, William H. Miller, Samuel M. Mitchell, James V. Mitchell, John S. Newby, William Nicholson, John Nutter, Clement H. Nutter, Albert H. Nutter, Henry H. Olds, Willard E. Parks, Eaton W. Paxton, Van B. Pearcy, Francis P.A. Phelps, Tull Phelps, James Prather, John Prather, William Y. Pratt, John F. Ray, Felix A. Reinhart, Capt. Fletcher D. Rundell, Alfred W. Scott, Isaac D. Sheppard, James S. Sheppard, John Sheerer, Abel P. Shields, Maxwell Shireman, Henry Shireman, Henry Shireman Jr., Abraham Simms, Henry A. Smock, Thomas M. Somerville, James R. Starkey, E.F. Stimson, Austin Sweet, Dr. Robert H. Tarleton, William B. Taylor, John Thomas, Eli Thomas, Eli Thomas Jr., Harrison Thomas, Amos Thornburg, Dr. Salem A. Tilford, Benjamin W. Tilford, J.E. toner, Ervin Townsend, Thomas J. Townsend, Samuel Tucker, Rev. Aaron Turner, A.R. Vansickel, Albert Voyles, George M. Walker, A.B. Walker, F.M. Warner, William Williams, Edward Woods, Owen Woods; Brown Twp. and Mooresville -- George W. Bass, James M. Bishop, Harris Bray, Jarvis P. Calvert, John D. Carter, Nathaniel Carter, Matthew Comer, Paul Cox. Bookseller Inventory # 000849

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Papers read before the Lancaster County Historical Society Volume 13

Lancaster County Society.

ISBN 10: 1236796985 ISBN 13: 9781236796981

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Item Description: Paperback. Book Condition: New. This item is printed on demand. Paperback. This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1909 edition. Excerpt: . . . 1828, the Rev. J. B. Clemson, of Harrisburg, was called and entered on his duties in April, giving one-half of his time, and Rev. Mr. Clarkson one-eighth of his time. At the time of Mr. Clarksons death (1830) it was recorded--the pulpit, desk and table be shrouded in black for one year. In 1830 the whole interior wood work was torn out and renewed in very handsome and convenient style. Rev. Mr. Clemaon resigned in 1830, and Rev. Richard Morgan entered upon his duties as rector April 1st, 1831, for half his time. He resigned August, 1834. In 1835 Rev. Edward Y. Buchanan became rector, giving onehalf his time. January 29, 1838, it was resolved to build a new church of brick, 65x40 feet. This is the present building, but of stone. Old Pew Holders. Those holding pews in the old church when it was torn down were: Abner, William and George Ubil, James, William and Lightner Henderson, Thomas and Thomas G. Henderson, John McNeil, Diller and Mary terree, Amos and Elizabeth Henderson, Jarvis Mott, Frederick D. Baker, George Buckley, John Yeates, John, Barton and Amos Henderson, Margaret Henix, James Gibbs, Robert Baldwin, John D. Wilson, Samuel Jones, Davis Clemson, Miss Cowan, Margaret Piersol, John Henderson, Jacob Keisor, John Ubil, Samuel Martin, James Boyd, William Gibbs, Rudolph Feister. The clergy who have officiated since the resignation of Mr. Buchanan, in 1845, are: Rev. Henry Tullidge, of Erie, 1846; resigned 1856, and was succeeded by Rev. E. P. Wright. (The venerable E. Purdon Wright is living in Wisconsin, and until a few months ago was chaplain of the National Home, Wisconsin. ) Mr. Wright resigned in May, 1856, and Rev. W G. Hawkins served as rector, but resigned November 21, 1858. (Mr. Hawkins is living at Paonia, . . . This item ships from La Vergne,TN. book. Bookseller Inventory # 9781236796981

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The Proceedings of the British Academy, Vol. 80: 1991 Lectures and Memoirs

British Academy Staff

Published by Oxford University Press, Oxford (1993)

ISBN 10: 0197261248 ISBN 13: 9780197261248

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Item Description: Oxford University Press, Oxford, 1993. Hard Cover. Book Condition: Very Good. Maroon cloth boards with bright, gilt titles on spine. No ownership marks. 9.5x6. 508pp. B/w plates. "Contents - 1991 Lectures. Recording Angels and Answering Machines. PETER PORTER (Warton Lecture on English Poetry). The Folk and the Gwerin: The Myth and the Reality of Popular Culture in 19th-Century Scotland and Wales. CHRISTOPHER HARVIE (Sir John Rhfs Memorial Lecture). Parks and Ardens, ANNE BARTON (Shakespeare Lecture). Edmund Spenser, Poet of Exile. RICHARD McCABE (Chatterton Lecture on Poetry). Hattusha, City of Gods and Temples: Results of the Excavations in the Upper City. PETER J. NEVE (Mortimer Wheeler Archaeological Lecture). The Napoleonic Era in Southern Italy: An Ambiguous Legacy? J. A. DAVIS (Italian Lecture). The Codification of Commercial Law in Victorian Britain. ALAN RODGER (Maccabaean Lecture in Jurisprudence). Two Types of Naturalism. T. R. BALDWIN (Philosophical Lecture). Incomplete Market Economies. FRANK HAHN (Keynes Lecture in Economics). Memoirs. Antony Andrewes, 1910-1990. D. M. LEWIS. John Gordon Beckwith, 1918-1991. PAUL WILLIAMSON. Frederick Fyvie Bruce, 1910-1990. HOWARD MARSHALL. Norman Davis, 1913-1989. D. GRAY. Meyer Fortes, 1906-1983. R. GOODY. Morris Ginsberg, 1889-1970. JEAN FLOUD. Eugenie Jane Andrina Henderson, 1914-1989 R. H. ROBINS. Kenneth Hurlstone Jackson, 1909-1991 J. E. C. WILLIAMS. George Williams Keeton, 1902-1989 L. A. SHERIDAN. Neil Ripley Ker, 1908-1982 A. I. DOYLE. Russell Meiggs, 1902-1989 KENNETH DOVER. Roger Aubrey Baskerville Mynors, 1903-1989 MICHAEL WINTERBOTTOM. Michael Joseph Oakeshott, 1901-1990 NEVIL JOHNSON. John Claude Trewinard Oates, 1912-1990 LOTTE HELLINGA. Hilary Seton Offler, 1913-1991 P. D. A. HARVEY. Otto Pacht, 1902-1988 JONATHAN J. G. ALEXANDER. Henry Habberley Price, 1899-1984 JONATHAN HARRISON. Ernest Gordon Rupp, 1910-1986 P. N. BROOKS. Jocelyn Mary Catherine Toynbee, 1897-1985 J. M. REYNOLDS. Size: Lge 8vo. Bookseller Inventory # 137874

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