Boston History in the Boston Poets, Old South Leaflets XXV, No. 176-183, Garrison's First Anti-Slavery Address in Boston; Anne Hutchinson in Massachusetts, et al
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Peach-brown covers with black lettering. Lightly rubbed along the spine. Strong binding. 20 pages of introduction and the following leaflets: The Founding of Boston (No. 176); Cotton Mather's Tribute to Ezekiel Cheever (177); Ann Hutchinson in Massachusetts (178); James Otis, Samuel Adams, and John Hancock (179); Garrison's First Anti-Slavery Address in Boston (180); Young Heroes of the Civil War (181); Farewell Address as Mayor of Boston, 1829 (182); The Old South Meeting House (183). Bookseller Inventory # 034485
Title: Boston History in the Boston Poets, Old ...
Publisher: Old South Meeting House, Boston
Publication Date: 1907
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: VG-
Edition: First Thus
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