Title: Dorchester in 1630, 1776 and 1855. An ...
Publisher: David Clapp
Publication Date: 1855
Book Condition: Fine
Edition: First Edition.
Boston, 1855. 8vo, publisher's brown patterned cloth, 158 pp. An uncommonly well preserved copy, in near fine condition with fine contents and a sound binding. Some tiny chips to cloth at head of spine, else fine. Everett's Fourth of July address from 1855 in Dorchester, with a historical account of the town and an account of the celebrations on the 79th anniversary of the declaration of independence. The address includes a military history of Dorchester. Bookseller Inventory # 15271
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