An English Settler in Pioneer Wisconsin, The Letters of Edwin Bottomley 1842-1850
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Wisconsin Historical Society, WI. "The papers presented in this volume tell the story of the life and strivings of the sturdy Wisconsin pioneer who wrote them." Edwin Bottomley is presented prior to his coming to America and then his papers and life story. Bottomley settled near Racine. He died in 1850 from typhoid fever. Volume XXV of the Publications of the State Historical Society of Wisconsin. Limited to 1250 copies printed. Good+ copy of the first edition. The spine’s gilded lettering is slightly faded, the binding and hinges are strong. 250 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 36073
Title: An English Settler in Pioneer Wisconsin, The...
Publication Date: 1918
Book Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Edition
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