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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Clark County, WI, are recalled through in this NEW 29 page booklet, filled with local history and biographies of prominent residents. The information comes from a rare 1881 book, entitled History of Northern Wisconsin. The booklet is photocopie single-sided on 60 pound 8 1/2" x 11" opaque paper. The front cover is a parchtex card stock, protected with a vinyl sheet. We've enlarged the Clark County area of a map from the original book, and included it along with two other maps of historic interest. Communities currently listed for this area by the National Association of Counties include: Abbotsford (part), Beaver, Butler, Chili, Colby (part), Curtiss, Dewhurst, Dorchester (part), Eaton, Foster, Fremont, Grant, Granton, Green Grove, Greenwood, Hendren, Hewett, Hixon, Hoard, Humbird, Levis, Longwood, Loyal, Lynn, Mayville, Mead, Mentor, Neillsville (County Seat), Owen, Pine Valley, Reseburg,Seif, Sherman, Sherwood, Thorp, Unity (part), Warner, Washburn, Weston, Willard, Withee, Worden, and York. (Some towns may not be mentioned in the booklet.) Among the many subjects included are: Location and Natural Resources, like the Black River; Mormons and Pine Trees; the Enterprising arrivals of 1846; the Courtship and Wedding of James O'Neill and Jane Douglass and other "social" events; Disaster of 1847 and the Panic of 1857; early murders and rough characters; New arrivals -- year by year; First County officers; County Seat Dispute between Weston and Neillsville; County courthouse, jail and poor-house; Newspapers; Pineries and Logging; Neillsville and Clark County during the Civil War; Post War Improvements; Schools; Churches; Neillsville and Merrillon Railroad; Secret Societies; the Sherman Guards; Neillsville Manufacturers, including the Neillsville Flour Mills, Neillsville Brewery, Sterns Stair Factory, Leason Pump Factory, the Neillsville Foundry and Machine Shop, etc.; Humbird Smallpox Epidemic; Greenwood "firsts"; the dam at Hemlock; Colby and Dorchester, on the Wisconsin Central RR; a "live" newspaper in Colby ; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: This booklet contains biographies of many county residents of the late 1800s. Some of these are brief, but others include family members, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on area businesses, churches, professions and institutions, and on news events. Those listed are: (not in alphabetical order): Levi Archer, George A. Austin, Orson Bacon, Chauncey Blakeslee, S.C. Boardman, Emery Bruley, C.E. Bussell, William Campbell, J.F. Canon, F.G. Cawley, S.F. Chubb, A.W. Clark, W.C. Crandall, R. Dewhurst, D. Dickinson, Dr. B.R. Dickinson, L.A. Doolittle, P.S. Dudley, B.F. French, J.W. Ferguson, James Furlong, L.W. Gallaher, Daniel Gates, J.L. Gates, Ansen Green, G.J. Gart, Mrs. Almira Head, James Hewett (pix), Peter Johnson, Ira B. Jones, J.B. Jones, Solomon F. Josephs, F.A. Lee, F. D. Lindsay, George L. Lloyd, George A. Ludington, James Lynch, R.J. MacBride, E.H. Markey, Dr. W.B. Morley, Henry Myers, William Neverman, James O'Neill, James O'Neill Jr. Rev. Harvey Palmer, Hiram Palmer, J.A. Parkhurst, Thomas B. Philpott, Philip Ramminger, Mrs. M.W. Reddan, John Reed, M.C. Ring, Jacob Rossman, Herman Schuster, G. Sterns, J.R. Sturdevant, J.W. Sturdevant, H.E. Taylor, James A. Templeton, J.H. Thayer, Julius Tragsdorf, G.W. Trogner, L. Weeks, O.P. Wells, H.N. Withee, C.A. Youmans, Charles Cornelius, Henry Counsell, John S. Dore, Authur Hutchinson, Nelson Marsh, Thomas Reed, Ernest Eilert, E.A. Freeman, C.F.W. Schmidt, W. J. Armstrong, G.B. Begley, John Brown, H.W. Hunt, A.S. Eaton, George Huntzicker, Genry Huntzicker, Frank Pfeifer, Philip Rossman, Robert Schofield, Patrick Sheehan, H.J. Thomas, Jones Thompkins, M.B. Warner, Horace M. Weston, J.C. Gwin, M.P. Hartford, Harry Philpott, E.A. Eaton, C.W. Carpenter, G.G. Reul, Charles Phillip Bahl, W.H. Bartell, Frank Brott, J.S. Edminster. Seller Inventory # 000407

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Jackson County, WI, are recalled through colorful tales and factual data in this new 36 page 8 1/2" x 11" spiral-bound booklet, photocopie single-sided on 60 # opaque paper. The front cover is a parchtex card stock, protected with a vinyl sheet. The information comes from a rare 1881 book, entitled History of Northern Wisconsin. We've enlarged the area on a map from the original book, and included it along with two other maps of historic interest. Communities currently listed for this area by the National Association of Counties include: Adams, Albion, Alma, Alma Center, Bear Bluff, Black River Falls (County Seat), Brockway, City Point, Cleveland, Curran, Franklin, Garden Valley, Garfield, Hixton, Irving, Knapp, Komensky, Manchester, Melrose, Merrillan, Millston, North Bend, Northfield, Springfield, Taylor. Some towns may not be mentioned in the booklet.) Among the many subjects included are: Location and Natural Formations like Black River Falls and Silver Bluff; Mineral Resources and Agriculture; Indian Occupation; Early settlers; Logging and Lumbering; First two births, first two deaths and first three marrages in county; Three year stay of Mormons in the area; When "inebriety" was the rule (even in court) and card-playing a popular vice; scarcity of white women; Early 4th of July celebration and a 50-hour dance; Early schools, preachers, hotels, saw-mills, businesses, etc.; Newspapers; Secret Societies; Manufacturing; county buildings and officers; the village of Black River Falls (with a sketch); Arsonist's Destruction of the town in 1860; Brief looks at Alma Center, Hixton, Sechlersville, Melrose and North Bend, with names of many businesses; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: This booklet contains biographies of many county residents of the late 1800s. Some of these are brief, but others include family members, affiliations, war records, and business activities, in the course of which they often shed light on area businesses, churches, professions and institutions, and on news events. Those listed are (NOT in alphabetical order): J.H. Allen, H.C. Arnold, N.A. Batcheller, Fredrick Blake, James Chandler, F.R. Chapman, Dr. H.B. Cole, J.W. Cole, Joseph Clancy, Oscar Clapp, Ludovick L. Dimmick, Carl F. W. Erdman, F.M. Goodenough, James Ice, C.R. Johnson, W.C. Jones, Henry Lake, Algeroy LeClair, W.T. Murray, Ulrich Oderbolz, W. R. O'Hearn, John Parsons, G.M. Perry, T.H. Phillips, Carl C. Pope, M.M. Post, A.A. Prestermoen, William Thomas Price, Dr. James Robie, A.E. Sawyer, Andrew Sheppard, Fredrick Simpson, Capt. Peter Trudell, Dr. Fredrick Warner, Charles C. Wason, Rev. Bert E. Wheeler, Edward J. Austin, William H. Bunce, Lester H. Clow, Leander A. Comstock, Isaac E. Darling, N. Davis, Jerome L. Barker; Albridge Eaton, Albian Estey, Rev. Harry M. Hackney, John W. Hamilton, C.H. Ketchum, James L. Loomis, Martin Martens, George B. Marvin, Charles Merrill, Benjamin H. Merrill, Julius H. Miller, Edwin E. Moore, Alonzo H. Owen, Anson W. Prindle, Rev. William C. Ross, George P. Rossman, A. Tuttle, Alvin S. Trow, George R. Watson, Asa Wood, Marshal J. Chapman, Lewis B. Johnson, Charles W. Kenson, Capt. Daniel McSwain, Harvey D. McSwain, George N. Marks, Adison W. Merrill, J.B. Miller, William Miller, Henry W. Northrop, William Burton, Aaron Clinton, Tully Dorronce, Joseph D. Hoffman, Oscar F. Hoffman, Peter Hoffman, Matthew R. Letson, John Peterson, Edmund Pratt, George F. Seger, William D. Sherwood, Dr. Lyman T. Branch, Samuel M. Curran, George M. Hull, James H. Lounsbury, Thomas P. Marsh, Henry Nolop, Isaac B. Richardson, Schuyler H. Van Gorden, David J. Aller, Mrs. Harriet Champlin, Nelson Colburn, Frank G. Davis, Mrs. Hugh Douglas, Mark Douglas, Robert Douglas, A.K. James, Jacob A. Johnson, Vincent B. Newland, William H. Polleys, Eli Tiffany, William A. Sholes, John H. Willard, Lewis F. Crandell, John Glennie, Benjamin F. Gipple, John H. McDonald, H.B. Mills, Nicholas Fifer. Seller Inventory # 000412

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from Annual Reports of the Selectmen, Treasurer, School Board, Library Trustees, Firewards, of the Town of Bennington, for the Year Ending February 15th, 1895: Also Tables of Vital Statistics Nov., 1893, to Feb. $153 75 H. W. Eldredge, Town reports, 25 00 printing deeds, 2 00 Fire extinguisher, 15 00 Nashua Concreting 126 00 Dodge Ross, building fence, t 8 75 Freight bill, 1 35 F. Mallett, watching fire, 75 Victor Crossett, 75 E. M. Scarbo, 1 50 W. P. Richardson, repairing rbdd machine, 14 50 Asa Davis, stone 5 50 H. J. Burtt, stone posts, labor, etc., 2 85 check lists, 72 E. O. Eastman, 8 98 E. W. Jones, 3 00 E. R. Angel, 3 00 W. Taylor, bounty on hawks, 1 00 Henry Harrison, 75 Mrs. Sam Foot, cleaning library, 90 W. C. And F. O. Starrett, lumber, 5 30 Josiah Loveren, lumber, 14 22 Edson O. Eastman, 55 J. L. Fleming, plan for cemetery, 6 17 F. H. Coffin, police badges, 2 00 F. M. Twitchell, feeding tramps, 3 00 W. H. Odell, feeding tramps, 3 71 C. E. Eaton, feeding tramps, 1 25 C. E. Eaton, cash paid sundries. 4 05 F. M. Twitchell, paid for tax books, 63 labor on sidewalk, 12 00 lock for ballot box, 35 O. H. Loveland, medical services, 1893, 12 7 Goodell company, 7 8? About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9781333768423

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 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. Seller Inventory # 000479

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Bennington New Hampshire

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ISBN 10: 1333768427 ISBN 13: 9781333768423

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from Annual Reports of the Selectmen, Treasurer, School Board, Library Trustees, Firewards, of the Town of Bennington, for the Year Ending February 15th, 1895: Also Tables of Vital Statistics Nov., 1893, to Feb. $153 75 H. W. Eldredge, Town reports, 25 00 printing deeds, 2 00 Fire extinguisher, 15 00 Nashua Concreting 126 00 Dodge Ross, building fence, t 8 75 Freight bill, 1 35 F. Mallett, watching fire, 75 Victor Crossett, 75 E. M. Scarbo, 1 50 W. P. Richardson, repairing rbdd machine, 14 50 Asa Davis, stone 5 50 H. J. Burtt, stone posts, labor, etc., 2 85 check lists, 72 E. O. Eastman, 8 98 E. W. Jones, 3 00 E. R. Angel, 3 00 W. Taylor, bounty on hawks, 1 00 Henry Harrison, 75 Mrs. Sam Foot, cleaning library, 90 W. C. And F. O. Starrett, lumber, 5 30 Josiah Loveren, lumber, 14 22 Edson O. Eastman, 55 J. L. Fleming, plan for cemetery, 6 17 F. H. Coffin, police badges, 2 00 F. M. Twitchell, feeding tramps, 3 00 W. H. Odell, feeding tramps, 3 71 C. E. Eaton, feeding tramps, 1 25 C. E. Eaton, cash paid sundries. 4 05 F. M. Twitchell, paid for tax books, 63 labor on sidewalk, 12 00 lock for ballot box, 35 O. H. Loveland, medical services, 1893, 12 7 Goodell company, 7 8? About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9781333768423

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Marietta College

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ISBN 10: 0332251225 ISBN 13: 9780332251226

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from Catalogue of the Officers and Students in Marietta College: For the Academic Year, 1881-82 Theodore Earl Butler, Columbus, Mr. R. P. Iams s. Efrank Howard Chamberlain, Marietta, Hon. L.VV. Chamberlain s. Paul Eaton, Washington, D. C., Prof. Rosseter s. William Fischer, Marietta, Mr. W. Fischer s. Theron Holbrook Hawks, Marietta, Rev. Dr. Hawks s. Robert Grant Kinkead, Marietta, Mr. Kinkead s. Henry mcintire W. Moore, Columbus, Mr. A. S. Curtis s. David William Morgan, J Ohnstown, Pa., 9 S. H. Harry Webster Nickerson, Beverly, Mr. C. E. Glines s. Wylie Edward Oldham, Marietta, Mrs. Oldham s. Israel Putnam, West Mr. D. Putnam s. Charles Andrews Rosseter, Marietta, Prof. Rosseter s. Edward Armstrong Sayre, Letart, W. Va., 26 N. H. Robert Harper Sayre, Letart, W. Va., 26 N. H. Thomas Pierce Thomas, Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. J ett s. Weston Kent Thomas, Marietta, Mr. W. B. Thomas s. 9john Benjamin Webb, Cincinnati, Mr. G. P. Dye s. IN special studies. Tnathaniel Kies, Paducah, Ky., Rev. Mr. Broesel s. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # APC9780332251226

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Davis, Louise Littleton.

Published by Gretna, LA: Pelican Publishing Company, 1976. (1976)

ISBN 10: 0882890840 ISBN 13: 9780882890845

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About this Item: Gretna, LA: Pelican Publishing Company, 1976., 1976. Presumed first edition (no direct statement provided but with matching dates upon title and copyright pages) INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. x, 190 pages. Hardcover: H 22.25cm x L 14.5cm. White dust jacket rubbed with some soiling and toning as well as a few foxing spots. Blue boards with vibrant gilt stamping to spine. Strong foxing to edges; strong toning to front free endpaper caused by newspaper clippings regarding the author and her book taped to ffep verso and half-title recto; some additional foxing to early leaves with scattered occurrences to interior text pages. Author's two-line black ballpoint ink inscription on toned front free endpaper verso "Greetings to Mrs. Austin W. Wilson | Louise Littleton Davis" followed by "November 8, 1976" in different handwriting and blue ballpoint ink so probably a notation by the past owner. Binding is firm. A very good- copy in a very good- dust jacket. With Preface, Bibliography, and Index. Features eleven chapters titled as: "Sam Houston and the Mystery of his Tragic Marriage;" "Aaron Burr was Framed;" "Lincoya, Old Andy's Little Indian;" "Pretty Peggy Eaton;" "'Black Horse Harry' Lee;" "Matthew Fontaine Maury and the Seas;" "Capt. William Driver and the Flag;" "Steamboatin' Tom Ryman;" "George Washington Sent Augustin Gattinger;" "Yellow Terror;" and "The Mystery of the Melungeons." ISBN 0882890840. Seller Inventory # D17-3808

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Crawford County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, factual data, and individual biographies in this booklet, an excerpt reprinted from the rare book: History of Franklin, Jefferson, Washington, Crawford and Gasconade Counties, Missouri, originally published by Goodspeed Publishing Company of Chicago in 1888. The 70-page spiral bound booklet is 8 1/2 x 11" & is photocopied on 60# paper, with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. (Booklets on each of the other four counties are available on eBay and/or through our website.) Topics covered in the history of this rural county in east-central Missouri include: Boundaries, Topography, Mineral Resources, Streams, Soil, Fishing Spring, and other Natural Features; First Settlers -- William Harrison and others; A list of first land entries with many names; County organization and names of county officials; Courts and court officials; a variety of court cases, from the theft of a pair of shoes to mismarking hogs to a case involving the murder of a child by a slave and the murder of an entire family, followed by the lynching of the suspected murderer; Railroads; the Civil War period with names of officers; Lodges, Newspapers; Churches; Steelville -- James Steel and other early settlers, early officials, lodges (including a sketch on J.J. Upchurch, founder of A.O.U.W. and one-time resident of Steelville), businesses, and newspapers; Other towns, including Cuba, Leasburg, Burbon, Anthony's Mills, Oak Hill, Midland, and others; Churches; and Schools, including Steelville Academy; and other items of interest. 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. They include: Addison Adams, William P. Allsman, Stephen D. Anthony, William D. Bass, Thomas Bass, Elias A. Bass, Rowland Bass, Thomas Bass Jr., Joel Beezley, Isaac J. Blair, Isaac M. Blevins, John R. Briscoe, John A. Cairns, Jacob W. Carr, George D. Clark, Dr. Joel T. Coffee, John L. Cook, Samuel J. Craig, Jacob C. Cross, Daniel Curtis, William J. Daniels, William H. Davis, George D. Day, John L. Denton, William C. Devol, David E. Dunlap, John A. Dunlap, James M. Eaton, John M. Eaton, Ellis G. Evans, William C. Evans, John F. Evans, Thomas Everson, Henry P. Farrow, Albert U. Farrow, William H. Ferguson, Patrick Fitzgerald, John Fleming, George W. Forbes, William A. Gibbs, Thomas R. Gibson, Dr. Alexander Gibson, James A. Green, James L. Griffith, Preston Halbert, William Halliburton, James R. Hamlin, Dr. N.H. Hardesty, L.E. Harris, Edgar P. Harris, Benjamin F. Hethcock, Capt. Edward T. Herndon, William R. Hibler, Jacob R. Hiller, James E. Hollow, Thomas Jamison, Albert W. Johnson, James B. Jones, J.A. Key, James M. Key, Jacob M. Kinsey, Benjamin Lea, Lawrence H. Lewis, Matthew Little, W.A. Lockhart, Calvin Vilander Lynch, David McIntosh, John W. Martin, Whitaker A. Martin, Dr. Thomas P. Martyn, Edward Marsh, George W. Matlock, Zachariah T. Maxwell, Dr. Samuel W. Meineke, John Moss, Robert Moore, Christopher Mountz, Alexander M. Munro, Joseph S. Murray, James M. Pickens, Ethan Allen Pinnell, Andrew B. Pinnell, William T. Powell, H.M. Ramsey, Benjamin B. Reagan, Dr. Lafayette D. Rennaux, William R. Roach, Benjamin F. Russell, George W. Sanders, Lyburn H. Scott, Lewis C. Scott, Lemuel Self, James B. Simpson, John J. Simpson, Reuben Smith, Henry W. Smith, Duthon B. Snody, Capt. Henry Souders, Josephus C. Steele, James I. Summers, Samuel N. Sumwalt, William Taff, Joseph N. Taylor, Mrs. Cyrena M. Taylor, Francis N. Thomas, Herman H. Tieman, Marvin W. Trask, Andrew H. Trask, Mrs. Martha Treece, John Jordan Upchurch, Lorenzo D. Viemann, James W. Walls, William W. Walls, Henry B. Ward, Harrison H. Webb, Laban Wilkinson, Dr. S. Seller Inventory # 000836

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About this Item: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois, 1886. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 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. Seller Inventory # 000726

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Fitzgerald, Anne.

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About this Item: Kentucky Historical Society, Frankfort. Soft cover. Condition: Good. Volume 05, No. 1, July, 1969, 4to, pp1-55. Wrps. G. Includes: Record of Marriages confirmed by Rev. G. Gates of Middletown, Kentucky; Kentucky References Found in History of Grundy County, Missouri, 1881, by Miss Annette Hoffman; Postmasters at Long Falls Creek Post Office, McLean County, Kentucky, by Katharyn C. Leachman; The Story of the Four Richard Parkers, Mason County, Kentucky, by Mrs. Lula Reed Boss; John McKenney, by Margaret S. Hartman; The First Ham(m)on(d) Familiesin Kentucky, by Neal Owen Hammon; Haden of Virginia and Kentucky, by Charles Hughes Hamlin, Concerning the Ancestry of Thomas Milton Tinney, by Thomas Milton Tinney; Watson Migration from Maryland, by Richard S. Uhrbrock; Samuel Porter, by Harold T. Smutz; Abstracts of Clippings, by Mrs. Robert R. Hartman, Jr., Bible Record of McKee Family, by Mrs. Ralph E. Sutton; Elijah Eaton Bible, by Ben Hume Morris; Harrison-Franklin Bible, by Mrs. Martha P. Reneau; The Three Leachman Family Bibles, by William L. Litsey; Records from the Rev. John G. Ellis Bible, by Mrs. Maklin C. Northcutt; Some Cemeteries in Owsley County, Kentucky, Shepherd Cemetery, by Rev. Dennis L. Brewer; Lewisport, Hancock County, Kentucky, Cemetery, by M. J. Edgeworth; Yates Family Cememtery, by H. T. Parrish. Seller Inventory # 13216

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Coyner, J.M. et al

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About this Item: Salt Lake City, Chicago, Cincinnati: Hand-Book Publishing Co., 1882. Pamphlet binder. Booklet, enclosed in a worn pamphlet binder. Ex-library,foxing, else good. Contributors include: Mrs. Horace Eaton; J.M. Coyner, R.G. McNiece, T.W. Lincoln, C.C. Goodwin, T.B. Hilton, M.M. Bane, J.S. Boreman, Mrs. J.A. Froiseth, J.H. Carleton, Eli H. Murray, O.J. Hollister, Mrs. A.G. Paddock, Arthur L. Thomas, John R. McBride, and others 96 pp. Seller Inventory # 384815

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from Annual Reports of the Selectmen, Treasurer, School Board, Library Trustees, Firewards, of the Town of Bennington, for the Year Ending February 15th, 1895: Also Tables of Vital Statistics Nov., 1893, to Feb. $153 75 H. W. Eldredge, Town reports, 25 00 printing deeds, 2 00 Fire extinguisher, 15 00 Nashua Concreting 126 00 Dodge Ross, building fence, t 8 75 Freight bill, 1 35 F. Mallett, watching fire, 75 Victor Crossett, 75 E. M. Scarbo, 1 50 W. P. Richardson, repairing rbdd machine, 14 50 Asa Davis, stone 5 50 H. J. Burtt, stone posts, labor, etc., 2 85 check lists, 72 E. O. Eastman, 8 98 E. W. Jones, 3 00 E. R. Angel, 3 00 W. Taylor, bounty on hawks, 1 00 Henry Harrison, 75 Mrs. Sam Foot, cleaning library, 90 W. C. And F. O. Starrett, lumber, 5 30 Josiah Loveren, lumber, 14 22 Edson O. Eastman, 55 J. L. Fleming, plan for cemetery, 6 17 F. H. Coffin, police badges, 2 00 F. M. Twitchell, feeding tramps, 3 00 W. H. Odell, feeding tramps, 3 71 C. E. Eaton, feeding tramps, 1 25 C. E. Eaton, cash paid sundries. 4 05 F. M. Twitchell, paid for tax books, 63 labor on sidewalk, 12 00 lock for ballot box, 35 O. H. Loveland, medical services, 1893, 12 7 Goodell company, 7 8? About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9781333768423

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Pillsbury Kitchens

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About this Item: Pillsbury Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1969. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 005540: This is the 20th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered; cover edges are slightly worn. Each Recipe includes the name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of Magic Marshmallow Crescent Puffs (by Mrs. Edna M. Holmgren, Hopkins, MN) * Very Berry Lemon Cake (by Mrs. Earl Wyman, Pembina, ND) * Sirloin Burgundy Bake (by Mr. Harold M. McCoy, Chicago, IL) * Plus 97 More - From Pillsbury's 20th Annual Bake-Off Contest. Additional recipes were by: Mrs. Kenneth M. McGrath, Salisbury, MD * Mrs. Joyce A. Conway, Castaic, CA * Mrs. A. B. Harrison, Jacksonville, FL * Mrs. Newton Sawyer, Palatine, IL * Mrs. Phyllis Saevre, Janesville, WI * Mrs. Octa Spaulding, Midwest City, OK * Mrs. Clyde Ferrell, Long Beach, CA * Mrs. William B. Misch, New Buffalo, MI * Mrs. Joseph D. Micklus, Woodland Hills, CA * Mrs. Marian Boyden, Delta, CO * Mrs. Kathryne E. Ballard, Tucson, AZ * Mrs. Alice Jane Roche, Washington, PA * Mrs. Kathryn D. Stone, Junction City, KS * Mrs. Ella Riddler, Pagedale, MO * Mrs. Frank B. Propst, Tuscaloosa, AL * Mrs. William S. Bradfield, Overland Park, KS * Mrs. Verne Ensle, Osawatomie, KS * Mrs. Joyce Kauffman, Rockville, MD * Mrs. Leonard E. Markford, Upper Darby, PA * Mrs. Sophia D. Eaton, Williamsburg, MA * Mrs. Charles G. Lombardi, Mechanicsburg, PA * Miss Frances M. Alkire, Rolling Hills Estates, CA * Miss Iva Kiser, Springfield, VA * Mrs. Terryl L. Trude, St. Paul, MN * Mrs. Robert E. Selby, Tucson, AZ * Mrs. Violet Perez, Tampa, FL * Mrs. Beverly A. Chiles, Hurst, TX * Mrs. Mary Jane Sobel, Houston, TX * Mrs. E. T. Webster, Columbia, SC * Mrs. Darrel Fisher, Columbus, OH * Mr. John L. Gillis Jr, Anaheim, CA * Mrs. Albert J. Miraglia, Medford, MA * Mrs. Walter S. Bryde, Wilmington, DE * Mrs. Sharon Black, Mesa, AZ * Mrs. Robert C. Pace Jr, Jasper, TX * Mr. Glenn Burdett, Long Beach, CA * Mrs. Lloyd Janikula, Montrose, MN * Miss Jean Carollo, Denver, CO * Mrs. Adelaide B. Shaw, Los Angeles, CA * Mrs. Rosella Atkinson, Mead, WA * Miss Donna Staufenbiel, St. Louis, MO * Miss Vicki Belschner, Amherst, NE * Mrs. L. H. Gassaway, Tulsa, OK * Mrs. Barbara K. Ross, Clearwater, MN * Mrs. Harold Sincher, Madison, WI * Mrs. Carolyn Sweet, Maxwell, CA * Mrs. Ben D. Jones Jr, Terrell, TX * Mrs. Theresa Arndt, Tustin, CA * Mrs. Virgil D. Bechner, Lynchburg, VA * Mrs. Celeste C. Cannon, Dallas, TX * Mrs. Lyman Francis, Cheshire, CT * Mrs. Mary Lou Grunert, Oklahoma City, OK * Mrs. Marian Crandall, Watertown, NY * Mrs. Shirley DeSantis, Bethlehem, PA * Mrs. Helen Rigisich, Walnut Creek, CA * Mr. Roy B. Jackson, Willows, CA * Mrs. Mary G. Cerami, Rolling Hills Estates, CA * Mrs. Ralph L. Hurst, Hanna City, IL * Mrs. Esther V. Tomich, San Pedro, CA * Mrs. Russel Elsass, Alliance, OH * Mrs. Jack A. Bechtel, Milford, MI * Mrs. Don Goldklang, Hollywood, CA * Mrs. G. L. Hollapeter, El Segundo, CA * Mrs. Philip L. Call, Aptos, CA * Mrs. Paul A. Starke, Bloomington, IN * Mrs. Angela Wencel, LaGrange Park, IL * Mrs. Glenwith Smith, Houston, TX * Mrs. Adeline Carr, Altadena, CA * Mrs. Kathy Costello, Butte, MT * Mrs. Earl Brandenburg, Cincinnati, OH * Mrs. Juanita Booth, Norwalk, CA * Mrs. Laverne Buckley, Collins, NY * Mrs. Normand R. Pelletier, Fort Kent, ME * Mrs. Coy Greenlee, San Juan Capistrano, CA * Mrs. J. David Buck, Littleton, CO * Mrs. Sam Aspis, Shaker Heights, OH * Mrs. Lawrence R. Ross, Seymour, IN * Mrs. John R. Clopton, St. Maries, ID * Mrs. Jerry Robinson, Bradenton, FL * Mrs. Marlin Senne, Thompson, IA * Mrs. Helmuth Holze, Elgin, IL * Mrs. Blanche Johnston, Anaheim, CA * Mrs. Wayne E. Hidy, Bloomingburg, OH * Mrs. David M. Hill, San Antonio, TX * Miss Sandra Reese, Jeffersonville, IN * Mrs. Donaphin A. Schlinkert Jr, China City, CA * Mrs. Jon R. Schumacher, Waukesha, WI * Miss Ann Loven, Newton, IA * Mr. Robert J. Ward, Amherst, WI * Mrs. Richard Philabaum, Phoenix, AZ * Mrs. Phyllis Hepburn, Newp. Seller Inventory # 005540

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Pillsbury Kitchens

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About this Item: Pillsbury Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1969. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 007803: This is the 20th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered; cover edges are slightly worn. Each Recipe includes the name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of Magic Marshmallow Crescent Puffs (by Mrs. Edna M. Holmgren, Hopkins, MN) * Very Berry Lemon Cake (by Mrs. Earl Wyman, Pembina, ND) * Sirloin Burgundy Bake (by Mr. Harold M. McCoy, Chicago, IL) * Plus 97 More - From Pillsbury's 20th Annual Bake-Off Contest. Additional recipes were by: Mrs. Kenneth M. McGrath, Salisbury, MD * Mrs. Joyce A. Conway, Castaic, CA * Mrs. A. B. Harrison, Jacksonville, FL * Mrs. Newton Sawyer, Palatine, IL * Mrs. Phyllis Saevre, Janesville, WI * Mrs. Octa Spaulding, Midwest City, OK * Mrs. Clyde Ferrell, Long Beach, CA * Mrs. William B. Misch, New Buffalo, MI * Mrs. Joseph D. Micklus, Woodland Hills, CA * Mrs. Marian Boyden, Delta, CO * Mrs. Kathryne E. Ballard, Tucson, AZ * Mrs. Alice Jane Roche, Washington, PA * Mrs. Kathryn D. Stone, Junction City, KS * Mrs. Ella Riddler, Pagedale, MO * Mrs. Frank B. Propst, Tuscaloosa, AL * Mrs. William S. Bradfield, Overland Park, KS * Mrs. Verne Ensle, Osawatomie, KS * Mrs. Joyce Kauffman, Rockville, MD * Mrs. Leonard E. Markford, Upper Darby, PA * Mrs. Sophia D. Eaton, Williamsburg, MA * Mrs. Charles G. Lombardi, Mechanicsburg, PA * Miss Frances M. Alkire, Rolling Hills Estates, CA * Miss Iva Kiser, Springfield, VA * Mrs. Terryl L. Trude, St. Paul, MN * Mrs. Robert E. Selby, Tucson, AZ * Mrs. Violet Perez, Tampa, FL * Mrs. Beverly A. Chiles, Hurst, TX * Mrs. Mary Jane Sobel, Houston, TX * Mrs. E. T. Webster, Columbia, SC * Mrs. Darrel Fisher, Columbus, OH * Mr. John L. Gillis Jr, Anaheim, CA * Mrs. Albert J. Miraglia, Medford, MA * Mrs. Walter S. Bryde, Wilmington, DE * Mrs. Sharon Black, Mesa, AZ * Mrs. Robert C. Pace Jr, Jasper, TX * Mr. Glenn Burdett, Long Beach, CA * Mrs. Lloyd Janikula, Montrose, MN * Miss Jean Carollo, Denver, CO * Mrs. Adelaide B. Shaw, Los Angeles, CA * Mrs. Rosella Atkinson, Mead, WA * Miss Donna Staufenbiel, St. Louis, MO * Miss Vicki Belschner, Amherst, NE * Mrs. L. H. Gassaway, Tulsa, OK * Mrs. Barbara K. Ross, Clearwater, MN * Mrs. Harold Sincher, Madison, WI * Mrs. Carolyn Sweet, Maxwell, CA * Mrs. Ben D. Jones Jr, Terrell, TX * Mrs. Theresa Arndt, Tustin, CA * Mrs. Virgil D. Bechner, Lynchburg, VA * Mrs. Celeste C. Cannon, Dallas, TX * Mrs. Lyman Francis, Cheshire, CT * Mrs. Mary Lou Grunert, Oklahoma City, OK * Mrs. Marian Crandall, Watertown, NY * Mrs. Shirley DeSantis, Bethlehem, PA * Mrs. Helen Rigisich, Walnut Creek, CA * Mr. Roy B. Jackson, Willows, CA * Mrs. Mary G. Cerami, Rolling Hills Estates, CA * Mrs. Ralph L. Hurst, Hanna City, IL * Mrs. Esther V. Tomich, San Pedro, CA * Mrs. Russel Elsass, Alliance, OH * Mrs. Jack A. Bechtel, Milford, MI * Mrs. Don Goldklang, Hollywood, CA * Mrs. G. L. Hollapeter, El Segundo, CA * Mrs. Philip L. Call, Aptos, CA * Mrs. Paul A. Starke, Bloomington, IN * Mrs. Angela Wencel, LaGrange Park, IL * Mrs. Glenwith Smith, Houston, TX * Mrs. Adeline Carr, Altadena, CA * Mrs. Kathy Costello, Butte, MT * Mrs. Earl Brandenburg, Cincinnati, OH * Mrs. Juanita Booth, Norwalk, CA * Mrs. Laverne Buckley, Collins, NY * Mrs. Normand R. Pelletier, Fort Kent, ME * Mrs. Coy Greenlee, San Juan Capistrano, CA * Mrs. J. David Buck, Littleton, CO * Mrs. Sam Aspis, Shaker Heights, OH * Mrs. Lawrence R. Ross, Seymour, IN * Mrs. John R. Clopton, St. Maries, ID * Mrs. Jerry Robinson, Bradenton, FL * Mrs. Marlin Senne, Thompson, IA * Mrs. Helmuth Holze, Elgin, IL * Mrs. Blanche Johnston, Anaheim, CA * Mrs. Wayne E. Hidy, Bloomingburg, OH * Mrs. David M. Hill, San Antonio, TX * Miss Sandra Reese, Jeffersonville, IN * Mrs. Donaphin A. Schlinkert Jr, China City, CA * Mrs. Jon R. Schumacher, Waukesha, WI * Miss Ann Loven, Newton, IA * Mr. Robert J. Ward, Amherst, WI * Mrs. Richard Philabaum, Phoenix, AZ * Mrs. Phyllis Hepburn, Newp. Seller Inventory # 007803

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Marietta College

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ISBN 10: 0332251225 ISBN 13: 9780332251226

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from Catalogue of the Officers and Students in Marietta College: For the Academic Year, 1881-82 Theodore Earl Butler, Columbus, Mr. R. P. Iams s. Efrank Howard Chamberlain, Marietta, Hon. L.VV. Chamberlain s. Paul Eaton, Washington, D. C., Prof. Rosseter s. William Fischer, Marietta, Mr. W. Fischer s. Theron Holbrook Hawks, Marietta, Rev. Dr. Hawks s. Robert Grant Kinkead, Marietta, Mr. Kinkead s. Henry mcintire W. Moore, Columbus, Mr. A. S. Curtis s. David William Morgan, J Ohnstown, Pa., 9 S. H. Harry Webster Nickerson, Beverly, Mr. C. E. Glines s. Wylie Edward Oldham, Marietta, Mrs. Oldham s. Israel Putnam, West Mr. D. Putnam s. Charles Andrews Rosseter, Marietta, Prof. Rosseter s. Edward Armstrong Sayre, Letart, W. Va., 26 N. H. Robert Harper Sayre, Letart, W. Va., 26 N. H. Thomas Pierce Thomas, Pittsburgh, Pa., Mr. J ett s. Weston Kent Thomas, Marietta, Mr. W. B. Thomas s. 9john Benjamin Webb, Cincinnati, Mr. G. P. Dye s. IN special studies. Tnathaniel Kies, Paducah, Ky., Rev. Mr. Broesel s. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9780332251226

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Pillsbury Kitchens

Published by Pillsbury Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota (1969)

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About this Item: Pillsbury Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1969. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 007805: This is the 20th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered; cover edges are slightly worn. Each Recipe includes the name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of Magic Marshmallow Crescent Puffs (by Mrs. Edna M. Holmgren, Hopkins, MN) * Very Berry Lemon Cake (by Mrs. Earl Wyman, Pembina, ND) * Sirloin Burgundy Bake (by Mr. Harold M. McCoy, Chicago, IL) * Plus 97 More - From Pillsbury's 20th Annual Bake-Off Contest. Additional recipes were by: Mrs. Kenneth M. McGrath, Salisbury, MD * Mrs. Joyce A. Conway, Castaic, CA * Mrs. A. B. Harrison, Jacksonville, FL * Mrs. Newton Sawyer, Palatine, IL * Mrs. Phyllis Saevre, Janesville, WI * Mrs. Octa Spaulding, Midwest City, OK * Mrs. Clyde Ferrell, Long Beach, CA * Mrs. William B. Misch, New Buffalo, MI * Mrs. Joseph D. Micklus, Woodland Hills, CA * Mrs. Marian Boyden, Delta, CO * Mrs. Kathryne E. Ballard, Tucson, AZ * Mrs. Alice Jane Roche, Washington, PA * Mrs. Kathryn D. Stone, Junction City, KS * Mrs. Ella Riddler, Pagedale, MO * Mrs. Frank B. Propst, Tuscaloosa, AL * Mrs. William S. Bradfield, Overland Park, KS * Mrs. Verne Ensle, Osawatomie, KS * Mrs. Joyce Kauffman, Rockville, MD * Mrs. Leonard E. Markford, Upper Darby, PA * Mrs. Sophia D. Eaton, Williamsburg, MA * Mrs. Charles G. Lombardi, Mechanicsburg, PA * Miss Frances M. Alkire, Rolling Hills Estates, CA * Miss Iva Kiser, Springfield, VA * Mrs. Terryl L. Trude, St. Paul, MN * Mrs. Robert E. Selby, Tucson, AZ * Mrs. Violet Perez, Tampa, FL * Mrs. Beverly A. Chiles, Hurst, TX * Mrs. Mary Jane Sobel, Houston, TX * Mrs. E. T. Webster, Columbia, SC * Mrs. Darrel Fisher, Columbus, OH * Mr. John L. Gillis Jr, Anaheim, CA * Mrs. Albert J. Miraglia, Medford, MA * Mrs. Walter S. Bryde, Wilmington, DE * Mrs. Sharon Black, Mesa, AZ * Mrs. Robert C. Pace Jr, Jasper, TX * Mr. Glenn Burdett, Long Beach, CA * Mrs. Lloyd Janikula, Montrose, MN * Miss Jean Carollo, Denver, CO * Mrs. Adelaide B. Shaw, Los Angeles, CA * Mrs. Rosella Atkinson, Mead, WA * Miss Donna Staufenbiel, St. Louis, MO * Miss Vicki Belschner, Amherst, NE * Mrs. L. H. Gassaway, Tulsa, OK * Mrs. Barbara K. Ross, Clearwater, MN * Mrs. Harold Sincher, Madison, WI * Mrs. Carolyn Sweet, Maxwell, CA * Mrs. Ben D. Jones Jr, Terrell, TX * Mrs. Theresa Arndt, Tustin, CA * Mrs. Virgil D. Bechner, Lynchburg, VA * Mrs. Celeste C. Cannon, Dallas, TX * Mrs. Lyman Francis, Cheshire, CT * Mrs. Mary Lou Grunert, Oklahoma City, OK * Mrs. Marian Crandall, Watertown, NY * Mrs. Shirley DeSantis, Bethlehem, PA * Mrs. Helen Rigisich, Walnut Creek, CA * Mr. Roy B. Jackson, Willows, CA * Mrs. Mary G. Cerami, Rolling Hills Estates, CA * Mrs. Ralph L. Hurst, Hanna City, IL * Mrs. Esther V. Tomich, San Pedro, CA * Mrs. Russel Elsass, Alliance, OH * Mrs. Jack A. Bechtel, Milford, MI * Mrs. Don Goldklang, Hollywood, CA * Mrs. G. L. Hollapeter, El Segundo, CA * Mrs. Philip L. Call, Aptos, CA * Mrs. Paul A. Starke, Bloomington, IN * Mrs. Angela Wencel, LaGrange Park, IL * Mrs. Glenwith Smith, Houston, TX * Mrs. Adeline Carr, Altadena, CA * Mrs. Kathy Costello, Butte, MT * Mrs. Earl Brandenburg, Cincinnati, OH * Mrs. Juanita Booth, Norwalk, CA * Mrs. Laverne Buckley, Collins, NY * Mrs. Normand R. Pelletier, Fort Kent, ME * Mrs. Coy Greenlee, San Juan Capistrano, CA * Mrs. J. David Buck, Littleton, CO * Mrs. Sam Aspis, Shaker Heights, OH * Mrs. Lawrence R. Ross, Seymour, IN * Mrs. John R. Clopton, St. Maries, ID * Mrs. Jerry Robinson, Bradenton, FL * Mrs. Marlin Senne, Thompson, IA * Mrs. Helmuth Holze, Elgin, IL * Mrs. Blanche Johnston, Anaheim, CA * Mrs. Wayne E. Hidy, Bloomingburg, OH * Mrs. David M. Hill, San Antonio, TX * Miss Sandra Reese, Jeffersonville, IN * Mrs. Donaphin A. Schlinkert Jr, China City, CA * Mrs. Jon R. Schumacher, Waukesha, WI * Miss Ann Loven, Newton, IA * Mr. Robert J. Ward, Amherst, WI * Mrs. Richard Philabaum, Phoenix, AZ * Mrs. Phyllis Hepburn, Newp. Seller Inventory # 007805

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Pillsbury Kitchens

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About this Item: Pillsbury Company, Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1969. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 007804: This is the 20th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered; cover edges are slightly worn. Each Recipe includes the name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of Magic Marshmallow Crescent Puffs (by Mrs. Edna M. Holmgren, Hopkins, MN) * Very Berry Lemon Cake (by Mrs. Earl Wyman, Pembina, ND) * Sirloin Burgundy Bake (by Mr. Harold M. McCoy, Chicago, IL) * Plus 97 More - From Pillsbury's 20th Annual Bake-Off Contest. Additional recipes were by: Mrs. Kenneth M. McGrath, Salisbury, MD * Mrs. Joyce A. Conway, Castaic, CA * Mrs. A. B. Harrison, Jacksonville, FL * Mrs. Newton Sawyer, Palatine, IL * Mrs. Phyllis Saevre, Janesville, WI * Mrs. Octa Spaulding, Midwest City, OK * Mrs. Clyde Ferrell, Long Beach, CA * Mrs. William B. Misch, New Buffalo, MI * Mrs. Joseph D. Micklus, Woodland Hills, CA * Mrs. Marian Boyden, Delta, CO * Mrs. Kathryne E. Ballard, Tucson, AZ * Mrs. Alice Jane Roche, Washington, PA * Mrs. Kathryn D. Stone, Junction City, KS * Mrs. Ella Riddler, Pagedale, MO * Mrs. Frank B. Propst, Tuscaloosa, AL * Mrs. William S. Bradfield, Overland Park, KS * Mrs. Verne Ensle, Osawatomie, KS * Mrs. Joyce Kauffman, Rockville, MD * Mrs. Leonard E. Markford, Upper Darby, PA * Mrs. Sophia D. Eaton, Williamsburg, MA * Mrs. Charles G. Lombardi, Mechanicsburg, PA * Miss Frances M. Alkire, Rolling Hills Estates, CA * Miss Iva Kiser, Springfield, VA * Mrs. Terryl L. Trude, St. Paul, MN * Mrs. Robert E. Selby, Tucson, AZ * Mrs. Violet Perez, Tampa, FL * Mrs. Beverly A. Chiles, Hurst, TX * Mrs. Mary Jane Sobel, Houston, TX * Mrs. E. T. Webster, Columbia, SC * Mrs. Darrel Fisher, Columbus, OH * Mr. John L. Gillis Jr, Anaheim, CA * Mrs. Albert J. Miraglia, Medford, MA * Mrs. Walter S. Bryde, Wilmington, DE * Mrs. Sharon Black, Mesa, AZ * Mrs. Robert C. Pace Jr, Jasper, TX * Mr. Glenn Burdett, Long Beach, CA * Mrs. Lloyd Janikula, Montrose, MN * Miss Jean Carollo, Denver, CO * Mrs. Adelaide B. Shaw, Los Angeles, CA * Mrs. Rosella Atkinson, Mead, WA * Miss Donna Staufenbiel, St. Louis, MO * Miss Vicki Belschner, Amherst, NE * Mrs. L. H. Gassaway, Tulsa, OK * Mrs. Barbara K. Ross, Clearwater, MN * Mrs. Harold Sincher, Madison, WI * Mrs. Carolyn Sweet, Maxwell, CA * Mrs. Ben D. Jones Jr, Terrell, TX * Mrs. Theresa Arndt, Tustin, CA * Mrs. Virgil D. Bechner, Lynchburg, VA * Mrs. Celeste C. Cannon, Dallas, TX * Mrs. Lyman Francis, Cheshire, CT * Mrs. Mary Lou Grunert, Oklahoma City, OK * Mrs. Marian Crandall, Watertown, NY * Mrs. Shirley DeSantis, Bethlehem, PA * Mrs. Helen Rigisich, Walnut Creek, CA * Mr. Roy B. Jackson, Willows, CA * Mrs. Mary G. Cerami, Rolling Hills Estates, CA * Mrs. Ralph L. Hurst, Hanna City, IL * Mrs. Esther V. Tomich, San Pedro, CA * Mrs. Russel Elsass, Alliance, OH * Mrs. Jack A. Bechtel, Milford, MI * Mrs. Don Goldklang, Hollywood, CA * Mrs. G. L. Hollapeter, El Segundo, CA * Mrs. Philip L. Call, Aptos, CA * Mrs. Paul A. Starke, Bloomington, IN * Mrs. Angela Wencel, LaGrange Park, IL * Mrs. Glenwith Smith, Houston, TX * Mrs. Adeline Carr, Altadena, CA * Mrs. Kathy Costello, Butte, MT * Mrs. Earl Brandenburg, Cincinnati, OH * Mrs. Juanita Booth, Norwalk, CA * Mrs. Laverne Buckley, Collins, NY * Mrs. Normand R. Pelletier, Fort Kent, ME * Mrs. Coy Greenlee, San Juan Capistrano, CA * Mrs. J. David Buck, Littleton, CO * Mrs. Sam Aspis, Shaker Heights, OH * Mrs. Lawrence R. Ross, Seymour, IN * Mrs. John R. Clopton, St. Maries, ID * Mrs. Jerry Robinson, Bradenton, FL * Mrs. Marlin Senne, Thompson, IA * Mrs. Helmuth Holze, Elgin, IL * Mrs. Blanche Johnston, Anaheim, CA * Mrs. Wayne E. Hidy, Bloomingburg, OH * Mrs. David M. Hill, San Antonio, TX * Miss Sandra Reese, Jeffersonville, IN * Mrs. Donaphin A. Schlinkert Jr, China City, CA * Mrs. Jon R. Schumacher, Waukesha, WI * Miss Ann Loven, Newton, IA * Mr. Robert J. Ward, Amherst, WI * Mrs. Richard Philabaum, Phoenix, AZ * Mrs. Phyllis Hepburn, Newp. Seller Inventory # 007804

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2017. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from Annual Reports of the Selectmen, Treasurer, Clerk, School Board, Library Trustees, Sanbornton Mutual Fire Insurance Company, and the Sanbornton Agricultural and Mechanical Association of the Town of Sanbornton: For the Year Ending February 15, 1905 E. W. Lane, clothing and medicine for 8 55 G. C. Ward, medical aid to 3 00 A. W. Abbott, medical aid to 13 00 H. C. Wood, support of Sylvanus Chapman, 22 00 clothing for 2 50 Mrs. H. C. Wood, support of 84 00 clothing for 5 25 J. N. Hill Son, goods for Samuel Blood, 6) 63 J. J. Brown, wood for 22 00 E. W. Lane, aid, 3 35 A. W. Abbott, medical aid to 34 00 M. R. Weeks, aid to 11 95 $501 80 damages BY dogs. Paid H. L. Colby, enforcing license, $2 00 J. L. Mason, damage to sheep, 3 00 J. W. Eaton, 9 70 $14 75 board OF education. Paid O. S. Sanborn, treasurer, as follows: Amount required by law of the state, 00 Amount by vote of the town school district, 300 00 Amount by vote for repairing school-houses, 100 00 Town school fund, 77 71 State literary fund, 111 65 Dog license balance of 1903, 108 05. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9780243211500

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Published by F.A. Battey & Co., Chicago Illinois

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About this Item: F.A. Battey & Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Cumberland County, IL, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this new 8 1/2" x 11" spiral-bound booklet, photocopied on 60 # opaque paper. The 157 page booklet, an excerpt from the hard-to-find 1884 book: Counties of Cumberland, Jasper and Richland, Illinois, published by F.A. Battey & Co. of Chicago, is printed on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. Communities currently listed for this area by the National Association of Counties include: Casey (part), Cottonwood Township, Crooked Creek Township, Greenup Township, Hazel Dell, Janesville, Jewett, Montrose (part), Neoga, Spring Point Township, Sumpter Township, Toledo (County Seat), Union Township, Woodbury Township. Among the many subjects discussed are: Early Settlers -- their Experiences, Industries, Amusements, Dress, etc.; Organization, Elections, and Legal Actions; Topography, Geology, Material Resources & Swamp Lands; the Fair Association; Division into townships; Public Buildings; First Courts and Jurors; County Officials (with names of those who served between 1843 and 1883; Transportation -- Roads, Bridges, Railroads, etc.; the Press and Politics; Churches, Schools and Secret Organizations; Cumberland County's Civil War Record, including the 21st Illinois Infantry, the 59th Illinois Infantry, the 97th Illinois Infantry, the 123rd Illinois Infantry, the 135th Illinois Infantry, the Fifth Illinois Cavalry, the 61st Illinois Infantry, and the 62nd Illinois Infantry; the remarkably strong John Eaton, A.K. Bosworth, and other noted citizens of Greenup, first county seat; former towns of Woodbury and Johnstown; Jewett (formerly Pleasantville), Toledo -- including names of the 82 families living there in 1883; the legend of how Toledo was named; Neoga, with a detailed account of the various churches; and other bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: This booklet contains biographies of many county residents of yesteryear. Some are brief, but many 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: City of Toledo and Sumpter Township -- John F. Ashwill, J.B. Atchison, Thomas Brewer, Levi N. Brewer, William L. Bruster, Dr. John E. Chambers, Dr. Daniel F. Chapman, Lewis Decius, W.S. Everhart, Dr. J.W. Goodwin, David B. Green, Henry W. Green, Charles Hanker, F.J. Heid, S.C. Holsapple, Alex Huges, Western R. Humphrey, D.D. Judson, Capt. Andrew J. Lee, Guy M. Lemen, William Logan, A.A. Lovins, Sheriff James A. McCandlish, Samuel C. Willer, W.D. Mumford, W.W. Park, T.P. Prather, I.J. Pugh, Dr. A.J. Reeves, Henry Rhoads, Levi B. Ross, George Starger, John B. Tossey, Dr. J.H. Yanaway; Greenup Township -- Mrs. Robert Arthur, James W. Arthur, Joseph Battye, Joseph D. Borden, H. Bowman, Dr. Richard T. Colliver, William Campbell, William H. Catey, Samuel W. Clark, Charles Conzet Sr., John Conzet, Julius C. Conzet, Joseph M. Cook, John C. Dees, John Dunn, William Ewart, Nehemiah Fancher, John Green, John Grim, Silas W. Huffcut, Dr. Nathaniel G. James, Jacob Jenuine, Charles G. Jones; Mahlon R. Lee, Lemuel Leggett, Chapman A. Lewis, William McCann, William H. McDonald, Reuben N. Matheny, Edwin Mattoon, G. Monohon, Charles Nisewanger, William H. Ozier, Harlow Park, James M. Rice, DeWitt C. Robertson, Isaac Rothrock, Frank M. Sapp, John J. Severns, Harlow O. Sherwood, Mark Sperry, Hubbard F. Sperry, Marshall Stewart, William Stewart, Michael Stockbarger, Edward Talbott, Will S. Tobey, Nicholas F. Troxel, Thomas C. Tutewiler, D.C. Underwood, Samuel Walden, Thornton A. Ward, John Wetherholt, William C. Willson, Henry Winslow, William Wylde; Crooked Creek Township -- Charles J. Allen, Samuel Allenbaugh, Samuel F. Arnold, Martin Bartley, Edward Baumgardner, Peter Burnett, Craven Copeland, W. Seller Inventory # 000287

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Pillsbury, Ann (Editor)

Published by Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota (1958)

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About this Item: Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1958. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 006348: This is the 9th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Edges of covers are lightly worn. Each recipe includes name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of $25,000 Accordion Treats (by Mrs. Gerda Roderer, Berkeley, CA) * Praline Crunch Cake (by Mrs. Helen L. Pentleton, Mattapoisett, MA) * Peanut Blossoms (by Mrs. Chester Smith, Gibsonburg, OH) * Plus 97 More - From Pillsbury's 9th Grand National $100,000 Recipe and Baking Contest, held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, December, 1957. Additional recipes are by: Mrs. Mary Rosefeldt, Kenosha, WI * Mrs. Cynthia C. Anderson, Contoocook, NH * Mrs. Lherif Loraamm, Hinsdale, IL * Joann Gambaro, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. Howard Nestingen, La Crosse, WI * Mrs. Bettye J. Stark, Milwaukee, WI * Esther Van, La Porte, IN * Mrs. Vi Poleway, Fairmont, WV * Mrs. B. Ziegler, Culver City, CA * Mrs. E. A. Foley, Laurel, MS * Sophia D. Eaton, Williamsburg, MA * Mrs. Alice Lacher, Los Angeles, CA * Mrs. Shirley Ravelle, Honolulu, HI * Mrs. Daniel H. Jones, Geneseo, IL * Mrs. Allan Schneider, Minneapolis, MN * Mrs. John F. Ryan, Arlington, VA * Alma Berenato, Wilmington, DE * Roslinda Zaludek, Thrall, TX * Mrs. Tom McAllister, Sacramento, CA * Joan Brueggman, Menomonee Falls, WI * Miss Donna Reed, Los Angeles, CA * Miss Elizabeth Wickersham, Fort Lauderdale, FL * Mrs. Jerry Thomas, Kirksville, MO * Mrs. Charlotte Baird, Portland, OR * Mrs. John D. Sewell, Atlanta, GA * Georgia M. Dotson, Washington, DC * Mrs. Marshall K. Ludwig, Forest Park, IL * Mrs. Norman L. Edie, Hamburg, NY * Mrs. Carl Lehnkering, Shullsburg, WI * Rita W. Cherrington, Queenstown on the Eastern Shore, MD * Mrs. Helen K. Perkins, Salt Lake City, UT * Peggy Stewart Marks, Camden, NJ * Mrs. Irene M. Farnham, South Portland, ME * Mrs. Robert E. Neiman, Lakeside, CA * Mrs. Russell Johnson, Rockford, IL * Mrs. George Uhal Sr, Lakewood, OH * Mrs. Victor W. Koepsell, Milwaukee, WI * Mrs. Otto Aerne, Norfolk, VA * Mrs. Richard W. Ojakangas, Duluth, MN * Miss Sally Sligar, Tucson, AZ * Mrs. Rae Judson, Chelsea, MI * Marianne Louise Hirt, Lucas, KS * Mrs. Grace Autrey, Denver, CO * Mrs. Ann Guesman, Pittsburgh, PA * Gladys D. Ellis, Jacksonville, FL * Fannie Thomas Greenberg, Chicago, IL * Mrs. William C. Oakden, Belvedere, IL * Mrs. Louis Dees, Fort Worth, TX * Mrs. Ramon Nardini, Vandalia, OH * Mrs. Elizabeth C. Bearse, Chatham, MA * Mrs. Susan F. Jones, Delaware, OH * Miss Paula Berrey, Casper, WY * Mrs. John Alton Cox, South Portland, ME * Mrs. R. M. Sousa, West Chicago, IL * Mrs. Joan C. Chiakalos, Chicago, IL * Mrs. Carol J. Smith, Woodland Hills, CA * Mrs. Elizabeth M. Baird, St. Joseph, MO * Mrs. Robert H. Knapp, Grosse Pointe Woods, MI * Mrs. Joseph A. Caputo, Palatka, FL * Mrs. Emma Seefelt, Trenton, NJ * Mrs. William Cooper Harton, Hopkinsville, KY * Jean Colarusso, Philadelphia, PA * Lois Evelyn Steiner, Louisville, KY * Mrs. Mary Larkin, Oak Ridge, TN * Kenneth Stevens, Cambrian Park, CA * Mrs. E. L. Fortson, Shreveport, LA * Mrs. Russell N. Farr, Bath, MI * Mrs. John W. Greene, Gibsonville, NC * Anna J. Kendrick, Torrance, CA * Mrs. Charles P. Collins, Burlington, VT * Mrs. Keith W. Miller, Eskridge, KS * Mrs. Gladys B. Burger, Tucson, AZ * Mrs. John M. Lieser, Dover, OH * Bernadette Ann Schott, Lafayette, CO * Mary Jane Lowery, Akron, OH * Mrs. Henry L. Kibler, Paoli, IN * Mrs. H. Richard Chandler, Dayton, OH * Miss Barbara Iglehart, Oakland, CA * Mrs. Fred C. Post, Arcadia, CA * Mrs. Bernard Pollock, Mobile, AL * Mrs. Helen Ann Foley, Meriden, CT * Mrs. Bruce Willingham, Hialeah, FL * Mrs. Robert E. Maurer, Pomona, CA * Mrs. Garnard E. Harbeck, APO-107, New York, NY * Mrs. Hunter D. Young, Elyria, OH * Miss Linda Stopher, Cuyahoga Falls, OH * Mr. John Stone, Junction City, KS * Mrs. Clifton G. Mandrell, Russell, KY * Mrs. Dorothy L. Ballard, Denver, CO * Paul C. Kellogg, Milwaukee, Seller Inventory # 006348

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Pillsbury, Ann (Editor)

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About this Item: Pillsbury Mills Inc., Minneapolis, Minnesota, 1958. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. 010707: This is the 9th Annual Bake-Off. Scarce, Out Of Print, Book. Covers and pages are clean, unmarked, brightly colored, tightly bound and sharp cornered. Edges of covers are lightly worn. Each recipe includes name and location of its contributor. Book includes recipes and photographs of $25,000 Accordion Treats (by Mrs. Gerda Roderer, Berkeley, CA) * Praline Crunch Cake (by Mrs. Helen L. Pentleton, Mattapoisett, MA) * Peanut Blossoms (by Mrs. Chester Smith, Gibsonburg, OH) * Plus 97 More - From Pillsbury's 9th Grand National $100,000 Recipe and Baking Contest, held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel, New York City, December, 1957. Additional recipes are by: Mrs. Mary Rosefeldt, Kenosha, WI * Mrs. Cynthia C. Anderson, Contoocook, NH * Mrs. Lherif Loraamm, Hinsdale, IL * Joann Gambaro, St. Louis, MO * Mrs. Howard Nestingen, La Crosse, WI * Mrs. Bettye J. Stark, Milwaukee, WI * Esther Van, La Porte, IN * Mrs. Vi Poleway, Fairmont, WV * Mrs. B. Ziegler, Culver City, CA * Mrs. E. A. Foley, Laurel, MS * Sophia D. Eaton, Williamsburg, MA * Mrs. Alice Lacher, Los Angeles, CA * Mrs. Shirley Ravelle, Honolulu, HI * Mrs. Daniel H. Jones, Geneseo, IL * Mrs. Allan Schneider, Minneapolis, MN * Mrs. John F. Ryan, Arlington, VA * Alma Berenato, Wilmington, DE * Roslinda Zaludek, Thrall, TX * Mrs. Tom McAllister, Sacramento, CA * Joan Brueggman, Menomonee Falls, WI * Miss Donna Reed, Los Angeles, CA * Miss Elizabeth Wickersham, Fort Lauderdale, FL * Mrs. Jerry Thomas, Kirksville, MO * Mrs. Charlotte Baird, Portland, OR * Mrs. John D. Sewell, Atlanta, GA * Georgia M. Dotson, Washington, DC * Mrs. Marshall K. Ludwig, Forest Park, IL * Mrs. Norman L. Edie, Hamburg, NY * Mrs. Carl Lehnkering, Shullsburg, WI * Rita W. Cherrington, Queenstown on the Eastern Shore, MD * Mrs. Helen K. Perkins, Salt Lake City, UT * Peggy Stewart Marks, Camden, NJ * Mrs. Irene M. Farnham, South Portland, ME * Mrs. Robert E. Neiman, Lakeside, CA * Mrs. Russell Johnson, Rockford, IL * Mrs. George Uhal Sr, Lakewood, OH * Mrs. Victor W. Koepsell, Milwaukee, WI * Mrs. Otto Aerne, Norfolk, VA * Mrs. Richard W. Ojakangas, Duluth, MN * Miss Sally Sligar, Tucson, AZ * Mrs. Rae Judson, Chelsea, MI * Marianne Louise Hirt, Lucas, KS * Mrs. Grace Autrey, Denver, CO * Mrs. Ann Guesman, Pittsburgh, PA * Gladys D. Ellis, Jacksonville, FL * Fannie Thomas Greenberg, Chicago, IL * Mrs. William C. Oakden, Belvedere, IL * Mrs. Louis Dees, Fort Worth, TX * Mrs. Ramon Nardini, Vandalia, OH * Mrs. Elizabeth C. Bearse, Chatham, MA * Mrs. Susan F. Jones, Delaware, OH * Miss Paula Berrey, Casper, WY * Mrs. John Alton Cox, South Portland, ME * Mrs. R. M. Sousa, West Chicago, IL * Mrs. Joan C. Chiakalos, Chicago, IL * Mrs. Carol J. Smith, Woodland Hills, CA * Mrs. Elizabeth M. Baird, St. Joseph, MO * Mrs. Robert H. Knapp, Grosse Pointe Woods, MI * Mrs. Joseph A. Caputo, Palatka, FL * Mrs. Emma Seefelt, Trenton, NJ * Mrs. William Cooper Harton, Hopkinsville, KY * Jean Colarusso, Philadelphia, PA * Lois Evelyn Steiner, Louisville, KY * Mrs. Mary Larkin, Oak Ridge, TN * Kenneth Stevens, Cambrian Park, CA * Mrs. E. L. Fortson, Shreveport, LA * Mrs. Russell N. Farr, Bath, MI * Mrs. John W. Greene, Gibsonville, NC * Anna J. Kendrick, Torrance, CA * Mrs. Charles P. Collins, Burlington, VT * Mrs. Keith W. Miller, Eskridge, KS * Mrs. Gladys B. Burger, Tucson, AZ * Mrs. John M. Lieser, Dover, OH * Bernadette Ann Schott, Lafayette, CO * Mary Jane Lowery, Akron, OH * Mrs. Henry L. Kibler, Paoli, IN * Mrs. H. Richard Chandler, Dayton, OH * Miss Barbara Iglehart, Oakland, CA * Mrs. Fred C. Post, Arcadia, CA * Mrs. Bernard Pollock, Mobile, AL * Mrs. Helen Ann Foley, Meriden, CT * Mrs. Bruce Willingham, Hialeah, FL * Mrs. Robert E. Maurer, Pomona, CA * Mrs. Garnard E. Harbeck, APO-107, New York, NY * Mrs. Hunter D. Young, Elyria, OH * Miss Linda Stopher, Cuyahoga Falls, OH * Mr. John Stone, Junction City, KS * Mrs. Clifton G. Mandrell, Russell, KY * Mrs. Dorothy L. Ballard, Denver, CO * Paul C. Kellogg, Milwaukee, Seller Inventory # 010707

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Charles Blanchard

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About this Item: F.A. Battey & Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 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. Seller Inventory # 000849

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John T Godfrey

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Excerpt from The Homes and Haunts of Henry Kirk White: With Some Account of the Family of White, of Nottingham and Norfolk For the materials from which the descent of the White family after they had settled in Norfolk has been compiled, I am indebted to Mr. Cuthbert Becher Pigot, of Eaton, Norwich. Mr. Pigot, who has shown much interest in the progress of this volume, is not only of Nottinghamshire descent, but is doubly connected by marriage with H. K. White, his uncle being the late Rev. Joseph Neville White, Vicar of Stalham, Norfolk, and his brother-in-law l1eut.-col. Herbert Southey Neville White - the nephew and great-nephew respectively of the poet. Mr. Pigot s aunt, Mrs. Joseph Neville White, has very kindly lent for reproduction the whole of the White portraits in the last section of the volume, and states that no portrait of Hannah White (mrs. Joshua Smith) is known to exist. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # AAV9781332772339

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L.M. Hartwick, W.H. Tuller

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Oceana County, MI, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data this new 214-page spiral-bound book titled: Oceana County, Michigan, USA This is a reprint of Oceana County Pioneers and Business Men of To-Day, written by L.M. Hartwick and W.H. Tuller and published at Pentwater, MI, in 1890. The tri-color cover is printed on 80# card stock and protected with a vinyl sheet. The book, photocopied on 60# opaque paper, has 214 pages. However, because we use a 2-up format on 11" x 8.5" paper, it contains over 400 pages of the original book. Among the subjects included are: Various conjections as to why the county was named Oceana; Early history; Boundaries established; a list of settlers prior to 1855; Local Government and Society; History of the county in the pre-Civil War era; Enlistment of Indian braves in the Civil War; Trials, elections, newspapers, schools, churches, pigeons, a women's crusade, businesses, L.D. Eaton, Judge Giddings, Judge Littlejohn, the Wreck of the Lamont, the Alonzo Irons mystery including a letter from Allen Pinkerton, a short-lived dog tax, and numerous other items, events and bits of history and trivia too numerous to mention. There is a separate page Called "Gazetteer of the Village of Pentwater" listing businesses. A chapter on municipalities concerns Pentwater, Shelby, Hart, Claybanks, Weare, Benona, Golden, Elbridge, Leavitt, Walkerville, Newfield, Hesperia, Perry, Crystal, Greenwood, Grant, Otto, and Colfax. A Chapter on secret and social organizations has numerous names and sketches of men. The chapter titled Representative and Judicial also has many men mentioned, some with bios and/or drawings. In addition to the many names mentioned throughout the booklet, there are a number of biographies (often with drawings) in the final section, called "Pictorial Gallery of Pioneers and Business Men of Today". These include: Mrs. Olive Byrne, Dr. Thomas Phillips, Alex. S. Anderson, Andrew Brady, Harvey Tower, Mrs. Laura L. Tower, Mrs. L.D. Eaton, Richard E. Cater, Adam Huston, Orin E. Huston, William J. Haughey, Maria O'Hanlon, John Munson, E.T. Mugford, Charles Blanck, William A. Olinder, Hiram E. Russell, Isaac Haggerty, Dr. Ira Jenks, John D. Hanson, Mrs. Betsey Hanson, J.D.S. Hanson, Mrs. John D.S. Hanson, Amos C. Randall, Edgar D. Richmond, Christian Miller Jensen, Oliver K. White, Jason Carpenter, Mrs. J. Carpenter, Josiah Russell, Frederick J. Russell, Mrs. Caroline Wigton, David Dill, William Myron Gardiner, Frederick W. Popkey, Andrew J. Underhill, Thomas Collister, Moses D. Girard, Edwin L. Benton, Jane E. Rouse, William Webb, Charles Dumaw, Asa M. Pringle, John Leak, Hervey S. Sayles, William N. Sayles, Andrew Jackson, George C. Myers, Ahaz A. Darling, John Bamford, Stephen Spellman, A.P. Peterson, Abraham H. Bearss, Charles P. Rathbone, Benjamin S. Garver, Hiram Barron, Walter H. Churchill, Calvin A. Woodworth, J.W. Runner, John M. Runner, Myron A. Gilbert, Henry Abson, Jesse Bearss, William A. Rounds, Charles Serfling, Jacob Williamson, William McMillan, Sidney S. Branch, Daniel W. Crosby, Frederik Nielsen, Charles M. Underhill, Jonathan H. Critchett, Harvey J. Chadwick, William Vaughan, Charles R. Wittington, Edward B. Flagg, Edwin Nickerson, John M. Cahill, Henry J. Marsh, T.S. Gurney, A.L. Carr, William Cooper, Edward B. Gaylord, Joel D. Linsday, James E. Philo, Frank O. Gardner, John B. Gebhart, Jeptha Wright, Samuel E. Lewis, Mrs. William Tuttle, Mrs. Thomas Collister, John W. Robinson, Caleb B. Davis, John R. Butler, William F. Lewis, William Hiles, Archie R. McKinnon, Clark A. Noble, W.D. Ackerson, DeWitt C. Benjamin, John Westbrook, Joseph Tyler, Charles W. Fisher, James H. Slater, Martin Baker, Edwin D. Peck, Edward P. Gregory, Charles Lamont, Fayette Walker, Ralph F. Ames, Jacob Fisher, George W. Imus, Edward A. Wright, Henry Hurley, John H. Moore, Thomas Kelly, William E. Ambler, Mark A. Rice, Orin Wiswell, Joseph Schaner, Christian Andreas, Seller Inventory # 000896

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John T Godfrey

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Excerpt from The Homes and Haunts of Henry Kirk White: With Some Account of the Family of White, of Nottingham and Norfolk For the materials from which the descent of the White family after they had settled in Norfolk has been compiled, I am indebted to Mr. Cuthbert Becher Pigot, of Eaton, Norwich. Mr. Pigot, who has shown much interest in the progress of this volume, is not only of Nottinghamshire descent, but is doubly connected by marriage with H. K. White, his uncle being the late Rev. Joseph Neville White, Vicar of Stalham, Norfolk, and his brother-in-law l1eut.-col. Herbert Southey Neville White - the nephew and great-nephew respectively of the poet. Mr. Pigot s aunt, Mrs. Joseph Neville White, has very kindly lent for reproduction the whole of the White portraits in the last section of the volume, and states that no portrait of Hannah White (mrs. Joshua Smith) is known to exist. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # AAV9781332772339

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Philadelphia Convention Addresses

Published by Eaton & Mains / Jennings & Graham (1904)

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About this Item: Eaton & Mains / Jennings & Graham, 1904. Hardcover. Condition: Very Good. Very-good copy of this scarce, 1904 book. Red boards with gilt lettering. Clean - shows light wear and small surface tear along edge of spine. 106 pages. NO tears inside book. NO foxing. Pages show light tanning. ONLY writing/mark inside book is gift inscription in book front, on blank page: "Mrs. Henderson, Many Happy Birthdays to you my dear. Truth needs no colour, beauty no pencil. Your friend, Lilah D. Lindsey, 1206 S. Guthrie Ave., Tulsa Oklahoma. April 12, 1913". PARTIAL CONTENTS: The Presiding Elder, The Missionary Responsibility of the Presiding Elder, Rev. Ward Platt; Plans of Campaign, The Iowa Campaign, Rev. J.B. Trimble; Missionary Campaigns, Rev. W.F. Oldham; The District Secretary: Need for, and work of, the District Missionary Secretary, Rev. C.E. Davis; Selection and qualifications of the District Missionary Secretary, Rev. W.H. Lindemuth; Developing the District: Field, Resources Method, Rev. J.S. Greenfield; The Pastor: The Pivotal Position of the Pastor, Rev. W.F. Anderson; The Missionary Responsibility of the Pastor, Rev. E.M. Taylor; The Pastor Spreading Missionary Information, Rev. James Mudge; Missionary Sermons, Rev. Samuel F. Upham; Developing the Local Church: The Disciplinary Plan of Work for the Local Church, Rev. S.O. Benton; League Mission Study: Motives and Methods in Mission Study, Rev. R.E. Diffendorfer; Working the "Station Plan": The "Station Plan" in the New York District League, W.O. Gantz; The Sunday School and Missions: The Sunday School Missionary Society, Rev. Hedding B. Leech; Missionary responsibility of Sunday School Workers, Willis W. Cooper; Missionary Accessories: Helps for the Sunday School, Miss V.F. Penrose; The Laymen: Laymen and the Missionary Spirit, John E. James; Importance of Promoting Scriptural Habits of Giving, Lyman L. Pierce; The Circulation of Good Literature, G.W.F. Swartzell; Declaration of Purpose; the Policies Adopted. Seller Inventory # 032320

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John T Godfrey

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About this Item: Forgotten Books, United States, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . This book usually ship within 10-15 business days and we will endeavor to dispatch orders quicker than this where possible. Brand New Book. Excerpt from The Homes and Haunts of Henry Kirk White: With Some Account of the Family of White, of Nottingham and Norfolk For the materials from which the descent of the White family after they had settled in Norfolk has been compiled, I am indebted to Mr. Cuthbert Becher Pigot, of Eaton, Norwich. Mr. Pigot, who has shown much interest in the progress of this volume, is not only of Nottinghamshire descent, but is doubly connected by marriage with H. K. White, his uncle being the late Rev. Joseph Neville White, Vicar of Stalham, Norfolk, and his brother-in-law l1eut.-col. Herbert Southey Neville White - the nephew and great-nephew respectively of the poet. Mr. Pigot s aunt, Mrs. Joseph Neville White, has very kindly lent for reproduction the whole of the White portraits in the last section of the volume, and states that no portrait of Hannah White (mrs. Joshua Smith) is known to exist. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works. Seller Inventory # LIE9781332772339

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