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Hale, John R.

Published by Penguin Books 2010-04-27 (2010)

ISBN 10: 0143117688 ISBN 13: 9780143117681

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About this Item: Penguin Books 2010-04-27, 2010. PAPERBACK. Condition: Very Good. 0143117688 Has moderate shelf and/or corner wear. Great used condition. A portion of your purchase of this book will be donated to non-profit organizations. Over 1,000,000 satisfied customers since 1997! We ship daily M-F. Choose expedited shipping (if available) for much faster delivery. Delivery confirmation on all US orders. Seller Inventory # Z0143117688Z2

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HALE (John R.)

Published by Les Grandes époques de l'homme (1966)

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About this Item: Les Grandes époques de l'homme, 1966. Hardcover. Condition: Bon. Traces d'usure sur la couverture. Ammareal reverse jusqu'à 15% du prix net de ce livre à des organisations caritatives. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION Book Condition: Used, Good. Signs of wear on the cover. Ammareal gives back up to 15% of this book's net price to charity organizations. Seller Inventory # A-535-405

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HALE (John R.)

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About this Item: Les Grandes époques de l'homme, 1966. Hardcover. Condition: Bon. Ammareal reverse jusqu'à 15% du prix net de ce livre à des organisations caritatives. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION Book Condition: Used, Good. Ammareal gives back up to 15% of this book's net price to charity organizations. Seller Inventory # A-449-100

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Marinette County, WI, and Menominee, Michigan, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, historic data and individual biographies in this NEW 37 page 8 1/2" x 11" spiral-bound booklet, photocopied 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: Amberg, Athelstane, Beaver, Beecher, Coleman, Crivitz, Dunbar, Goodman, Grover, Lake, Marinette (County Seat), Middle Inlet, Niagara, Pembine, Peshtigo, Porterfield, Pound, Silver Cliff, Stephenson, Wagner, and Wausaukee. (Some towns may not be mentioned in the booklet.) Among the many subjects included are: Location and Natural Resources; Organization of Marinette County and a list of county officials; Indian traders -- Louis Chappee (Chappieu), William Farnsworth, and the remarkable "Marinette" for whom the county was named; the first saw-mills; the Great Fire and tornado of 1871; Relief after the fire; Newspapers; Churches; Societies; Manufacturers; Skeches of Marinette and Menominee; the Iron Industires; the Harbor at Menominee; John Quimby, one of the "fathers of Menominee"; the close ties between Menominee and Marinette; John G. Kittson, Menominee pioneer; 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: (last names alphabetical by first letter only): S.W. Abbott, Rev. J. R. Andrews, A.P. Anderson, John Aschen, Edgar Annis, F.J. Bartels (pix), Marcus H. Bice, Martin Bies, L.C. Brown, William Benthouse, A.Z. Bird, Harlan P. Bird, James Weston Bird, William Blom, W.G. Boswell, J.R. Brooks, John B. Bushey, D.O. Babbitt, William S. Baker, Anton Bartol, J. Brinnan, A.C. Brown (pix), George H. Cannon, George Clark, Nicholas Caviot, Richard Chapman, A.M. Cholette, Samuel Curtin, Leon Cota, W.H. Crosby, David Divost, J.B. Dawson, Thomas Denis, Henry Drees, John Dunlap, Charles C. Daily, E.D. Ellis, William A. Ellis (pix), Harvey England, M.H. Engler, Charles J. Ellis (pix), Joseph Enderlin, George Evenson, Henry Erbe, Andrus Eveland, John J. Farrier, Henry O. Fifield, Joseph Fleshiem, Max Forvilly, C.M. Fairchild, A.M. Fairchild (pix), Philip Fetterly, Albert Geartts, W.C. Green, P.R. Greene, James Glass, J.W. Gould, B. Grandeau, Achille Granger, J.A. Griffin, Andrew Gram, Nels P. Gram, Roland Harris, Edward Hatton, Dr. John F. Hicks, A.H. Hill, William Holmes, Matthew Horrocks, George Horvath, Conrad L. Hoska, Levi Hale, B.F. Harper, David Henry, Robert A. Hurd, Josh Hodgins, J.P. Hodgins, Amos Holgate, A.F. Hoska, John Heines, George Innes, L. Jackman, C.H. Jones, Joseph Juttner, C. R. Johnston, George T. Johnstone, Arthur Jones, Dr. S. P. Jones, Frank Jacobs, John G. Kusterer, George LaFond, James E. Leeson, J.W.P. Lombard, H.M. Longhead, John O. Lindquist, Capt. A.V. Lindquist, Capt. P.A. Lindquist, J. W. Loughrey, George Laisure, E.B. Lebbond, Levi Leslie, S.G. Lister, Anton Laduke, George Law, William Lehmann, Leisen and Heines, Albert Leonard, John Lepage, Louis Leveque, Phil Lisiecki, Philip Loewenstein, Andrew McIvers, Charles McLeod, Henry E. Martin, James A. Morrison, Jacob Muth, Samuel McCullough, D.R. McDonald, William McFarland, F.E. McGraw, James McGregor, James L. Mellen, Charles J. Moore, Capt. Jno. P. Moore, Leonard Miller,William McCartney, J.J. McGillis, John McGloin, John McLennan, Dr. H.E. Mann, C. Marchant, Fred F. Martin, R.W. Merryman, A. Seller Inventory # 000419

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Goodspeed

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Grainger County and Hamblen County in East Tennessee are recalled in this spiral bound booklet compiled from excerpts from the 1886 book: History of Tennessee, originally published by Goodspeed Publishing Co., and other sources. The 42-page 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 county seats are: Rutledge in Grainger County and Morristown in Hamblen County. The first part of the booklet concerns the history of: Grainger County --Geography and geology; Earliest Settlers -- Col. James Ore, George Bean Sr., Robert Gordon, James Byrne, Thomas Whiteside, John Shields, the Senters, Hendersons, Crabtrees, Taylors, Johnstons, Bassetts, Lebons, Moores, Ethelred Williams, Robert Long, Abraham McConnell, Thomas McBrown, Frederick Mayers, John Bunch, David Tate, Abner Lowe, Jerry Jarnagin, William Clay, Samuel Dodson, John Aker, David Watson, Martin Cleveland, the Dyers, James Randolph, George Holmark, Garrett Winaban, Martin Stubblefield, John McAnally, Rice Moore, Amasa Howell, Henry Brown, Edward Rice, Charles McAnally, Basil Guess and others; Early businesses; Organization of the county; Location of the Seat of Justice at Rutledge; Early officials and first courthouse; Gen. John Cocke and other attorneys; Rutledge businesses; Hamblen County -- Location on the Holston River; Roads and railroads; Early settlers, including Robert McFarland, Alexander OUtlaw, the Morris brothers, William Chaney, Thomas Daggett, Phelps Read, John Crockett, Richard Thompson, Isaac Martin, Isaac Barton, Joseph Shannon, James McGhee, Samuel Riggs, James Roddye, Caleb Witt, William Pulliam, William B. Roddye, James Hoskins, Daniel Taylor, Sherrod Mayes, James Shields, John Evans, Jesse Cheek and others; Early businesses, manufactories, newspapers, churches, etc.; County organization and early county officers, etc. 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: Grainger County -- William H. Cadle, Rev. John H. Carmichael, William Clark, Dr. N.G. Dail, James S. Gill, George H. Grove, Dr. W.J. Heacker, Dr. Joseph Hoffmeister, Thomas J. Jarnagin, Robert J. Justus, John M. Lowe, James M. Mitchell, G.B. Mitchell, Thomas B. Moody, Elijah Mullens, William T. Murray, William Needham, Dr. Samuel N. Tate, Gen. Allen S. Tate, Capt. Thomas Tomlinson, Daniel Turley, and Tilghman A. Vineyard; Hamblen County -- Asa Bayless, J.W. Bewley, L.B. Bewley, Jay C. Brown, C.J. Burnett, T.C. Cain, D.L. Carmichael, Charles H. Darlington, S.G. Felknor, George W. Folsom, Dr. J.A. Goodard, James Hale, Dr. E.B. Hale, George S. Hale, R.H. Harle, John E. Helms, J.C. Hodges, W.A. Howell, Pleasant M. Kirkpatrick, Garret Lane, John Lawrence, James H. Lones, W.H. Maze, J.H. McClister, Judge William McFarland, William M. Murdoch, C.G. Nenney, William James Owen, W.G. Read, M.J.B. Roberts, Thomas Rogan, Gov. DeWitt Clinton Senter, Rev. W.H. Smith, Samuel and George Smith, Grinefield Taylor, C.V. Taylor, William G. Taylor, J.E. Thompson, J.H. Trent, H. Williams, and G.G. Williams. Brief excerpts from Counties of Tennessee by Austin P. Foster, and Tennessee, a Guide to the State, compiled and written by the Federal Writer's Project of the WPA in 1939, are included. Tour stops include Bulls Gap, Russellville, Morristown and the Morristown Normal and Industrial College, Panther Springs, Bean Station, Rutledge, Cumberland Gap, etc. Seller Inventory # 000486

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Hancock County and Hawkins County in East Tennessee are recalled in this spiral bound booklet compiled from excerpts from the 1886 book: History of Tennessee, originally published by Goodspeed Publishing Co., and other sources. The 48-page 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 county seats are: Sneedville in Hancock County and Rogersville in Hawkins County. The first part of the booklet concerns the history of: Hancock County --Geography and geology; Early Settlers --Jonas Loughmiller, William McGee, Enos Matthias and others; First structures in the county; Greasy Rock Academy; Organization of the county and early county buildings; Sheriffs, Court clerks, Registers and Trustees; Greasy Rock Academy; etc.; and Hawkins County -- Geography; Surnames of Early Pioneers -- Long, Love, Kincaid, Mulkey, Carter, Parker, and others; Organization of the county; Indian activities; Circuit court and first grand jury; Story of a boy who lost his shirt, but saved his scalp; Criminal cases and Executions; Pleasant M. Miller and Judge Samuel Powell; Early attorneys; Joseph Rogers and Robersville; the Rogers and Hogan store; the Rogersville Tennessee Bank and other businesses; the Knoxville Gazette's first home; Schools, churches and lodges; Sheriffs, Court clerks, Registers and Trustees, and so forth. 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: Hancock County -- JosephW. Baker, Jonathan Bales, Isaac W. Campbell, Dr. Robert S. Campbell, Rev. George W. Coleman, Alexander and Mary (Gouger) Davis, Rev. George W. Davis, Elbert T. Day, Berton J. Drinnon, Robert D. Greene, Hiram Herd, Lewis M. Jarvis, Ewell and Elizabeth (McCoy) Jordan, A.B. Kesterson, William J. K. Lawson, Wyles L. McCoy, Jesse P. Nichols, Isaac Parkey, Exra M. Quillen, W.G. Seal, Capt. William P. Testerman, Sampson Williams, W.T. Wolfe, and Capt. Gideon Wolfe; Hawkins County -- Capt. William L. Armstrong, Henry C. Armstrong, William M. Arnott, Ellis Cocke, William M. Francisco, Dr. Samuel H. Gault, William P. Gillenwaters, John M. Gray, Lewis W. Guthrie, Philip S. Hale, Jacob Hamilton, Rufus Hunter, Robert M. Kyle, Thomas Lee, William W. Legg, William F. Lyons, Capt. Clinton G. Lyons, Luther B. Lyons, Dr. Richard P. Mitchell, John R. Moore, Thomas J. Parrott, P.L. Pearson, William S. Phipps, J.M. Phipps, William H. Price, William T. Robertson, Andrew D. Simpson, Alexander Smith, Christopher C. Spears, John E. Starnes, David C. Tunnell, Edward Watterson, William H. Watterson, James White, and James Wright. Brief excerpts from Counties of Tennessee by Austin P. Foster, and Tennessee, a Guide to the State, compiled and written by the Federal Writer's Project of the WPA in 1939, are included. Tour stops include Rotherwood, the Home for Superannuated Printing Pressmen, and Rogersville. There's also a 6-page section on Kingsport, part of which in in Hawkins County. Seller Inventory # 000488

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Middleton, John

Published by R. Hale (1986)

ISBN 10: 0709027982 ISBN 13: 9780709027980

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About this Item: R. Hale, 1986. Hardback. Condition: Used: Good. Spelunkers are those folks who crawl about in caves, dropping their dear flashlights into 200-foot holes, and get on TV when they are finally rescued. They will enjoy this nice description of the underworld. There is a general description of cave areas by continent, but most of the book is devoted to a country-by-country inventory, even when there is "no speleological interest." The data consist of maps, some photos, and notes on areas and caves of interest. All this is fairly general, of course, but the serious cave-dweller will be off to a good start. Appendixes list the longest, deepest, and largest caves and there is a list of national caving organizations. A good choice for any caving collection. Hardback with dustjacket - 1986 - good condition, exlibrary, 0-7090-2798-2 - - used books, secondhand books, for sale, out of print books, hard to find books, second-hand books, college books, student books, nonfiction, first editions, exlibrary books sold, , non-fiction books delivered world wide. Isbn 0709027982. Seller Inventory # 14951

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Meigs County and Rhea County, on the banks of the Tennessee River, are recalled in this spiral bound booklet compiled from excerpts from the 1886 book: History of Tennessee, originally published by Goodspeed Publishing Co., and other sources. The 58-page booklet is photocop one-sided on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The county seats are: Decatur in Meigs County and Dayton in Rhea County. Dayton is where John Scopes was tried for teaching evolution. The first part of the booklet concerns the history of: Meigs County --Geography and geology; Earliest Settlers -- Elisha Sharp, Stephen Winton, John McCallam, the Edgman family, A. Boygess, Jacob and Luke Peak, Caleb Moore, William Ware, J. Chapman, Thomas Baker, Hiram Gibson, the Stewart family, James Lillard, Leonard Brooks, William Rogers, Samuel McDaniel, Abraham Cox, the Kelly family, Jesse Martin, Joseph Cowan, the Howsers, Howell Whitmore, John Womack, T.J. Matthews, and others; Early businesses; Organization of the county; Decatur, the county seat; Early officials, church, academy, lawyers, etc.; and Rhea County -- Geography; Organization of the county; Early Courts; the difficulties in locating a county seat; Early officials and attorneys; early jails; the first settlers and early businesses in Washington -- Billy Washington, John Birdsong, William Leuty, Isaac McMeans, etc; Dayton (formerly Smith's Cross Roads) and its early settlers, and other bits of history. 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: Meigs County -- David M. Blevins, Elisha S. Boggess, Dr. Samuel J. Breeden, W.D. Browder Sr., William B. Brown, T.W. Burke, Robert E. Cate, Dr. M.C. Clark, Elijah M. Ewing, Arthur C. Ewing, Jonas Fooshee, James H. Fuller, Capt. Robert L. Gamble, William C. Godsey, Benjamin F. Grigsby, William M. Hale, Martin A. Hardin, Dr. A.W. Hodge, James M. Hornsby, Samuel Hutsell, W. H. King, Col. Newton J. Lillard, Capt. James R. Moore, John P. Moulton, Jasper N. Moulton, W.C. Peak, T.J. Peak, Thomas J. Robinson, and Mathew B. Stewart; Rhea County -- Dr. J.C. Abernathy, Major William G. Allen, Valentine C. Allen, Nicholas Q. Allen, John W. Angel, William B. Benson, Dr. Alfred C. Blevins, William F. Blevins, Polk Brown, Sanders D. Broyles, Jonathan M. Caldwell, James P. Collins, Thomas N.L. Cunnynham, Robert C.M. Cunnyngham, Capt. William P. Darwin, Major George C. Dodge, Abner W. Frazier, Creed M. Fulton, W.C. Gardenhire, Col. William T. Gass, Robert N. Gillespie, Webb M. Thomas, Charles F. Gilmore, Andrew P. Haggard, Hugh B. Heiskell, J.C. Hinch, Irby W. Holt, John M. Howard, Capt. James Howe, James Johnson, Christopher Jones, Arch McCaleb, Rowland F. McDonald, Lewis F. McDonald, George C. McKenzie, D.C. McMillin Sr., Col. John Randolph Neal, Major Flavius J. Paine, John E. Pyott, B.F. Robinson, David F. Robinson, Jesse P. Roddy, William G. Roddy, George M.D. Spence, Halliday Spivey, William E. Stephens, Dr. James H. Storie, Dr. James G. Thomison, and Dr. J.C. Wasson. Brief excerpts from Counties of Tennessee by Austin P. Foster, and Tennessee, a Guide to the State, compiled and written by the Federal Writer's Project of the WPA in 1939, are included. Tour stops include Rhea Springs, Dayton, Hiwassee Island, Sale Creek, and Soddy. Going beyond most tour books, the WPA portion offers historical trivia, such as Sam Houston's boyhood home with the Indians and the "evolution trial" of John T. Scopes which took place in Dayton. For clarification, we've added a little background information on William Jennings Bryan and Clarence Darrow, pr. Seller Inventory # 000490

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Craighead 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 58-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: Boundaries, topography, waterways; Railroads; Early settlers; County organization and early officials; County officials; Civil War period; Jonesboro, and other towns; Schools, 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: James C. Anderson, Edwin G. Barrett, J.R. Blalack, John Boren, Simon M. Bowman, Jesse C. Broadaway, George M. Broadaway, Anderson R. Broadaway, J.C. Brookfield, Abraham Brown, E.F. Brown, J.G. Bryant, W.H. Cate, J.G. Christian, Dr. James R. Claunch, George W. Clements, Rev. J.D.C. Cobb, George W. Cook, James F. Cross, Thomas D. Culberhouse, John H. Darr, William A. Davis, Nathan A. Davis, Joseph Dixon, Allen Dodds, Francis Marion Douglas, James T. Dudley, Robert Y. Duncan, Martin V. Echols, George W. Evans, George W. Finch, James Gordon Frierson, William Lewis Gage, A. Thomas Gatlin, Dr. Needam Harvey Grady, Henry M. Griffin, Christopher C. Hale, Joseph W. Harrell, Benjamin J. Harrison, James H. Houston, Philip T. Hudson, William Huggans, Ivy S. Hughs, James C. Johnson, Dr. Roderick Joyner, W.D. Kirksey, Herman Koehler, W.T. Lane, W. Stanford Lane, R. Frank Lee, Aris R. Lunsford, L.A. Lynch, John J. McBroom, Lucian T. McDaniel, Abraham McDaniel, A.L. Malone, Isaac N. Mangrum, Nicholas P. Mangrum, John H. Mangrum, Z.T. Matthews, James D. Mead, James W. Mead, J.A. Meek, Joseph W. Moss, A.S. Nash, Francis M. Newcom, Rev. William J. Newton, W.W. Nisbett, William O'Guinn, J.W. Owens Jr., Alfred Pagan, J.M. Penix, David L. Perkins, J.D. Phillips, Albert Pierce, Robet W. Rains, Emmet Rodgers, H.C. Roy, William D. Safley, L.J. Salmons, Anderson M. Self, Stephen Shelton, William Stephen Shores, John M. Sipes, William S. Skelton, Allen Springer, John H. Stephens, Arnold Stotts, J.M. Stotts, Albert F. Taylor, D.H. Thorn, L.G. Thornton, Francis H. Varner, Robert T. Wallace, S.A. Warner, Rev. William Y.M. Wilkerson, Jacob Williams, George W. Wilson, W.J. Witt, and Joel G. Wood. Seller Inventory # 000772

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Ouachita County, AR, are recalled in this 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 the county: The Ouachita Valley and River, Cotton, Yellow Pine, and other products, the Quapaw Indians, Explorers including De Soto, Ira Nunn and other early pioneers, Justices, businesses, County organization, county officials, finances, population, Railroads, Camden (the county sear, originally named Ecore a Fabre), Stephens, Bearden, and other communities, Civil War period, Lawyers, Schools, Churches, and Newspapers. 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: Dr. George M. Adamson, J.M. Agee, Philip Agee, William Franklin Avera, Judge Asa Bacchus, C.R. Barham, C.S. Black, E.H. Blake, James Benjamin Bradshaw, Dr. J.N. Bragg, A.V. Bragg, John Branton, J.M. Brooks, Dr. J.W. Brown, Henry Gaston Bunn, John Burton, Jacob Burton, James Campbell, Thomas Carter, James Coleman, William Cox, Thomas Criner, Joseph Criner, Francis Cross, James Culp Sr., Dr. Eli Lide Dawson, Judge J.B. Freidheim, Robert Frix, Prof. W.A. Garner, William Gatling, Henry Good, Henry Grayson, William Green, Julius Greening, William Hale, Sherod Hale, Col. Tom Hardison, Dr. J.T. Henry, Alfred C. Jackson, William Johnson, Henry Jones, James Juniel, C.S. Keith, Robert Lester, S.B. Lide, Jesse McMahan, Dr. John Mahan, William Martin, John Moon, Henry Morgan, Sharon Myatt, Capt. D. Newton, Porter Oglesby, William Pace, John Parker, John Parr, Thomas Patton, Mrs. Mary Patton, John Pearce, Rev. Eli Pharr, John Pharr, James Pickett, Dr. J.W. Perdue, Ephraim Pierce, J.A. Proctor, John Proffitt, Millard Purifoy, W.K. Ramsey, J.A. Reeves, George Ritchie, Ephriam Rogers, Jonathan Rogers Jr., Thomas Rowe, S.Q. Sevier, Miles Sifford, Charles Sithen, J.M. Smith, N.H. Stark, Judge James Stinnett, George Stinson, Tom Thomson, John Thornton, James Toney, John Toney, Newton Tribble, Alfred Tufts, F.M. Wadley, Dr. Joseph Wilson, and Elbert Yarbrough. The WPA section gives a bit of history along with points of interest and a map of southern Arkansas. Seller Inventory # 000797

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Published by Time Life, 1967 (1967)

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About this Item: Time Life, 1967, 1967. Condition: Bon. Légères traces d'usure sur la couverture. Ammareal reverse jusqu'à 15% du prix net de ce livre à des organisations caritatives. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION Book Condition: Used, Good. Slight signs of wear on the cover. Ammareal gives back up to 15% of this book's net price to charity organizations. Seller Inventory # A-311-358

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Hale - John R. Hale

Published by TIME LIFE (1966)

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 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. Seller Inventory # 000775

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About this Item: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 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. Seller Inventory # 000752

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About this Item: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Pulaski County, MO, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales, factual data, and individual biographies in this New 125 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: Crocker, Devils Elbow, Dixon, Fort Leonard Wood, Laquey, Richland (part), Saint Robert, Swedeborg, Waynesville (County Seat). Topics covered in the history of this rural county in central Missouri include: Description of the Land, Early Inhabitants, First White Settlers; Tax list of 1828, when Pulaski was part of Gasconade County (many names); Pioneer Incidents; Early Marriages; Early Politics; Land entries before 1840; County Organization; Townships; County Seat; Early Officials and Official Acts; Railroad; Societies; Judicial and Official History; Court Cases, from murder to "playing croquet on Sunday"; Attorneys; Pulaski County in the Civil War -- at home and away; Towns -- Richland, Dixon, Waynesville, Crocker, etc.; Businesses; Societies; Schools; 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 biographies include: W. Spencer Adams, Andrew R. Bailey, Bland N. Ballard, Wellington Barlow, Solomon Bartlett, Larkin Rufus Bates, William Addison Bates, William L. Bradford, James A. Bradford, Alexander Bryan, George C. Cain, George R. Cannefax, Elijah Jordan Christeson, Commodore P. Christesson, Robert L. Christeson, Daniel A. Claiborn, John J. Clark, George W. Colley, Daniel B. Colley, William J. Cook, Hiram D. Craft, Charles H. Davis, Henry Decker, James M. Farrar, James K. Foote, Samuel F. Giddens, Hugh Godfrey, L.D. Groom, Samuel R. Hale, Rev. Alexander Hendrix, W.S. Hicks, William Wilson Hobbs, John H. Imboden, James L. Johnson, Anderson Keith, William C. Kelso, Edward Lingsweiler, Joseph Martin Long, Joe McGregor, Samuel J. Manes, George S. Marks, James M. Mays, C. Miller, Richard Miller, John Morgan, John O. Morrison, W.S. Musgrave, William H. Murphy, James B. Overbey, William Pemberton, Loss Peterson, George W. Pippin, John Price, Rev. Henry Roam, James M. Rollins, John A. Schlicht, Oliver W. Shockley, Charles H. Shubert, William A. Skaggs, Albert Smith, James R. Smith, Dr. G.W. Stevenson, John W. Stewart, Alexander P. Sutton, Jacob Teeple, James Titterington, Dr. Alfred W. Titterington, Simeon Traw, Joseph H. Turpin, C.D. Wale, Capt. Henry E. Warren, Rev. John J. Watts, Dr. D.P. Webster, John W. Wheeler, Edward G. Williams, M.W. Wright, William T. Wright, Jacob N. Wrinkle, H.H. Wrinkle, and William J. Yowell. Seller Inventory # 000275

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About this Item: Time Life, 1967, 1967. Condition: Bon. Edition 1967. Ammareal reverse jusqu'à 15% du prix net de ce livre à des organisations caritatives. ENGLISH DESCRIPTION Book Condition: Used, Good. Edition 1967. Ammareal gives back up to 15% of this book's net price to charity organizations. Seller Inventory # A-407-433

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About this Item: F.A. Bailey & Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Jasper 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 151 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, excluding the townships, include: Hidalgo, Newton (County Seat), Rose Hill, Sainte Marie, West Liberty, Wheeler, and Yale. Among the subjects discussed are: Formation from Crawford County; Gen. Marion's men, Jasper and Newton; Topography, Location, and Geology; Agriculture; Early Settlement of "Wabash Country"; Squaters, Outlaws, Counterfeiters, Horse thieves, etc.; "Mint Creek"; Benjamin Shooks, Dr. Sultzer, Jack McCann, James Jordan, William Price, William Lewis, Job Catt and other early settlers; Indian War Dance scare and other memories and adventures of early pioneers; Political Organization and names of early officials; Interesting details of the ten townships -- such as notable weight, height and age of various citizens; Public buildings; Courts and crimes -- such as altering marks on hogs and theft of a brick house; Social Development and daily life of pioneers; Early transportation -- Roads, Ferries, Bridges, Railroads; Newspapers, Churches, Schools, Societies; the Civil War -- 8th, 11th, 21st, 38th, 46th, 130th, 143rd, 155th Illinois Volunteer Infantry units, and the 5th Cavalry unit; Gen. U.S. Grant's leadership as Captain and colonel with 21st Illinois Regiment; Newton, where "whisky was king"; St. Marie and Joseph Picquet's "Colony of Brothers"; other villages; and many more bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: Besides the many names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are 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, professions and institutions in the county. The biographies include: City of Newton and Wade Township -- J. F. Arnold Jr., John M. Bell, W.L. Bridges, M.K. Busick, J.M. Catt, C.M. Davis, A.A. Franke, James E. Freeman, George K. Gosnell, John H. Halley, Capt. B.W. Harris, James M. Hicks, Dr. H.S. Hinman, Thomas Hunt, Hale Johnson, Simpson Johnson, William B. Jones, C.D. Kendall, T.J. Martin, J.H. Maxwell, Benjamin Miller, Ogden Monell, Daniel O'Donnell, H.K. Powell, Gilbert Reisner, Frank Richardson, B.F. Rogers, Casper Rush, Frank L. Shup, John H. Shup, Frances A. Stevens, A.J. Strole, William Trainor, G.V. Vanderhoof, W.G. Williams, A.J. Woods; Willow Hill Township -- M. Allison, John Auspach, H. C. Bollinger, S.B. Bowman, William J. Chittenden, Ephraim Cottrell, Isaac Debow, Jeremiah Doty, Dr. W.H. Eidson, Dr. Henry A. Eidson, Job Fithian, E.C. Flinn, Dr. M.L. Gettinger, W.H. Higgins, G.R. Hopper, George W. Jones, J.B. McNair, W. F. Mason, J.A. Merrick, John Miller, Capt. T. K. Miller, William H. Muchmore, William C. Parks, E.W. Parks, I.B. Parr, M.H. Perrin, J.R. Reese, Hugh F. Sanders, G. M. Selby, Frederick A. Sempsrott, Milton Sims, S.C. Stewart, Henry Stewart, Isaiah Stewart, W.J. Swope, A.C. Terhune, P.A. Terhune, William T. Watt, Jesse Way, T.H. Weck, Thomas J. Wiseman; Crooked Creek Township -- Adrian F. Aten, Amos Bartley, George D. Briggs, Nathan Brooks, Robert H. Brown, Mitchell T. Bruster, Amos P. Caldwell, Joseph Coad, William Conner, George S. Conner, Jonathan Cowger, John B. Cowger, James Cummins, John Cummins, John F. Cummins, Capt. Robert S. Cummins, James H. Davison, Dr. James F. Davison, John Davison, Henry H. Elder, David Hammer, William W. Hays, Elijah R. Heath, William Hunt, Elihu Hutson, Oliver R. Jackson, Judge James E. James, John F. Kibler, Seller Inventory # 000294

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About this Item: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. 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. Seller Inventory # 000756

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About this Item: Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society, 1900. Hardcover. Condition: Used; Very Good. No marks or writing observed in text. Binding tight and square. Gently read. . Contents. Volume 2 .ARTICLES: . -- 'The Centennial Celebration at Marietta, April Seventh, 1888,' / -- 'Address of Welcome by Governor J. B. Foraker' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Oration of Hon. George F. Hoar' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Address of Hon. Rutherford B. Hayes' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'The German Pioneers: Address by Bernard Peters' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Oration of Hon. John Randolph Tucker, LL.D.' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Letter of Hon. George B. Loring Read at the Celebration by R. R. Dawes' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Remarks of Hon. Samuel F. Hunt' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Address of Rev. Edward Everett Hale' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Address of Henry M. Storrs, D.D., Delivered Sunday Afternoon, April Eighth' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Address of Rev. A. L. Chapin, D. D.' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Address of Joseph F. Tuttle, D.D.' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Remarks of I. N. Sturtevant, D. D.' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Remarks of Edward Everett Hale, D.D.' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Remarks of Rev. B. W. Arnett, D.D.' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Annual Address of President F. C. Sessions' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Address of Judge Joseph Cox: The Building of the State' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Why is Ohio Called the Buckeye State?,' by William M. Farrar (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Commodore Abraham Whipple' (Marietta Centennial) by David Fisher / -- 'A Familiar Talk About Monarchists and Jacobins' (Marietta Centennial) by William Henry Smith / -- 'The Triumph of Liberty: 1788-1888' (Marietta Centennial) by R. K. Shaw / -- 'John Gray, Washington's Last Soldier' (Marietta Centennial) by Private Dalzell / -- 'The Memorial Structure at Marietta: Report of a Committee of the Ohio Archaeological and Historical Society, Made April 6, 1888' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Communications Relating to the Celebration' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Relic Department of the Centennial' (Marietta Centennial) / -- 'Israel Ward Andres, D.D., LL.D., Memorial Address Before the Ohio Archaeological Historical Society, Delivered at Marietta, June 26, 1888,' by William P. Cutler / -- 'Three Important Documents Relating to Western Land Cessions,' by B. A. Hinsdale / -- 'The First Church Organization in the Oldest Settlement in the North-West Territory,' by C. E. Dickinson / -- 'William Davis Gallagher,' by W. H. Venable / -- 'Early History of the Republican Party in Ohio,' by Henry B. Carrington / -- 'Ohio State Archaeological and Historical Society. Proceedings of the Third Annual Meeting Held at Marietta, April 5th and 6th, 1888, in Connection with the Centennial Celebration of the Settlement of the Northwest Territory,' / -- The Ohio Boundary, or the Erie War byL. G. Addison / -- The Right of Discovery B. A. Hinsdale, Ph.D. / -- Some Popular Errors in Regard to Mound Builders and Indians by Gerard Fowke / -- The Preservation of Documents by A. A. Graham / -- Nullification in Ohio by Daniel J. Ryan / -- A Documentary History of Ohio by A. A. Graham / -- Some Recollections of Historic Travel Over New York, New Jersey, Virginia and Ohio, In the Seven Years from 1840-1847 by Henry Howe / -- The Sale of the Western Reserve by B. A. Hinsdale / -- Down South Before the War by W. H. Venable / -- The Manufacture and Use of Aboriginal Stone Implements by Gerard Fowke -- A Detailed Account of Mound Opening by W. K. Moorehead -- The Department of History and Archaeology in the Ohio Centennial at Columbus, September 4 to October 19, 1888 by A. A. Graham -- Annual Address of F. C. Sessions, President of the Society. Seller Inventory # 41981

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. This regiment was first known as the 79th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, but was officially designated the 60th Tennessee Infantry Regiment by the Adjutant and Inspector General s Office. It was organized into a regiment at Haynesville, from 11 companies which had been enrolled in August, and September. Immediately after organization the regiment was assigned to the brigade of Brigadier General John C. Vaughn along with the 61st and 62nd Tennessee Regiments. These regiments remained together in Vaughn s Brigade throughout the war. After fighting in the battles about Vicksburg and being captured and exchanged there, the 60th was reconstituted and fought in Virginia in the Early Campaign against Sheridan. Companies Of The TN 60th Infantry Regiment Francis S. Blair, Co. A. Enrolled Jonesboro, Washington County, August 23, 1862. Samuel Rhea Gammon, Co. B. Enrolled Rogersville, Hawkins County, September 12, 1862. John H. Crouch, Co. C. Men from Washington County; Enrolled September 20, 1862. Mark M. Pritchett, Joseph L. Hale, Co. D. Enrolled at Boon s Creek, Washington County, September 23, 1862. William P. Barron, Co. E. Enrolled at Fordtown, Sullivan County, September 25, 1862. Mark Bacon, Co. F. Enrolled at Jonesboro, Washington County, September 27, 1862. James A. Rhea (to major), J. W. Bach-man, Joseph R. Crawford, Co. G. Enrolled at Blountville, Sullivan County, September 25, 1862. James C. Hodges, Co. H. Enrolled at Morristown, Grainger County, now Hamblen County, October 1, 1862. William A. Wash, Co. I Enrolled at Newport, Cocke County, October 1, 1862. John M. Morrow, Co. K. Enrolled at Leesburg and Longmire, Washington County, September 27, 1862. Harvey Hamilton, Co. L. Enrolled in Hawkins County, September 26, 1862. Seller Inventory # APC9781530333165

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John C Rigdon

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.This regiment was first known as the 79th Tennessee Infantry Regiment, but was officially designated the 60th Tennessee Infantry Regiment by the Adjutant and Inspector General s Office. It was organized into a regiment at Haynesville, from 11 companies which had been enrolled in August, and September. Immediately after organization the regiment was assigned to the brigade of Brigadier General John C. Vaughn along with the 61st and 62nd Tennessee Regiments. These regiments remained together in Vaughn s Brigade throughout the war. After fighting in the battles about Vicksburg and being captured and exchanged there, the 60th was reconstituted and fought in Virginia in the Early Campaign against Sheridan. Companies Of The TN 60th Infantry Regiment Francis S. Blair, Co. A. Enrolled Jonesboro, Washington County, August 23, 1862. Samuel Rhea Gammon, Co. B. Enrolled Rogersville, Hawkins County, September 12, 1862. John H. Crouch, Co. C. Men from Washington County; Enrolled September 20, 1862. Mark M. Pritchett, Joseph L. Hale, Co. D. Enrolled at Boon s Creek, Washington County, September 23, 1862. William P. Barron, Co. E. Enrolled at Fordtown, Sullivan County, September 25, 1862. Mark Bacon, Co. F. Enrolled at Jonesboro, Washington County, September 27, 1862. James A. Rhea (to major), J. W. Bach-man, Joseph R. Crawford, Co. G. Enrolled at Blountville, Sullivan County, September 25, 1862. James C. Hodges, Co. H. Enrolled at Morristown, Grainger County, now Hamblen County, October 1, 1862. William A. Wash, Co. I Enrolled at Newport, Cocke County, October 1, 1862. John M. Morrow, Co. K. Enrolled at Leesburg and Longmire, Washington County, September 27, 1862. Harvey Hamilton, Co. L. Enrolled in Hawkins County, September 26, 1862. Seller Inventory # APC9781530333165

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John R. K. Clark

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About this Item: University of Hawai i Press, United States, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Jizo, one of the most beloved Buddhist deities in Japan, is known primarily as the guardian of children and travelers. In coastal areas, fishermen and swimmers also look to him for protection. Soon after their arrival in the late 1800s, issei (first-generation Japanese) shoreline fishermen began casting for ulua on Hawai i s treacherous sea cliffs, where they risked being swept off the rocky ledges. In response to numerous drownings, Jizo statues were erected near dangerous fishing and swimming sites, including popular Bamboo Ridge, near the Blowhole in Hawai i Kai; Kawaihapai Bay in Mokule ia; and Kawailoa Beach in Hale iwa. Guardian of the Sea tells the story of a compassionate group of men who raised these statues as a service to their communities. Written by an authority on Hawai i s beaches and water safety, Guardian of the Sea shines a light on a little-known facet of Hawai i s past. It incorporates valuable firsthand accounts taken from interviews with nisei (second-generation) fishermen and residents and articles from Japanese-language newspapers dating as far back as the early 1900s. In addition to background information on Jizo as a guardian deity and historical details on Jizo statues in Hawai i, the author discusses shorecasting techniques and organizations, which once played a key role in the lives of local Japanese. Although shorecasting today is done more for sport than subsistence, it remains an important ocean activity in the Islands. In examining Jizo and the lives of issei, Guardian of the Sea makes a significant contribution to our understanding of recent Hawai i history. Seller Inventory # AAN9780824831585

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About this Item: University of Hawai i Press, United States, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Jizo, one of the most beloved Buddhist deities in Japan, is known primarily as the guardian of children and travelers. In coastal areas, fishermen and swimmers also look to him for protection. Soon after their arrival in the late 1800s, issei (first-generation Japanese) shoreline fishermen began casting for ulua on Hawai i s treacherous sea cliffs, where they risked being swept off the rocky ledges. In response to numerous drownings, Jizo statues were erected near dangerous fishing and swimming sites, including popular Bamboo Ridge, near the Blowhole in Hawai i Kai; Kawaihapai Bay in Mokule ia; and Kawailoa Beach in Hale iwa. Guardian of the Sea tells the story of a compassionate group of men who raised these statues as a service to their communities. Written by an authority on Hawai i s beaches and water safety, Guardian of the Sea shines a light on a little-known facet of Hawai i s past. It incorporates valuable firsthand accounts taken from interviews with nisei (second-generation) fishermen and residents and articles from Japanese-language newspapers dating as far back as the early 1900s. In addition to background information on Jizo as a guardian deity and historical details on Jizo statues in Hawai i, the author discusses shorecasting techniques and organizations, which once played a key role in the lives of local Japanese. Although shorecasting today is done more for sport than subsistence, it remains an important ocean activity in the Islands. In examining Jizo and the lives of issei, Guardian of the Sea makes a significant contribution to our understanding of recent Hawai i history. Seller Inventory # AAN9780824831585

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Cairns, Thomas. [Michael McKinley, Tom Wegner, photos, Kathy Longinaker, William D Adams, Richard Baer, Laurie Black, David Cavagnaro, R Todd Davis, Alan & Linda Detrick, John E Eisley, Derek Fell, John Glover, David Goldberg, Mick Hales, Jerry Harp

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About this Item: Des Moines, Iowa : Meredith Books, 2000, 1999., 2000. Soft cover. Condition: Very Good. 1st Edition. 1st edition, 4th printing ; 96 pp. : color illustrations ; 28 cm. ; ISBN: 0897214285 (pbk.) LCCN: 98-66913 ; OCLC: 41670992 ; LC: SB411; Dewey: 635.9/33734 ; color, stiff paper wrappers ; endorsed by the American Rose Society ; store stamp at front ; "Reliable, expert growing techniques that ensure success; complete information on the 300 most highly rates roses; new insights on eay-care shrub roses for the landscape"-cover ; "The most compact, accessible and easy-to-use rose book in its price category.Endorsed by the American Rose Society.Selection and growing guide presents complete cultural and pruning information about more than 300 recommended varieties.At-a-glance design and organization help readers quickly find the information they need.Discusses every major rose groupwith complete growing instructions for each variety.Author Thomas Cairns is one of the top rosarians in the United States, incoming president of the American Rose Society, and editor of the latest edition of its official reference publication, Modern Roses." ; VG. Book. Seller Inventory # 3889

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About this Item: Reference Series Books LLC Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 121. Chapters: Ansel Adams, John Muir, Elaine Hamilton-O'Neal, Greg Mortenson, William Henry Jackson, David Brower, Alex Lowe, Glen Dawson, Norman Clyde, Albert Hale Sylvester, Alison Levine, Jon Krakauer, Yvon Chouinard, Tom Frost, Aron Ralston, Clarence King, Royal Robbins, Daniel Mazur, Fred Beckey, Theodore Solomons, Jules Eichorn, Barry Bishop, Arlene Blum, Mark Twight, Conrad Anker, Charlie Fowler, Robert L. M. Underhill, Bradford Washburn, Jim Bridwell, Fritiof Fryxell, Henry Way Kendall, Carlos Buhler, Steve McKinney, John Bidwell, Robert Bates, Steve House, Smoke Blanchard, Ed Viesturs, Fritz Wiessner, Mark Wilford, Hazard Stevens, Galen Rowell, Allen Steck, Miriam O'Brien Underhill, John Reppy, Willi Unsoeld, Louis Reichardt, Charles Snead Houston, Benjamin W. Kilburn, Joseph Nisbet LeConte, Erik Weihenmayer, Bestor Robinson, Christine Boskoff, Susan Ershler, Dora Keen, Clifton Maloney, Francis P. Farquhar, P. B. Van Trump, Samantha Larson, John Salathé, Pete Schoening, Peter Croft, Scott Fischer, Ace Kvale, Annie Smith Peck, Oliver Perry-Smith, William Siri, Jim Donini, Austin Post, Kit DesLauriers, Richard M. Leonard, Tom Hornbein, James S. Hutchinson, John Roskelley, William Libbey, Dave Hahn, Mugs Stump, Kelly James, Darby Field, John Otto, Hudson Stuck, H. Adams Carter, Beck Weathers, Jim Whittaker, Robert Birkby, Rolando Garibotti, David Breashears, William S. Nicolai, Hulda Crooks, Richard Bass, Dee Molenaar, John Middendorf, Vince Anderson, Finis Mitchell, John Harlin, Charles Christopher Parry, Michael Kennedy, Duncan McDuffie, Jim Wickwire, Marshall Ulrich, Lute Jerstad, Terris Moore, Peter Athans, W. A. B. Coolidge, George G. Anderson, John Bragg, Kenneth Kamler, Richard McGowan, Paul Petzoldt, Mike Hoover, Rob DesLauriers, Alfred Lindley, Lou Whittaker, Meta Brevoort, Tobin Sorenson, Craig Calonica, Kevin Thaw, Dave Page, James Ramsey Ullman, Walter A. Starr, Jr., Gary Hemming, Charles Ernest Fay, Ben Clark, Britton Keeshan, Barbara Washburn, Johnny Strange, Albert R. Ellingwood, Henry Peter Karstens, Tom Whittaker, Fanny Bullock Workman, Jimmy Chin, Wally Berg, Joby Ogwyn, Art Gilkey, Sophia Danenberg, Walter Harper, Oliver Eaton Cromwell, Glenn Exum, Vern Clevenger. Excerpt: John Muir (21 April 1838 - 24 December 1914) was a Scottish-born American naturalist, author, and early advocate of preservation of wilderness in the United States. His letters, essays, and books telling of his adventures in nature, especially in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California, have been read by millions. His activism helped to save the Yosemite Valley, Sequoia National Park and other wilderness areas. The Sierra Club, which he founded, is now one of the most important conservation organizations in the United States. One of the most well-known hiking trails in the U.S., the 211-mile (340 km) John Muir Trail, was named in his honor. Other places named in his honor are Muir Woods National Monument, Muir Beach, John Muir College, Mount Muir, Camp Muir and Muir Glacier. In his later life, Muir devoted most of his time to the preservation of the Western forests. He petitioned the U.S. Congress for the National Park Bill that was passed in 1899, establishing both Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks. Because of the spiritual quality and enthusiasm toward nature expressed in his writings, he was able to inspire readers, including presidents and congressmen, to take action to help preserve large nature areas. He is. 124 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9781157517597

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About this Item: Reference Series Books LLC Jun 2011, 2011. Taschenbuch. Condition: Neu. Neuware - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 121. Chapters: Ansel Adams, John Muir, Elaine Hamilton-O'Neal, Greg Mortenson, William Henry Jackson, David Brower, Alex Lowe, Glen Dawson, Norman Clyde, Albert Hale Sylvester, Alison Levine, Jon Krakauer, Yvon Chouinard, Tom Frost, Aron Ralston, Clarence King, Royal Robbins, Daniel Mazur, Fred Beckey, Theodore Solomons, Jules Eichorn, Barry Bishop, Arlene Blum, Mark Twight, Conrad Anker, Charlie Fowler, Robert L. M. Underhill, Bradford Washburn, Jim Bridwell, Fritiof Fryxell, Henry Way Kendall, Carlos Buhler, Steve McKinney, John Bidwell, Robert Bates, Steve House, Smoke Blanchard, Ed Viesturs, Fritz Wiessner, Mark Wilford, Hazard Stevens, Galen Rowell, Allen Steck, Miriam O'Brien Underhill, John Reppy, Willi Unsoeld, Louis Reichardt, Charles Snead Houston, Benjamin W. Kilburn, Joseph Nisbet LeConte, Erik Weihenmayer, Bestor Robinson, Christine Boskoff, Susan Ershler, Dora Keen, Clifton Maloney, Francis P. Farquhar, P. B. Van Trump, Samantha Larson, John Salathé, Pete Schoening, Peter Croft, Scott Fischer, Ace Kvale, Annie Smith Peck, Oliver Perry-Smith, William Siri, Jim Donini, Austin Post, Kit DesLauriers, Richard M. Leonard, Tom Hornbein, James S. Hutchinson, John Roskelley, William Libbey, Dave Hahn, Mugs Stump, Kelly James, Darby Field, John Otto, Hudson Stuck, H. Adams Carter, Beck Weathers, Jim Whittaker, Robert Birkby, Rolando Garibotti, David Breashears, William S. Nicolai, Hulda Crooks, Richard Bass, Dee Molenaar, John Middendorf, Vince Anderson, Finis Mitchell, John Harlin, Charles Christopher Parry, Michael Kennedy, Duncan McDuffie, Jim Wickwire, Marshall Ulrich, Lute Jerstad, Terris Moore, Peter Athans, W. A. B. Coolidge, George G. Anderson, John Bragg, Kenneth Kamler, Richard McGowan, Paul Petzoldt, Mike Hoover, Rob DesLauriers, Alfred Lindley, Lou Whittaker, Meta Brevoort, Tobin Sorenson, Craig Calonica, Kevin Thaw, Dave Page, James Ramsey Ullman, Walter A. Starr, Jr., Gary Hemming, Charles Ernest Fay, Ben Clark, Britton Keeshan, Barbara Washburn, Johnny Strange, Albert R. Ellingwood, Henry Peter Karstens, Tom Whittaker, Fanny Bullock Workman, Jimmy Chin, Wally Berg, Joby Ogwyn, Art Gilkey, Sophia Danenberg, Walter Harper, Oliver Eaton Cromwell, Glenn Exum, Vern Clevenger. Excerpt: John Muir (21 April 1838 - 24 December 1914) was a Scottish-born American naturalist, author, and early advocate of preservation of wilderness in the United States. His letters, essays, and books telling of his adventures in nature, especially in the Sierra Nevada mountains of California, have been read by millions. His activism helped to save the Yosemite Valley, Sequoia National Park and other wilderness areas. The Sierra Club, which he founded, is now one of the most important conservation organizations in the United States. One of the most well-known hiking trails in the U.S., the 211-mile (340 km) John Muir Trail, was named in his honor. Other places named in his honor are Muir Woods National Monument, Muir Beach, John Muir College, Mount Muir, Camp Muir and Muir Glacier. In his later life, Muir devoted most of his time to the preservation of the Western forests. He petitioned the U.S. Congress for the National Park Bill that was passed in 1899, establishing both Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks. Because of the spiritual quality and enthusiasm toward nature expressed in his writings, he was able to inspire readers, including presidents and congressmen, to take action to help preserve large nature areas. He is. 124 pp. Englisch. Seller Inventory # 9781157517597

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About this Item: Habelt-Verlag, 2015. Hardcover. Condition: New. Archäologie in Eurasien Band 31 Chronologies and technologies from the 6th to the 4th Millennium BCE : International Workshop Budapest 2012 Edited by Svend Hansen, Pál Raczky, Alexandra Anders and Agathe Reingruber x + 510 s, renkli ve s&b figürler, sert kapak ciltli, İngilizce bildiriler. Sven Brummack / New Radiocarbon Dates from Eastern Slovakia. The Cases of Male Raskovce and Barca Baloty Pal Raczky, Alexandra Anders, Katalin Sebok, Peter Csippan, Zsuzsanna Toth / The Times of Polgar-Csoszhalom. Chronologies of Human Activities in a Late Neolithic Settlement in Northeastern Hungary Norbert Farago / Space-time Characteristics of the Chipped Stone Industry at the Polgar-Csoszhalom Horizontal Settlement Zsuzsanna Siklosi, Michael Prange, Nandor Kalicz, Pal Raczky / New Data on the Provenance of Early Copper Finds from the Great Hungarian Plain Malgorzata Kaczanowska and Janusz K. Koztowski / Raw Materials Circulation, Organization of Production and Lithic Technology in the Neolithic/Early Copper Age Transition Elisabetta Starnini, GyorgySzakmany, SandorJozsa, Zsolt Kasztovszky,Veronika Szilagyi, Boglarka Maroti, Barbara Voytek, Ferenc Horvath / Lithics from the Tell Site Hodmezovasarhely-Gorzsa (Southeast Hungary): Typology, Technology, Use and Raw Material Strategies during the Late Neolithic (Tisza Culture). Attila Gyucha, Richard W. Yerkes, William A. Parkinson, Apostolos Sarris, Nikos Papadopoulos, Paul R. Duffy, Roderick B. Salisbury / Settlement Nucleation in the Neolithic: A Preliminary Report of the Koros Regional Archaeological Project's Investigations at Szeghalom-Kovacshalom and Veszto-Magor Marcel Buric / Problems of the Late Neolithic Absolute Chronology in Eastern Croatia Dusan Boric / The End of the Vinca World: Modelling the Neolithic to Copper Age Transition and the Notion of Archaeological Culture Robert Hofmann / The Bosnian Evidence: The New Late Neolithic and Early Copper Age Chronology and Changing Settlement Patterns Paolo Biagi / The Middle Neolithic and Chalcolithic Chipped Stone Assemblages of Transylvania: Their Exploitation, Manufacture and Trans-Carpathian Trade Carsten Mischka / The Iclod Settlement Cluster: Geophysical Survey and Test Excavation Svend Hansen / Pietrele - A Lakeside Settlement, 5200-4250 BC Ivan Gatsov and Petranka Nedelcheva / Flint Caches in the Eneolithic Settlement Pietrele-Magura Gorgana, Romania Agathe Reingruber / Absolute and RelativeChronologies in the LowerDanube Area during the 5th Millennium BC Gheorghe Lazarovici, Cornelia-Magda Lazarovici, Bogdan Constantinescu / New Data and Analyses on Gold Metallurgy during the Romanian Copper Age Michael Muller / On the Distribution of Different Types of Anthropomorphic Figurines of the Copper Age on the Eastern Balkan Peninsula and in the Lower Danube Valley Vladimir Slavchev / Pottery as a Sourceof Information about Copper Age Burial Customs: Data from Burial in the Varna Cemetery Yavor Boyadzhiev / Tell Yunatsite: Development and Absolute Chronology of the Settlements from the Begin­ning of the Chalcolithic to the Early Bronze Age loannis Aslanis / Settlement Patterns in the Chalcolithic and Early Bronze Age: The Case of the Prehistoric Settlement of Yunatsite, Bulgaria Pascal Darcque, Zoi Tsirtsoni, Haido Koukouli-Chryssanthaki, Dimitra Malamidou / New Insights to the Copper Age Economy and Chronology at the Tell Settlement of Dikili Tash (Northern Greece) John Chapman, Mikhail Videiko, Bisserka Gaydarska, Natalia Burdo, Duncan Hale / Nebelivka: In Search of the History and Meaning of a Trypillia Copper Age Mega-site Blagoje Govedarica and IgorManzura / The CopperAge Settlementof Kartal in Orlovka (Southwest Ukraine) Barbara Horejs and Christoph Schwall / New Light on a Nebulous Period - Western Anatolia in the 4th Millennium BC: Architecture and Settlement Structuresas Cultural Patterns? Bernhard Weninger and Thomas Harper / The Geographic Corridor for Rapid Climate Change in Southeast Europe and Ukraine. Seller Inventory # ABE-1523632351297

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