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Astounding (Murray Leinster; A. Bertram Chandler; George Whitley; Randall Garrett; Anne Walker; Theodore L. Thomas; Kenneth Johns)

Published by Street & Smith, NY (1959)

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About this Item: Street & Smith, NY, 1959. SingleIssueMagazine. Condition: Very Good-. Vol. LXIII, No. 6. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Van Dongen for "The Aliens" (novelette) by Murray Leinster. Includes "The Outsiders" (novelette) by A. Bertram Chandler; "Familiar Pattern" by George Whitley [A. Bertram Chandler]; "Dead Giveaway" by Randall Garrett; "A Matter of Proportion" by Anne Walker; "Day of Succession" by Theodore L. Thomas. Article: "Space for Madness" by Kenneth Johns. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: Subjective Color" by John W. Campbbell, Jr.; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller. Illustrated by Bernklau, Freas, Martinez, Summers and van Dongen. Lower front hinge is glue-repiared; rear cover scar; minor front cover scars at upper foredhe; creasing. Seller Inventory # PG207

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Astounding (Murray Leinster; A. Bertram Chandler; George Whitley; Randall Garrett; Anne Walker; Theodore L. Thomas; Kenneth Johns)

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About this Item: Street & Smith, NY, 1959. SingleIssueMagazine. Condition: Very Good. Vol. LXIII, No. 6. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Van Dongen for "The Aliens" (novelette) by Murray Leinster. Includes "The Outsiders" (novelette) by A. Bertram Chandler; "Familiar Pattern" by George Whitley [A. Bertram Chandler]; "Dead Giveaway" by Randall Garrett; "A Matter of Proportion" by Anne Walker; "Day of Succession" by Theodore L. Thomas. Article: "Space for Madness" by Kenneth Johns. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: Subjective Color" by John W. Campbbell, Jr.; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller. Illustrated by Bernklau, Freas, Martinez, Summers and van Dongen. Minor tears at spine ends; minor spots; pen test. Seller Inventory # PE525

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Astounding (Murray Leinster; A. Bertram Chandler; George Whitley; Randall Garrett; Anne Walker; Theodore L. Thomas; Kenneth Johns)

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About this Item: Street & Smith, NY, 1959. SingleIssueMagazine. Condition: Very Good. Vol. LXIII, No. 6. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Van Dongen for "The Aliens" (novelette) by Murray Leinster. Includes "The Outsiders" (novelette) by A. Bertram Chandler; "Familiar Pattern" by George Whitley [A. Bertram Chandler]; "Dead Giveaway" by Randall Garrett; "A Matter of Proportion" by Anne Walker; "Day of Succession" by Theodore L. Thomas. Article: "Space for Madness" by Kenneth Johns. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: Subjective Color" by John W. Campbbell, Jr.; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller. Illustrated by Bernklau, Freas, Martinez, Summers and van Dongen. Short tear at heel; spine ends worn; a little creasing and rubbing. Seller Inventory # PJ1123

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S F X Dean (PSUED Francis Smith [1926-1917])

Published by Walker & Co, New York (1983)

ISBN 10: 0802755968 ISBN 13: 9780802755964

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About this Item: Walker & Co, New York, 1983. Hardcover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. 222 pages. Octavo (8 1/2" x 5 3/4") bound in original publisher's black boards with gilt lettering in original jacket. First edition. US professor Neil Kelly (Ceremony of Innocence) is in England again, partly to be lionized (mildly) by his longtime publisher--on the occasion of his new book, The Lives of John Donne. But the conglomerate-owner of his publisher happens to be tycoon Sir Gordon Fairly--who's obsessed with his theory that a Fairly ancestor wrote Arden of Faversham, that anonymously authored classic from 1592 (often credited to Shakespeare). So Neil, full of 16th-century expertise, is soon deeply involved in theatrical doings--because Sir Gordon wants to mount a full-scale production using red-hot director Charles Leonard and Neil's acting friends Hugh James and wife Sheila Edwards. And then Neil is in the midst of murder again: three letter bombs are delivered to his Lordship's antique-furnished Daimler, with fatal results. Among the suspects? Sir Gordon's widow Sylvia and venomous daughter Ashley. But they're only the beginning--as Neil joins beguiling C.I.D. Inspector Thomas Bowie in unfolding the dozen bizarre relationships that led to Gordon's murder. Stuffed with plot twists and gamy characters, bright with Dean's customary wit and playful intellect: scintillating mystery-comedy from the genre's most recent rising star. Condition: A fine copy in like jacket. Seller Inventory # BOOKS005412

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Eileen Albrizzio, John Basinger, Michael Brown, K. Ann Cavenaugh; Charles Chase, Bill Chase, Ed Ciocys, Sandra Bishop Ebner; Tim Foley, Joan Gleckler, Scott Goetchius, Emily Hayes; Priscilla Anne Tennant Herrington, Ivan, Jane McPhetres Johnson; Dan Kantak, Susan M. Kolls, Suzy Lamson, Jeff Male; Taylor Mali, Reggie Marra, David Martin, Jack McCarthy; Cheryl Panosian, Paula Panzarella, Jose Angel Ramirez, DJ Renegade, Linda Claire Yuhas; Tad Richards, Victoria Rivas, Claire Robson, Marc Kelly Smith, J. Barrett Wolf; Patricia Smith, Nick Stargu, Lisa Taylor, Elizabeth Thomas, Kate Thomas; Genevieve Van Cleve, Faith Vicinanza, Peter Vicinanza, Mar Walker, Phil West

Published by Hanover Press

ISBN 10: 1887012141 ISBN 13: 9781887012140

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About this Item: Hanover Press. Paperback. Condition: Good. Only lightly used. Book has minimal wear to cover and binding. A few pages may have small creases and minimal underlining. Seller Inventory # G1887012141I3N00

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Astounding (Murray Leinster; A. Bertram Chandler; George Whitley; Randall Garrett; Anne Walker; Theodore L. Thomas; Kenneth Johns)

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About this Item: Street & Smith, NY, 1959. SingleIssueMagazine. Condition: Very Good. Vol. LXIII, No. 6. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Van Dongen for "The Aliens" (novelette) by Murray Leinster. Includes "The Outsiders" (novelette) by A. Bertram Chandler; "Familiar Pattern" by George Whitley [A. Bertram Chandler]; "Dead Giveaway" by Randall Garrett; "A Matter of Proportion" by Anne Walker; "Day of Succession" by Theodore L. Thomas. Article: "Space for Madness" by Kenneth Johns. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: Subjective Color" by John W. Campbbell, Jr.; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller. Illustrated by Bernklau, Freas, Martinez, Summers and van Dongen. Seller Inventory # P4915

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Astounding (Murray Leinster; A. Bertram Chandler; George Whitley; Randall Garrett; Anne Walker; Theodore L. Thomas; Kenneth Johns)

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About this Item: Street & Smith, NY, 1959. SingleIssueMagazine. Condition: Very Good. Vol. LXIII, No. 6. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Van Dongen for "The Aliens" (novelette) by Murray Leinster. Includes "The Outsiders" (novelette) by A. Bertram Chandler; "Familiar Pattern" by George Whitley [A. Bertram Chandler]; "Dead Giveaway" by Randall Garrett; "A Matter of Proportion" by Anne Walker; "Day of Succession" by Theodore L. Thomas. Article: "Space for Madness" by Kenneth Johns. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: Subjective Color" by John W. Campbbell, Jr.; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller. Illustrated by Bernklau, Freas, Martinez, Summers and van Dongen. Tanning; mild creasing. Seller Inventory # PE139

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Susan Romberg, Kyle Romberg

Published by Barcharts Inc (2017)

ISBN 10: 1423236416 ISBN 13: 9781423236412

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About this Item: Barcharts Inc, 2017. Wallchart. Condition: New. New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Every successful and well rounded business professional and student knows their business history. Quick access to quotes and expertly selected stories of inspiration make this a great tool for yourself, employees or students. Use a story to open a discussion or kick off a meeting, use a quote to inspire colleagues, or use the guide to inspire yourself to tackle a day, a week or a tough project. Many of the biggest business leaders struggled, persevered, and inspired many around them to do the same. Have this handy guide ready to do the same for you. 6-page laminated guide includes: - Inspiration from Influential Leaders - Humble BeginningsLarry Ellison (Cofounder of Oracle)Ursla Burns (Former chairman CEO of Xerox)Jim Sinegal (Cofounder of Costco)Andrew Carnegie (Founder of Carnegie Steel Company)- Finding Your Calling; PassionGeorge Eastman (Founder of the Eastman Kodak Company)Estée Lauder (Founder of Estée Lauder Companies, Inc.)Walter Percy Chrysler (Founder of Chrysler Corporation)- Twists of FateRay Kroc (Founder of the McDonald s Corporation)Oprah Winfrey (Media Personality Founder of Harpo Productions)Levi Strauss (Founder of Levi Strauss Co.)William Procter James Gamble (Founders of Procter Gamble Company)- The Big IdeaLarry Page (Cofounder of Google)Reed Hastings (Cofounder CEO of Netflix)Bill Bowerman (Cofounder of Nike)- Taking RisksHoward Schultz (Executive Chairman of Starbucks)Reid Hoffman (Cofounder of LinkedIn)Herb Kohler Jr. (Former CEO of Kohler)Ruth Handler (Cofounder of Mattel)- PerseveranceJeff Bezos (Founder CEO of Amazon)Herb Kelleher (Former CEO of Southwest Airlines)Warren Buffett (Investor Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway)Fred Smith (Founder CEO of FedEx)- FailureSteve Jobs (Cofounder of Apple Inc.)Milton S. Hershey (Founder of the Hershey Chocolate Company)Walt Disney (Cofounder of the Walt Disney Company)- InnovationKonosuke Matsushita (Founder of Panasonic)Thomas Edison (Cofounder of General Electric)- CompetitionFlorence Nightingale Graham (Founder of Elizabeth Arden) Helena Rubinstein (Founder of Helena Rubinstein Cosmetics)- Overcoming the OddsMary Kay Ash (Founder of Mary Kay Cosmetics)Do Won Jin Sook Chang (Founders of Forever 21)Madam C. J. Walker (Founder of Madam C. J. Walker Manufacturing Company)- Leadership the Importance of a TeamAlfred P. Sloan (Former CEO of General Motors)William R. Hewlett David Packard (Founders of Hewlett-Packard)- SuccessPierre Omidyar (Founder of eBay)Liz Claiborne (Founder of Liz Claiborne Inc.)John Paul DeJoria (Cofounder of Paul Mitchell Systems The Patrón Spirits Company). Seller Inventory # AAC9781423236412

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Welch, John W. (editor); Walker, Jeffery N.; Griffith, Thomas B.; Tait, Lisa Olsen; Partridge, Scott H.

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About this Item: Brigham Young University, 2013. Condition: Very Good. Welch, John W. (editor). BYU Studies Quarterly Containing Joseph Smith's Use of Habeas Corpus, Home Literature and the Post-Manifesto Marriage Crisis, A Mormon Approach to Political Service, Review Essay on Same-Gender Attraction, and Two Missionaries in Hawaii . Walker, Jeffery N.; Griffith, Thomas B.; Tait, Lisa Olsen; Partridge, Scott H. Provo, UT: Brigham Young University, 2013. 190pp. Illustrated. 8vo. Paperback. Book condition: Very good with lightly bumped spine and corners. Seller Inventory # UWELBYU00LAW

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MR Pat Finn

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ISBN 10: 1537481983 ISBN 13: 9781537481982

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. A list of unsolved murders from 1914. Contains 44 cases (7 babies) including Ellen Armstrong who died from an illegal operation, Emma Millard who had her head smashed in on the Grand Junction Canal in Brentford, Mary Pickersgill who was found dead on a bed, 8 year old Winnie Ballard who was found dead in the River Kennet and 4 year old Francis Jeffers who was found dead in a canal after going off with a boy. Contains all known unsolved murders and mysteries from England, Scotland and Wales in 1914. A fantastic resource for people that need a categorical reference for all unsolved murders and mysteries from 1914. Resourced from old newspapers, court files, police files and other varied sources. The most authoritative resource for unsolved murders and mysteries from 1914 in the UK on the market. Cases include: Muriel Gillett Baumphrey WJ Guerin Ellen Agnes Armstrong James Hunter Thomas Walter Smith Baby Louis Morrice Ebenezer Angus and Germain Buxton Emma Millard Alice Ada Rimmer John Turner William Smith David Ombler James Arthur Taylor Christopher Walker Baby Baby Hilda Howard Elsie Genders Henry Tyrrell Thomas Roberts Baby Mary Ann Pickersgill Mary Summerfield Child Nicholas John Henderson Baby Winnie Ballard Blanche Rowbotham Florence Smith Francis Jeffers Unknown Woman Mrs Hernon Woman Baby William Ewart Bamford Thomas Driver Mary Massey Elsie May Rodway Kent Reeks Baby Margaret Ward Willie Starchfield Jane Moore. Seller Inventory # APC9781537481982

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Leinster, Murray; Chandler, A. Bertram; Whitley, George; Garrett, Randall

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About this Item: Street & Smith, 1959. Soft Cover. Condition: Good. Bernklau, Freas, Martinez, Summers and Van Dongen (illustrator). Digest. Vol. 64, No. 6, also includes Anne Walker, Theodore L. Thomas and Kenneth Johns. Seller Inventory # E4902

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MR Pat Finn

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About this Item: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform, 2016. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.A list of unsolved murders from 1914. Contains 44 cases (7 babies) including Ellen Armstrong who died from an illegal operation, Emma Millard who had her head smashed in on the Grand Junction Canal in Brentford, Mary Pickersgill who was found dead on a bed, 8 year old Winnie Ballard who was found dead in the River Kennet and 4 year old Francis Jeffers who was found dead in a canal after going off with a boy. Contains all known unsolved murders and mysteries from England, Scotland and Wales in 1914. A fantastic resource for people that need a categorical reference for all unsolved murders and mysteries from 1914. Resourced from old newspapers, court files, police files and other varied sources. The most authoritative resource for unsolved murders and mysteries from 1914 in the UK on the market. Cases include: Muriel Gillett Baumphrey WJ Guerin Ellen Agnes Armstrong James Hunter Thomas Walter Smith Baby Louis Morrice Ebenezer Angus and Germain Buxton Emma Millard Alice Ada Rimmer John Turner William Smith David Ombler James Arthur Taylor Christopher Walker Baby Baby Hilda Howard Elsie Genders Henry Tyrrell Thomas Roberts Baby Mary Ann Pickersgill Mary Summerfield Child Nicholas John Henderson Baby Winnie Ballard Blanche Rowbotham Florence Smith Francis Jeffers Unknown Woman Mrs Hernon Woman Baby William Ewart Bamford Thomas Driver Mary Massey Elsie May Rodway Kent Reeks Baby Margaret Ward Willie Starchfield Jane Moore. Seller Inventory # APC9781537481982

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Published by Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois

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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Colfax County, Nebraska, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this 16-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Among the many subjects included are: Physical character of the county; Early History; recollections by David Anderson, an early settler; the first murder, early justice; Other Pioneer Events; Organization of the county; the County Agricultural Association; the town of Schuyler -- the press, fire dept., schools, churches, societies, and businesses; Benton; and other items of interest. The booklet contains biographies of many residents of Colfax County in 1882. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Biographical sketches include: B.S. Bliss, Neil Bollong, Henry Bolton, C. Brandt, William Brown, John W. Brown, Thomas Bryant, Charles Cannon, A.E. Cady, , John T. Clarkson, John Craig, John Cushman, Frances Dunn, D.B. Duffy, Joseph Duras, W. Dworak, Charles P. Fogg, F. Folda, Christian Funk, N.E. Gasmann, Hugh Gillies, Jeremiah Hatcher, H. Holcomb, James Hughes, David Jenkins Sr., Martin Jetter, James Johns, Stephen H. Jones, J.C. Kahl, J.L. Kinney, Henry Koon, Carl Kreymborg, Jno. Lapache, James C. MacKenzie, Vaclav Maly, James McIntosh, John Miller, Patrick Murphy, John Novotny, Judson L. Packard, Robert Pettitt, Charles J. Phelps, John Prokes, A.T. Rowe, John J. Riley, H.C. Russell, John B. Sides, J.P. Smith, Joseph Smith, L.C. Smith, Olney J. Smith, George Stevens, William Stevens, Charles E. Sumner, Edward True, D.H. Van Antwerp, John N. Vincent, William Walker, A.M. Walling, L.K. Watters, G. H. Wells, William West, Theron W. Whitman, Dr. James A. Woods, Joseph F. Woods, Miles Zentmyer and Joseph Zerzan. The final part of the booklet contains a brief excerpt from Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, compiled and written by the Federal Writer's Project of the WPA in 1939. This includes an overview of the Mormon and Oregon Trails and a brief stop at Schuyler. Seller Inventory # 000634

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Milo James Fowler, Stephen Sottong

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. 100 authors from across the galaxy tackle the experimental art of drabble within these fun-filled pages. Boasting 100 science fiction and fantasy stories, this jam-packed anthology is guaranteed to thrill, amuse and delight the reader. Experience 100 Worlds. Dare you go where no man has gone before? Featuring stories by Milo James Fowler, Cheryl A. Warner, Stephen Sottong, Jason Lairamore, Theodore Kanbe, Von Rupert, Robert Lowell Russell, Simon Kewin, Chuck Von Nordheim, Carly Berg, Chris White, Danielle Davis, Chris Fradkin, Lance Manion, Rachel Green, Mike Stasko, Terence Kuch, Trak E Sumisu, Lindsey McLeod, K.W. Taylor, Dee Harrison, Jason Osmond, Mike Scott Thomson, David Revilla, Mark Helwig Ostler, Jennifer Courtney, Solon Ben Earl, Jake Ristic-Petrovic, William Van Winkle, Nicole DeGennaro, Matthew Wilson, Schevus Osborne, Joel Blumenau, Jessica Alden, Nick Johns, John Rathbone Taylor, David Elsensohn, Andrew Patch, D.L. Smith-Lee, Caitlin Sinead Jennings, Berti Walker, Regan W.H. Macaulay, Christina Scholz, Robin de Voh, David W. Blackstone, Frederic Himebaugh, Steve Newton, Lena Smoot, Mary Berman, John Harrower, Jennifer Wardell, Mike Epifani, Ross Baxter, Herman Sanchez, Timmy Jones, Elizabeth Archer, E. Thomas Petrie, Ray Yanek, Erik R. Van Asch, George Sandison, Alisia Faust, Iulian Ionescu, Thabo Mandisa, Shibon Clingman, Claire Jones, Erin Eveland, E.A. Fow, Jacob C. Denton, Kaitlyn Kochany, Chris Redfern, Marian Brooks, Charity Tahmaseb, Mathias Jansson, Jane Percival, David Nell, Antonio Honda, Cat Jacobs, H.A. Farr, Amanda Simon, David J. West, Ashley Reynolds, Eric R. Schiller, Adam Davidson, Conor Harpham, Yosh Haggerty, Allison Runham, Brenda Bishop Blakey, Stephen Warren, Stephanie L. Weippert, Ari Ryan Ailin, Shimon Starfury, R.A. Andrade, Brenda Anderson, Matt Scott, Stephanie Rose, Chris Mikesell, Rocky Hutson, Andira Dodge, Redford Stephenson and Leo Norman. Seller Inventory # APC9781493550562

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Door County, WI, are recalled in this NEW 19 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: Baileys Harbor, Brussels, Clay Banks, Egg Harbor, Ellison Bay, Ephraim, Fish Creek, Forestville, Gardner, Gibraltar, Jacksonport, Liberty Grove, Maplewood, Nasewaupee, Sevastopol, Sister Bay, Sturgeon Bay (County Seat), Union, Washington, Washington Island. Some towns may not be mentioned in the booklet. Among the many subjects included are: Location and Natural Resources; Lumbering Interests, Sturgeon Bay Ship Canal (the source book, written shortly before completion of the canal, gives quite a bit of detail on it and predicts its importance to the area); Porte des Morts "the Door of Death"; Increase Claflin, William Marshall, P. Rowley, Peter S. Sherwood, Neil McMullen, and other early settlers; County organization and early officials; Sturgeon Bay (originally called Otumba), Churches, Newspapers; the small towns of Nasawaupee, Forestville, Bay View, Sevastopol, Egg Harbor, etc.; and other interesting bits of history and trivia. Attention Genealogists: In addition to the many names scattered throughout the booklet, there are 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): August Bliesner, A. Bottelsen, Andrew Charlsen, M. Cochems, E.C. Daniels, Jacob Dehos, William Donovan, G.A. Dreutzer, O.E. Dreutzer, C. Feldmann, Henry Harlow Fuller, John P. Graass, H.C. Graham, Henry Hahn, William M. Halstead, F.J. Hamilton, Hans Hansen, Chauncey Haskell, Dr. J.G. Hendricks, C. Hjortaas, W.A. Ives, James Keogh Jr., A.W. Lawrence, M.E. Lawrence, William B. Lawrence, John Leathem, Louis Leidiger, Chris. Leonhardt, Frank Long, W. M. Loring, A. Mac Eacham, M. McDonald, L. R. McLackner, Henry M. McNally, Charles I. Martin, C.A. Masse, Edward S. Minor, Fred Nelsen, George Nelson, Capt. N.P. Nelson, James F. Palmer, D. A. Reed, H.N. Reed, William Rehr, F.X. Sailer, Henry Schuyler, Amasa Shaw, Thomas H. Smith, Dr. J.H. Soper, C.L. Sorenson, Knud Sorenson, George O. Spear, Anthone Thompson, Herbert J. Thompson, A.D. Thorp, George H. Thorp, H.A. Thorp, Arnold Wagener, George Walker, A.G. Warren, N.S. Washburn, Michael Welter, Charles M. Whiteside, Adam Heilmann, E.N. Anderson, William F. Bartz, C.A. Cocagne, John Goettelmann, Joseph Harris Sr., Henry Heilmann, Olof A. Nelson, Robert Noble, John Johnson, A.W. Schulz, Andrew Goettelmann, John May, Philip A. Schaefer, Mrs. Catharine Elizabeth Uhl, Stephen Busch, John Fetzer, Michael Ollinger, Joseph Roberts, Martin Schmitz, Joseph Schneider, John Stoneman, A. Anderson, H.N. Anderson, F.G. Blakefield, John Brown, L.M. Griswold, Hans P. Jacobs, Nicholas Kihl, John E. Marshall, Alexander Noble, John Norton, Peter Peterson, Frank Robertoy, Peter Shaw, Levi Vorous, William Berndt, F. Dimond, James Hanson, Frank O. Norling, G. Voight, Charles I. Hitt, F. Paarmann, Albert J. Schuyler, James Tufts, W.H. Warren, Nicholas Ambrust, Jacob Crass, Philip Herbold, Henry Martin, J.J. Baringer, David Graham, Capt. N.W. Kirkland, Antoine LaPlant, M.E. Lyman, Lyman D. Mowry, T.A. Thorpe, Fred Arlt, Roger Eatough, Thomas Farrell, Hans L. Hanson, Adam Hendrick, Thomas W. McCullough, John B. Rottmann, William Toseland, John Wagner, R.S. Erskine, P.G. Hibbard, Emanuel Hogan, P.W. Kirtland, John C. Messenger, and Joseph Smith. Seller Inventory # 000408

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Milo James Fowler, Stephen Sottong

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.100 authors from across the galaxy tackle the experimental art of drabble within these fun-filled pages. Boasting 100 science fiction and fantasy stories, this jam-packed anthology is guaranteed to thrill, amuse and delight the reader. Experience 100 Worlds. Dare you go where no man has gone before? Featuring stories by Milo James Fowler, Cheryl A. Warner, Stephen Sottong, Jason Lairamore, Theodore Kanbe, Von Rupert, Robert Lowell Russell, Simon Kewin, Chuck Von Nordheim, Carly Berg, Chris White, Danielle Davis, Chris Fradkin, Lance Manion, Rachel Green, Mike Stasko, Terence Kuch, Trak E Sumisu, Lindsey McLeod, K.W. Taylor, Dee Harrison, Jason Osmond, Mike Scott Thomson, David Revilla, Mark Helwig Ostler, Jennifer Courtney, Solon Ben Earl, Jake Ristic-Petrovic, William Van Winkle, Nicole DeGennaro, Matthew Wilson, Schevus Osborne, Joel Blumenau, Jessica Alden, Nick Johns, John Rathbone Taylor, David Elsensohn, Andrew Patch, D.L. Smith-Lee, Caitlin Sinead Jennings, Berti Walker, Regan W.H. Macaulay, Christina Scholz, Robin de Voh, David W. Blackstone, Frederic Himebaugh, Steve Newton, Lena Smoot, Mary Berman, John Harrower, Jennifer Wardell, Mike Epifani, Ross Baxter, Herman Sanchez, Timmy Jones, Elizabeth Archer, E. Thomas Petrie, Ray Yanek, Erik R. Van Asch, George Sandison, Alisia Faust, Iulian Ionescu, Thabo Mandisa, Shibon Clingman, Claire Jones, Erin Eveland, E.A. Fow, Jacob C. Denton, Kaitlyn Kochany, Chris Redfern, Marian Brooks, Charity Tahmaseb, Mathias Jansson, Jane Percival, David Nell, Antonio Honda, Cat Jacobs, H.A. Farr, Amanda Simon, David J. West, Ashley Reynolds, Eric R. Schiller, Adam Davidson, Conor Harpham, Yosh Haggerty, Allison Runham, Brenda Bishop Blakey, Stephen Warren, Stephanie L. Weippert, Ari Ryan Ailin, Shimon Starfury, R.A. Andrade, Brenda Anderson, Matt Scott, Stephanie Rose, Chris Mikesell, Rocky Hutson, Andira Dodge, Redford Stephenson and Leo Norman. Seller Inventory # APC9781493550562

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Walker, J. Brent [Editor]

Published by Smyth & Helwys Pub (1999)

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About this Item: Smyth & Helwys Pub, 1999. Paperback. Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. Very Good Condition: Unmarked. Tight binding. Very minor visible cover wear and outer soil. Used paperback book copy titled James Dunn: Champion for Religious Liberty by J. Brent Walker. Foreword by Bill Moyers. From the book cover: This volume honors the life and work of James Dunn. It represents a warm, from the heart remembrance from the pen of thirteen people who know him well. Each chapter addresses Dunn's life from a personal perspective. In addition, the foreword by Bill Moyers is a touching tribute to James Dunn the humanitarian. It will tug at your heartstrings and bring tears to your eyes. James Dunn's story is, of course, not yet finished. He will be teaching at the new divinity school at Wake Forest University and will serve as president of the Baptist Joint Committee Foundation. Contributors: Lynn A. Bergfalk, Tony Campolo, Marvin C. Griffin, Mark O. Hatfield, John Newport, Pam Parry, A. James Rudin, Walter B. Shurden, Michael Smith, Oliver S. Thomas, Victor Tupitza, Fay Valentine. Macon GA: Smyth and Helwys Publishing, Inc., 1999. xix, 124 pages. 6 x 9 inches, 23 cm. List price 12.00. Seller Inventory # 012459

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Robert M Johnson

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Since he first met John Charles Fremont, the Mountain Man has been going from one adventure to another. They have logged thousands of miles together as they pushed the boundaries of the American wilderness further west. Their destiny has now crossed that of the ultimate expansionist politician, President James Polk. After a grueling campaign centered around expanding America s boundaries to the Pacific Ocean, Polk s victory meant a mandate for expansion. When Jeremiah Warner heard the call by his President, he dedicated himself body and soul to the cause of western expansion. The President had said, Now you have seen the sunrise over the Atlantic, I want you to conquer California and Capture for America, the Sunset it was destined to have over the Pacific Ocean! In the year 1803, President Thomas Jefferson of the United Colonies signed the declaration that in historical retrospect appears now as important as the earlier declaration that formed the country of America. The Louisiana Purchase as it was called, opened the land west of the Mississippi to commerce and to settlement, extending the American Colonies all the way to the Western Ocean and the Oregon territory. California to the south was still the enticing object of political expansionists in Washington, hoping to fulfill the dream of Jefferson of one nation from ocean to ocean. Many men pioneered this new territory as trappers and scouts, as soldiers and explorers. The Mountain Man series presents the fictional narrative of this exciting period between 1803 and 1846 as the territories to the West were explored for settlement. The main protagonist of this series, a fictional character named Jeremiah Warner, is inspired from the lives of real men who took up the challenge of the wilderness and of the Rocky Mountains. These were men who dealt with the hardships of the trail and the struggles with Native Americans, wild animals, and the fierce climate of the high mountains. They were real-life men like Jim Bridger, Joe Walker, Kit Carson, Jedediah Smith and Jeremiah Johnston. In the previous two volumes, western expansion has been front and center with the mapping of the Oregon Trail. This northern route duplicated what had already been done to the south along what came to be known as the Santa Fe Trail. But something much more grandiose was going on in the Nation s Capital, where political forces were gaining ground to complete this outreach and annex the far western territories, mainly California. In this volume, the thirteenth in the Mountain Man Series, the campaign is on to take the westernmost territory from Mexico. The 19th century history of the American Nation is filled with surprising events. Perhaps none more surprising than the acquisition of the western territories from Mexico. What was later called the War with Mexico was a patchwork of conflicts ranging from the Gulf of Mexico all the way to the Northwest Territory on the southern edge of Oregon. In this thirteenth volume of the Mountain Man Series, Jeremiah Warner receives an informal mandate from the President himself, James Polk. After campaigning on the theme of extending the American Nation from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans, Polk was not forced to deliver on his campaign promise. In the story as told here, President Polk says to the Mountain Man, Capture the Sunset for me, Jeremiah! In saying this the chief executive sets in motion the northern movement of the military invasion of California, then a Mexican Province. In the year 1846, few Americans could claim to have made even a journey to the west coast of the continent, over two thousand miles from Washington City. What was known, was that the Mexicans were terrible administrators of these lands that they claimed to own. At a time when news from the far west took months to get, this campaign was a march into darkness for a fledgling nation struggling to find consensus on the most ba. Seller Inventory # APC9781494363307

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Susan Romberg, Kyle Romberg

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About this Item: Barcharts Inc, 2017. Wallchart. Condition: New. New. Language: English . Brand New Book. Every successful and well rounded business professional and student knows their business history. Quick access to quotes and expertly selected stories of inspiration make this a great tool for yourself, employees or students. Use a story to open a discussion or kick off a meeting, use a quote to inspire colleagues, or use the guide to inspire yourself to tackle a day, a week or a tough project. Many of the biggest business leaders struggled, persevered, and inspired many around them to do the same. Have this handy guide ready to do the same for you. 6-page laminated guide includes: - Inspiration from Influential Leaders - Humble BeginningsLarry Ellison (Cofounder of Oracle)Ursla Burns (Former chairman CEO of Xerox)Jim Sinegal (Cofounder of Costco)Andrew Carnegie (Founder of Carnegie Steel Company)- Finding Your Calling; PassionGeorge Eastman (Founder of the Eastman Kodak Company)Estée Lauder (Founder of Estée Lauder Companies, Inc.)Walter Percy Chrysler (Founder of Chrysler Corporation)- Twists of FateRay Kroc (Founder of the McDonald s Corporation)Oprah Winfrey (Media Personality Founder of Harpo Productions)Levi Strauss (Founder of Levi Strauss Co.)William Procter James Gamble (Founders of Procter Gamble Company)- The Big IdeaLarry Page (Cofounder of Google)Reed Hastings (Cofounder CEO of Netflix)Bill Bowerman (Cofounder of Nike)- Taking RisksHoward Schultz (Executive Chairman of Starbucks)Reid Hoffman (Cofounder of LinkedIn)Herb Kohler Jr. (Former CEO of Kohler)Ruth Handler (Cofounder of Mattel)- PerseveranceJeff Bezos (Founder CEO of Amazon)Herb Kelleher (Former CEO of Southwest Airlines)Warren Buffett (Investor Chairman of Berkshire Hathaway)Fred Smith (Founder CEO of FedEx)- FailureSteve Jobs (Cofounder of Apple Inc.)Milton S. Hershey (Founder of the Hershey Chocolate Company)Walt Disney (Cofounder of the Walt Disney Company)- InnovationKonosuke Matsushita (Founder of Panasonic)Thomas Edison (Cofounder of General Electric)- CompetitionFlorence Nightingale Graham (Founder of Elizabeth Arden) Helena Rubinstein (Founder of Helena Rubinstein Cosmetics)- Overcoming the OddsMary Kay Ash (Founder of Mary Kay Cosmetics)Do Won Jin Sook Chang (Founders of Forever 21)Madam C. J. Walker (Founder of Madam C. J. Walker Manufacturing Company)- Leadership the Importance of a TeamAlfred P. Sloan (Former CEO of General Motors)William R. Hewlett David Packard (Founders of Hewlett-Packard)- SuccessPierre Omidyar (Founder of eBay)Liz Claiborne (Founder of Liz Claiborne Inc.)John Paul DeJoria (Cofounder of Paul Mitchell Systems The Patrón Spirits Company). Seller Inventory # AAC9781423236412

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Published by Knapp Communications, Los Angeles, CA (1983)

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About this Item: Knapp Communications, Los Angeles, CA, 1983. Magazine. Condition: Very Good. Articles include: Walker Percy writes about growing up in his Uncle Will's house; Maria Tallchief's Chicago home; Ping and Aye Amranand's Bangkok home; Rona Barrett's Beverly Hills home; Antique Chenets; Jerry Herman's NYC brownstone; The Seattle home of John and Ann Hauberg; AD Visits: Johnny Carson at his Malibu home; A Cape Cod home by Pamela Banker; John W. Gruber's gardens in Japan's Nikko mountains; An East Coast home for an art collector by Mark Hampton; Thomas Gordon Smith's home in Richmond, Calif.; Robert Fomon's NYC home; California artists; Historic Houses: Thomas Wolfe's home in Asheville, NC. Slight wear to spine. Seller Inventory # 0012731

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Robert M Johnson

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Since he first met John Charles Fremont, the Mountain Man has been going from one adventure to another. They have logged thousands of miles together as they pushed the boundaries of the American wilderness further west. Their destiny has now crossed that of the ultimate expansionist politician, President James Polk. After a grueling campaign centered around expanding America s boundaries to the Pacific Ocean, Polk s victory meant a mandate for expansion. When Jeremiah Warner heard the call by his President, he dedicated himself body and soul to the cause of western expansion. The President had said, Now you have seen the sunrise over the Atlantic, I want you to conquer California and Capture for America, the Sunset it was destined to have over the Pacific Ocean! In the year 1803, President Thomas Jefferson of the United Colonies signed the declaration that in historical retrospect appears now as important as the earlier declaration that formed the country of America. The Louisiana Purchase as it was called, opened the land west of the Mississippi to commerce and to settlement, extending the American Colonies all the way to the Western Ocean and the Oregon territory. California to the south was still the enticing object of political expansionists in Washington, hoping to fulfill the dream of Jefferson of one nation from ocean to ocean. Many men pioneered this new territory as trappers and scouts, as soldiers and explorers. The Mountain Man series presents the fictional narrative of this exciting period between 1803 and 1846 as the territories to the West were explored for settlement. The main protagonist of this series, a fictional character named Jeremiah Warner, is inspired from the lives of real men who took up the challenge of the wilderness and of the Rocky Mountains. These were men who dealt with the hardships of the trail and the struggles with Native Americans, wild animals, and the fierce climate of the high mountains. They were real-life men like Jim Bridger, Joe Walker, Kit Carson, Jedediah Smith and Jeremiah Johnston. In the previous two volumes, western expansion has been front and center with the mapping of the Oregon Trail. This northern route duplicated what had already been done to the south along what came to be known as the Santa Fe Trail. But something much more grandiose was going on in the Nation s Capital, where political forces were gaining ground to complete this outreach and annex the far western territories, mainly California. In this volume, the thirteenth in the Mountain Man Series, the campaign is on to take the westernmost territory from Mexico. The 19th century history of the American Nation is filled with surprising events. Perhaps none more surprising than the acquisition of the western territories from Mexico. What was later called the War with Mexico was a patchwork of conflicts ranging from the Gulf of Mexico all the way to the Northwest Territory on the southern edge of Oregon. In this thirteenth volume of the Mountain Man Series, Jeremiah Warner receives an informal mandate from the President himself, James Polk. After campaigning on the theme of extending the American Nation from the Atlantic to the Pacific Oceans, Polk was not forced to deliver on his campaign promise. In the story as told here, President Polk says to the Mountain Man, Capture the Sunset for me, Jeremiah! In saying this the chief executive sets in motion the northern movement of the military invasion of California, then a Mexican Province. In the year 1846, few Americans could claim to have made even a journey to the west coast of the continent, over two thousand miles from Washington City. What was known, was that the Mexicans were terrible administrators of these lands that they claimed to own. At a time when news from the far west took months to get, this campaign was a march into darkness for a fledgling nation struggling to find consensus on the most bas. Seller Inventory # APC9781494363307

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J.H. Battle, W.H. Perrin, G.C. Kniffin

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About this Item: F.A. Battey & Co., Louisville, KY. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Marshall County, Kentucky, are recalled in this new 29-page booklet titled: Marshall County, Kentucky, USA . The spiral-bound booklet is a compilation of excerpts from two hard to find sources: the 1885 book, Kentucky: A History of the State by J.H. Battle, W.H. Perrin and G.C. Kniffin, and Kentucky, a Guide to the Bluegrass State, a 1939 product of the WPA Writer's Program. The tri-color front cover is printed on 80# card stock and has been protected with a vinyl sheet. The text is photocopied single-sided on 60# opaque paper, with the print enlarged to fit the 8.5" x 11" paper and improve readability. Towns mentioned in the booklet include: Benton (county seat), Birmingham, Briensburg, Calvert City, and Gilbertsville. Among the many subjects included are: separation from Calloway County; Geographic description of the area; Names of many early settlers and where they settled; Brief bios on Absolom and Isaac Johnston, Jack Dooms, James Baker, the Staton brothers, James Brien, Col. Alfred Johnston, William Owen, Rev. Henry Darnall, Robert Rose, Peter Washam, General Arthur H. Davis, John Free, Daniel Pace, Hix Ray, and Mrs. Matilda Woodall; County and Circuit clerks; School commissioners; County attorneys, judges, sheriffs, jailers, assessors, state senate, house of representatives, and surveyors; Capital crimes, including the killing of one slave by another, and the murder of B.F. McNabb; early teachers physicians, and preachers; early government buildings; Lt. Col. Thomas B. Waller and the 20th Kentucky Infantry, Major Wilia Waller and the 16th Kentucky Cavalry, and other Civil War soldiers from the county; Fraternal organizations, churches, the Marshall County Seminary; Where names came from, antiquities and Curiosities, and other interesting bits of history and trivia. This area was part of the Jackson Purchase. An excerpt from the 1885 book concerning this purchase is included. Individual Biographies are included for: Thomas E. Barnes, Augustus Barry, Thomas H. Blewett, George Cooper, Dr. Elijah C. Dycus, John W. Dycus, Dr. John C. Ellis, James H. Flowers, Dr. Benjamin T. Frank, John M. Green, Turner H. Hall, Reuben J. Hill, Wesley A. Holland, John Jenkins, James. H. Johnston, William P. Lee, James R. Lemon, Joseph H. Little, James C. McGee, John Minter Jr., William R. Owens, T.F. Palmer, Campbell Parker, William M. Reed, Dr. Andrew Smith, Dr. R.H. Starks, George E. Walker, Major Wilia Waller, Isaac Washam, Dr. John B. Wilson, Dr. Joseph M. Wilson, and James K. Wilson. The brief WPA excerpt concerns the town of Benton. Seller Inventory # 000512

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About this Item: Western Historical Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Seward County, Nebraska, are recalled through colorful tales, factual data and individual biographies in this 34-page spiral bound booklet excerpted from the rare 1882 book: History of the State of Nebraska, originally published by the Western Historical Co. of Chicago, and Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, a 1939 project of the Federal Writers of the Works Progress Administration. The booklet is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the full-color front cover. Among the many subjects included are: Topography; First settlerment and Early History; First Schools; Political History; Roster of County Officials; Education; Death of Father Dunaway, an early pioneer; the city of Seward -- aspect and busines importance, incorportation, societies, churches, schools; the village of Milford -- location and natural features, early history, churches, societies; and the town of Utica. The booklet contains biographies of many residents of Colfax County in 1882. While primarily of interest to descendants, these often contain clues to the area and the times. Biographical sketches include: SEWARD -- Luke Agur, West Barrett, James G. Berdrow, James Betzer, Hiram Boyes, John Brown, Edmund Carns, Jon Cattle Sr., Capt. Robert Cooper, William Cox, Herman Diers, Stephen Douglass, Elijah K. Dunbaugh, Joseph W. Dupin, John N. Edwards, Charles N. Emilton, James M. Fletcher, Thomas Graham, James Harris, William Imlay, LLoyd Johns, Edward Jones, Claudius Jones, Cas. R. LaMena, William Leese, John Leonardt, Samuel P. Lindley, George W. Lowley, Sanford Marshall, Edmund McIntyre, Daniel McKillip, Lewis Moffitt (pix), Henry Page, Otero Reynolds, John Roberts, Thomas Sanders, Isaac Sorter, St. Clair & Anderson, John C. Thomas, George H. Underhill, Capt. Charles E. Van Pelt, Dr. Leland Walker ( pix), William H. Walker, Walter O. Whitcomb, Olliver Williams, Thomas Wolfe, Dr. James H. Woodward, John Zimmerer; MILFORD -- Will D. Alexander, Henry C. Atwood, John H. Atwood, Roger P. Birge, George W. Brandon, John J. Briggs, Jacob H. Culver, Jonathan L. Davidson, Pliney E. Dinsmore, John Engelhaupt, Rev. Herman A. French, Rev. Willis G. Haselwood, Thomas A. Healey, Philip I. Hooker, Fredrick S. Johnson, Lewis D. Laune, Capt. John B. Mitchell, John A. Raymer, William C. Smiley, Lee H. Smiley, Soloman J. Shupp, Joseph Stockman; UTICA --Howard M. Colman, George A. Derby, Dr. Rufus D. Harvey, James E. Hibbard, George F. Hurlburt, Joseph Jones, John S. Kittle, George W. Learned, George Liggett, Rev. Wesson G. Miller, Rev. Calvin E. Phinney, Soren Thygeson; OTHERS --Lemuel L. Allison, Edward C. Archer, Thomas Bailey, Thomas Best, Henry Bick, James Bone, Albert E. Bradley, Hiram A. Brisbin, David Brown, Samuel Brown, Joseph W. Bivens, Luther Chaddock, Martin Castle, Lieut. Thomas Corr, Henry Cross, August Daehling, Frederick M. Dimery, Michael Dunigan, John A. Durland, Samuel D. Dutton, David H. Figard, Thomas J. Foster, Peter J. Goodrich, William Hickman, Erastus M. Hickman, Ebenezer Jull, Jesse Knight, Lieut. George W. Lazenby, John Leonard, Charles L. Lyon, Elias McClure, George C. McKay, Samuel G. Mathews, H.F. Mayland, Nathan B. Newton, Ross Nichols, Israel I. Pearson, James T. Pinkerton, Thomas J. Poore, Roland Reed, William Reid, Marcus Richtmyer, John W. Shields, George Slonecker, John Slonecker, Charles L. Smith, Joseph R. Stauffer, Irwin Stall, Abraham Stutzman, Christian J. Stutzman, David C. Tift, Stephen C. Tremper, F.W. Upton & Bro., LaFayette Weldon, John Woods, and Calvin J. Wright. The final part of the booklet contains a brief excerpt on the town of Seward from Nebraska, a Guide to the Cornhusker State, compiled and written by the Federal Writer's Project of the WPA in 1939. Seller Inventory # 000652

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. The early days of three New York counties, Ontario, Yates and Seneca, and their various towns and townships are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 35 Page Booklet, reprinted primarily from two hard-to-find books: the 1841 edition of Historical Collections of the State of New York by John Warner Barber and Henry Howe, and New York, a Guide to the Empire State, a WPA project. The spiral-bound booklet is photocopied one-sided on 60# paper, with the print enlarged for easier reading. A clear vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. The communities mentioned (alphabetized by first letter only) include: Bristol, Bearysville, Bridgeport, Barrington, Benton, Branchport, Bayleytown, Canadice, Canoga, Canandaigua, Clifton Springs, Covert, Coonsville, Dublin, Dundee, East Bloomfield, Eddyville, Fayette, Farmersville, Farmington, Gorham, Geneva, Hopewell, Hopewell Center, Hopeton, Hoytes, Italy, Jerusalem, Junius, Lakemont, Lodi, Manchester, Mendon, Middlesex, Milo, Naples, North Romulus, Ovid, Orleans, Penn Yan, Potter, Port Gibson, Phelps, Pitts Flats, Romulus, Romulusville, Richmond, Richmond Centre, Seneca, Seneca Falls, Starkey, Shortsville, Tyre, Victor, Varick, Vienna, Wayland, West Fayette, West Richmond, Waterloo and Yatesville. Among the many and diverse topics in the booklet are: Jemina Wilkinson, self-styled "Universal Friend" and founder of a religious sect; the Ontario Female Seminary and the Canandaigua Academy; Geneva College, Red Jacket's Speech and Indian Negotiations; Pioneer Fortitude; a Traveler's Description of Geneva in 1800; Amelia Jenks Bloomer, Mrs. Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony and the Suffragette Movement in Seneca Falls; World's Largest Horse; the Patriarch Elm, the Balm of Gilead Tree, the Naples Tree and the Scythe Tree; Hobart College; William Smith College for Women, Bare Hill, sacred to the Seneca; Oliver Phelps, land speculator; the flight of Red Wing; the Brigham Young house; Ebenezer Horton, the Ontario Hermit; the World's Largest Sauerkraut Factory; and many other interesting bits of history and trivia. The booklet has no index, but some of the names and surnames mentioned are: Henry Howe, Oliver Phelps, Thomas Morris, Gorham, Judge Atwater, Greig, Capt. Pills, Gideon Granger, Nathaniel Gorham, Capt. Williamson, Powell, Colt, Johnstone, Hllet, Rees, Bogart, Beekman, Horatio Jones, Lawrence Van Clief, Col. Mynderse, James Bennet, Col. John Harris, Elisha Williams, R. Swift, Abraham Waggener, Mrs. Elizabeth Smith Miller, Clarence H. Van Wickle, James Wyburn Johnson, Robert Selden Rose Jr., Boody, Capt. Charles Williamson, Pierre Paris Irving, Dr. Benjamin Hall, Bishop Henry Hobart, Dr. John Towler, W. B. Douglas, Myndert Wemp, Samuel Kirkland, Dr. William R. Brooks, William Walker, William Wood, John Canfield Spencer, General Peter B. Porter, Fideon Granger, Dr. Edson Carr, Herman Chapin, Roswell Humphrey, Charles Garrett, Glenn Curtiss, Casey Baldwin, John McCurdy, Carl Carmer, D. Dana Luther, Father Jean Pierron, Timothy Ryan, Peter Whitmer, and "The Great Shadow," a Mohawk chief. ILLUSTRATIONS depict the Jemina Wilkinson House, a view of Penn Yan, a view of Seneca Falls showing one of the locks, the Courthouse in Waterloo, central Canandaigua, and the Canandaigua Academy. The Howe/Barber history covers the development of this area until about 1841, while excerpts from the WPA book, give a nostalgic glimpse from a 1940 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. There's also a small map of the area from a 1948 booklet printed by the New York Telephone Company. Seller Inventory # 000106

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About this Item: Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Dunklin County, MO, are recalled in this booklet, reprinted from excerpts from three rare books: Goodspeed's 1888: History of Southeast Missouri, The State of Missouri (1904), and Missouri, a Guide to the "Show Me" State, a 1930s WPA project. The 37-page spiral bound 8 1/2 x 11" booklet, is photocopied on 60# paper. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. The 1888 history covers the early development of this area and includes bios of prominent citizens. Topics covered include: Location; Howard Moore and other early settlers; Formation of the county; An early hanging and another criminal case; Names of early officials; the town of Kennett -- courthouse, newspaper and lodges; Other Communities -- Clarkton, Malden, Hornersville and Cotton Plant; Attorneys; and other bits of history and trivia. 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: Joseph R. Allgood, John P. Allen, Dr. Eli T. Anderson, Henry A. Applegate, A.C. Austin, Rev. Martin V. Baird, Judge T.E. Baldwin, Neil S. Barham, Walter S. Blakemore, John H. Bledsoe, William G. Bragg, Ambrose D. Bridges, William Bridges, Cicero C. Capshaw, Reuben S. Chapman, John B. Cook, Daniel R. Cox, William J. Davis, William Jefferson Davis, Isam F. Donaldson, Asa B. Douglass, Rev. Robert H. Douglass, Judge James M. Douglass, A.W. Douglass, Thomas J. Douglass, Jefferson N. Duckett, George T. Edwards, Thomas R.R. Ely, R. Millington Finney, Winfield Scott Gardner, John A. Goodrich, Thomas F. Ham, Wilburn D. Harkey, Dr. Van H. Garrison, Charles P. Hawkins, Capt. Daniel Haynes, Benjamin F. Hicks, Benjamin R. Hopkins, Dr. William G. Hughes, Willis G. Jackson, Robert H. Jones, John N. Karnes, Charles V. Langdon, Albert J. Langdon, Lewis L. Laferny, Louis McCutchen, Jacob Henry McRee, George W. Marshall, Dr. F. A. Mayes, Dr. Alpheus B. Mobley, Achilles A. Moore, Thomas R. Neel, Judge Given Owen, Judge James H. Owen, William J. Oxley, George Wilber Peck, William G. Petty, Samuel L. Phillips, Charles M. Pritchard, John G. Rapp, Moore M. Rayburn, Thomas B. Reeves, David Rice, Van Rice, Robert F. Sanders, William M. Satterfield, James W. Sexton, William F. Shelton, William H. Shelton, G.T. Smith, James F. Smyth, Sylvester W. Spiller, Hallett B. Spooner, Richard H. Squires, Jonas P. Stewart, Robert W. Stokes, Thomas C. Stokes, Robert Summers, James F. Tatum, John P. Taylor, Dr. George T. Van Cleve, Levi Walker, William T. Wallace, Isom A. Waltrip, Judge James M. Waltrip, Rev. Milton J. Whitaker, Samuel B. White, William W. White, Dr. Fabius M. Wilkins (pix). A.B. Wilkins, John Wright, and John Yearwood. The 1904 book, written in connection with the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, gives an overview of the county at that date. The WPA excerpts take a look at the area from a 1939 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. Seller Inventory # 000679

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Astounding (Murray Leinster; A. Bertram Chandler; George Whitley; Randall Garrett; Anne Walker; Theodore L. Thomas; Kenneth Johns)

Published by Street & Smith, NY (1959)

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About this Item: Street & Smith, NY, 1959. SingleIssueMagazine. Condition: Very Good+ to Near Fine. Vol. LXIII, No. 6. Edited by John W. Campbell, Jr. Cover art by Van Dongen for "The Aliens" (novelette) by Murray Leinster. Includes "The Outsiders" (novelette) by A. Bertram Chandler; "Familiar Pattern" by George Whitley [A. Bertram Chandler]; "Dead Giveaway" by Randall Garrett; "A Matter of Proportion" by Anne Walker; "Day of Succession" by Theodore L. Thomas. Article: "Space for Madness" by Kenneth Johns. Readers' Departments: "The Editor's Page: Subjective Color" by John W. Campbbell, Jr.; "In Times to Come"; "The Analytical Laboratory"; "The Reference Library" by P. Schuyler Miller. Illustrated by Bernklau, Freas, Martinez, Summers and van Dongen. Edge and corner wear. Seller Inventory # PE362

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About this Item: 2016. Softcover. Condition: New. 410 Lang: - eng, Pages 410, Print on Demand. Reprinted in 2016 with the help of original edition published long back[1864]. This book is Printed in black & white, sewing binding for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Soft Cover {HARDCOVER EDITION IS ALSO AVAILABLE}, Printed on high quality Paper, re-sized as per Current standards, professionally processed without changing its contents. As these are old books, we processed each page manually and make them readable but in some cases some pages which are blur or missing or black spots. If it is multi volume set, then it is only single volume. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. (Any type of Customisation is possible). Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions. Language: eng. Seller Inventory # PB1111005852942

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John Walker, Thomas Smith

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About this Item: 2017. Softcover. Condition: New. 415 Lang: - English, Pages 415, Print on Demand. Reprinted in 2017 with the help of original edition published long back [1834]. This book is Printed in black & white, sewing binding for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Soft Cover {HARDCOVER EDITION IS ALSO AVAILABLE}, Printed on high quality Paper, re-sized as per Current standards, professionally processed without changing its contents. As these are old books, we processed each page manually and make them readable but in some cases some pages which are blur or missing or black spots. If it is multi volume set, then it is only single volume. We expect that you will understand our compulsion in these books. We found this book important for the readers who want to know more about our old treasure so we brought it back to the shelves. (Any type of Customisation is possible). Hope you will like it and give your comments and suggestions. Language: English. Seller Inventory # PB1111000618542

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Christies - London, Sale title - Modern British & Irish Paintings, Watercolours, Drawings & Sculpture, Date - 15th October 1993, No. of lots - 185, No. of pages - 73, Illustrated - Black and white, colour., INDEX Adams N Adams W D Agar E Aitchison C Aldin C Armstrong J Ayrton M Hagedorn K Hamilton L M Lee Hankey W Hilton R Hollams F M Houghton Brown G Howard K Hubbard E Bawden E Becker H Bell T Birch S J L Bissell G Bomberg D Bottomley F Bratby J Brown J Brown Sir J A Brown T A Gaudier Brzeska H Ihlee R J Jamieson A John A Clark J Colquhoun R Conder C Dobson F Dunlop R O Durden J Epstein SirJ Eurich R Kelly F Kelly SirG Kennedy C Kite J M Knight Dame L Kramer J Lamb H Lee D Leech W Lowry L S Lyne M Fedden M Flight C Flint Sir W R Fortescue W B Fraser D H Freud L Frost T Gertler M dcGlehn W G Cluck Gore F Grant D Grecnham R lu iggs F L M Gross A Mann H Matthews H Philip Maze P Mellon C Meninsky B Middleditch E Millard P Moncur J Morley H Morris Bt Sir C Moynihan R Muirhead D Munnings Sir A Nash P Nevinson C R W Parker Pender Piper J Plazzotta H G Potter M H I Procter P Proctor A Prout M H R Ramsey D P Richmond I Rousscl I Seago E Sharp D Sickert B Sickert W R Smith Sir M Sorrel A Spear R Speed F Spencer Sir S H Spooner A Spurrier S Steel G H Stratton F Sturrock A K Suddaby R Sutherland G H Thomas F W I Tommasi M Townsend S I Trevelyan J Uhlman F Vaughan K Walcot W Walker Dame Hn Weight C Whiting F Wilkinson N Williams T Wolseley G Wood C Wright G Zinkeisen I Weight: 326g. Seller Inventory # 109

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About this Item: Condition: Marked. Sotheby's - Olympia, London, Sale title - 20th Century British and Irish Art, Sale date - 24th November 2004, No. of lots - 334, No. of pages - 180, Illustrated in colour, INDEX Agar, E. Allen, T. Allinson, A. Annear, J. Annigoni, R Ardizzone, C. Armfield, M.A. Armitage, K. Armstrong, J. Ayres, G. Badmin, S. R Banting, J. Barker, C. Bassingthwaighte, L. Bassingthwaighte, R Baynes, K. Beanland, F Beaton, C. Beerbohm, M. Bellany, J. Bellingham-Smith, E. Birch, S. J. L. Bishop, H. Blackadder, E.V. Boshier, D. Bowyer, W. Boyd & Evans Boyd, A. Bradley, M. Brangwyn, F. Bratby, J. British School Brockhurst, G.L. Brown, H. B. Brown, R. Bruce, G. Buckley, S. Buhler, R. Bulmer, Lionel Cameron, D.Y. Carr, D. Catlin, C. Chadwick, L. Charlton, E. Christoforou, J. Clausen, G. Clough, R Cockrill, M. Cohen, A. Coleman, R. Creber, F. Creme, B. Cuming, F. Daniels, A. Davie, A. de Glehn, W. G. de Grey, R. Dearden, H. Dewhurst, W. Diggle, R Dobson, F. Dodd, F. H. Dring, W. Dunlop, R.O. Dunstan, B. Durrant, R.T. Elwell, M.D. Epstein, J. Fedden M. Fincham, H. Fisher Prout, M. Flint, W.R. Friedenson, A. Frink, E. Frost, T. Fry, R. Gammon, R Gill, E. Gore, S.F Grant, D. Hall, C. Harpley, S. Harrison, C. Heath, A. Herman, J. Hewlett, F. Hillier,I Hitchens, I. Howard, K. Howson, R Hoyland, J. Hudson, A. H. Hughes, R HeleeR. Ingham, B Ingles, G.S. John, A. John, G. Johnstone, W. Jones, A.G. Kane, M. Nash, R Steer, RW. Keane, J. Neal, J. Stokes, A. Kelly, F. Nevinson, C. Suddaby, R. Kemp-Welch, L. Newcomb, M. Sutherland, G. Kennedy, C. Nicholson, B. Sutton, R Kernoff, H. Kinley, R Pasmore, V. Tayler, A. C. Knapp, S. Pemberton, J, L Thomas, F.W. Knight, L Petley, R. Trevelyan, J. Knollys, E. Philpot, G. Turnbull, W. Kramer, J. Piper, J. Turner, D. Pitchforth, R.V. Lamb, H. Plazzotta, E. Uhlman, F Lee, D. Potter, M. Lenkiewicz, R. Procktor, R Vaughan, D. Lewis, RW. Procter, D. Vaughan, K. Lowndes, A. Lowry, L.S. Rice, B. Walker, E. Riley, H. Wallis, A. Macara, A. Robbins, R, Weight, C. Robertson, T. Wells, D.G. MacTaggart, W. Robson, E.M. White, E. Main, I. L. Rosoman, L. Williams, K. Mann, C. Williams, T. Marston, F. Scott, W. Willsher, B. Mason, R. Seabrooke, E. Wilson, S. McBey, J. Seago, E. Wood, W.T. McCall, C. Sharp, D. Workman H. McEvoy, A. Shephead, D. Mclntyre, D. Sickert, W.R. Yates, F. McKelvey, F Smith, J. Messel, 0. Smith, R. Zinkeisen, D. Michie, D. Snape, S.M. Miller, J Snell, J.H. Moore, H. Spear, R. Morgan, H. Myerscough-Walker, R. Spencer, G. Weight: 418g. Seller Inventory # 37177

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