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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 Dickson County in Middle Tennessee are recalled in this spiral bound booklet compiled from excerpts from: History of Tennessee, originally published in 1886 by Goodspeed Publishing Co., and Counties of Tennessee by Austin P. Foster (1923), and Tennessee, a Guide to the State, a 1939 Federal Writer's Project of the WPA. The new 65-page booklet is photocopied on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. Among the subjects included are: The Highland Rim, minerals and caves; Iron furnaces; Oil potential; Lime works and a sumac-mill; Military land grants with names and amounts; Names of early settlers; Block houses; John Holland, the first licensed storekeeper; Early Mills and distilleries; Slave owners; County organization and boundaries; County and court officials; The execution of a slave for murder; Other court cases, involving murder, harboring slaves, forgery, etc.; Judges, Court clerks, Grand Jurors, and Lawyers; Soldiers in the War of 1812; Civil War with support for the Confederacy; Federal soldiers in "Camp Charlotte" in 1863; Churches; Schools; Businesses, Secret Societies; the towns of Charlotte (the county seat), Dickson, White Bluff, Burns Station, and Gillam; and other items of interest. Besides the names mentioned in the first part of the booklet, there are a number of biographies. 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: William M. Adams, Isaac M. Bowers, Edward Brown, J.R. Bryan, Dr. W.C. Charlton, Winfield S. Coleman, William C. Collier, Joe Cox, James N. Cunningham, Thomas S. Curtis, Jesse Daniel, J.A. Dodson, William Easley, Stephen G. Eleazer, Jonathan W. Elliott, R.D. Eubank, Rufus Ferbee, Col. Thomas Grigsby, William L. Grigsby, Samuel W. Grigsby, Joe Grimes, John P. Grimes, Dr. J.T. Henslee, Elbert J. Hicks, James C. Hunt, James Washington Hunter, James G. Jackson, W.J. Mathis, Anthony A. Matthews, J.D. Martin, William B. McFarland, Rev. W.G. McMillan, Augustus E.C. Miller, Pasivent S. Miller, John B. Monroe, James Martin Moody, Dr. Oscar Noel Moody, Thomas C. Morris, Col. Goerge H. Morton, Thomas J. Murrell, William M. Murrell, Kendrick Myatt, Allston Myatt, William T. Nesbitt, Jerry Nesbitt, William J.A. Nesbitt, Rev. George W. Nichols, Barton W. S. Nicks, James F. Nicks, William J. Norris, A.E. Pardue, Cave Johnson Phillips, Elridge Newson Phipps, Daniel Rice, John Rickert, Wiley M. Russell, Dr. John D. Slayden, James B. Smith, John M. Speight, James R. Spicer, Robert B. Stone, Mrs. J.J. Wyatt, William H. Taylor, James J. Thompson, Franklin Fulton Tidwell, and Prof. W.T. Wade. The WPA excerpt includes information on the Ruskin Colony, a co-operative formed in 1894 under J.A. Wayland of Greensburg, Ohio. Seller Inventory # 000704

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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 Lonoke County, AR, are recalled in this spiral-bound book, comprised of excerpts from Goodspeed's Biographical and Historical Memoirs of Pulaski, Jefferson, Lonoke, Faulkner, Grant, Saline, Perry, Garland and Hot Spring Counties, Arkansas (1886) , and from Arkansas, A Guide to the State, a 1941 WPA publication. The 90-page book 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: Early religious settlements, including Presbyterians, Methodists and Baptists, and early ministers; Schools, Organization of the county; First court house and later court house building; County Jail; Early pioneers; Hunting stories; County officials; Physical features; Civil War days; the towns of Austin, Brownsville, Cabot, Carlisle, England, and Lonoke, the county seat 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: William G. Adams, A.J. Agnew, Dr. W.J.D. Alexander, Lodawick Allen, Grandison Apple, William Baskerville, J.F. Bayne, Capt. D.W. Bizzell, Col. Isaac D. Booe, James Charles Boyd, Henry L. boyd, D.W. Boyte, John H. Bradford, Henry Taylor Bradford, N.A. Brewer, James W. Brewer, Dr. S.J. Brietz, Henry Brown, L.L. Buffalo, Thomas Butterworth, Samuel B. Canon, Charles R. Carroll, J.L. Carson, Simeon William Cate, James Caviness, J.B. Chapline, George M. Chapline, Isaac S. Chrisman, Lafayette M. Cobb, James D. Cobb, Walter F. Crutcher, Elisha N. Davis, Hardy Scott Dees, William P. Dortch, A.L. Driskill, Robert Spain Duke, William H. Eagle, Philip F. Eagle, Joseph L. Eagle, Major Henry L. Elcan, Henry Ellingsworth, Charles W. England, Albert G. England, Dr. John P. Fletcher, William P. Fletcher, James M. Furr, Benjamin J. Galloway, James M. Gateley, James E. Gatewood, Samuel Gingle, James W. Glover, John E. Glover, Henry C. Glover, John Claborne Goodrum Sr., John C. Goodrum Jr., W.G. Graham, Jacob R. Gray, Daniel L. Gray, Alphonse Hamberg, William H. Harper, Benjamin M. Harrington, Henry R. Harris, William Madison Hensley, William Frields Hicks, James H. Hicks, James A. High, J.W. Hollis, Richard W. Hopper, M.C. House, Lewis W. Hutson, Samuel C. Jackson, John D. Jordan, James M. King, Amos D. King, Stephen P. Kirkland, Joe S. Kirkpatrick, Thomas Kitley, Andrew Jackson Legate, Charles B. Leigh, George B. Long, John F. Loretz, F.H. Lyons, W.R. McCrary, Silas W. Marble, Gregory Martineau, Columbus Metcalf, Otis A. Miner, Rev. James Wilson Moore, James M. Morris, W. Nathan Morris, George W. Morris, Dr. E.S. Motter, James W. Munnerlyn, George P. Murrell, Benjamin D. Muzzy, James M. Neely, J.R. Nelon, Stephen T. Northcutt, Andrew Park, Dr. James Milton Park, William M. Patton, John H. Percefull, William T. Perry, Robert Calvin Pinson, J.P. Portis, John W. Puryear, William H. Pyburn, Dr. T.J. Reiff, William Henry Roberson, J.M. Robinson, H. Frank Robinson, George L. Rose, William F. Ross, Col. R.P. Rowley, Rev. James Polasky Russell, William Greenberry Russell, William H. Sanders, Alfred Webb Sanders, James S. Savage, Conoway Scott, Elihu D. Seaton, Reuben H. Simmons, Judge J.N. Smith, Elbert F. Solomon, Andrew J. Somers, James Franklin Stephens, Dr. Benjamin L. Stovall, A.D. Tanner, James H. Temple, Dr. Gaston M. Thompson, John W. Thompson, John McClure Trimble, Nathan E. Verser, John R. Walton, W.M. Watts, George S. Weaver, Thomas H. Webb, Capt. Patrick H. Wheat and Pierce H. Whitfield. The WPA section has tour stops at Austin, Carlisle, and Lonoke, and also includes a small map of the area. Seller Inventory # 000744

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About this Item: The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Biographies of numerous Knox County, Tennessee, residents in the late 1800s, and other historical material is included in this spiral bound booklet taken from three sources: History of Tennessee, originally published in 1887 by Goodspeed Publishing Co., Counties of Tennessee by Austin P. Foster (1923), and Tennessee, a Guide to the State (1939). The new 93-page 11 x 8 1/2 inch spiral-bound booklet is photocopied on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet has been added to protect the front cover. A booklet featuring Goodspeed's History of Knox County is also available. You can find it in our eBay Store. Besides being of interest to their decendants, the biographies often give insight to the history of the area and the times. They include: H.M. Aiken, Capt. Samuel P. Angel, D. F. Armond, Moses A.M. Armstrong, J.K. Ault, R.D. Badgett, B.F. Badgett, S.E. Badgett, J.H. Ballard, A.A. Barnes, J.F. Baumann, William M. Baxter, Dr. Herman G. Bayless, Capt. F.C. Beaman, J.N. Betterton, Adam B. Blake, John T. Blake, William H. Blake, George Bond, James W. Bowman, Samuel B. Boyd, Samuel B. Boyd M.D., John Wilson Boyd, H.L. Bradley, T.J. Bradley, Daniel Briscoe, Lewis F. Brooks, J.L. Brown, Alfred Buffat, George H. Burr, J.R. Butt, Rev. Henry E. Byerley, T.R.C. Campbell, D.A. Carpenter, William W. Carson, M.B. Carter, W.R. Carter, Payton Carter, W.P. Chamberlain, Charles B. Christian, Nickolas Clapp, Henderson Clapp, Walter M. Cocke, M.B. Collier, Sampson D. Cole, Martin J. Condon, Mike J. Condon, S.Y. Conner, W.A.A. Conner, John W. Conner, J.L. Cooley, Fleming B. Cooley, W.R. Cooper, John J. Craig Jr., Samuel B. Crawford, Capt. John H. Cross, W.W. Cruse, J.W. Cruze, J.H. Cruze, J.W. Cruze Jr., John Cruze, Albert Davis, Dr. C. Deaderick, James A. Doughty, Dr. Charles M. Drake, J.C. Duncan, East Tennessee Coal Company, East Tennessee National Bank, R. H. Edington, T.C. Eldridge, William Epps, Capt. S.P. Evans, Ignas Fanz, F.L. Fisher, W.H. Fizer, B.P. Flenniken, E.H. Flenniken, W.B. Ford, J.W. Fowler, W.M. Fox, J.W. Fox, Henry Frazier, W.H. French, W.B. French, J.V. Fulkerson, Charles M. Funck, William Gallaher, Robert H. Gallaher, George Gallaher, Dr. J.M. Glass, J.W. Gaut, J.L. George, W.F. Gibbs, Henry R. Gibson, S.L. Gilson, John W. Glenn, C.J. Gooding, L.A. Gratz, Capt. J.M. Greer, Col. Nathan Gregg, Samuel Benton Giffin, Judge Major Learoy Hall, G.G. Hardin, J.J. Hardin, James Hardin, R.W. Hardin, G.M. Harrill, Joe Harris, S.G. Heiskell, M.T. Henson, Dr. Thomas H. Hicks, Dr. J. Willard Hill, Isaac Hines, A.D.C. Hines, Dr. S.P. Hood, John W. Hope, John F. Horne, W.H. Howell, J.B. Hoxsie, L. Huddleston, Dr. J.C. Hudgings, M.W. Huffaker, Francis Kinloch Huger, Thomas W. Humes, Henry H. Ingersoll, Maj. R.C. Jackson, A.N. Jackson, William Johnson, J.L. Johnson, Jacob T. Johnson, Reps Jones, Charlton Karns, Dr. Thomas H. Kearney, Dr. James H. Keeling, J.B. Kelley, Peter Kern, J.M. King, James M. Kinkaid, Charles Kurth, Capt. J.K. Lones, Edward Legg, Frank J. Leland, J.F.J. Lewis, J.W. Lillard, John Llewellyn, W.B. Lockett & Co., Samuel T. Logan, A. Looney, James C. Luttrell, J.E. Lutz, G.W. Mabry, G.L. Maloney, Rev. Francis Thomas Marron, S.C. Martin, Spencer A. Maxey, A.L. Maxwell, William Gibbs McAdoo, G.C. McBee, W.C. McCammon, John N. McCammon, J.A. McCampbell, Major E.E. McCroskey, Dr. J.S. McDonough, Charles M. McGhee, Green McLemore, James M. Mack, James K. Meek, A. Metler, John B. Michael, A.H. Mitchell, Joseph R. Mitchell, John M. Montgomery, Mark Morel, J.B. Morris, John L. Moses, Thomas L. Moses, Frank A. Moses, John W. Moulden, E.F. Mynatt, J.C. Mynatt, J.H. Nave, M. Nelson, Thomas A. R. Nelson, D.D. Nicholas, James O'Conner, Ogden Bros. & Co., R.G. Osborn, John F. Parker, Col. M.L. Patterson, R.S. Payne, W.H.B. Prater, G.W. Prater, A.S. Prosser, Dr. James Gettys McCready Ramsey, Maj. Robert B. Reynolds, Dr. Charles E. Ristine, Russell H. Roberts, P.A. Roberts, Dr. James Rodgers, Dr. W.A. Rodgers. Seller Inventory # 000713

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About this Item: Gulf Publishing Company. Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Lafayette Parish, LA, which includes the communities of Broussard, Carencro, Lafayette, Scott, Duson and Youngsville, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this brand new 83-page 8.5" x 11" spiral-bound book, photocopied on 60# opaque paper. The full-color front cover is protected with a vinyl sheet. The book includes excerpts from two hard-to-find vintage publications: Southwest Louisiana Biographical and Historical, edited by William Henry Perrin and originally published by the Gulf Publishing Company in 1891, and Louisiana, a Guide to the State, compiled by Workers of the Writers' Program of the WPA in 1941. In addition to the usual data found in county histories, this book includes such varied subjects as incidents in the life of Leon Latiolais, a talented fellow who was not above pulling a practical joke, the primitive life style of the people of Acadian descent, and a list of one year's railroad shipments. Besides the many names mentioned in the history section, there are a number of biographies of prominent citizens: Oscar L. Alpha, C.P. Alpha, William B. Bailey, Paul D. Beraud, I.A. Broussard, Joseph Zeno Broussard, J.O. Broussard, Valsin Broussard, Joseph S. Broussard, Leonard Broussard, Alcee Broussard, A. Cleophas Broussard, Charles C. Brown, B.A. Boudreauy, O. Bertrand, J.G. Bertrand, Ernest Bernard, Pierre Bernard, Leon Billaud, Martial Billaud, Joseph C. Breaux, Numa Breaux, J.E. Bonin, William Campbell, Emile Creighton, Judge John Clegg, Overton Cade, Dr. A.O. Clark, Ernest Constantin, P.A. Chiasson, Paul L. DeClouet, Judge C. Debaillon, D.A. Dimitry, Victor E. Dupuis, Alfred A. Delhomme, Vior Duhon, Alexander L. Durio, Homer Durio, Cleobule C. Doucet, E.L. Estilette, Dr. Jean Pierre Francez, Roman Francez, Phinas Foreman, M.E. Girard, Crow Girard, P. Gerac, Dr. H.D. Guidry, Leonard Guidry, Prof. A.L. Guilbeau, A.C. Guilbeau, Antoine Guidry, Albert Guidry, J.O. Girouard, Preston Hoffpauir, Ford Hoffpauir, Hugh Hutchinson, G. Lacoste, Alonzo Lacy, A.A. Labbe, Simonet LeBlanc, Aurellin LeBlanc, G.A. LaNeuville, R.C. Landry, Alcee Landry, Dr. M.L. Lyons, A.J. Moss, Dr. Nathaniel P. Moss, Dr. F.S. Mudd, Julian Mouton, Gov. Alexander Mouton, Judge Orther C. Mouton, J.E. Mouton, Jacques D. Mouton, J.S. Mouton, Alcide V. Mouton, Sidney Martin, J.E. Martin, A.M. Martin, Paul A. Martin, Dr. Ursin Prejean, P.B. Rou, Dr. G.W. Scranton, J.G. St. Julien, Dr. F.R. Tolson, H. Theall, E.G. Voorhies, A.D. Verot, Jean Vigneaux, S.R. Wallis, Rev. Maurius Welte, and Rev. Thomas F. Webb. The WPA book gives a nostalgic glimpse from a 1941 vantage point, including interesting historical notes, especially as they relate to sightseeing possibilities. The main excerpt concerns the City of Lafayette, and besides an overview, it includes a map of the city and numerous points of interest, such as the University of Southwesten Louisiana. There is also a tour that includes Broussard, and Scott. A map of southwestern Louisiana is also included. Seller Inventory # 000932

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Henry Howe (illustrator). Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Hamilton County, OH, including the communities of Cincinnati, Columbia, North Bend, Avondale, Walnut Hills, Mount Auburn, Clifton, Price's Hill, Cumminsville, Harrison, Mt. Washington, Lockland, Reading, Madisonville, Carthage, St. Bernard, Glendale, College Hill and Ivorydale, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data in this NEW 130 Page Book reprinted from the 1892 Centennial edition of Henry Howe's Historical Collections of Ohio. Howe lived in Cincinnati and devoted much attention to Hamilton County in his Ohio history, illustrating it with numerous drawings and photos. The spiral-bound book is photocopied on 60# paper with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. Among the many and diverse topics covered are: Cincinnati in the Ice Age; Prehistoric Mounds and Earthworks; Early Settlements; Fort Washington; a Description of Cincinnati in 1847; St. Xavier's College and Lane Seminary; Adventures of Jacob Wetzel, Indian hunter; the Scalping of Col. Robert Elliott; a Witch Story; the Explosion of a Steamboat; the Asiatic Cholera; Distruction of an Abolitionist Press; the Negro Riot of 1841; the Bank Riot of 1842; the Court House Riot of 1884; the Smokehouse fire of 1843; Cincinnati in the Civil War; Kirby Smith and the Siege of Cincinnati; Morgan's Raid; Newspapers in War Times; Cincinnati in 1877 and 1888; the Tyler Davidson Fountain; the Music Hall and Exposition Building; Ohio River Floods; a Pioneer Celebration; the Underground Railroad, Art Development, etc. Genealogy buffs will find a list of 1888 county officers and businesses. Biographies of Cincinnati notables, often with portraits, include Gov. Othniel Looker, Gov. Ethan Allen Brown, Gov. Thomas L. Young, Gov. Richard Bishop, Pres. William Henry Harrison, Pres. Benjamin Harrison, Jacob Burnet, Nicholas Longworth, John Platt, Jacob Wykoff Platt, Miles Greenwood, Dr. Daniel Drake, Gen. Edward King, Sarah Peter, Judge James Hall, Harriet Beecher Stowe, Catharine Beecher, Caroline Lee Hentz, Dr. Lyman Beecher, Levi Coffin, Catharine Coffin, Hugh Peters, Prof. Daniel Vaughn, Treasury Secretary Samuel P. Chase, Charles Cist, Bellamy Storer, Gen. O. M. Mitchel, William Lytle, Alice & Phoebe Cary, George Hoadly, George Pugh, Dr. John Warder, Robert Clarke, Charles Hall, Gen. Edward Noyes, Judge Alphonso Taft, Reuben Springer, Calvin Starbuck, David Sinton, George Hunt Pendleton, Col. George Ward Nichols, Charles West, Stanley Matthews, William Groesbeck, Alfred Goshorn, Christian Buckhalter, Albert Von Stein, Dr. Friedrich Reese, Dr. Wilhelm Nast, Heinrich Rodter, Karl Reemelin, Emil Klauprecht, Johann Stallo, Samuel Pike, Leopold Markbreit, Gen. August Moor, Gen. August Kautz, Gen. Gottfried Weitzel, Fred Hassaurek, John Cleves Symmes, T. Buchanan Read, Col. Leonard Harris, Henry Van-Ness Boynton, Major David Ziegler, Frederick Eckstein, Hiram Powers, John Wesley Jarvis, Waldo & Jewett, James H. Beard, Henry Worrall, John and Godfrey Frankenstein, J.O. Eaton. and Lily Martin Spencer. Seller Inventory # 000330

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FRANKFURTER, Felix] LASH, Joseph P. (1909-1987):

Published by New York: W. W. Norton, 1975. (1975)

ISBN 10: 0393074889 ISBN 13: 9780393074888

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About this Item: New York: W. W. Norton, 1975., 1975. Hardcover. Condition: Near Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. 1st Edition. First Edition. xiii, 366 pp. Original cloth. Near Fine, in near fine dust jacket. Inscribed on half-title: 'For Ben Kaplan-/With enduring regard and affection - /Joe Lash/8-5-75'. Lash won the Pulitzer Prize for Biography for his Eleanor and Franklin (1972). 'The following read all of part of the manuscript . . . Benjamin Kaplan . . . They saved me from many errors and suggested answers to several problems' (Preface, p. xiii). 'Benjamin Kaplan, the Royall Professor of Law Emeritus at Harvard Law School and a former justice of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court, died August 18, 2010. A pre-eminent copyright scholar, Kaplan co-wrote the first casebook on copyright, with Yale Law Professor Ralph Brown '57 in 1960. His 1967 seminal text, 'An Unhurried View of Copyright,' grew out of a series of lectures on copyright he delivered at Columbia as part of the James S. Carpentier Lectures series. Kaplan served on the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court from 1972-1981 and later on the Massachusetts Appeals Court' (Harvard Law School Web site). Signed by Author(s). Seller Inventory # 23744

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