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Phillips, Wendell ,Parker, Theodore ,Mill, Harriet Taylor (Hardy), - ,Higginson, Thomas Wentworth ,Nichols, C. I. H,National Woman's Rights Convention

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About this Item: 2016. Softcover. Condition: New. 143 Lang: - eng, Pages 143, Print on Demand. Reprinted in 2016 with the help of original edition published long back[1854]. 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 # PB1111004361445

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Phillips, Wendell, 1811-1884,Parker, Theodore, 1810-1860,Mill, Harriet Taylor (Hardy), 1808?-1858,Higginson, Thomas Wentworth, 1823-1911,Nichols, C. I. H,National Woman's Rights Convention

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About this Item: ReInk Books, 2017. Softcover. Condition: NEW. Reprinted from 1854 edition. Language: eng. NO changes have been made to the original text. This is NOT a retyped or an ocr'd reprint. Illustrations, Index, if any, are included in black and white. Each page is checked manually before printing. As this reprint is from very old book, there could be some missing or flawed pages, but we always try to make the book as complete as possible. Fold-outs, if any, are not part of the book. If the original book was published in multiple volumes then this reprint is of only one volume, not the whole set. This paperback book is SEWN, where the book block is actually sewn (smythe sewn/section sewn) with thread before binding which results in a more durable type of paperback binding. It can also be open wide. The pages will not fall out and will be around for a lot longer than normal paperbacks. This print on demand book is printed on high quality acid-free paper. Original Publisher: Boston : Robert F. Wallcut 143 pages. Seller Inventory # 453723733

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Phillips, Wendell ,Parker, Theodore ,Mill, Harriet Taylor (Hardy), - ,Higginson, Thomas Wentworth ,Nichols, C. I. H,National Woman's Rights Convention

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About this Item: 2016. Hardcover. Condition: New. 143 Lang: - eng, Pages 143, Print on Demand. Reprinted in 2016 with the help of original edition published long back[1854]. This book is Printed in black & white, Hardcover, sewing binding for longer life with Matt laminated multi-Colour Dust Cover, 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 # 1111004361445

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Davidson, Cathy N. (editor)

Published by Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, USA (1992)

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About this Item: Duke University Press, Durham, North Carolina, USA, 1992. Trade Paperback. Condition: Good. BX3 - American Literature Volume 64 Number 2 June 1992. A trade paperback withdrawn ex-library book in good+ condition. A tight, clean, sound copy in white and gray wraps with very minor overall shelf wear plus there are the usual library labels, stamps, and marks on the front cover plus there is some light creasing on the front cover. This is the volume 64, number 2, June 1992 issue of a quarterly journal of literary history, criticism, and bibliography published by Duke University Press in Durham, North Carolina. This issue contains articles by Lawrence Buell, John Lowney, Bruce Mills, Elizabeth Young, Dickson D. Bruce Jr., Howard C. Horsford, robert O'Brien Hokanson, and Elizabeth Renker as well as book reviews. Cumulative pagination from pages 215 to 434. 219p. Ex-Library. Seller Inventory # SCW08955

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Harriet C. Mills and Chou Kuan-ch'un (editors)

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About this Item: IUP/CMRASC, 1967. paperback. Condition: Acceptable. Cover very well worn and ripped, binding repaired with tape and coming loose again, writing throughout entire book We have 1.5 million books to choose from -- Ship within 48 hours -- Satisfaction Guaranteed!. Seller Inventory # mon0000067454

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

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Novak, Brian (Editor) and The Colorado Mountain Club

Published by The Colorado Mountain Club, Denver, CO (1965)

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About this Item: The Colorado Mountain Club, Denver, CO, 1965. Newsprint Magazine. Condition: Fine. 1st Edition. A left-stapled digest-sized magazine containing 32 pages including front and rear covers. Containing news, articles, outings and events, photographs and illustrations, highlights include: (50th Anniversary Rocky Mountain National Park Issue) - The Creation of Rocky Mountain Park by James Grafton Rogers; Seeing the Bill Through Congress by Morrison Shafroth; Arapaho Hunting Grounds Revisited by Harriet Vaille Bouck; Wild Basin in 1904-08 by William S. Cooper; On Not Climbing McHenry Peak (letter dated Sept. 19, 1898 from B.F. McHenry); Terra Tomah Mountain by Louisa Ward Arps; Climbing and Naming Hallett Peak - 1887; A First Advocate by Edna M. Kiley (on Enos A. Mills); Changes at Rocky Mountain 1937-1965 by William C. James. Seller Inventory # 008755

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Mills, Harriet C. with P. S. Ni

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About this Item: 1967. Linguistics, Asia. Cornell University Press. 367-741p. very good to good+ paperback. Seller Inventory # 1374

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Mary Anne Vincent

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ISBN 10: 1507723407 ISBN 13: 9781507723401

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Harriet Farra s ancestors were among the first Europeans to settle in the Delaware Valley. Her father, John C. Farra, owned and operated two paper mills along the Brandywine River in Beaver Valley. He moved his family from Delaware about 1840 to land he had purchased in Urbana, Illinois. Between July and August of 1841, Harriet s parents and four siblings died in Urbana. She (then 14) and her brother Daniel (then 17) moved back to Delaware. Francis Vincent, his mother and four younger siblings, arrived in Philadelphia in 1835. They lived in Dover, Delaware for a number of years before moving to Boonton, NJ, where the father found work. Francis did not move with them. He was employed in Dover for a few years before moving to Wilmington. It was there that he met Harriet. They married in Philadelphia and lived their entire married lives in Wilmington. Francis owned a newspaper, wrote a history of Delaware, and was elected a city treasurer and an alderman. Seller Inventory # APC9781507723401

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Association for Asian Studies.

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About this Item: [Ann, Arbor, Michigan]: Association for Asian Studies, August, 1956, (185) pages. In the original printed wraps. Six main articles are presented including: "Traditional Property Concepts in China" by H. F. Schurmann and "Language Reform in China: Some Recent Developments" by Harriet C. Mills. Overall, a very good copy. Seller Inventory # 017503

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Mary Anne Vincent

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About this Item: Createspace, United States, 2015. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Harriet Farra s ancestors were among the first Europeans to settle in the Delaware Valley. Her father, John C. Farra, owned and operated two paper mills along the Brandywine River in Beaver Valley. He moved his family from Delaware about 1840 to land he had purchased in Urbana, Illinois. Between July and August of 1841, Harriet s parents and four siblings died in Urbana. She (then 14) and her brother Daniel (then 17) moved back to Delaware. Francis Vincent, his mother and four younger siblings, arrived in Philadelphia in 1835. They lived in Dover, Delaware for a number of years before moving to Boonton, NJ, where the father found work. Francis did not move with them. He was employed in Dover for a few years before moving to Wilmington. It was there that he met Harriet. They married in Philadelphia and lived their entire married lives in Wilmington. Francis owned a newspaper, wrote a history of Delaware, and was elected a city treasurer and an alderman. Seller Inventory # APC9781507723401

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Solomon Northup

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About this Item: Createspace, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. Twelve Years a Slave (1853) is a memoir and slave narrative by Solomon Northup, as told to and edited by David Wilson. Northup, a black man who was born free in New York, details his kidnapping in Washington, D.C. and subsequent sale into slavery. After having been kept in bondage for 12 years in Louisiana by various masters, Northup was able to write to friends and family in New York, who were in turn able to secure his release. Northup s account provides extensive details on the slave markets in Washington, D.C. and New Orleans and describes at length cotton and sugar cultivation on major plantations in Louisiana. The work was published by Derby Miller of Auburn, New York, soon after Harriet Beecher Stowe s best-selling novel about slavery, Uncle Tom s Cabin (1852), to which it lent factual support. Northup s book, dedicated to Stowe, sold 30,000 copies, making it a bestseller in its own right. After being published in several editions in the 19th century, the book fell into obscurity for nearly 100 years, until it was re-discovered on separate occasions by two Louisiana historians, Sue Eakin (Louisiana State University at Alexandria) and Joseph Logsdon (University of New Orleans). In the early 1960s, they researched and retraced Solomon Northup s journey and co-edited a historically annotated version that was published by LSU Press in 1968. The memoir has been adapted and produced as the 1984 PBS television movie Solomon Northup s Odyssey and the Oscar-winning film 12 Years a Slave. In his home town of Saratoga, New York, Solomon Northup, a free negro who was a skilled carpenter and violinist, was approached by two circuspromoters. They offered him a brief, high-paying job as a musician with their traveling circus. Without informing his wife, who was away at work in a nearby town, he traveled with the strangers to downstate New York and Washington, D.C. Soon after arriving in the capital, he awoke to find himself drugged, bound, and in the cell of a slave pen. When Northup asserted his rights as a free man, he was beaten and warned never again to mention his free life in New York. Transported by ship to New Orleans, Northup and other enslaved blacks contracted smallpox and one died. In transit, Northup implored a sympathetic sailor to send a letter to his family. The letter arrived safely, but, lacking knowledge of his final destination, Northup s family was unable to effect his rescue. Northup s first owner was William Prince Ford, who ran a lumber mill on a bayou of the Red River. Northup subsequently had several other owners, less humane than Ford, during his twelve-year bondage. At times, his carpentry and other skills contributed to his being treated relatively well, but he also suffered extreme cruelty. On two occasions, he was attacked by a white man he was leased to, John Tibeats, and defended himself, for which he suffered severe reprisals. After about two years of enslavement, he was sold to Edwin Epps, a notoriously cruel cotton planter. Epps held Northup enslaved for 10 years, during which time he assigned the New Yorker to various roles from cotton picker, to hauler to driver, which required Northup to oversee the work of fellow slaves and punish them for undesirable behavior. After being beaten for claiming his free status in the slave pen in Washington, D.C., Northup in the ensuing 12 years did not reveal his true history again to a single person, slave or owner. Finally he confided his story to Samuel Bass, a white carpenter and abolitionist from Canada. Bass, at great risk to himself, sent letters to Northup s wife and friends in Saratoga. A white shopkeeper, Parker, sought the assistance of Henry B. Northup, a white attorney and politician whose family had held and freed Solomon Northup s father, and with whom Solomon had a longtime friendship. Henry contacted New York state officials. Seller Inventory # APC9781502310521

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Solomon Northup

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About this Item: Createspace, 2014. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.Twelve Years a Slave (1853) is a memoir and slave narrative by Solomon Northup, as told to and edited by David Wilson. Northup, a black man who was born free in New York, details his kidnapping in Washington, D.C. and subsequent sale into slavery. After having been kept in bondage for 12 years in Louisiana by various masters, Northup was able to write to friends and family in New York, who were in turn able to secure his release. Northup s account provides extensive details on the slave markets in Washington, D.C. and New Orleans and describes at length cotton and sugar cultivation on major plantations in Louisiana. The work was published by Derby Miller of Auburn, New York, soon after Harriet Beecher Stowe s best-selling novel about slavery, Uncle Tom s Cabin (1852), to which it lent factual support. Northup s book, dedicated to Stowe, sold 30,000 copies, making it a bestseller in its own right. After being published in several editions in the 19th century, the book fell into obscurity for nearly 100 years, until it was re-discovered on separate occasions by two Louisiana historians, Sue Eakin (Louisiana State University at Alexandria) and Joseph Logsdon (University of New Orleans). In the early 1960s, they researched and retraced Solomon Northup s journey and co-edited a historically annotated version that was published by LSU Press in 1968. The memoir has been adapted and produced as the 1984 PBS television movie Solomon Northup s Odyssey and the Oscar-winning film 12 Years a Slave. In his home town of Saratoga, New York, Solomon Northup, a free negro who was a skilled carpenter and violinist, was approached by two circuspromoters. They offered him a brief, high-paying job as a musician with their traveling circus. Without informing his wife, who was away at work in a nearby town, he traveled with the strangers to downstate New York and Washington, D.C. Soon after arriving in the capital, he awoke to find himself drugged, bound, and in the cell of a slave pen. When Northup asserted his rights as a free man, he was beaten and warned never again to mention his free life in New York. Transported by ship to New Orleans, Northup and other enslaved blacks contracted smallpox and one died. In transit, Northup implored a sympathetic sailor to send a letter to his family. The letter arrived safely, but, lacking knowledge of his final destination, Northup s family was unable to effect his rescue. Northup s first owner was William Prince Ford, who ran a lumber mill on a bayou of the Red River. Northup subsequently had several other owners, less humane than Ford, during his twelve-year bondage. At times, his carpentry and other skills contributed to his being treated relatively well, but he also suffered extreme cruelty. On two occasions, he was attacked by a white man he was leased to, John Tibeats, and defended himself, for which he suffered severe reprisals. After about two years of enslavement, he was sold to Edwin Epps, a notoriously cruel cotton planter. Epps held Northup enslaved for 10 years, during which time he assigned the New Yorker to various roles from cotton picker, to hauler to driver, which required Northup to oversee the work of fellow slaves and punish them for undesirable behavior. After being beaten for claiming his free status in the slave pen in Washington, D.C., Northup in the ensuing 12 years did not reveal his true history again to a single person, slave or owner. Finally he confided his story to Samuel Bass, a white carpenter and abolitionist from Canada. Bass, at great risk to himself, sent letters to Northup s wife and friends in Saratoga. A white shopkeeper, Parker, sought the assistance of Henry B. Northup, a white attorney and politician whose family had held and freed Solomon Northup s father, and with whom Solomon had a longtime friendship. Henry contacted New York state officials. Seller Inventory # APC9781502310521

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Far Eastern Association.

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About this Item: Ann Arbor: University of Michigan, August, 1956, (186) pages. In the original printed wraps. Six main articles are presented including: "Traditional Property Concepts in China" by H. F. Schurmann; "Language Reform in China: Some Recent Developments" by Harriet C. Mills and "The Beginnings of the Japanese Occupation of Java" by Harry J. Benda. Overall, a very good copy. Seller Inventory # 017533

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Nylander, Jane C.

Published by Alfred A. Knopf, New York (1993)

ISBN 10: 0394549848 ISBN 13: 9780394549842

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About this Item: Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1993. Hardcover. Condition: VG/VG. Burgundy cloth, siena and blue illus. DJ. xiv, 317 pp. 162 bw illus. "In this portrayal of home life in New England from the years preceding the American Revolution to the eve of the Civil War, Jane Nylander explores both everyday realities and the myths that have obscured them. She shows how, thanks to the nineteenth century's literary, historical, antiquarian, and art movements -- from the romanitc visions of Henry Wadsworth Longfello and Harriet Beecher Stowe through the paintings of Frank Henry Shapleigh and the carefully staged photographs of Wallace Nutting -- the New England family home was idealized as warm, welcoming, confortable, unchanging, and self-sufficient, and became representative, around the world, of the American domestic scene. The thump of the churn and the whir of the spinning wheel were seen as the heartbeats of a daily life that was perpetually 'colonial' and 'rural.' For the most part, the growing reality of mill towns and burgeoning cities was ignored." (dj). Seller Inventory # 29778

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Mills, Harriet C.

Published by Cornell University Press, Ithaca and London (1971)

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About this Item: Cornell University Press, Ithaca and London, 1971. Paperbound. Condition: Very Good +. Second Printing. xi + pages 367-741. Illustrated. Seller Inventory # 21467

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Published by The Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago Illinois

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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 Lincoln and Moore Counties 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 95-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 in the Lincoln section are: Physical features; Explorers; Names of early settlers, including James Bright, thru 1820; Mills; Organization of the county and county buildings; County officers; Courts -- cases, lawyers and judges; Military matters, including the Civil War (Confederacy); Fayetteville invaded in 1862; Fayetteville -- businesses, newspapers, lodges; Other towns -- Petersburg, Mulberry, Boonshill, Dellrose, Booneville, Smithland, Camargo, Lincoln, Elora, Flintville and Kelso; Academies and public schools; Churches; and other items. Among the subjects included in the Moore section are: Physical features; Names of early settlers, including Col Davie (Davy) Crockett; ; Mills and cotton gins; Recollections of Moses Crawford; Distilleries, including Jack Daniels'; Organization of the county and county buildings; County officers; Courts cases and attorneys; Military matters, including the Civil War (Confederacy); Lynchburg -- businesses, lodges, newspapers, the fire of 1883, schools and churches, etc. Besides the many 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: Lincoln County -- J.S. Alexander, Anderson Alsup, William H. Ashby, Travis D. Ashby, J.W. Barnett, A.F. Bass, Mrs. N.E. Benson, Dr. William Bonner, Dr. W.C. Bright, Andrew J. Carloss, J. G. Carrigan, James H. Cary, M.H. Caughran, H.T. Childls, Dr. R.E. Christian, Dr. W.W. Christian, Mrs. Harriet Clark, John Clark, W.B. Clark, Lewis Coats, Dr. J.C. Coats, Rev. A.B. Coleman, William Copeland, H.C. Cowan, W.S. Curtis, John M. Dickey, Isham P. Dismukes, Robert S. Douthat, David G. Douthat, Capt. William B. Douthat, J.H.C. Duff, R.M. Dunlap, James M. Dyer, J.S. Edmiston, James P. Edwards, W.W. Erwin, Joseph Farrer, P.E. Farrar, William B. Faulkner, Joseph M. Greer, Pleasant Halbert, John Hamilton, William Hamilton, Thomas Hampton, David L. Harris, Dr. O.R. Hatcher, Samuel Haynie, Henry Henderson, Austin Hewitt, H.C. Higgins, J.B. Hill, David F. Hobbs, Col. J.H. Holman, Dr. Thomas P. Holman, B.F. Houston, Capt. William W. James, George A. Jarvis, T.A. Jean, Dr. George W. Jones, W.L. Kilpatric, William J. Landess, R.W. Long, J.W. Lloyd, J.H. Maddox, W.L. McCann, Col. C.A. McDaniel, M.L. McDowell, C.C. McKinney, R.D. McMillen, Mrs. Charlotte Merrell, J.S. Merrell, James A.D. Middleton, Dr. W.L. Moores, J.K. Morres, William T. Moyers, David J. Noblett, B.S. Paplanus, Joel Parks, Elisha T. Parks, W.E. Patrick, Mrs. E.R. Patterson, James H. Patterson, W.S. Patterson, Lewis Peach, R. Pettey, Squire Pickle, John Pigg, Isaac S. Porter, J.C. Reed, R.C. Rives, John Roach, Ivison T. Rodes, W.M. Rosborough, J.H. Russell, Isaac Rutledge, D.M. Sanders, E.M. Scott, D.C. Sherrell, James C. Shofner, Rev. Archibald S. Sloan, J.H. Smith, W.R. Smith, Rev. A.P. Smith, Richard Smith, J. Franklin Smith, W.J. Stegall, W.B. Stevenson, Dr. William Stewart, J.D. Stone, Dr. B.S. Stone, George Stuart, L.D. Sugg, H.H. Sugg, W.C. Sugg, Newton C. Sullivan, Capt. W.A. Summers, James H. Taylor, Jarred S. Taylor, Young A. Taylor, Temple C. Taylor, Thomas Taylor, Edward Taylor, John A. Taylor, Samuel H. Taylor, H.D.A. Thomas, E.T.Thomas, James M. Thornton, Ja. Seller Inventory # 000716

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Mills, Harriet C.

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About this Item: Ithaca: Cornell University, 1983 (1967), 4to, xiv, (375) pp. In the original printed wraps, as issued. Seller Inventory # 006724

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About this Item: Dog Days Press, United States, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. A collaborative, non-profit anthology of literary submissions and the writing craft. Authors include: Nava Atlas, Dean Baris, Janet Bornstein, Paula J. Botch, Elizabeth Bullock, Sofija V. Canavan, Sally A. Connolly, Claire Cook, Katherine Critelli, Skip DeBrusk, Karyn Donahue, Bill Dunn, Harriet Emerson, Richard Fannoney, Robert Feeney, Dennis Feeney, Alessandra Fisher, Dave Fisher, Ralph Fletcher, Sarah Fox, Chris Fraas, Walter C. Frye, Elizabeth Evans Fryer, Frank M. Hynes, Marilyn Johnson, Robert Laplander, Valerie Lawson, Jamie Long, Heidi Marble, Mark McNulty, Robert McNulty, Richard Mills, Shea Mullaney, Erin O Brien, Jay O Callahan, April Parker, D. T. Pollard, Stephen Puleo, Chet Raymo, Jordan Rich, William Russo, Mike Ryan, Bob Sanchez, Jackson Sellers, Tucker Smallwood, Reed F. Stewart, Renee Summers, Michael Trainor, Kimmy Van Kooten, Caitlin Womersley, Alexander Woodbury and Virginia Young. The book encourages the writer in all of us to become engaged in literary pursuits. Seller Inventory # AAV9780615177601

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Claudia C Klaver

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About this Item: Ohio State University Press, 2003. CD-Audio. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New. A/Moral Economics is an interdisciplinary historical study that examines the ways which social science or economics emerged through the discourse of the literary, namely the dominant moral and fictional narrative genres of early and mid-Victorian England. In particular, this book argues that the classical economic theory of early-nineteenth-century England gained its broad cultural authority not directly, through the well-known texts of such canonical economic theorists as David Ricardo, but indirectly through the narratives constructed by Ricardo s popularizers John Ramsey McCulloch and Harriet Martineau. By reexamining the rhetorical and institutional contexts of classical political economy in the nineteenth century, A/Moral Economics repositions the popular writings of both supporters and detractors of political economy as central to early political economists bids for a cultural voice. The now marginalized economic writings of McCulloch, Martineau, Henry Mayhew, and John Ruskin, as well as the texts of Charles Dickens and J.S. Mill, must be read as constituting in part the entitles they have been read as merely criticizing. It is this repressed moral logic that resurfaces in a range of textual contradictions--not only in the writings of Ricardo s supporters, but ironically, in those of his critics as well. Seller Inventory # BTE9780814290217

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Alice Paxman McCune

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About this Item: Spiral/Comb. Condition: New. No Jacket. Limited Edition Reprint. Early days in Juab County, UT, including the city of Nephi, are recalled through a mixture of colorful tales and factual data an excerpt reprinted from the rare book: History of Juab County, originally written and compiled by Alice Paxman McCune in 1947. The 143-page spiral bound book is 11" x 8 1/2 and is photocopied on 60# paper, with the print enlarged for easier reading. A vinyl sheet protects the front cover. Chapter titles include: Juab County, Nephi, Mona, Levan, Tintic District, Eureka, Mammoth, Silver City, Diamond, Knightsville, Mills, Settlements in Western Juab County, Ranching Settlements in Juab Valley, Mt. Nebo, A Tribute to Service Men and Women of Juab County and Juab County Company of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Names of service men and women from World War I and World War II are included. The book has many pictures, although they are not always very clear. Besides buildings, scenery, and group photos, they include identified pictures of many pioneers and early residents, including: Judge George W. Bradley, Timothy B. Foote, Neal Heywood, Harriet Ann Grace Pyper, David Cazier, Thomas Ord, Martha Spence Heywood, Charles Sperry Sr., Zelnora Webb (Ockey), William A.C. Bryan, William Warner Sr., Eliza Chapman Gadd, Gerusha Boswell, Joseph G. Bigler, Celia Cazier, Annie Sorenson, Susannah C. Garfield, Emma Jane Kay Carter, 'Grandma' Margarette Balisby Kay, Henry I. Young, James Wilson, Sylvester Pierce, Charles A. Mangelson, Richard H. Gardner, John Hendrickson, Ira Morgan, John Hofheins, Henry Malmgren, Hans J. Hassell, John Beck, D.A. Lasee, J.U. Morton, Jesse Knight, Susie B. Worwood, and Alice McCune. Seller Inventory # 000828

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Sotheby's - New York, Sale title - American Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture, Sale date - 10th March 1993, No. of lots - 175, No. of pages - Unpaginated, Illustrated in colour, INDEX American School Avery MilTOn Bartholomew Edward S Beal Reynolds BeauxGecilia Beckwit h Carrol Benton Thomas Marl Berninghaus Oscai' Id Birncy William Verplanck Black Laverne Nelson Blake lock Ralph Albert Bluemner Oscar Borglum GutZon BrieherAlli ed Thompson Brindesi Olympio A Brown Grafton Brown Henry BrownJohn G Brown William Mason Burt hlield Charles Butler Howard Russell Carr Samuel S Champney Benjamin Chapman Conrad Wise Clavcau Antoinc Coates Edmund C I Coleman Charles Caryl Crane Bruce Dallin Cyrus Darley ludix DaughterlyJames Henry DentinIt Charles Dickinson Fklwin Doghcrty Felix A DuMond Frank Vincent Fatrle Lawrence Carmichael Ebci le Abastenia St L ElwellDJerome Fart er Henry F'orster George Attributed to Freer Frederick W Frishmuth Harriet W Frost Arthur B Gammell RH Ives Gilford Robert Swain Grant Gordon Grosz George Guglielmi OLouis laic Philip Ieslie Hartley Marsdcn Heade MartinJohnson Hronings E Martin I Herler Albert Herzog IIcrman Hibbard Aldro Thompson I Hopper Fx I ward Jackson Harry JohansenJohn C Johnson David Jones high Bolton Kauba Carl KenseltJolm F Kingman Dong Knight Louis Aston Kuhii Wall Lambdin George C Laurence Sidney Lever Hayley Leyendeckcr Frank X Mat Donald-Wright Stanton MacNcill Herman Atkins Macrum George H Marble Arthur D MarinJohn MatulkaJan Melehers Gari Miller William Rickarby Moran Fklward Moses Anna Mary Robertson Mowbray Henry Siddons MurphyJohn Francis NicollJames Craig Oslhaus Edmund Palmer Walter Lannt I Pearson Marguerite Perry Enoch Wood Platt Charles Adam Pleissner Ogden M Pott hast Edward Powers Hiram Pratt Bi la Lyon Prentice Levi Wells Preston May Wilson Proctor Alexander Phimistcr RatlncrAbraham Remington Frederic Richards William Trost Ritschel William Rockwell Norman Roesen Severin Salmon Robert II Sample Paul Sayre F Grayson Schniidl Harold Von Shaw Charles Green Shccler Charles Silva F rancis A Sloanc Eric Smith Francis Hopkinson Smith Henry Pember Soyer Raphael StellaJoseph Sterner Albert Stuart Gilbert Tail Arthur E tryon Dwighl William Turner Charles Yardley Vedder Eliliu Walcott Harry Mills I Walker William Aiken Waters Susan Wat rous larry Waugh F rederick Weber Max Weir Julian Aldcn Wendt William Whitney Gertrude Vanderbill WhittcmorcJohn William Widforss Gunnar Wiggins Guy Witkowski Karl Wooster Austin Wyant Alexander H Wydeveld Arnoud Wyeth NC Weight: 485g. Seller Inventory # 37384

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About this Item: Dog Days Press, United States, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.A collaborative, non-profit anthology of literary submissions and the writing craft. Authors include: Nava Atlas, Dean Baris, Janet Bornstein, Paula J. Botch, Elizabeth Bullock, Sofija V. Canavan, Sally A. Connolly, Claire Cook, Katherine Critelli, Skip DeBrusk, Karyn Donahue, Bill Dunn, Harriet Emerson, Richard Fannoney, Robert Feeney, Dennis Feeney, Alessandra Fisher, Dave Fisher, Ralph Fletcher, Sarah Fox, Chris Fraas, Walter C. Frye, Elizabeth Evans Fryer, Frank M. Hynes, Marilyn Johnson, Robert Laplander, Valerie Lawson, Jamie Long, Heidi Marble, Mark McNulty, Robert McNulty, Richard Mills, Shea Mullaney, Erin O Brien, Jay O Callahan, April Parker, D. T. Pollard, Stephen Puleo, Chet Raymo, Jordan Rich, William Russo, Mike Ryan, Bob Sanchez, Jackson Sellers, Tucker Smallwood, Reed F. Stewart, Renee Summers, Michael Trainor, Kimmy Van Kooten, Caitlin Womersley, Alexander Woodbury and Virginia Young. The book encourages the writer in all of us to become engaged in literary pursuits. Seller Inventory # AAV9780615177601

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Webb Jr., Dr. Samuel L. [Editor]; Armbrester, Professor Margaret E. [Editor]; Brewer, Albert P. [Foreword]; Eskew, Glenn T. [Contributor]; Rogers Sr, William Warren [Contributor]; Grafton, Carl [Contributor]; Feldman, Glenn [Contributor]; Harvey Ph.D, Dr. Gordon E. [Contributor]; Bailey, Hugh [Contributor]; Flynt, Professor Wayne [Contributor]; Wiggins, Sarah Woolfolk [Contributor]; Amos Doss, Harriet E. [Contributor]; Rogers Jr, William Warren [Contributor]; Jackson III, Harvey H. [Contributor]; Atkins Ph.D., Dr. Leah Rawls [Contributor]; Thornton III, J. Mills [Contributor]; Breedlove, Michael [Contributor]; McKiven, Henry Mel [Contributor]; Ward, Robert D. [Contributor]; Stewart Ph.D., Dr. William H. [Contributor]; McDaniel, Mary Jane [C

Published by University Alabama Press (2001)

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Hsia, Tao-tai

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About this Item: Far Eastern Publications, Yale U, 1956. Spiral-bound. Condition: Very Good. Third Printing. No markings in book. Light shelf wear to edges. Laid in is a journal article from Far Eastern Quarterly, Vol. 16, 1956: Language Reform in China, Some Recent Developments by Harriet C. Mills (23 pages). Seller Inventory # mon0000003893

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Published by Dog Days Press

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About this Item: Dog Days Press. Paperback. Condition: New. 290 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.7in.A collaborative, non-profit anthology of literary submissions and the writing craft. Authors include: Nava Atlas, Dean Baris, Janet Bornstein, Paula J. Botch, Elizabeth Bullock, Sofija V. Canavan, Sally A. Connolly, Claire Cook, Katherine Critelli, Skip DeBrusk, Karyn Donahue, Bill Dunn, Harriet Emerson, Richard Fannoney, Robert Feeney, Dennis Feeney, Alessandra Fisher, Dave Fisher, Ralph Fletcher, Sarah Fox, Chris Fraas, Walter C. Frye, Elizabeth Evans Fryer, Frank M. Hynes, Marilyn Johnson, Robert Laplander, Valerie Lawson, Jamie Long, Heidi Marble, Mark McNulty, Robert McNulty, Richard Mills, Shea Mullaney, Erin OBrien, Jay OCallahan, April Parker, D. T. Pollard, Stephen Puleo, Chet Raymo, Jordan Rich, William Russo, Mike Ryan, Bob Sanchez, Jackson Sellers, Tucker Smallwood, Reed F. Stewart, Renee Summers, Michael Trainor, Kimmy Van Kooten, Caitlin Womersley, Alexander Woodbury and Virginia Young. The book encourages the writer in all of us to become engaged in literary pursuits. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Paperback. Seller Inventory # 9780615177601

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Published by Middletown (Connecticut), Wesleyan University Press (1976)

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About this Item: Middletown (Connecticut), Wesleyan University Press, 1976. Condition: Gut. 3 Hefte in 1 Band,. VI, 352 Seiten, **** Inhalt / Table of contents: FEBRUARY 1976: Articles: A. T. CLIMO and P. G. A. HOWELLS, Possible Worlds in Historical Explanation; ILSE N. BULHOF, Structure and Change in Wilhelm Dilthey's Philosophy of History; W. PAUL VOGT, The Uses of Studying Primitives: A Note on the Durkheimians, 1890-1940; PAUL HERNADI, Re-Presenting the Past: A Note on Narrative Historiography and Historical Drama; Review Essays: BURLEIGH TAYLOR WILKINS, Hegel's Philosophy of History and GEORGE DENNIS O'BRIEN, Hegel on Reason and History (Patrick Gardiner); MARY O. FURNER, Advocacy & Objectivity (Bari Watkins); BRYCE LYON, Henri Pirenne (Elizabeth A. R. Brown); SERGIO MORAVIA, Beobachtende Vernunft (Victor Gourevitch); MIKULÁS TEICH and ROBERT YOUNG, eds., Changing Perspectives in the History of Science (David A. Hollinger); JACQUES BARZUN, Clio and the Doctors and PETER GAY, Style in History (Robert D. Schulzinger); MAY 1976: Articles: JAMES MILLER Merleau-Ponty's Marxism: Between Phenomenology and the Hegelian Absolute; MARY FORRESTER, Practical Reasoning and Historical Inquiry; HARRY J. AUSMUS, Schopenhauer's View of History: A Note; Review of Reviews: JONATHAN M. WIENER, Social Origins of Dictatorship and Democracy, by Barrington Moore, Jr.; Review Essays: KARL ACHAM, Analytische Geschichtsphilosophie; LEON POMPA, Vico. A Study of the "New Science" (Hayden V. White); GEORG IGGERS, New Directions in European Historiography (Paul L. Ward); HARRY CLARK, A Venture in History (James J. Barnes); OCTOBER 1976: Articles: HARRIET GILLIAM, The Dialectics of Realism and Idealism in Modern Historiographic Theory; J. O. WISDOM, General Explanation in History; ROY ENFIELD, Marx and Historical Laws; PAUL MERRITT BASSETT, The Use of History in the Chronicon of Isidore of Seville; Review Essays: HERMAN SCHWENDINGER and JULIA R. SCHWENDINGER, The Sociologists of the Chair (Vernon K. Dibble); JEFFREY G. WILLIAMSON, Late Nineteenth-Century American Development (Lance E. Davis); BRUCE MAZLISH, James and John Stuart Mill (Joseph Hamburger); ANTONIA GRANSDEN, Historical Writing in England c. 550 - c. 1307 (Edmund Fryde); / Ausgeschiedene Bibliotheksdublette mit Stempel auf fliegendem Vorsatz. Kopfschnitt minimal angestaubt. Band in gutem Zustand. / Former duplicate of a library. Ink stamp on the front endpaper. Top edge slightly dusty. Else: Good condition. Sprache: Englisch Gewicht in Gramm: 990 Gr. 8°, goldgeprägter Halbleineneinband. Seller Inventory # 1000437

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Henry Mills Alden, editor; contributors include, George Parsons Lathrop, A Bowman Blake, Martha J. Lamb, W.H. Bishop, Constance Fenimore Woolson, Harriet Prescott Spofford, Lucy C. Lillie, et al

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, 1882. Original Wraps. Condition: Very Good. First printing. Single issue. Small quarto, 10 1/4" tall, pages 321 to 480 + ads, printed beige wraps. A very good clean sturdy issue with minor shelf wear and light exterior soiling, some chipping at the bottom of the spine, binding solid, paper lightly yellowed. This is an original issue and includes all of the editorial material (articles, stories, poetry, etc.) as well as the advertisements and covers. Note: ''Harper's Magazine' began publication in 1850 and recreated the American magazine, serving as a promotional vehicle for Harper and Brothers books as well as the new 'literary' fiction and essay of the time, using sophisticated illustration and the best authors. Subject matters range from art, fiction, and poetry to history and science. As such it makes a terrific read as an anthology of its moment in time. Including ''A Clever Town Built by Quakers' by Lathrop, 'French Political Leaders' by Blake, "American Life-saving Service' by Lamb, ''By The Winter's Moon' by Spofford , and 'Prudence: a story of Aesthetic London' by Lillie, etc. Seller Inventory # 21176

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Henry Mills Alden, editor; contributors include, John Austin Stevens, Sarah Orne Jewett, Frank H. Taylor, W.H. Bishop, Constance Fenimore Woolson, Harriet Prescott Spofford, Lucy C. Lillie, Howard Pyle et al

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About this Item: Harper & Brothers, New York, New York, 1882. Original Wraps. Condition: Very Good. First printing. Single issue. Small quarto, 10 1/4" tall, pages 481 to 640 + ads, printed beige wraps. A very good clean sturdy issue with minor shelf wear and light exterior soiling, some chipping at the bottom of the spine, binding solid, paper lightly yellowed. This is an original issue and includes all of the editorial material (articles, stories, poetry, etc.) as well as the advertisements and covers. Note: ''Harper's Magazine' began publication in 1850 and recreated the American magazine, serving as a promotional vehicle for Harper and Brothers books as well as the new 'literary' fiction and essay of the time, using sophisticated illustration and the best authors. Subject matters range from art, fiction, and poetry to history and science. As such it makes a terrific read as an anthology of its moment in time. Including ''Old New York Coffee Houses' by Stevens, 'Missing' a poem by Jewett, 'A Canadian Pilgrimage' by Taylor, 'Journeys and Country Life in Mexico' by Bishop, a portion of 'Anne' a novel by Woolson, and 'Prudence: a story of Aesthetic London' by Lillie, etc. Seller Inventory # 21177

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About this Item: Condition: Good. Christie's - New York, Sale title - Important American Paintings, Drawings and Sculpture of the 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries Date - 1st December 1989, No. of lots - 298, No. of pages - 277, 1 fold out, Illustrated in colour, , INDEX, Albert, Ernest, Alexander, John White, Avery, Milton 209,266, Bacon, Henry 48, Beai, Gifford 222, Bellow" Georgt: Wesley 237,238, Benson, Frank Weston 94, Bendey, John William 229, Benton, Thomas Hart 243, 245, 254, Berneker, Louis Frt"derick 259A, Bierstadt, Albert 30', 32, 33, 34, Birch, Thomas 5, Bisttram, Emil 274, B1uemner, Oscar 203, Boggs, Frank M yers 70, Bort"in, Edward 89,90, Boutelle, DeWitt Clinton 29, Bricher, Alfred Thompson 35,41,54, Brown, William Mason, Burchfield, Charles Ephraim , Buttersworth, James E, Cadmus, Paul 134,13'5, Carlsen, Soren Emil, Carr, SamueiS., Cassatt, Mary Stevenson, Champney, Benjamin, Chapman, Conrad Wise, Chase, William Merritt, Chnrch, Frederic Edwin, Clark, James Lippit, Coleman, Charles Caryl, Cooper, Colin Campbell, Copley, John Singleton, Craske, Leonard, Crawford,Ralston, Cropsey, Jasper Francis, Dasburg, Andrew, Daugherty, James Henry, Davis,Stuart, De Voll F. Usher, Demuth, Charles, Dickinson, Preston, Doughty, Thomas, Dunton, William Herbert 'Buck', Durand, Asher Brown, Durrie, George Henry, Eakins, Thomas, Ebert,Charles, Edmonds, Francis William, Enneking, John Joseph, Forster, George, Francis, John F., Frieseke, Frederick Cari, Frishmuth, Harriet Whitney, Giffard, Sanford Robinson, Glackens, William J, Glen, Robert, Gray, Henry Peters 15, Gropper, William 208, Gross, Chaim 174, Gwathmey, Robert 28S, Hansen, Herman Wendelborg, Harrison, Lowell Birge, Hart, James MacDougal, Hardey, Marsden 201,255, Haseltinte, William Stanley 56, Haseltine. Herbert 173, Hassam, FrederiekChilde, Heade, Manin Johnson, Hennings, Ernest Martin, Henri, Robert 2·, Henry, Edward Lamson 45, Herzog, Herman 62, Hibbard, Aldro Thompson 264, Hoffman, Malvina 172, Homer, Winslow ,1, Hopper, Edward 205, Houdon, jean-Antoine 12, Humphriss, Charles H. 101, Inness, George 31, Jackson. Harry 102, Johnson, David 27, Johnson, Frank Tenney 106, Johnson, Jonathan Eastman 42, Jones, Francis Coattes 64, Kaula, William., Kensett,John Frederick, King, Paul, Knight, Daniel Ridgway, Koch, John, Kroll, Abraham Leon, Kuhn, Walt, Kuniyoshi, Yasuo, Lachaise, Gaston, LaFarge,john, Lane, Fitz Hugh, Lawson, Ernest, Leigh, William Robinson, Lever, Richard Hayley, Luks, George Benjamin, Manship Paul Howard 163> 164, 165, Marin, John 197,199,200, Maurer, Alfred Henry 75,246, Miller, William Rickarby 18, Milles,Carl . 162, Mills, Clark 13, Moran, Thomas 78,87, 88, Moses, Anna Mary Robertson, (Grandma) 292,293,294, Mowbray, Henry Siddom 82, Murphy, Herman Dudley 263, Nadelman, Elie 129,130,131,132, Newell, Hugh, Nichols, Dale, O'Keeffe, Georgia, Oberteuffer, George, Parsons, Edith Baretto 168, Peak Charles Willson, Peak, Rcmbrandt, Pearson, Marguerite Stuber 259B, Peto,John Frederick 43, Picknell, William Lamb 67,259c, Potthast, Edward Henry 181,190,192, Prendergast, Maurice Brazil, Pushman, Hovsep 76, i7, Redfield, Edward Willis, Reid, Robert 219, Remington, Frederic Sackrider, Richards, William Trost 60, Ritman, Louis 211, Robinson, Theodore, Rockwell, Norman, Roesen, Severin 19, Russell, Charles Marion 91,115,116, Saint-Gaudens, Augustus 83,84, Salmon, Robert 8,9, Sample, Paul 265, Schofield, Walter Elmer 218, Schoonover, Frank Earle 92, Seitzer,Olaf Cari 104,105,113,114, Sheeler, Charles, Shinn, Everett, Sloan, John, Smith, Rosamond Lombard, Spencer, Lilly Martin, Stella,Joseph, Sully, Thomas, Symons, George Gardner, Tarbell, Charles Edmund 189, Thompson, Jerome 25, Thompson, Wordsworth 53, Tooker, George 153,154,155, Twachtman, John Henry, Ufer,Walter, Vedder, Elihu, Vonnoh, Robert William, Vonnoh, Bessie Potter, Ward, John Quincy Adams 85, Weber, Max 198, Weir, Julian Alden 175, Wendt, William 260, Whistler,James Abbott MeNeill 68, Whittredge, Thomas Worthingtoll, Wiggins, Seller Inventory # 13466

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