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Fuerst, Rene, editor

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About this Item: Softcover. Condition: Near Fine. First Edition. AMAZIND (Geneva) Bulletin 1 Autumn 1973, paperback, Near Fine (previous owner's name on front fly) , 48 pages, unmarked. AMAZON INDIGENOUS PEOPLE BRAZILLIAN INDIANS [ntsp]; A2831 F5f. Seller Inventory # 6918

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About this Item: (Government Printing Office), (Washington), 1895. 1st edition (presumed). 40 pp. 8-5/8" x 5-1/2" Evidence of Prior Binding with stab holes along side. Lightly tanned around edges, otherwise a clean VG+ copy. Drop title to beige printed paper. Seller Inventory # 38202

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Gaston Puel et Robert Lafont

Published by aux éditions de la Salamandre, à Paris (1962)

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About this Item: aux éditions de la Salamandre, à Paris, 1962. Broché. Condition: Très bon. In-8° Anthologie brochée de 56 pages. Avant-propos de Gaston Puel et Robert Lafont, notes de R. Lafont. Complet de son errata volant. Défauts minimes sur la couverture, sinon en très bon état. Nous diminuerons les frais de port indiqués. Seller Inventory # 011374

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christa brunswicker & david deitcher & simon njami & roger charbonney texte

Published by sida info doc suisse bern (1998)

ISBN 10: 3952007641 ISBN 13: 9783952007648

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About this Item: sida info doc suisse bern, 1998. Hardcover. Condition: Gut. Ohne Schutzumschlag. 1. Auflage. 180 seiten, sehr viele abbildungen, buchgröße 21,5 mal 27,5 cm, hardcover. Seller Inventory # ABE-8000264371

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About this Item: [Washington, D.C.], 1850. 1st printing thus. 17, [3 (blank)] pp. 8vo. 8-15/16" x 5-1/2" Binding remnants to spine. Some foxing. A Very Good copy. Printed self-wrappers, stab-sewn. Appears to have been previously bound with other material. Seller Inventory # 37834

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About this Item: No Publisher, Washington DC, 1883. Disbound. Condition: Very Good. Disbound pamphlet. 10 pp. A brief letter regarding how much money was paid to steamship companies to transport mail to foreign countries from the US. This letter is accompanied by an 8 page list, arranged by year, of the names of all the companies paid by the US. This list includes the sums. In VERY GOOD condition with binding holes present and minor creasing along the spine. Minor darkening. Seller Inventory # 003955

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About this Item: published 1846, 1846. 69 pp., 5 signatures with a cord binding very good condition, uncut pages, front page a bit darkened. Seller Inventory # 31651

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About this Item: Washington DC, 1835. Soft cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. 8vo, 72pp. Stitching gone. Seller Inventory # MNSF/20

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About this Item: 1858. Condition: Fair. Disbound, text intact with slight foxing. 3 foldout maps in very good condition. Seller Inventory # 48880

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About this Item: United States Government Printing Office, 1889. Hardcover. Condition: Good. B000YVTZXS Good+; Contents are tight and clean; First page shows a few small chips to edges; black covers; Hard Cover; United States Government Printing Office; 1889; 0. Seller Inventory # 46684

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STASSIN ED 2016

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About this Item: CEPADUES EDITIONS. Condition: As new. Etat de neuf / As new condition / Expédié de la SUISSE / Sent out from Switzerland 1Q93563 9782364935631 1,0 B 03/11/2016 0,51. Seller Inventory # 080118SER69233

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About this Item: 2 large folding maps, 9 x 5.75, removed, 7 pp, disbound, light staining at top else ok. Portage Lake is in Manistee County. Seller Inventory # 98-1796

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About this Item: Washington, D. C., 1858. Condition: Good. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. 68 pp. Bound in modern gray cloth covers w/ paper title label on spine (rubbed and chipped). Binding lightly soiled. Chipping to edges of front and rear blank endpapers. Faint dampstain at top margin of several leaves. Illust. w/ 3 folding maps in rear, which have some tears. Seller Inventory # 24770WHEUR

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About this Item: L'ETRAVE, 1964. Couverture souple. Condition: Moyen. R320034619: 28 + 4 pages - Nombreux dessins en noir et blanc in et hors texte - 1er plat illustré en bordeaux - Bandeau de routage conservé - plats partiellement desolidarisés du corps de l'ouvrage. REVUE DE LA NOUVELLE PLEIADE. In-4 Broché. Etat d'usage. Couv. convenable. Dos satisfaisant. Intérieur frais Classification Dewey : 70.49-Presse illustrée, magazines, revues. Seller Inventory # R320034619

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About this Item: Washington, May 12, 1840. 76pp, 8vo modern wrappers. KEYWORDS:united states/america. Seller Inventory # 54862

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STASSIN ED 2016

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ISBN 10: 2364935636 ISBN 13: 9782364935631

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About this Item: CEPADUES EDITIONS. 9782364935631 1Q93563 1,0 B 0,51 Etat de neuf / As new condition / Expédié de la SUISSE / Sent out from Switzerland. Seller Inventory # 080118SER69233

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About this Item: Government Printing Office (1866), Washington DC, 1866. None. Condition: Very good. 1st Edition. Pages 1 - 64. Disbound from a larger volume. No. covers. Very good. (135) The Document relates to the settlement and colonization of former slaves in such places Liberia, Haiti, Mexico, New Granada, etc. Seller Inventory # 007308

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About this Item: Printed by Gales & Seaton, Washington, 1828. Period blue paper wrappers. 1st edition (American Imprints 36504). 220 pp (including Index). Untrimmed. Folding table. 5 plates at rear (one folding). Woodcut p. 143. 8vo. Spine paper renewed, light brown in color. Period ownership signature of one "E Washburn". Very Good. Seller Inventory # 39777

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About this Item: Government Printing Office, Washington DC, 1852. Self-wraps. Condition: Fair. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. Unbound sheets. Several pages have minor loss at the edges although the last page (printed one side only) has considerable loss on left side dropping the first word from most text lines. Most pages appear to have been stuck together at lower left corner and roughly separated resulting to torn or missing corners to most pages (margin loss only). ; Large 8vo 9" - 10" tall; 33 pages. Seller Inventory # 870200

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FEULING, JIM, Introduction By, Blank Endpapers, Illustrated Throughout with Black and White Photographs, Originally This Book Publ. In 1946 & Written By Doc Ball, Including Some Beautiful Shots of the California Surfing Scene in the 1940's, with the Ol

Published by Ventura, CA: Pacific Publishing, (1995)

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About this Item: Ventura, CA: Pacific Publishing, 1995. Hard Cover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Thus. HBDJ, 1995, 1st Edition THUS, Text well bound, clean; Moderate shelfwear otherwise. DJ with some edge rubbing, & tiny pieces out Extremities DJ, ; now in new mylar wrapper.F/NF+, Blue Cloth lettered in Gold Gilt on Front, 103 pages, Interiro Nice tight clean,DJ has group picture at beach with Autos , sunbathers Watching Surfers in Ocean & Another Surfer, Swarts on Board by Himself. Seller Inventory # 22084

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FeULING, JIM, Introduction By, Blank Endpapers, Illustrated Throughout with Black and White Photographs, Originally This Book Publ. In 1946 & Written By Doc Ball, Including Some Beautiful Shots of the California Surfing Scene in the 1940's, with the Ol

Published by Ventura, CA: Pacific Publishing, (1995)

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About this Item: Ventura, CA: Pacific Publishing, 1995. Hard Cover. Condition: Fine. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. First Thus. HBDJ, 1995, 1st Edition THUS, Text well bound, clean; Moderate shelfwear otherwise. DJ with some edge rubbing, & tiny pieces out Extremities DJ, ; now in new mylar wrapper.F/NF+, Blue Cloth lettered in Gold Gilt on Front, 103 pages, Interiro Nice tight clean,DJ has group picture at beach with Autos , sunbathers Watching Surfers in Ocean & Another Surfer, Swarts on Board by Himself , includes info on George Freeth, the 1st Man to Ride Surfboard on California Coast & includes photo of him Taken in 1909, pictures inside of Tom Blake, Swarts, Jim Bailey & His Surfing Cocker Dog Rusty , Doc Ball, Harry Dunnigan, Mary Ann Morrissey, Johnny Gates ETC Also includes Malibu, Venice , Santa Cruz , Long Beach, Palos Verdes, Hermosa Beach, Dog Days at San ONofre, Barney Wilkes surfing dentist ETC, with the old cars on the beach and the bathing beauties of the era, and of course the surfing greats of California riding the waves. Seller Inventory # 22061

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About this Item: n/a, 1946. Hardcover. Condition: Good. n/a. Please feel free to request a detailed description. Short description (computer translated from Russian into English): Extract-information 1946g (Doc4) SKU26457120 Language: Russian (unless indicated otherwise by the description). Seller Inventory # 26457120

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About this Item: Moscow, 1994. Hardcover. Condition: Good. n/a. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. SKUALB20171122088bbf Language: Russian (unless indicated otherwise by the description). Seller Inventory # ALB20171122088bbf

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About this Item: n/a, 2008. Hardcover. Condition: Good. n/a. Please contact us for details on condition of available copies of the book. We have thousands of titles and often several copies of each title may be available. SKUALB2017112216d593 Language: Russian (unless indicated otherwise by the description). Seller Inventory # ALB2017112216d593

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About this Item: Washington, D.C., 1852. Soft Cover. Condition: Very Good. First Edition. Original Edition 33 pp., unbound, held with 1 cord; unopened, untrimmed pages; chipping to some margins; age-toning to text. The Secretary of State."requesting the President to communicate.all such information as 'may be in his possession, calculated to show the actual condition of things in the Territory of Utah, and especially to enable the House to ascertain whether the due execution of the laws of the United States has been resisted or obstructed; whether there has been any misapplication of the public funds; and whether the personal rights of our citizens have been interfered with in any manner'" 2 cc. in OCLC. Size: 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Seller Inventory # 30342

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About this Item: 1852. Unbound. Original edition. 33pp. Thin octavo [22 cm] Disbound. Very good. The pages are lightly browned. The top halves of the title page and the first couple of pages are subtly moisture stained, and the remaining pages are barely perceptibly moisture stained. Fales and Flake- Report on the actual conditions in Utah. John M. Bernhisel objects to the reports of returning territorial officers in Missouri papers and in the New York Herald being discussed before conditions are ascertained. "The letter-writer states, moreover, that at the celebration of the 24th of July, 'that the orator of the day spoke bitterly of the course of the United States toward the Church of Latter Day Saints, in taking a battalion of men from them for the war with Mexico, while on the banks of the Missouri River, in their flight from the mob at Nauvoo: that the government had devised the most wanton, cruel, and dastardly means for the accomplishment of their ruin, overthrow, and utter extermination; at which time also Governor ?Young denounced, in the most sacrilegious terms, President Taylor.'". Seller Inventory # 24573

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About this Item: 19 folding maps, 9 x 5.75, later plain wraps, 132 pp, uncut pages, small tear, slightly foxed, else vg. Seller Inventory # 98-1790

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About this Item: GPO, Washington, D. C., 1852. Hardcover. Condition: Good. 1st Edition. Washington, first edition, 515 pp., octavo, 22 x 13.5 cm., [Howes B200. WCB 216a, the 7 folding maps are MTW 703, 704, 705, 706, 712 717, 718,] In Executive Documents set. Ex library, with ink stamp on title page and elsewhere. Old calf with both covers detached, internally good. Seller Inventory # 000070

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REPORT ON JOSEPH BALESTIER'S MISSION TO SIAM]: Balestier, Joseph; Voorhees,

About this Item: Washington, D.C., 1852., 1852. Condition: Good. Washington, D.C., 1852. 1852. Good. - Octavo, 9-1/2 inches high by 6-1/8 inches wide. Softcover, unbound printed self-wraps consisting of 4 gatherings attached with a single stitch. 125 deckle-edged pages. The edges of the title page are soiled and darkened with a tear and chips to the top edge. The overlapping edges of several pages are chipped. Page 19 is tightly trimmed with minor loss to the text along the bottom edge and there is a tear to the bottom edge of another page. Good. President Millard Fillmore's report to Congress on the American mission sent to Bangkok, led by former American Consul to Singapore Joseph Balestier, in an effort to secure treaty arrangements to open trade with Siam. The report includes Balestier's correspondence and letters from 1849 through 1851 addressed to various American and Thai officials, including the U.S. Secretary of State, the Sultan of Bruni, the Siamese Commissioner of Naval Forces, U.S. Naval Commander P. F. Voorhees, and others. The correspondence often originates from aboard the U.S. Flagship Plymouth or from various Asian embassies.Although the first American ship reached Bangkok in 1821 and a Treaty of Amity and Commerce was signed between the U.S. and Siam in 1833, only 2 American vessels had traveled to Siam to trade between 1828 and 1836, and none from 1838 through 1850. In 1850, both the American and British governments sent missions to Bangkok seeking to negotiate new treaties. The American mission was led by Joseph Balestier, the former American Consul to Singapore.In the 1830's Joseph Balestier was one of the first men to own a 1,000-acre sugar cane plantation in Singapore. He was soon appointed Consul for the port of Rhiau and subsequently Singapore. He was a significant figure in Singapore and both a road and a district are named after him. In the latter part of the 1840's, business declined due to competition and lack of import privileges to the home market. Following the death of his wife, Paul Revere's daughter Maria Revere Balestier, he was forced to sell his entire property. He soon returned to Washington to convince Secretary of State Daniel Webster to send him on a diplomatic mission to South East Asia to negotiate treaties. However, the mission was beset by difficulties from the beginning. His relationship with Commodore P.F. Voorhees began badly and deteriorated as the voyage progressed. Balestier regularly communicated their disagreements to the Secretary of State, forwarding copies of his letters to Voorhees, thus aggravating the situation. Balestier blamed Voorhees for the failure of the mission, placing some of the blame on Voorhees' failure to send a military escort with him when he met with high-ranking officials. Voorhees had been loathe to endanger his men due to reports of a cholera epidemic. As the ship's tour was coming to an end and Vorhees and his crew were due back home, Balestier stayed on anticipating that a new American flagship would soon pick him up in Batavia. He spent six months waiting and, when word did reach him, it was to inform him that his mission had been terminated. The failure of the mission was not solely due to Balestier's disgreement with Voorhees. Not only was Siamese bureaucracy frustrating but, according to a letter produced by Voorhees, a Siamese admiral claimed that Balestier had been rude and insulting to his hosts. China's royal court had also refused to meet with him due to previous dealings with him in Singapore. Voorhees' version of events stirred up controversy in Washington and, on two occasions, the Senate asked to see Balestier's correspondence.RARE. WorldCat locates only 5 copies. Seller Inventory # 34305

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About this Item: Washington: War Department, 1893., 1893. 8vo., (8 6/8 x 5 6/8 inches). Fine large folding lithographed map of the Cherokee Strp by E.W. Wiggins (one or two separations at folds). Modern brown morocco backed marbled paper boards, gilt. In the 19th century the United States government resettled Native American tribes from "all parts of the country into Indian Territory. During this removal process, part of the northern portion of what is now Oklahoma was given by treaty to the Cherokee Nation as a "perpetual outlet west." Officially called the Cherokee Outlet, the region became known as the Cherokee Strip. Eventually, the federal government relocated "friendly tribes" such as the Osage, Kaw, Ponca, Pawnee, Nes Perce, Otoe-Missouria, and Tonkawa in the eastern part of the Outlet. After the Civil War, Texas cattlemen drove cattle herds to the railheads in Kansas for shipment to northern cities. By leasing the excellent grasslands in the Outlet to the Cherokee Strip Livestock Association, the Cherokee made a profit on their western lands. Pressure from "boomers" forced the Cherokee to sell the land to the federal government for $8,505,736 or about $1.40 per acre. The government was then free to open the area by land run to homesteaders.The land opened at noon on September 16, 1893, in the largest land run in history. By horse, train, wagon, and on foot more than 100,000 land hungry pioneers raced for 40,000 homesteads and the valuable town lots" (Cherokee Strip Museum online). The large map of the so-called Cherokee Strip in Kansas shows the property for sale in lots at between $2.50 and $1.50 an acre. The report contains a documentary record through letters and sworn testimony of the army's role in regards to events occurring during the opening of the so-called Cherokee Strip of northern Oklahoma to homesteaders in September, 1893. More than 100,000 pioneers competed for the newly available lots and accusations of excessive use of force were brought by prospective settlers against the army. Seller Inventory # 72lib983

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