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BRATTLEBORO WINDHAM COUNTY; VERMONT, EARLY HISTORY Biographical Sketches  of Some of its Citizens by  Henry Burnham - First Edition - 1889 - from Nick Bikoff, Bookseller and Biblio.co.uk

BRATTLEBORO WINDHAM COUNTY; VERMONT, EARLY HISTORY Biographical Sketches of Some of its Citizens

by Burnham, Henry

Condition: Very Good+


Brattleboro, Vermont: D. Leonard. Very Good+. 1889. First Edition. Hardcover. Clean mustard color cloth with gilt lettering. Text tight, clean & intact. Decorated endpapers. Illustrated with engraved portraits. Pages printed in two column form. The town derives its name from William Brattle from Massachusetts. Population, almost 6000. Charter by King George the II, 1753. New England ; Portraits; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 191 pages .


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