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A Record of the Dedication of the Statue of Major General William Francis Bartlett: A Tribute of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts May - 27 - 1904

Boston: Printed By Order of the Governor and Council By Wright and Potter Company. Very Good with no dust jacket; Light cover soil, edges and corners bumped . and rubbed.. 1905. First Printing. Hardcover. Blue cloth, top edges gilt top. Black and white frontispiece photo with tissue guard, black and white photos and illustrations. A listing of all the events surrounding the construction and placement of the statue of Major General William Francis Bartlett which was cast in bronze by Daniel Chester French and resides in the Massachusetts State House. ; 82 pages .

$50.00

The Early History of New England:  Illustrated by Numerous Interesting  Incidents
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The Early History of New England: Illustrated by Numerous Interesting Incidents

By White, Rev. Henry

Concord, NH: I. S. Boyd. Fair with no dust jacket; Boards worn, front hinge cracked and tender, . owner penciled book return policies and other writing on front endpapers, . front flyleaf, and rear flyleaf, spine cracked, foxing.. 1841. Fourth Edition. Hardcover. Original brown leather binding. Spine label perished. Howes W 356. Sabin 103387. ; 420 pages .

$30.00

Change and Continuity:  A Pictorial History of the Boston Anthenaeum
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Change and Continuity: A Pictorial History of the Boston Anthenaeum

By Knowles, Jane S.

Boston: Boston Athenaeum. Very Good; Corners lightly rubbed.. 1991. Third Printing. Softcover. 0934552320 . Black and white photographs and illustrations. Selections from an exhibition held in December, 1976 by one of the oldest independent libraries in the United States known for its Renaissance architecture, rare book collection, and diverse art collection. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 31 pages .

$15.00

Old Boston Days and Ways
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Old Boston Days and Ways

By Crawford, Mary Caroline

Boston: Little, Brown, and Company. Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards rubbed, some pages unopened.. 1910. early printing. Hardcover. Blue decorative cloth with b/w portrait inset at center of front cover. Top edges gilt. Xv, 463 pp, index. Many illustrations and photos. .

$17.00

The Changing Face of New England
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The Changing Face of New England

By Thomson, Betty Flanders

NY: The Macmillan Company. Good in Good dust jacket; Boards rubbed, corners bumped, endpapers toned. . Jacket price-clipped, chipped with closed tears.. 1958. First Printing. Hardcover. Gray cloth. ix, 188 pages. Black and white illustrations and index. A descriptive portrait of a region marked by exceptional variety of landscape as it is and as it used to be. Author inscription to fellow author Leon A. Hausman on front free endpaper. .

$15.00

The Story of Cape Cod
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The Story of Cape Cod

By Freeman, Edwin Amos

Private Printing. Very Good; Covers creased, sunned and worn, faint owner name on front . cover.. N.D.. Softcover. Circa 1930s stapled printed wraps tourism brochure promoting summers at Cape Cod and describing the attractions of the various towns. Unpaginated, approximately 120 pp. Many black and white photos and vintage ads, including two-page center color ad for Ocean Spray cranberry sauce. Color frontispiece illustration of Cape Cod wharf scene by Gerrit A. Beneker. Color folding map of Cape Cod at rear. .

$20.00

John Gilley:  Maine Farmer and Fisherman
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John Gilley: Maine Farmer and Fisherman

By Eliot, Charles W.

Boston: American Unitarian Association. Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards lightly worn, front hinge tender.. 1904. Second Printing. Hardcover. Green decorative cloth. Top edges gilt. The first volume in the publishers True American Types series about Americans of humble origins. Eliot was a longtime Harvard University president who originally published this biography in Century Magazine in 1899. ; True American Types; 72 pages .

$20.00

A Wonderland of the East:  Comprising the Lake and Mountain Region of New  England and Eastern New York
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A Wonderland of the East: Comprising the Lake and Mountain Region of New England and Eastern New York

By Kitchin, William Copeman

Boston: The Page Company. Fair with no dust jacket; Hinges cracked, one plate loose, boards rubbed.. 1920. First Edition. Hardcover. Decorative brown cloth binding. Top edges gilt. Illlustrated endpapers. Many plates, including 6 in color, maps, photos. A driving tour of New England and upstate New York. ; See America First; 331 pages .

$30.00

Dealings with the Dead, in Two Volumes
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Dealings with the Dead, in Two Volumes

By A Sexton Of The Old School; [Lucius Manlius Sargent]

Boston: Dutton and Wentworth. Very Good with no dust jacket; Minor wear to boards, pages toned.. 1856. First Edition. Hardcover. A married set of first editions with Volume One bound in brown blindstamped cloth and Volume Two bound in maroon blindstamped cloth. 350 pp; 351-698 pp, index. Vol. I bears armorial bookplate of T. Bigelow Lawrence on front pastedown and has engraved frontispiece of man at desk with books and engraved title page featuring man digging in graveyard. A collection of essays, previously published in the Boston Evening Transcript, which discuss burial and funeral practices of various cultures and eras, his opinions and prejudices about various ethnic groups, criminal justice, Boston society, ghosts, literature, and social history. Gilt titles on spines. Sabin 77004. .

$125.00

The British Invasion of New Haven, Connecticut,  Together with Some  Account of Their Landing and Burning the Towns of Fairfield and Norwalk,  July, 1779
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The British Invasion of New Haven, Connecticut, Together with Some Account of Their Landing and Burning the Towns of Fairfield and Norwalk, July, 1779

By Townshend, Charles Hervey

New Haven, CT: Self Published. Good; Covers heavily chipped, spine half perished, soiling and foxing to . first and last several leaves.. 1879. Softcover. Printed gray softcover with gilt border on front cover and engraving of New Havens The Green on rear cover. Two maps and three other black and white plates. Errata slip bound in at rear. Detailed historical account of the British and Loyalist invasion of New Haven, Connecticut in the waning years of the Revolutionary War. ; 112 pages .

$80.00

Chronicles of Peterborough
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Chronicles of Peterborough

By Kinscella, Ella Gertrude; Kinscella, Hazel Gertrude

Self Published. Very Good; Chipped at spine, light toning to covers.. N.D.. Softcover. Circa 1900. Brown printed stapled card covers. Measures 7 x 5 inches. A descriptive history of Peterborough, New Hampshire, with a focus on social customs, stories of early settlers, and description of historic buildings. WorldCat only locates four copies and no other copies are presently offered for sale in the trade. No copies held by AAS. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 31 pages .

$40.00

The Franconian Gateway and Region of Lost River
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The Franconian Gateway and Region of Lost River

By Browne, G. Waldo

Manchester, NH: Standard Book Company. Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards rubbed.. 1926. First Edition. Hardcover. Maroon cloth with titles in black on front boards and spine. Many black and white illustrations and photos. ; Rivers of New England; 155 pages .

$20.00

Stories of Old New Haven
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Stories of Old New Haven

By Baldwin, Ernest H.

Taunton, MA: C. A. Hack and Son, Publishers. Very Good with no dust jacket; Spine faded, boards worn, owner name on . front pastedown endpaper. 1907. Second Edition; Second Printing. Hardcover. Gilt-decorated green cloth binding. Many illustrations and photos. "With a Merry Christmas from the Author" inscribed on front free endpaper. A history of New Haven, Connecticut. ; 203 pages; Signed by Author .

$30.00

Stories of Old New Haven
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Stories of Old New Haven

By Baldwin, Ernest H.

NY: Abbey Press. Good with no dust jacket; Boards worn, bookplate on front pastedown, gift . inscription on front free endpaper, hinges cracked. 1902. First Edition. Hardcover. Gilt-decorated blue cloth binding. Many illustrations and photos. A history of New Haven, Connecticut. ; 204 pages .

$20.00

North Haven, Connecticut (The Beginning) :  For Young North Haveners!
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North Haven, Connecticut (The Beginning) : For Young North Haveners!

By Gardner, Grace H.

Self Published. Very Good; Endpapers foxed.. 1980. Softcover. Green softcover. Inscribed by the author on the title page. Bibliography, photos, illustrations. A history of North Haven, Connecticut for younger readers. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 64 pages; Signed by Author .

$30.00

Mrs. Appleyard\'s Year
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Mrs. Appleyard's Year

By Kent, Louise Andrews; Campion, Polly Kent

Boston: Houghton Mifflin Company. Good with no dust jacket; Spine sunned, boards lightly soiled, owner . bookplate on front pastedown endpaper.. 1941. Hardcover. Orange cloth binding. Color frontispiece. Describes the seasons at the author's Vermont farmhouse. ; 195 pages .

$10.00

Darien: 1641-1820-1970 Historical Sketches
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Darien: 1641-1820-1970 Historical Sketches

By McPherson, Bertha Mather (editor)

Darien, CT: Darien Historical Society. Very Good with no dust jacket; Page edges dust spotted.. 1970. First Printing. Hardcover. Red cloth. viii, 123 pages. Black and white frontispiece photograph, map, black and white photographs and illustrations, and index. To celebrate the 150th anniversary of the town's incorporation, the Darien Historical Society put together this volume which is part historical summary as well as a collection of articles that had appeared in the Society's Annual. .

$15.00

Litchfield:  Portrait of a Beautiful Town
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Litchfield: Portrait of a Beautiful Town

By Shepherd, Henry L.

Litchfield, CT: Self Published. Very Good; Covers lightly soiled.. 1969. First Printing. Softcover. Pictorial softcover. Black and white pencil drawings with tissue guards, acknowledgements. Topics covered include nautical aspects, Litchfield in the Revolution, Camp Dutton, and reminiscences from local writers. ; 152 pages .

$10.00

Pictorial Connecticut
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Pictorial Connecticut

By Willard, Lawrence F. ; Sizer, Alvin V.

New Haven, CT: College and University Press. Very Good in Very Good dust jacket; Slight foxing at spine, inscribed by . both contributors on front free endpaper, jacket toned.. 1962. First Printing. Hardcover. 0808402463 . Blue and white cloth boards. Black and white photographs. Urban and rural scenes of Connecticut presented by staff members of the New Haven Register. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 254 pages .

$45.00

Historic Gleanings in Windham County, Connecticut
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Historic Gleanings in Windham County, Connecticut

By Larned, Ellen D.

Providence, RI: Preston and Rounds Company. Very Good with no dust jacket; Boards rubbed, small amount of insect . damage at top of front hinge.. 1899. First Edition. Hardcover. Blue cloth with titles stamped in gilt on front boards and spine. Index, 10 pp of publisher's ads at rear. A collection of essays about famous men and women of Windham County, Connecticut, as well as other events and lore in its history. ; 254 pages .

$50.00

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