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To Kill a Mockingbird -- 35th Anniversary Edition by Harper Lee

New York, New York: HarperCollins Publishers, 1995. VF/VF/ first printing of this edition. An absolutely beautiful copy--clean and square with perfect corners. No wear to jacket, price intact, no fading. Book is paper over boards, with cloth over spine, g...

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$1,250.00


History of the First Kentucky Brigade by Ed. Porter Thompson

Cincinnati: Caxton Publishing House, 1868. G+/1st ed./0. A pretty well preserved copy. Leather embossed covers are firmly attached with title in gilt on spine all present and still pretty bright along with several decorations. Hinges on both front an...

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$500.00


The Cajuns: A People's Story of Exile and Triumph by Dean Jobb

Hoboken NJ: John Wiley and Sons, 2005. VF/VF/1st ed., 1st prntng. The true story of the Arcadian people's removal from the Canadian east coast starting in 1775. Book condiiton is pristine; square clean and tight; never read. Jacket is likewise; clea...

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$450.00


Over Home: The Heritage of Pinckneys of Pinckney Colony, Bluffton, South Carolina by Mary Pinckney Powell (SIGNED)

Columbia South Carolina: R.L. Bryan Company, 1982. VG+/VG+/1st ed./Signed. Signed by the author and her second husband on the front free endpaper to a relative of a family friend. A good solid copy with a few pen marks underlining text in the back half of...

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$400.00


Historic Memory Hill Cemetery Milledgeville, Georgia 1804-1997 by Susan Harrington, Hugh T. Harrington, Florida Moore Gardner

Milledgeville Ga.: Boyd Publishing Company, Inc., 1998. NF/0/1st ed. Clean and tight--just the thing if you like to buy your research material by the pound! This hefty volume is in excellent shape; it has some shallow abrasions on the front cover-you ...

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$350.00


The Story of a Cannoneer Under Stonewall Jackson by Edward A. Moore

Lynchburg, Virginia: J.P. Bell Company, 1910. VG/0/1st ed. The only thing wrong with this copy is wear to the cloth over boards, and not a whole lot of that. Even the tissue paper over the front portrait of Stonewall Jackson is spotless. Nary a spot...

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$350.00


Telephone Directory of Jacksonville Fla. Winter-Spring, 1931 (Includes Jacksonville Beach, Baldwin, Orange Park, Penney Farms, Green Cove Springs ) by Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Co

Southern Bell Telephone, 1931. VG/1931. Sixty one pages of phone numbers and advertisements. Very clean, no marking to interior or exterior. Some wrinkling to cover, with a few very small soiled spots. Included is a orange paper label for the Jacksonville...

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$350.00


History of Ware County Georgia by Laura Singleton Walker

Macon, Georgia: J.W. Burke Company, 1934. VG/1st ed./Signed. A nice looking solid copy with a little wear. Hard to come by. Some molting to the cloth covering the spine, and a small hole in spine on the back side. Gilt lettering on front cover is b...

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$325.00


History and Published Records of the Midway Congregational Church Liberty County, Georgia by James Stacy

Spartanburg, SC: The Reprint Company Publishers, 1979. NF/VG+/1979 reprint. This reprint edition of the History, Addenda, and Records of Midway Church brings together in one volume three separate publications relating to the story of this historic old chu...

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$325.00


William Jay Itinerant English Architect 1792 - 1837 by Hanna Hryniewiecka Lerski

Latham, MD: University Press of America, 1983. NF/1st ed. An excellent copy--clean, square, tight, sharp cornered. No markings with the exception of the previous owner's nicely written name on front free endpaper. Pages are a brilliant white. 353p...

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$300.00


Georgia's Coastal Plain: A History by Jack N. Averitt

New York, New York: Lewis Historical Publishing Company, 1964. VG+/First Edition. The three volume set published in 1964 from the Lewis Historical Publishing Company. All three volumes have gold lettering on spine, and very light shelf wear which co...

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$300.00


Hold At All Hazards: The Story of the 29th Alabama Infantry Regiment 1861 - 1865 by William A. Zorn

Jesup Georgia: Privately Published, 1987. VG/0/1st ed. Very nice copy of this hard to come by regimental. Book is clean and tight, sharp cornered, all gilt visible on spine and front. Short inscription to previous owner on front free end paper; one ...

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$295.00


The Flemington Martins by Arthur Morrison Martin

Columbia SC: The State Printing Company, 1970. VG/VG/1st ed. A very scarce genealogy book, which chronicles the Martin family: John Martin, his wife Jane Martin, who was the daughter of Martin Martin, whose family had been here a generation or two, an...

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$250.00


History of Turner County (Georgia) by John Ben Pate

Atlanta Georgia: Stein Printing Company, 1933. VG/1st edition. A solid copy of the 1933 first edition of John Ben Pate's self published county history. Maroon cloth over boards with gold gilt lettering on front and smaller black lettering down the spi...

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$250.00


Men and Things: Being Reminiscent, Biographical and Historical by Hiram P. Bell

Atlanta Georgia: Foote and Davies Company, 1907. VG+/0/1st ed. A very nice copy of Hiram P. Bell's autobiography. Dark green cloth covers with light shelf wear, bright gilt title on front panel. Title on spine still bright, name readable only. No brea...

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$200.00


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