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Hearing Before the Committee on Commerce United States Senate Ninety-Second Congress Second Session on Provisional U.S. Charts Delimiting Alaskan Territorial Boundaries - May 15, 1972 - Serial No. 92-69
Washington: U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 1972. 1st Edition. Paperback. 15x23cm. Black printed titles on limp green card covers; signs of use at edges, creases at rear, marks at head of spine; most of content very good or better, but for some staining at rear (without obscuring text); pocket at back cover holds 24 maps.. Good .
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Book number: MPS2476
GBP 31.70 [Appr.: EURO 36 US$ 39.37 | JP¥ 4260]
Keywords: Usa United States Senate Report Congress Alskan Territorial Boundaries Delimitation Delimiting

Land of Savagery - Land of Promise; the European Image of the American Frontier in the Nineteenth Century
Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 1985. 1st UNIVERSITY OF OKLAHOMA PRESS PAPERBA. Paperback. 15.3x23.2CM. ".presents a fresh view of the American frontier, as it was seen by literate Europeans during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. In his research, Ray Allen Billington, "the premier frontier historian in the United States," read what a typical European would have read about America: travel accounts, guidebooks, "America letters," promotional literature of land and railroad companies, propaganda of territorial and state immigration agencies, emigration newspapers, and fiction. Two concepts of the American frontier emerged from those sources: America was both a land of promise, where prosperity and liberty awaited Europe's downtrodden." Seemingly unread, tight and true, bright covers, rear lower fore edge corner creased, discoloured rectangle on rear over ISBN from sticker removal; old erased pencilled price faintly visible on half title page.. Very Good to Near Fine .
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Book number: MPS3687
GBP 9.20 [Appr.: EURO 10.5 US$ 11.43 | JP¥ 1236]
Keywords: Early American History Life and Customs Perception Abroad in Europe Billington 19th Nineteenth Century Native Novelist Geography Exploration

Columbia from Discovery in 1492 to the World's Columbian Exposition, 1892.
Philadelphia: J. E. Hanna & Co, 1893. 1st. Hardcover. 6 1/2" x 8 3/4". Detached brown leather boards with embossed line illustrations depicting men bearing swords and American Government building, "COLOMBIA" title in gilt gold and "1492" & "1892" in silver on front, border and pattern embossed on rear; spine covering lost; boards are worn and discoloured around edges; page block binding is sound, few early pages bear tiny nick at fore edge, few later pages are creased at top corner, otherwise clean and straight.. Damaged/good to Very Good .
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Book number: MPS984
GBP 36.70 [Appr.: EURO 41.5 US$ 45.58 | JP¥ 4931]
Keywords: America Columbus Colombia Discovery Exposition Federal Government National Independence Administration Washington Harrison Portrait Engraving

Les Voyages Du Sieur de Champlain - March of America Facsimile Series Number 20
USA: University Microfilms, Inc, 1966. Facsimile Reprint. Hardcover. 16x24cm. ".published at Paris in 1613, was one of several books which the French navigator Samuel de Champlain wrote about his explorations in North America. As the first person to make public a detailed description of the coasts of Nova Scotia and New England, and as the founder of the first permanent French settlement in the New World at Quebec, Champlain's accounts possess a particular interest and value." Ex-college copy, minimal effects, discoloured rectangle at base of spine where sticker removed (no damage), college stamp on top of withdrawn stamp on title page, five digit ink stamp and erased pencilled code visible on publisher page. Blue cloth, silver titling, slight blemish at fore edge of front free endpaper, edges of page block bear spots and some marks, red top is partially faded; binding sound, main content fine. 900g.. Very Good .
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Book number: MPS3669
GBP 5.70 [Appr.: EURO 6.5 US$ 7.08 | JP¥ 766]
Keywords: Xerox Facsimile Reprint Microfilms Usa Ann Arbor Blue Champlain Voyage 17th Seventeenth Century French Navigator Exporation North America

Mercer's Belles . The Journal of a Reporter .
Washington: Washington State University Press, 1993. Second Printing. Paperback. 15x23cm. Paperback in VERY GOOD condition.Minor handling wear to covers with remains of sticker on the front cover.Contents all clean and bright appears unread . With 147 pages includes bibliographical references and Index. The story of Asa Mercer's efforts to transport prospective wives to the Pacific Northwest occupies an important and interesting niche in regional history. Conant's journal , along with Deutsch's notes , appendices , and introduction , still provides the best source of information on the event.. Very Good .
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Book number: DG293
GBP 5.00 [Appr.: EURO 5.75 US$ 6.21 | JP¥ 672]
Keywords: Voyages to the Pacific Coast. Description and Travel. Coast.

The Russian Discoveries between Asia and America
USA: University Microfilms, Inc, 1966. FACSIMILE. Hardcover. 18.5x26.8CM. MARCH OF AMERICA FACSIMILE SERIES #40; ex college library copy carefully used if at all; blue cloth, silver/gilt titling front and spine, no edgewear, red top of page block faded, darkened patches at base of spine where stickers removed; one college ink stamp on title page, five digit ink stamp and pencilled code on publisher page, slight remains of pastedown removed from rear free endpaper; main content fine, light spotting to fore edge of page block.. Very Good .
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Book number: MPS3772
GBP 6.70 [Appr.: EURO 7.75 US$ 8.32 | JP¥ 900]
Keywords: March of America Series Coxe Russian Discoveries Asia Pacific 18th Eighteenth Century Chinese German Siberia

The End of the Hamptons: Scenes from the Class Struggle in America's Paradise
New York, New York, U.S.A.: New York University Press, 2005. 1st Edition. Paperback. 15x22.5cm. "In this absorbing account of New York's famous vacation playground, Corey Dolgon goes beyond the celebrity tales and polo games to tell us the story of this complex and contentious land. From the displacement of Native Americans by the Puritans to the first wave of Manhattan elites who built the Summer Colony, to the current infusion of telecommuting Manhattanites who now want to live there year-round, the story of the Hamptons is a vicious cycle of supposed paradise lost." Minor signs of use or handling to fore edge corners, but no crease to spine; previous owner's inscription on rear endpaper, main content clean.. Very Good .
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Book number: MPS2574
GBP 5.70 [Appr.: EURO 6.5 US$ 7.08 | JP¥ 766]
Keywords: Hamptons American History Political Economic Analysis Manhattan Long Island Ethnic Society Native Summer Colony New York

Journal of Arthur Fallows
USA: University Microfilms, Inc, 1966. FACSIMILE. Hardcover. 14.5x21.5cm. "Unlike the French, who possessed a natural highway into the interior of North America via the St. Lawrence River and the Great Lakes, the English colonists of the 17th century confronted a formidable barrier to westward expansion by reason of the Appalachian Mountains. Curiosity to discover what lay on the other side of the mountains was keen, however. Some speculated that "the Indian Ocean" might stretch an Arm or Bay from California into the Continent as far as the Apalatean Mountains." John Lederer, a German explorer who had come to Virginia, held this opinion and attempted three times in 1669 and 1670 to cross the mountain chain, but without success. The first successful crossing of the Appalachians of which we have any record was not accomplished until 1671. Robert Fallows (Fallam), a member of the party which performed that feat, wrote the journal reproduced here." MARCH OF AMERICA FACSIMILE SERIES #33; ex college library carefully used if at all; blue cloth, gilt/silver titling front and spine, darkened areas on front near head of spine where stickers removed, negligible similar strip near base of spine, no edgewear, binding sound; one college stamp on title page, five digit ink stamp and pencilled code on publisher page, partial remains of pastedown top of rear free endpaper, main content fine.. Very Good .
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Book number: MPS3770
GBP 5.20 [Appr.: EURO 6 US$ 6.46 | JP¥ 699]
Keywords: Microfilms Xerox Ann Arbor Facsimile March of America History Journal Anthropologiy Arthur Fallows Appalacian Mountains

Report of the Operations of the U.S. Revenue Steamer Nunivak on the Yukon River Station, Alaska, 1899 - 1901. & Thirteenth Annual Report on Introduction of Domestic Reindeer Into Alaska, with Map and Illustrations
Washington: GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE, 1904. 1st Edition. Hardcover. 16x24cm. Senate report, 58th congress, 2d session, document no. 155; 325 pages.followed by THIRTEENTH ANNUAL REPORT ON INTRODUCTION OF DOMESTIC REINDEER INTO ALASKA, WITH MAP AND ILLUSTRATIONS, BY SHELDON JACKSON, LL. D, GENERAL AGENT OF EDUCATION IN ALASKA. 1903. (PUBLISHED IN 1904.) Greyish-beige boards, gilt titles on spine in one red, one brown and one black panel, each with gilt bands, cracking to brown panel suggesting leather (?), spine also bears printed number at top (4599) and LIBRARY OF CONGRESS at base; faintly soiled externally; binding firm; pastedown to inside front cover with printed Library of Congress design plus catalogue stamps and handwritten number; spine edge of first title page marked along thin strip of paper being either lost page or manufacturing imperfection. Over two kilograms, so extra postage fee request upon ordering is likely.. Good to Very Good .
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Book number: MPS2541
GBP 60.00 [Appr.: EURO 67.75 US$ 74.51 | JP¥ 8062]
Keywords: American Senate Report Washington Government Printing Office Domestic Reindeer Alaska Operations Revenue Steamer Nunivak Yukon River

A Condensed History and Geography of the Western States or the Mississippi Valley Volume One
Florida: Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints, 1970. Hardcover. 5 3/4" x 8 3/4". Red boards, silver titles on spine; slight signs of handling to ends of spine; old price in blue to front endpaper, otherwise clean, straight and tight book.. Near Fine .
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Book number: MPS974
GBP 22.70 [Appr.: EURO 25.75 US$ 28.19 | JP¥ 3050]
Keywords: Geography History America Mississippi

A Random Record of Travel During Fifty Years
New York: Oxford University Press for the British Academy, 1925. Hardcover. 15x22cm. Owner's stamp on title page. vii and 241 pp. 28 black and white photographic illustrations. A chapter on travels across America, including a Pawnee reservation in 1870. Also chapters on the Mediterranean, northern Europe, Cuba, Mexico, Pamama and Hawaii, and the Far East. Dark green boards, gilt titling on spine.. Very Good .
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Book number: 01577
GBP 9.00 [Appr.: EURO 10.25 US$ 11.18 | JP¥ 1209]
Keywords: Pawnee Reservation, American Indian History, Travel Scandinavia Foulke

Western Places, American Myths : How We Think About the West
Reno & LAS VEGAS: University of Nevada Press, 2003. 1ST EDITION, 1ST PRINTING. Hardcover. 16x24cm. "Hausladen.states, "The power and importance of the American West, ambiguous or not, cannot be overstated. Not just a real geographic region, the West is a mythic concept that repeatedly transcends simple historical-geographical description. For Americans, the West is part of our psyche, an essential part of who we are as a people." Unread - like new.. Fine .
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Book number: MPS3645
GBP 17.70 [Appr.: EURO 20 US$ 21.98 | JP¥ 2378]
Keywords: American West Myths Perception Culture History Geography Analysis Hausladen Essays Ethnology Frontier Pioneer Life Ethnic Relations Travel Regionalism

The American Indian
USA: Clio Press, 1974. Paperback. 15.5x23cm. This book contains Essays from Pacific Historical Review.Small amount of edgewear and pageblock is a bit grubby. Spine faded . All else clean , bright and tight with no inscriptions.With 151 pages including Index .Foreword by Vine Deloria Jr. Here is a fresh , functional collection that focuses on the Indian as an integral part of the "Fourth World " movement .. Good .
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Book number: dg316
GBP 10.00 [Appr.: EURO 11.5 US$ 12.42 | JP¥ 1344]
Keywords: Essays. American Indians. Indian Literature.

A History of New-York, from the Beginning of the World to the End of the Dutch Dynasty.
London: Printed for Thomas Tegg, 73, Cheapside; Rodwell and Martin, Bond Street: Also, R. Griffin and Co. Glasgow, 1824. Hardcover. 12x18.6cm. Title continues, "Containing, among many surprising and curious matters, the unutterable ponderings of William the Doubter, the disastrous projects of William the Testy, and the chivalric achievements of Peter the Headstrong, the three Dutch governors of New-Amsterdam; being the only Authentic History of the Times that ever hath been published." Front board binding is fragile, held by three threads only; significant wear and losses to backstrip, boards are almost wholly edgeworn, with brown leather spine and corners with degraded/rubbed/marked marbled paper inserts. Hand drawn crest and ghosting of pencilled inscription and drawing of a head on inside front cover, "a+" pencilled to top corner of reverse of front free endpaper, previous owner name top of second endpaper, intials penned top of title page. Minor to moderate spotting throughout most of text; 368 pp.. Fair .
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Book number: MPS4329
GBP 26.70 [Appr.: EURO 30.25 US$ 33.16 | JP¥ 3588]
Keywords: Nineteenth Century Publishers American History New York Dutch Period Amsterdam North East Coast Manhattan Knickerbocker

Early American Inns and Taverns
USA: Tudor Publishing Co, 1935. Hardcover. 6 1/2" x 9 1/2". Blue boards with fine gilt on front, dulled gilt on darkened spine showing handling wear at ends; content clean and straight, binding sound.. Good to Very Good .
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Book number: MPS1062
GBP 5.00 [Appr.: EURO 5.75 US$ 6.21 | JP¥ 672]
Keywords: American History Inns Taverns Eating Drink Travel Rest Stop

Eight Months in Illinois
USA: University Microfilms, Inc, 1966. FACSIMILE. Hardcover. 12x17cm. "In December of 1841, William Oliver, an Englishman, set out from New York City on a trip to the Midwest which allowed him to spend several months in the state of Illinois. Upon his return to England so many persons interested in emigrating to America questioned him about conditions there that he decided to publish an account of what he had seen. The "poorer classes" in England were those for whom he wrote primarily. Although his Eight Months in Illinois; With Information To Emigrants (published in 1843) contains a great variety of information about life in America, it is especially valuable for its picture of economic conditions in the state of Illinois." MARCH OF AMERICA FACSIMILE SERIES number 81. Ex college copy, little used, blue cloth, silver and gilt titling front and spine, spine bears marks/discoloured areas from adhesive remains where stickers removed, college stamp on title page, five digit stamp and erased pencilled code on publisher page, slight remains of pastedown top of rear free endpaper, main content clean, crisp and uncreased.. Very Good .
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Book number: MPS3757
GBP 5.70 [Appr.: EURO 6.5 US$ 7.08 | JP¥ 766]
Keywords: Facsimile Reprint Reproduction University Microfilms Xerox William Oliver March of America History Travel Adventure Discovery Journal

The Magic Land of the Maya
London: Allen & Unwin, 1928. 1st.ed.. Hardcover. 15x22cm. Blue cloth, faded spine, base fore edge corners worn at extremities; previous owner's name penned to front free endpaper, 2nd endpaper browned both sides, 3rd bears browned newspaper clipping pasted in, few spots to title and final pages, on on first page of first chapter, otherwise clean and bright.. Good to Very Good .
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Book number: P0110
GBP 7.20 [Appr.: EURO 8.25 US$ 8.94 | JP¥ 967]
Keywords: Travel. South America. The Maya. Indians.

Journal of a Voyage to New York
USA: University Microfilms (Xerox), 1966. Hardcover. 14.5x21.5cm. Blue cloth, silver titling, discolouration areas at base of spine from removal of two stickers, college stamp on title page, stamped number on publisher page, main content fine; partial remains of sticker top of rear free endpaper, spotting to edges of page block, red top of page block and spine slightly faded.. Very Good to Near Fine .
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Book number: MPS3589
GBP 11.20 [Appr.: EURO 12.75 US$ 13.91 | JP¥ 1505]
Keywords: Ann Arbor Xerox Microfilm Reprint Dankers Sluyters Voyage to New York American History Travel

The Indian Pass
New York: Hurd and Houghton, Publishers, 1869. 1st. Hardcover. 12.2x17.7cm. Green cloth, soiled front board, gilt titling and white inked code to spine bearing minor wear at ends. Boston college and high school library stamps to title page, brief pencilled inscriptions to front endpapers, splash staining (coffee?) to rear endpaper. Content slightly tanned, remains quite crisp, without creasing, but binding is failing at centre of book, splitting the page block, so fragile overall without appearing so externally. 201 pp.. Fair to Good .
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Book number: MPS4316
GBP 39.70 [Appr.: EURO 45 US$ 49.3 | JP¥ 5335]
Keywords: Nineteenth Century Publishers Fiction American Indian Western Plains Adventure Trails Hunting Discovery Nature Ramble Narrative

Ohio Indian Trails
Cleveland: The Gates Press, 1933. Numbered and Signed, First Edition.. Hardcover. 18.7x26.2cm. Wilcox, Frank N.. "The book is a key to new interest in the local scene for motorists. Hiking clubs, boy scouts, amateur archaeologists and teachers should find this volume enlightening. Because of the wealth of historical information, presented in footnotes as well as in the text, the book should prove valuable as a reference work. Curious readers can find pleasure in learning the aboriginal origin of many Ohio place names, as well as the story of Ohio's Indians, white pioneers and frontier battles." First edition, numbered 17; signed by the author to previous owner on second front endpaper, inside covers and free endpapers illustrated with maps; base of inside front cover bears small bookseller sticker which at some point partly bonded with opposing page, causing small surface tear and imperfection to base of front free endpaper. Jacket edges are imperfect, with some nicks and chipping, plus 75mm split from head of spine at front edge, 65mm split from base of front fore edge, plus tape repairs and reinforcement at edges on reverse of jacket. Front board bears several tiny dimples, otherwise clean and bright, with the pasted illustration on front and printed titled panel pasted to the backstrip remaining fine. Content clean and uncreased, edges faintly tanned, few spots atop rear endpapers. 268 pp including bibliography, list of rivers and trails, index of towns and villages, index of historic towns, and topical index. >1kg.. Very Good .
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Book number: MPS4333
GBP 100.00 [Appr.: EURO 113 US$ 124.19 | JP¥ 13437]
Keywords: First Limited and Signed Edition Native American Indians Ohio Trails Tribes Anthropology Ethnography History America Wilcox Thirties

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