Washington: James C. Dunn, 1831. With an Appendix. Folding map of the coast of the Colony of Liberia with an inset plan of Monrovia. xxvi, 42pp. with continuing text on the back inner and outer wrapper. 8vo, original green pr. wrs., wrappers lightly soiled, light foxing throughout. Washington: George C. Dunn, 1831. First Edition. The bottom one inch of the map is lacking, with a small loss of the coast line and an eight inch strip by one inch strip...
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Washington: James C. Dunn, 1833. With an Appendix. xxi, 40pp. with continuing text on the back inner and outer wrapper. 8vo, original green pr. wrs., wrappers lightly soiled, light foxing and light dampstaining throughout, small amount of chipping to wrappers. Washington: George C. Dunn, 1833. First Edition. Contains several pages on the current situation of the Society's activities in Liberia. Appendix contains the Constitution of the colony of Liberia and the plan for the civil government of colony of Liberia.
London: Macmillan, 1874. Organized by Ismal, Khedive of Egypt. 2 volumes. 2 maps (1 large & folding, with a small tear neatly repaired), portraits, and upward of fifty full-page illustrations by Zwecker and Durand. 447 + 588 pages, thick 8vo, full marbled calf, recased, front hinge on volume 1 strengthened. London: Macmillan, 1874. First Edition. Very good ( ). Baker wrote this work in only 64 days, as a record of his journey and administration including the first steps taken...
Paris: Editions De Notre Temps, 1948. 317pp., 8vo, printed wrappers; lightly worn, unopened. Paris: Editions De Notre Temps, (1948). A very good good copy.
Germantown: Christopher Sower, 1760. extracted from the Epistle of the Yearly-Meeting of the People called Quakers, held at London in the Year 1748. 16pp. 8vo, rebound in later 1/2 black leather, spine and edges of boards worn, small light dampstain to margins, small amount of light foxing, inner hinge weak. Germantown: Christopher Sower, 1760. Second Edition. Benezet was a leading Quaker abolitionist from Philadelphia. He was a friend of John Woolman. For many years Benezet was a teacher. He founded...
Naperville: Sourcebooks, 2005. Illus. 8vo, black boards, d.w. Naperville: Sourcebooks, (2005). Very good.
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1945. Illus. 8vo, decorated brown cloth, back cover lightly soiled. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1946). Very good.
Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1893. 286pp. + 2pp. of publisher's ads. 12mo, blue cloth, cloth lightly soiled, small area of browning on four pages, last blank page lightly dampstained, small areas of chipping to margin of one page. Boston: Lee and Shepard, 1893. First Edition. Author's experiences as a teacher of ex-slaves in Beaufort, South Carolina from 1864 to 1865. She was an abolitionist from the North.
London: Dawsons of Pall Mall, 1968. and other places of interest on the West Coast of Africa. 12mo, green cloth, small area of light soiling to back cover, pages slightly wavy throughout. London: Dawsons of Pall Mall, 1968 Facsimile of the London, 1845 edition. Author served on the United States Navy ship Saratoga, a sloop in the anti-slavery squadron sent to West Africa.
Held at Philadephia, September, 1858. 305pp. + 6pp. of publisher's ads. 12mo, original cloth; (spine ends worn, edges of corners worn and bumped, light foxing). Philadelphia: Published for the Authors by J.B. Lippincott, (1858). Rev. William Brownlow was a pro-Union journalist from Tennessee who was pro-slavery. Rev. Abram Pryne was an abolitionist and editor of the Central Reformer.
illus., some in color. 4to, pr. wrs. Richmond: Museum of the Confederacy, (1991). vg.
Philadelphia: Young, 1832. Under the Following Heads: The Origin of the Society, Increase of the Coloured Population; Manumission of Slaves in this country... 28pp. 8vo, modern wrappers, lacks maps, light foxing throughout, light dampstain to title page, (Philadelphia): Young, Printer, 1832. Third Edition, Enlarged and Improved. Two of Mathew Carey's published letters are on Liberia's American colonists and the climate and commerce in Liberia.
New York: Appleton, 1864. for proposing Amendments to the Constitution of the United States, held at Washington, D. C. , in February, A. D. 1861. 626pp. + 6pp. of publisher's ads. 8vo, original brown cloth, top and bottom of spine worn and repaired with modern cloth. Pages 339-364 chipped on the lower right corner margin. New York: D. Appleton, 1864. First Edition. The author was a member of the Peace Convention of 1861. "...the Peace Convention or Conference...on call by...
New York: Simon & Schuster, 2000. Illus. 8vo, pr. wrs., back wrapper lightly soiled. New York: Simon & Schuster, (2000). Uncorrected reader's proof copy.
New York: Arno Press, 1969. 1 Illus. 8vo, two-toned cloth. New York: Arno Press, 1969. Very good Most of the text is a reprint of the entire London, 1860 edition.
Philadelphia: Quirk Books, 2012. A few Illus. 8vo, red boards, d.w. Philadelphia: Quirk Books, (2012). Fine.
New York: Abbeville, 1989. Profusely illustrated in color & b/w. 224pp. Tall 8vo, cloth, dust wrapper. New York: Abbeville Press, (1989). Near fine.
New York: Oxford University Press, 1998. Illus. 572pp. 4to, 1/2 maroon cloth, d.w. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.
8vo, cloth, d.w. N.Y.: Oxford UP, 1984. vg.
128 double-columned pages. Slim 8vo, later plain paper wrappers. N.Y., 1844. Takes place near Washington, DC and is said to be a good picture of white slavery in Virginia, a system encountered by one of DeFoe's sons in America.
Boston: A. Wentworth, 1855. Missouri Compromise; The Kansas and Nebraska Bill of 1854. Also, the Fac-simile Autograph Names of the Signers of the Declaration of Independence. 106pp. preceded by 4pp. of publisher's ads. 18mo, original blue cloth with gilt decorations, spine ends lightly worn, edges of corners worn, cloth rubbed, some pages with a small amount of light foxing, endpapers foxed, first page of the text of the Constitution partially browned. Boston: A. Wentworth, 1855. Folding facsimile has two 2...
Macon: 1932. frontis., map. 47pp. 12mo, printed wrappers. Macon, GA, 1932. A novel.
New York: Grosset & Dunlap, 1940. Illus. 38pp. 8vo, 1/2 green cloth, cloth lightly soiled, edges of boards worn. New York: Grosset & Dunlap, (1940). A novel.
New York: Knopf, 2004. Illus. 640pp. 8vo, black boards, d.w. New York: Knopf, 2004. Book Club Edition. Very good.
12pp. 8vo, disbound, last page torn and crudely repaired with tape with no loss of text. N.p., n.d., circa 1853 Speech before the American Colonization Society in Washington with many references to the slave trade in West Africa. Everett also praises the Society's work in Liberia.