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Philadelphia: Henry T. Coates, 1900. Many Illus. 503pp. Tall 8vo, original green cloth, some pages slightly wavy on bottom margins. Philadelphia: Henry T. Coates, 1900. Very good Includes Mount Vernon, the Bowne House of Flushing, New York, Monticello, the Manor of Philipsborough, Waynesborough, and the Schuyler Mansion.
Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait, 1846. Engravings. 12mo, original green cloth, cloth lightly dampstained, lacks front flyleaf and last blank page, light foxing throughout, mostly in margins, pages slightly wavy throughout, edges of corners lightly worn. Philadelphia: Thomas, Cowperthwait, 1846. Chapters on different events in American history from Vikings settling in North America through the American Revolution.
Harrisburg: John Wyeth, 1811. 378 pages. + errata leaf. 12mo, contemporary calf, spine and cover worn, back cover lightly dampstained, light foxing throughout and scattered light browning. Harrisburgh: John Wyeth, 1811. First Edition The author was a prisoner in New York during the American Revolution. "...One (this work) of the best-known and most valuable historical sources for the period." DAB VII, p. 525. Howes G-344. Shaw & Shoemaker 22936.
New York: Privately Printed, 1922. Edited from the Original Manuscript with Notes by His Grandson, Isaac J. Greenwood. 6 plates. xxii, 8vo, blue cloth, pages margins uncut, corners lightly bumped, residue from tape on two blank preliminary pages, otherwise very good. New York: Privately Printed by the De Vinne Press, 1922. Limited First Edition Number one of an edition of 100 copies. John Greenwood joined the Continental army in Massachusetts as a fifer. He later served as a scout in...
New York: Appleton, 1867. 25 engraved portraits of Distinguished Women. 481pp. 4to, modern black cloth, front cover warped, cloth lightly soiled, pages throughout are wavy, including plates. New York: Appleton, 1867. An interesting narrative of social life in the early days of independence. "The narrative stands among our important monuments." Samuel Osgood.
1783. Autograph Endorsement Signed "Fred: Haldimand", folio, 2 pages, Commander in Chief of his Majesty's Forces in Canada, March, 1783. On the verso of an account ledger page by his secretary and aide-de-camp, Robert Mathew, listing gratuities that were authorized in the interest of the Province, including: Mr. Green, a distressed Loyalist from New York to set himself up as a butcher (23 pounds); Captain Sherwood, gratuity for his trouble conducting Loyalists to explore the County for a settlement at...
Boston: Little Brown, 1962. End-paper maps, frontispiece, and some black-and-white illustrations, 458 pages, top edge pink, thick 8vo, black blind-stamped cloth, dust wrapper (price clipped and some light edge-wear and sunned spine). Boston: Little Brown and Co., (1962). First edition. A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Published simultaneously in Canada.