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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.
Chester: Chester County SC Historical Society, 2000. Illus. 2 Vols. 4to, blue boards. (Volume I): Chester: Chester County, SC Historical Society, 2000. Fine Sold with Volume II: Heritage History of Chester County, South Carolina. Dallas: Taylor Publishing, 1995. This volume has the name of a previous owner in gilt on the front cover. Both volumes are mostly short biographies with genealogy information of county residents along with some portraits.
Baltimore: W. D. Bell & J. F. Cook, 1814. 270pp. 12mo, contemporary mottled calf, front inner hinge strengthened, many pages with some light foxing, edges of corners lightly worn and bumped, one word in pencil in the margins on a few pages, small chip to right edge of front flyleaf. Baltimore: Printed for the Rev. M. L. Weems, by W. D. Bell & J. F. Cooke, 1814. Second Edition. Rare General Francis Marion was a native of South Carolina who.....
Philadelphia: Joseph Allen, 1845. Illustrated with woodcut plates. 252 pages. 12mo, contemporary calf; covers worn at edges, leather rubbed and worn at spine, contemporary ownership signature in ink inside front cover, ex-library with bookplate on flyleaf and embossed stamp on title page, back end page repaired, some foxing and toning throughout. Philadelphia: Joseph Allen, 1845. A very good copy.
Charleston: Walker, 1890. Many illustrations and maps, some folding. 276 pages + clxxxvi page appendix. Tall 8vo, original decorative brown cloth. Charleston: Walker, Evans & Cogswell, 1890. Ex-private library with bookplate from the Military Order of the Loyal Legion and number 2290 in blue pencil on pastedown and title page; ghost of removed sticker on spine foot, still a very good(+) copy. "Maj. John Johnson was engineering officer in charge during the entire siege (of Fort Sumter), and much of.....