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Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2010. Illustrated with a handful of b/w images. 240 pages. 8vo, cloth-backed red boards, d.w. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, (2010). Fourth Printing. A near fine copy in a very good wrapper--light scratches to center of front panel, minor scuffing to edges.
San Francisco: Chronicle, 1991. Numerous photo illustrations, mostly in color. 192 pages. Small folio, black cloth, d.w. San Francisco: Chronicle Books, (1991). A very good(+) copy with light scuffing to first several pages; in a very good dust wrapper, scuffed and sunned with some spotting to front cover. Inscribed by author on title page.
illus. 212pp. 12mo, cloth. n.p.: The Drew Press, (1919). First edition. Andrew Turnbull founded New Smyrna in 1766. Crops were raised by indentured Greeks who were to receive 50 acres after seven years of service. Governor Partick Tonyn disbanded the colony in 1776 due to political opposition from Turnbull.
West Palm Beach: IRC Promotions Inc., 2008. Profusely illustrated with color photographs. 343 pages. 4to, red leatherette boards with gold lettering, edgeworn/torn dust wrapper. West Palm Beach: IRC Promotions Inc., (2008). A near fine copy in a very good dust wrapper. Three lives...one woman...Dames Celia Lipton Farris.
Vol. XXII, No. 5. Saturday, November 3, 1810. folio, 4pp. 5 columns per page. Portsmouth: [William Treadwell], 1810. Contains printing of the Declaration of Independence of West Florida. "...he (Ferdinand VII of Spain) has endeavored to pervert into an engine of destruction, by encouraging, in the most persidious manner, the violation of ordinances sanctioned and established by himself as the law of the land. Being thus left without any hope of protection from the mother country, by being betrayed by.....
New York: C. S. Van Winkle, 1821. 226pp. + publisher's ad page. 8vo, contemporary calf, spine and edges of corners worn, covers rubbed, light browning to pages throughout. a few later single word annotations in margin, lacks map, old library bookplate on pastedown, inner hinge strengthened. New York: C. S. Van Winkle, 1821. First Edition. "...map not issued in all copies..." Howes F-243. A guide for the settlement of East Florida. The author was promoting the Forbes Purchase of over.....
Columbus: Follett, Foster, 1858. Several engravings. 338pp. Small 8vo, original brown cloth, many pages underlined in ink, inner hinge weak, but holding, spine ends worn, edges of corners worn and bumped, cloth lightly soiled, lacks front flyleaf, some pages dampstained in margins, scattered foxing including some plates. Columbus: Follett, Foster, 1858. First Edition. Author was a leading abolitionist in Congress. Lincoln was a student of his speeches. Work p. 337.
London: Henry G. Bohn, 1857. (Bound with): Irving, Washington. The Adventures of Captain Bonneville, U. S. A., in the Rocky Mountains and the Far West. Digested from His Journal... 2 Vols. in one. 12mo, contemporary 3/4 red calf, gilt spine, spine dampstained, light foxing to some margins. London: Henry G. Bohn, 1857. The Conquest of Florida was "Compiled from Herrera, Garcilaso de la Vega and the narrative of the gentleman of Elvas." Howes I-80. Washington Irving writes of "Explorations and.....
New York: Rizzoli, 1991. Introduction by Robert A.M. Stern. Photographs by Roberto Schezen. Profusely illustrated in both color and black and white. 324pp., Square 4to, white cloth, dust wrapper; front free-endpaper shows residue of removed label, else near fine. (New York); Rizzoli, (1991). First Edition. A very good(+) copy in a very good(+) dust wrapper.