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(ALASKA.) William Healey Dall.
An extremely detailed letter from the Alaskan wilderness in the year of the Alaska Purchase.

American Indians

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(AMERICAN INDIANS.) John Raphael Smith, engraver; after Wright.
The Widow of an Indian Chief Watching the Arms of Her Deceas'd Husband.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS.) William Webb.
Letter describing the Creek War of 1836.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS.) George Jones.
The History of Ancient America . . . Proving the Identity of the Aborigines with the Tyrians

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(AMERICAN INDIANS.) Thomas McKenney and James Hall.
History of the Indian Tribes of North America.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS.) Samuel George Morton.
Crania Americana; or, A Comparative View of the Skulls of Various Aboriginal Nations of North and South America.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS.) William A. Phillips.
Defense of the Cherokee Nation's right to sell land in Kansas.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS.) John Ross.
Message of the Principal Chief to the National Committee and Council.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS.)
Papers of Joshua Ross, a Muskogee merchant and prominent Cherokee.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS.) John P. Williamson, compiler.
An English-Dakota School Dictionary. Wasicun Qa Dakota Ieska Wowapi.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) David F. Barry.
Group of 5 photographs including Sitting Bull at the dedication of Standing Rock.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) Edward S. Curtis.
Unpublished cyanotype of five men in a Piegan lodge.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) Camillus S. Fly, photographer.
The Captive White Boy, Santiago McKinn.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) Camillus S. Fly, photographer.
Geronimo and Natches Mounted.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) [Alexander Gardner.]
Cabinet card portrait of Thrach-Tche, or True Eagle, Missouria.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) De Lancey Gill, photographer.
Portrait of the Oglala leader White Mountain.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) John C. Grabill, photographer.
A Pretty Group at an Indian Tent.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) Harold Kellogg.
Buffalo dancers and others at San Ildefonso Pueblo in New Mexico.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) Lenny & Sawyers, photographers
Pair of boudoir cards of Kiowa women.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) [George E. Trager].
Pair of promenade cards of the Ghost Dance at Pine Ridge.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.) William Soule.
Indian Lodges of Buffalo Skins & Cedar Poles.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.)
Group of 11 cartes-de-visite, tintypes, cabinet cards, and stereoviews.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.)
Group of 7 unmounted photographs.

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(AMERICAN INDIANS--PHOTOGRAPHS.)
Group of 9 mostly larger-format mounted images.

The American Revolution

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.)
Opposition to the Stamp Act as seen in the letterbook of a New York iron merchant.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) [Philip Dawe, artist.]
Bostonian's Paying the Excise Man, or Tarring & Feathering.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--PRELUDE.) [Stratton]; after Paul Revere.
The Bloody Massacre Perpetrated in King-Street, Boston.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1775.) St. John Honeywood, artist.
The Battles of Lexington and Concord, after the famous engravings by Doolittle.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) James Mitan, engraver; after Trumbull.
The Battle of Bunker's Hill, near Boston.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1776.) [Matthew & Mary Darly], artists.
Bunkers Hill, or America's Head Dress.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1776.) Abraham W. de Peyster.
Letter describing the deadly lightning storm just before the Battle of Long Island.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1777.)
Issue of the Boston-Gazette and Country Journal.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1777.) Jeremiah Beard Eells.
Diary of a Connecticut officer imprisoned in the infamous Manhattan sugarhouse.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1778.)
Receipt for blankets for Connecticut troops at Valley Forge.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1778.) Joseph Woodbridge.
Letter discussing the perils of shipping along the heavily patrolled Connecticut coast.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1778.) John Chaloner.
Receipt for cattle delivered to Valley Forge.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1778.)
Invoice for the support of 25 soldiers' families in Wallingford, CT .

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1778.) Vasseur, engraver; after Borel.
L’Amérique Indépendante, Dédiée au Congrés des Etats Unis de l'Amérique.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1779.)
Commonplace books kept by prisoner Rufus Lincoln, a Massachusetts officer.

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Lot 40
(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1779.)
Letter from a Frenchman in Maryland.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1781.) Strutt, engraver; after Pine.
To Those who Wish to Sheathe the Desolating Sword of War--America--and, to Restore the Blessings of Peace and Amity, to a Divided People.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1781.) H. Ridgely, Jr.
Letter describing the festivities in Baltimore after the Yorktown surrender.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1781.) J. Peltro, engraver; after Dodd.
. . . Gallant Defence of Captn. Pearson . . . against Paul Jones's Squadron.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--1782.)
A contemporary French listing of ships which survived their naval defeat at the Battle of the Saintes.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION.) Benjamin Day Jr.
A Loyalist returning from British-held Mississippi requests American citizenship.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.)
The Order Book of Capt. Leonard Bleeker, Major of Brigade . . . against the Indian Settlements of Western New York, in the Campaign of 1779.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) Banastre Tarleton.
A History of the Campaigns of 1780 and 1781, in the Southern Provinces of North America.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY) Verger, engraver; after Renault.
Triumph of Liberty, Dedicated to its Defenders in America.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) [William Sigsby.]
Life and Adventures of Timothy Murphy . . . from the Commencement of the Revolution.

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(AMERICAN REVOLUTION--HISTORY.) T. Comer, composer.
The Tea Tax: A Yankee Comic Song.

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(ARCHITECTURE.) Robert Dale Owen.
Hints on Public Architecture, Containing . . . Views and Plans of the Smithsonian Institution.

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(ARCTIC.)
Advertisement for "McCauley & Co.'s Gigantic Panoramic . . . Illustrations of Dr. Kane's World-Renowned Last Arctic Voyage."

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(ART.) John B. Floyd.
Letter of recommendation for the painter Albert Bierstadt to bring on his first Western trip.

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(ART.) Milford Zornes.
Scrapbook kept in Asia as an Army artist during World War Two.

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(ART.)
Archive of the prominent mail art practitioner Stu Horn.

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Lot 56
(AVIATION.)
Ceremonies Attending the Presentation of the Wright Brothers' Aeroplane of 1903 by the Estate of Orville Wright.

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(AVIATION.)
Archive on the creation of the Wright Brothers National Memorial.

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(AVIATION.) William Price.
Set of contact sheets showing Route 40 by air from Atlantic City to San Francisco, with his camera.

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(BIBLE--BLIND.)
The Book of Psalms, Printed for the Blind of Great Britain and the United States.

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(BIBLE IN MINIATURE.)
Group of 4 thumb Bibles--one of them unrecorded.

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(CALIFORNIA.) Joaquin de Iturbide.
Petition by the Mexican congress for the foundation of a Californian bishopric.

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(CALIFORNIA.)
Group of 3 Gold Rush letters from the Curry family.

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(CALIFORNIA.)
Bond certificate for "expenses incurred in the suppression of Indian hostilities."

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(CALIFORNIA.) Edwin Stanton.
Letter written en route to California to make his national reputation, with CDV and related report.

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(CALIFORNIA.)
Diary of a rail trip through dozens of towns in southern California, from Fresno down to San Diego.

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(CALIFORNIA.) Charles F. Lummis.
The Home of Ramona: Photographs of Camulos, the Fine Old Spanish Estate.

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(CALIFORNIA.)
Large archive of Robert E. Callahan and his famed Mission Village auto court / theme park.

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(CALIFORNIA.)
Papers of Judge John Aiso, the highest-ranking Japanese-American officer in World War Two.

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(CANADA.) Charles B. Ellis.
Broadside to recruit laborers along the rugged Newfoundland coast for the first transatlantic cable.

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(CANADA.)
Archive of maps and documents from gold mines at Rat Portage, Ontario.

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(CANADA.)
Account journal from a profitable mining and smelting operation in British Columbia.

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Lot 72
(CHILDREN'S BOOKS.)
The Exhibition of Tom Thumb; being an Account of Many Valuable and Surprising Curiosities which he has Collected.

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(CHILDREN'S BOOKS.) Rowland Hill.
A New Hieroglyphical Bible for the Amusement & Instruction of Children.

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(CHILDREN'S BOOKS.)
The History of Little Goody Two-Shoes; Otherwise Called Mrs. Margery Two-Shoes.

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(CHILDREN'S BOOKS.)
The Uncle's Present, a New Battledoor.

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(CHILDREN'S BOOKS.) [Benjamin Sands.]
Metamorphosis; or, A Transformation of Pictures, with Poetical Explanations, for the Amusement of Young Persons.

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(CHILDREN'S BOOKS.)
Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress . . . Exhibited in a Metamorphosis, or a Transformation of Pictures.

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(CHILDREN'S BOOKS.)
Group of 3 18th-century religious instruction books.

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(CHILDREN'S BOOKS.)
Group of 4 early illustrated chapbooks.

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(CHILDREN'S BOOKS.)
Group of 5 early American chapbooks.

The Civil War

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(CIVIL WAR.)
Our Country’s Flag: "If Anyone Attempts to Haul Down the American Flag, Shoot Him on the Spot.”

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(CIVIL WAR.) Fitz-John Porter.
Letter as a junior officer urging the immediate defense of Baltimore.

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(CIVIL WAR.) John A. McClernand.
Printed report to General Grant on the Battle of Belmont--the first under Grant's command.

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(CIVIL WAR.) Thomas S. Wagner, lithographer.
Major General John E. Wool, United States Army.

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(CIVIL WAR.) Ulysses S. Grant.
Order for the transfer of a division to Sherman's corps on the eve of the second assault on Vicksburg.

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(CIVIL WAR.)
Carte-de-visite portrait of newly commissioned Lieutenant General Grant, signed by Edwin Stanton.

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(CIVIL WAR.)
Issue of the Natchitoches Union Daily printed on wallpaper.

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(CIVIL WAR.) James Hervey Simpson.
Letter and publications questioning the loyalty of his former commander George McClellan.

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Lot 89
(CIVIL WAR.) Alexander Bliss and John P. Kennedy, editors.
Autograph Leaves of our Country’s Authors.

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(CIVIL WAR.) C. Inger, lithographer.
Genl. Franz Siegel, the Hero of Missouri.

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(CIVIL WAR.) Ulysses S. Grant.
General Orders, No. 108--his farewell order to the troops.

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(CIVIL WAR.)
Broadside playbill for "Drummer Boy, or the Battle Field of Shiloh!"

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(CIVIL WAR.) Horace N. Fisher.
Postwar letter analyzing tactics at the Battle of Shiloh, with related articles.

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(CIVIL WAR.)
Group of 7 Civil War prints (and a War of 1812 print) by Kurz & Allison.

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(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) Augustus Colson.
A northerner in Savannah reports on mob violence in the wake of Lincoln's election.

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Lot 96
(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.)
Southern Chivalry: The Adventures of G. Whillikens, C.S.A., Knight of the Golden Circle and of Guinea Pete, His Negro Squire, an Epic Doggerel in Six Books. By a Citizen of the Cotton Country.

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(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) [Eluctius W. Treadwell.]
An Alabama soldier discusses recent battles and the future of the Confederacy.

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Lot 98
(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.)
Issue of the Southern Churchman reporting on the death of Stonewall Jackson at Chancellorsville.

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Lot 99
(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.)
Issue of the Southern Churchman reporting on the Battle of Gettysburg.

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Lot 100
(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.)
Pair of documents of Texas officer A.J. Toutant, signed by General Cooper and General Beauregard.

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Lot 101
(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.)
Almanac pour l'Annee Bissextile, 1864, an Trois de la Confederation du Sud.

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(CIVIL WAR--CONFEDERATE.) Robert E. Lee.
Field printing of his farewell address, "General Orders, No. 9."

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(CIVIL WAR--INDIAN TERRITORY.) W.L.G. Mills.
Letter offering a Unionist Cherokee perspective on the war.

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(CIVIL WAR--INDIANA.) George A. Simmons.
Unpublished manuscript memoir of the 11th Indiana Infantry, by one of their officers.

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(CIVIL WAR--IOWA.) Henry Roberts.
A soldier is moved to tears by the sight of General Sherman at the close of the Atlanta Campaign.

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(CIVIL WAR--NAVY.) Oliver Lasher.
Pair of letters by the acting master of the USS Young America, one describing a torpedo attack.

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(CIVIL WAR--NEW HAMPSHIRE.) E. Norman Gunnison.
Correspondence and poetry of a Bull Run private with a literary bent.

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(CIVIL WAR--NEW JERSEY.) James Hoyt.
Diary of United States Christian Commission pastor, mobbed by drunken racist Union soldiers.

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(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.)
Rockland County broadside regarding the draft.

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(CIVIL WAR--NEW YORK.) Augustus W. Sargent.
Diary of Corporal Sargent on the North Carolina campaign.

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(CIVIL WAR--OHIO.)
Family letters of a Cincinnati-area Unionist newspaper editor who was killed by a political opponent.

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Lot 112
(CIVIL WAR--OHIO.)
Letters to and from Private James Johnson of the 138th Ohio Infantry.

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(CIVIL WAR--PENNSYLVANIA.) Andrew L. McFarland.
Letter by a clueless Union private boasting of victory in the Shenandoah.

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(CIVIL WAR--WOMEN.) William Henry Austin.
Letter describing a meeting with female soldier Sarah Rosetta Wakeman.

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(CIVIL WAR--WOMEN.) Mary Whitney Phelps.
Partial memoir by the celebrated civilian hero of Missouri.

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(CONNECTICUT.) [Farquhar Macrae.]
Diary of a charming but acerbic Scottish visitor to Connecticut.

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Lot 117
(CONNECTICUT.)
Class book for Yale University Class of 1859, inscribed by most of its members.

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Lot 118
(CONSTITUTION.)
Bound volume of the Pennsylvania Herald, featuring a very early printing of the United States Constitution and more.

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Lot 119
(CONSTITUTION.) [Alexander Hamilton, et al.]
The Federalist, on the New Constitution.

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Lot 120
(CRIME.) Emmett Dalton.
When the Daltons Rode.

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Lot 121
DAVID CROCKETT.
Group of 3 books: Tour to the North and Down East / Exploits and Adventures in Texas / Narrative of the Life.

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Lot 122
GEORGE A. CUSTER.
My Life on the Plains; or, Personal Experiences with Indians.

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(GEORGE A. CUSTER.) David F. Barry, photographer.
Photograph of the horse Comanche, the army's only survivor from Little Bighorn.

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Lot 124
(DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE.)
In Congress, July 4th 1776.

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Lot 125
(DIPLOMACY.)
Papers of Charles Tuckerman, the first United States Minister to Greece.

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Lot 126
(DIPLOMACY.)
Family letters of Ambassador Robert H. Thayer during the Cold War.

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(DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.)
Washington National Monument broadside.

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Lot 128
(DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.) [Kate Brown Barlow.]
Case notebook kept for the Newsboys and Children's Aid Society.

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(DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.)
Membership ribbon from the Blaine Invincible Republican Club of Washington, an African-American political club.

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(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Samuel Clough.
Kalendarium Nov-Anglicanum, or An Almanack of the Coelestial Motions for . . . 1705.

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(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Daniel Travis.
An Almanack of Coelestial Motions and Aspects for . . . 1711.

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(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) [Nathaniel Whittemore.]
An Almanac for the Year of Our Lord, 1718.

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(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Salomon Gessner.
The Death of Abel.

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(EARLY AMERICAN IMPRINT.) Antonio Gavin.
A Master-Key to Popery.

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Lot 135
(FAMILY PAPERS.)
Correspondence of Ohio physician Abraham Landis and his children.

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Lot 136
(FOOD AND DRINK.)
The Cook Not Mad, or Rational Cookery.

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(HAWAII.) Henry L. Chase, photographer.
Group of 4 cartes-de-visite of the Hawaiian royal family.

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Lot 138
(HISTORY.)
Archive of historian William Roscoe Thayer's manuscripts, notes and correspondence.

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(ILLINOIS.) John Russell.
Letter contrasting the prospects for a printer in Cincinnati and rural Illinois.

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(ILLINOIS.)
Great Anti-Nebraska Convention, for the Military Tract will be Held at Galesburg.

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(ILLINOIS.) John Kitto.
The Gallery of Scripture Engravings, Historical and Landscape, Printed in Oil Colors.

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(ILLINOIS.) Nicholas J. Pritzker.
Three Score after Ten.

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Lot 143
(INDIANA.)
"Circular Addressed to the Friends of Liberal Education" regarding the proposed New Harmony Manual Labor College.

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Lot 144
(IOWA.)
"Wood for Sale!" broadside referencing an important Underground railroad stop in Civil Bend.

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(IOWA.) John W. Taylor.
Iowa, the “Great Hunting Ground” of the Indian; and the “Beautiful Land” of the White Man.

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Lot 146
(JUDAICA.) Isaac Leeser, editor.
The Form of Prayers According to the Custom of the Spanish and Portuguese Jews.

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(JUDAICA.) Isaac Leeser, editor.
The Book of Daily Prayers for Every Day in the Year, According to the Custom of the German and Polish Jews.

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Lot 148
(LAW.)
The Charter Granted . . . of the Massachusetts-Bay / Acts and Laws of . . . Massachusetts-Bay,

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Lot 149
(LAW.) Henry Care.
English Liberties; or, The Free-Born Subject's Inheritance.

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Lot 150
(LAW.)
Three early volumes of the Journal of the Senate of the United States of America.

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Lot 151
(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.)
Reminiscences and family papers of Lincoln sculptor William Marshall Swayne.

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(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.)
Assassination issue of the New York Sun.

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(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) A.H. Ritchie, engraver; after Carpenter.
The First Reading of the Emancipation Proclamation before the Cabinet.

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(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Ann Walker Curtis.
Diary recording stories about the Boston Tea Party, Lincoln, the Battle of Lexington and more.

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(ABRAHAM LINCOLN.) Adriaan M. de Groot, artist.
Portrait of Lincoln.

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Lot 156
(LOUISIANA.) William B. King.
Bloodcurdling description of the raw frontier settlement of Shreveport.

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Lot 157
(MAINE.)
Ledger of William Kilby, blacksmith in the frontier village of Dennysville.

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Lot 158
(MARITIME.)
Narrative by the supercargo of a smuggling vessel working around Jefferson's embargo.

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(MARYLAND.)
Pair of tavern ledgers from Frederick County.

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(MARYLAND.)
Medical ledgers and family correspondence of Dr. Francis Sappington of Libertytown.

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(MASSACHUSETTS.) Thomas Hutchinson.
The History of the Colony of Massachusetts-Bay / The History of the Province . . . / A Collection of Original Papers Relative to the History of the Colony / The History of the Province . . . from 1749 to 1774.

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(MASSACHUSETTS.)
Address and Resolutions Adopted by the Democracy of Norfolk.

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(MASSACHUSETTS.)
Archive of Russell family correspondence.

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(MASSACHUSETTS.)
Letters by and about the Rev. Charles H.A. Dall, missionary to India, concerning his dysfunctional marriage.

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(MASSACHUSETTS.)
Record book of the New Riding Club.

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Lot 166
(MEDICINE.) Edward Bliss Foote.
Science in Story. Sammy Tubbs, the Boy Doctor, and Sponsie, the Troublesome Monkey.

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(MEXICAN WAR.) Josiah Simpson.
A medical officer's dramatic letter on capture of Mexico City, with related papers.

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(MICHIGAN.)
Maps and Report . . . for Ascertaining the Northern and Northwestern Boundary between the United States and Great Britain.

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(MISSISSIPPI RIVER.)
Brochure for the steamboats of the St. Louis & New Orleans Anchor Line.

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(MISSOURI.) Camille N. Dry, artist; Richard J. Compton, editor.
Pictorial St. Louis: The Great Metropolis of the Mississippi Valley.

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(MISSOURI.) John Porter.
Boonville Steam Ferry . . . Table of Distances.

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Lot 171
(Mormons.)
The Book of Mormon: An Account Written by the Hand of Mormon, upon Plates Taken from the Plates of Nephi.

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(MORMONS.) Henry Caswall.
City of the Mormons, or, Three Days at Nauvoo.

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Lot 173
(MORMONS.) George T.M. Davis.
An Authentic Account of the Massacre of Joseph Smith.

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(MORMONS.) Brigham Young.
General Epistle from the Council of the Twelve Apostles.

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(MORMONS.)
Acts, Resolutions, and Memorials Passed by the First Annual . . . Assembly of the Territory of Utah . . . also the Constitution of the United States, and the Act Organizing the Territory of Utah.

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(MORMONS.)
Joseph Smith, the Prophet.

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(MORMONS.)
Group of cartes-de-visite by Savage, including the first three Presidents of the Church.

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(MUSIC.) James Lord Pierpont.
Jingle Bells, or the One Horse Open Sleigh.

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(NATURAL HISTORY.) Humphrey Marshall.
Arbustrum Americanum: The American Grove, or, An Alphabetical Catalogue of Forest Trees

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(NAVY.) William H. Hivling.
Diary of a Naval Academy midshipman on the eve of war, including a training voyage to Europe.

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(NAVY.)
Photograph of the USS Constitution receiving its first post-Civil War overhaul.

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(NEW JERSEY.)
The Thorough-Bred Stallion General Jackson.

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(NEW YORK.) Richard Willis, composer.
De Witt Clinton's Grand Canal March as performed . . . at the Entrance of the First Canal Boat into the Hudson River.

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(NEW YORK.)
Autograph album compiled at the 1846 New York Constitutional Convention.

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(NEW YORK.)
Handbill for American Express steamers from Niagara Falls across Lake Ontario.

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Lot 186
(NEW YORK CITY.) Roman Fekonja, artist.
Painting of the Manhattan Purchase.

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Lot 187
(NEW YORK CITY.)
Early manuscript record book of the Ancient Lutheran Trinity Church in Manhattan.

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Lot 188
(NEW YORK CITY.)
Pair of account books kept in part or full by one of New York's Founding Fathers, Richard Varick.

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Lot 189
(NEW YORK CITY.)
Certificate issued to a New York City volunteer fireman.

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Lot 190
(NEW YORK CITY.) George P. Morris, Sidney Pearson, composers.
Croton Ode . . . on the Completion of the Croton Aqueduct.

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Lot 191
(NEW YORK CITY.) Alfred R. Waud, artist.
Wall Street Ferry.

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Lot 192
(NEW YORK CITY.) William Dressler, composer.
The Firemen's Polka . . . Dedicated to Alfred Carson, Esq., Chief Engineer of the N.Y.

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Lot 193
(NEW YORK CITY.) Rufus D. Pitcher, lyricist.
The Firemen's Song, Dedicated to the New York Firemen.

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Lot 194
(NEW YORK CITY.)
Photographic broadside for Groot’s Hotel and Ladies' & Gentlemen’s Dining Saloon.

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Lot 195
(NEW YORK CITY.)
Brooklyn Bridge commemorative fan.

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Lot 196
(NEW YORK CITY.)
Woodwork designs for an opulent Manhattan townhouse.

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Lot 197
(NEW YORK CITY.) Irving Underhill, photographer.
Pair of large-format photographs of Wall Street and the New York Stock Exchange.

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Lot 198
(OHIO.) George M. Woodbridge.
Gold Has Never Been Found on the 320 Acres Land! in Vinton County, Ohio I Propose to Sell.

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Lot 199
(OIL.)
Pair of scrapbooks on the life and career of prominent geologist H.J. Von Hagen.

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Lot 200
THOMAS PAINE.
Life and Writings of Thomas Paine.

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Lot 201
(PENNSYLVANIA.) Elizabeth Willing Powel.
Documents tracing the provenance of a set of silver through several families.

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Lot 202
(PENNSYLVANIA.) Samuel and Mary Bonnell.
Diaries of a young clerk in Pennsylvania and New Orleans who hands off diary duty to his wife.

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Lot 203
(PERIODICALS.)
The American Museum.

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Lot 204
(POLITICS.) [John L. Megee, artist?]
The Sad Parting Between Two Old Friends.

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Lot 205
(POLITICS.)
How Shall Soldiers Vote?

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Lot 206
(PRESIDENTS.) Auguste Edouart, artist.
Silhouettes of President Monroe’s daughter Maria Gouverneur and a cousin.

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Lot 207
(PRESIDENTS--1848 CAMPAIGN.) Nathaniel Currier, lithographer.
Z. Taylor, M. Fillmore . . . Grand, National, Whig Banner: Press Onward.

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Lot 208
(PRESIDENTS--1850.) d'Avignon, engraver; after Mathew Brady.
Portrait of Zachary Taylor from the Gallery of Illustrious Americans.

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Lot 209
(PRESIDENTS--1852 CAMPAIGN.) [John L. Megee, artist?]
Soliciting a Vote.

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(PRESIDENTS--1856 CAMPAIGN.) Nathaniel Currier.
James Buchanan, John C. Breckinridge: Grand National Democratic Banner.

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(PRESIDENTS--1860 CAMPAIGN.) Currier & Ives.
"The Impending Crisis"--or, Caught in the Act.

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Lot 212
(PRESIDENTS--1864 CAMPAIGN.)
Dr. John L. Dunlap's Remarks on the American Army.

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Lot 213
(PRESIDENTS--1864 CAMPAIGN.)
Confidential Maine Democratic Party circular, hoping to bar soldiers from getting absentee ballots.

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Lot 214
(PRESIDENTS--1880 CAMPAIGN?)
Portrait of a boy dressed in the style of Lincoln's "Wide-Awakes."

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Lot 215
(QUAKERS.)
Epistle protesting the destruction of Quaker property for their lack of support for the Revolution.

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Lot 216
(QUAKERS.)
The Book of Discipline, Agreed on by the Yearly-Meeting of Friends for New England.

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Lot 217
(RADICALISM.)
Group of press photos of Earl Browder, head of the Communist Party U.S.A.

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Lot 218
(RAILROADS.) Christopher Meineke; composer.
Rail Road March for the Fourth of July.

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Lot 219
(RECONSTRUCTION.)
One Flag, One Country, One Constitution, One Government.

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(RECONSTRUCTION.) Amanda C. Ewell.
Letter describing a church meeting interrupted by rumors that "the negroes were coming in force."

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Lot 221
(RELIGION.)
Lithograph of Baron Stow by d'Avignon.

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Lot 222
(RHODE ISLAND.)
Uncut sheet of Dorr Liberation Stock certificates from the Dorr Rebellion.

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Lot 223
(RHODE ISLAND.)
Long-running barter account between Governor Greene and General Varnum.

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Lot 224
(SCIENCE & ENGINEERING.) Ezra Weld.
Patent exploitation license for an early American washing machine.

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Lot 225
(SCIENCE & ENGINEERING.)
Evans' Safety Guard.

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Lot 226
(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.)
Map of Virginia, Showing the Distribution of its Slave Population from the Census of 1860.

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Lot 227
(SLAVERY & ABOLITION.)
Composite photograph of the signers of the 13th Amendment, which banned slavery.

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Lot 228
(SPIRITUALISM.)
Spirit photograph of the medium James Henry Rheamont.

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Lot 229
(TENNESSEE.) Francis Sappington.
Letter describing war with the Cherokees and the Muscle Shoals Massacre.

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Lot 230
(TENNESSEE.)
Memorandum book of clock dealer and Cherokee land agent David Bell.

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Lot 231
(THEATER.) Madeley, lithographer; after C. Martin.
George Jones (the American Tragedian) in the Character of Hamlet.

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Lot 232
(TRAVEL.) [Zadok Cramer.]
The Navigator; Containing Directions for Navigating the Monongahela, Alleghany, Ohio, and Mississippi Rivers.

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Lot 233
(TRAVEL.) J. Calvin Smith.
A New Guide for Travelers through the United States . . . Containing all the Railroad, Stage, and Steamboat Routes.

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(UTOPIAN COMMUNITIES.) John O. Wattles.
Long letter regarding plans for a self-supporting school community.

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(UTOPIAN COMMUNITIES.)
The Circular, Published Weekly by the Oneida and Wallingford Communities.

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(WAR OF 1812.) William C.C. Claiborne.
"Militia General Orders" to protect New Orleans against a British invasion.

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Lot 237
(WAR OF 1812.) Samuel Seymour, engraver; after Thomas Birch.
This Representation of the U.S. Frigate United States . . . Capturing His Britannic Majesty's Frigate Macedonian . . . is Respectfully Inscribed to Capt. Stephen Decatur, his Officers and Gallant Crew.

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(WAR OF 1812.) Joseph Yeager, engraver; after William E. West.
Battle of New Orleans, and Death of Major General Packenham.

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Lot 239
(GEORGE WASHINGTON.)
Volume of J. Russell's Gazette, covering the death of Washington.

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Lot 240
(GEORGE WASHINGTON.)
Issue of the United States Oracle of the Day devoted to Washington's death.

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Lot 241
(GEORGE WASHINGTON.)
Group of 10 eulogies and addresses on the death of Washington.

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(GEORGE WASHINGTON.) Peter Maverick, engraver; after Tyler.
Eulogium Sacred to the Memory of the Illustrious George Washington.

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(GEORGE WASHINGTON.) Israel & Riddle, photographers.
"The Home of Washington," one of the earliest photographs of Mount Vernon.

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(GEORGE WASHINGTON.) H. Wright Smith, engraver; after Hicks.
Full-length engraving of General Washington at Mount Vernon.

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Lot 245
(GEORGE WASHINGTON.)
3 interesting 19th-century Washington prints.

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Lot 246
(GEORGE WASHINGTON.)
Group of 3 hand-colored engravings of scenes from Washington's life.

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Lot 247
NOAH WEBSTER.
An American Dictionary of the English Language.

The West

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(WEST.) W.H. Jackson & Co., photographers.
Souvenir album of photographs of Colorado and New Mexico.

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Lot 249
(WEST.)
The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad is the Tourists’ Favorite Route between the Missouri River and Pacific Ocean.

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Lot 250
(WEST.) Rand, McNally & Co.
Illustrated Guide to Colorado, New Mexico and Arizona, with General Mining Laws.

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Lot 251
(WEST.) Spooner & Wells, photographers.
Members of Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show posing in front of Grant's Tomb.

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(WEST--ARIZONA.) James Calhoun.
Scouting narrative by a lieutenant who later died with his brother-in-law Custer at Little Bighorn.

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(WEST--COLORADO.) Jonathan L. Cresson.
A group of long and detailed letters from the early days of Denver.

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(WEST--COLORADO.) Samuel Cushman and J.P. Waterman.
The Gold Mines Of Gilpin County, Colorado. Historical, Descriptive and Statistical.

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(WEST--COLORADO.)
Poncha Hot Springs, Colorado.

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(WEST--COLORADO.) John K. Hallowell.
Gunnison, Colorado’s Bonanza Co.

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(WEST--DAKOTA TERRITORY.)
Group of governor's Thanksgiving proclamations.

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(WEST--DAKOTA TERRITORY.)
Union Pacific Railroad, Via Omaha . . . to the Gold Fields of the Black Hills.

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(WEST--DAKOTA TERRITORY.) W.H. Illingworth; photographer.
Stereoview of "Camp at Hiddenwood Creek" from Custer's Black Hills Expedition.

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(WEST--DAKOTA TERRITORY.) Truman Ward Ingersoll.
Photographs of the Little Missouri Horse Company.

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(WEST--KANSAS.)
Jar of dust gathered in Kansas during the Dust Bowl, with note.

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(WEST--MONTANA.) F. Jay Haynes; photographer.
Views of the Villard "Gold Spike" excursion which completed the Northern Pacific.

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(WEST--MONTANA.) Laton A. Huffman, photographer.
Roundup Cook and Pie Biter at Work.

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(WEST--MONTANA.) Laton A. Huffman, photographer.
The Bow Gun Boys at Dinner.

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Lot 265
(WEST--MONTANA.) Laton A. Huffman, photographer.
Branding Fire Big Dry.

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Lot 266
(WEST--MONTANA.) Laton A. Huffman, photographer.
Group of 4 panoramic cattle ranch views.

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(WEST--OKLAHOMA.)
Creek Indian Lands Now on the Market.

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Lot 268
(WEST--OKLAHOMA.)
Archive of photographs from the early days of Anadarko.

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(WEST--TEXAS.)
Decree on punishments for Texan rebels in the wake of the Alamo.

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(WEST--TEXAS.) A.G. Campbell.
Letter by a patient taking the water cure at Kapp's Hydropathic Clinic.

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(WEST--TEXAS.) Elisha Marshall Pease.
To the Voters of Texas.

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(WEST--TEXAS.) Henderson Yoakum.
History of Texas from its First Settlement.

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(WEST--TEXAS.) Constantine W. Buckley.
Circular. To the People of Texas.

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Lot 274
(WEST--TEXAS.)
Three letters by a Virginian settler in Texas shortly after the war.

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(WEST--TEXAS.) Andrew Jackson Hamilton.
Address . . . to the People of Texas.

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(WEST--TEXAS.) Charles W. Hurley.
Notice of Quarantine.

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(WEST--TEXAS.)
Family letters of the Methodist minister A.E. Rector, two discussing a murder trial.

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Lot 278
(WEST--TEXAS.)
Large archive of early Texan actor and film producer Maclyn Arbuckle, including his diaries.

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Lot 279
(WEST--WASHINGTON STATE.)
Receipt for a horse requisitioned for the Yakima War.

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(WEST--WYOMING.)
Group of photographs of a Wyoming railroad depot town and its rugged countryside.

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(WHALING.) J.H. Bufford's, lithographers.
Group of 3 prints depicting the "Abandonment of the Whalers in the Arctic Ocean, Sept. 1871."

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Lot 282
(WISCONSIN.)
Broadside petition to Congress to construct a harbor at Southport (Kenosha).

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Lot 283
(WOMEN'S HISTORY.)
Issue of Amelia Bloomer’s groundbreaking newspaper The Lily.

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Lot 284
(WOMEN'S HISTORY.)
Tintype album kept by early Vassar student Harriet Griggs.

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Lot 285
WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION.
Complete set of the WPA state guides.

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Lot 286
WORK PROJECTS ADMINISTRATION.
Group of American city and regional guides.

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Lot 287
(WORLD WAR ONE.)
Field Artillery: A Western Regiment for Western Men . . . New California Regiment.

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Lot 288
(WORLD WAR ONE.)
Bandanna titled "The Grand Victory of the Allies."

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Lot 289
(WORLD WAR ONE.)
Group of photographs from the "Polar Bear Expedition" which fought the Bolsheviks in northern Russia.

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(WORLD WAR TWO.)
Photographs exposing links between the America First Committee and the Nazi Party.

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(WORLD WAR TWO.) Yoshitsugu Saito.
Message from the Japanese commander at Saipan to his doomed troops.

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(WORLD WAR TWO.)
Large group of professional photographs from the Pacific Theater, including Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the surrender.

Latin Americana

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(BARBADOS.) George Pinckard.
Notes on the West Indies.

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(CHILE.) Alonso de Ovalle.
Historica relacion del reyno de Chile.

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(CHILE.) Pedro González de Agueros.
Descripcion historial de la provincia y archipielago de Chilóe, en le reyno de Chile.

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(CUBA.) Antonio Parra.
Descripcion de diferentes piezas de historia natural, las mas de ramo maritimo.

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(CUBA.) Francisco Dionisio Vives.
Cuadro estadistico de la siempre fiel Isla de Cuba . . . precedido de una descripcion historica fisica, geografica.

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(CUBA.) [Estéban Pichardo.]
Diccionario provincial de voces Cubanas.

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(CUBA.) Kohn, lithographer.
Gen'l. Narcisso Lopez.

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(CUBA.)
Photographs from Daiquiri, Cuba including Jennings Cox.

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(EXPLORATION.) David Edwin, engraver; after Edward Savage.
The Landing of Christopher Columbus.

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(MEXICAN COOKERY.) [Simón Blanquel.]
Novisimo arte de cocina, ó Escelente coleccion de las mejores recetas.

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(MEXICAN LITERATURE.) Juana Inés de la Cruz.
Complete set of her collected works.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1577.) [Alonso de Molina.]
[Confessionario mayor en la lengua mexicana y castellana.]

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1585.)
[Estatutos generales de Barcelona, para la Familia Cismontana, de la Orden de nuestro

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1602.) Juan de Torquemada.
Vida y milagros del sancto confessor de Christo, F. Sebastian de Aparicio.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1614.) Martín de León.
Primera parte del sermonario del tiempo de todo el año, duplicado, en lengua Mexicana.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1629.) Laurentius Surius.
Exercicios divinos, revelados al venerable Nicolas Eschio, bound with as issued, Domingo de Jesús María, Monte de piedad, y concordia espiritual.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1635.) Tomás de Jesús.
Reglas para examinar y discernir el interior aprovechamiento de un alma.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1637.) Fernando de Cepeda; and Fernando Carrillo.
Relacion universal, legitima y verdadera del sitio en que esta fundada la . . . Ciudad de Mexico.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1638.) Pedro de Contreras Gallardo.
Manual de administrar los sanctos sacramentos a los Españoles y naturales desta Nueva España.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1657.) Estevan García.
El maximo limosnero, mayor padre de pobres, grande arçobispo de Valencia . . . Thomas de Villanueva.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1668.) Marcelino de Solís y Haro.
Estatutos y constituciones reales de la imperial y regia Universidad de Mexico [from half-title].

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1673.) Agustín de Vetancurt.
Arte de lengua mexicana.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1675.) Pedro Salmerón.
Vida de la Vble. Madre Isable de la Encarnacion, Carmelita Descalça, Natural de la Ciudad de los Angeles.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1680.) Carlos de Sigüenza y Góngora.
Theatro de virtudes politicas, que constituyen á un principe, advertidas en los monarchas antiguos del Mexicano Imperio.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1684.) Raymundo Lumbier.
Noticia de las Sesenta, y Cinco Proposiciones Nuevamente Condenasas por . . . Inocencio XI.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1697.) [Francisco de Soria.]
Manual de exercicios, para los desagravios de Christo.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1698.)
Constituciones de la Provincia de San Diego de Mexico de los Menores descalcos.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1698.) José Ramirez.
Via lactea, seu vita candidissima S. Philippi Nerii.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1723.) Manuel Pérez.
Cathecismo romano, traducido en castellano, y mexicano.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1785.) Antonio de Guadalupe Ramírez.
Breve compendio de todo lo que debe saber, y entender el christiano . . . dispuesto en lengua othomi.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1785.) Bernardo de Gálvez.
Proclamation by the hero of Pensacola as Viceroy of New Spain.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--1804.)
Decree by the Inquisition banning or restricting 74 books.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Matías Rodríguez.
Explicacion de las sesenta y cinco proposiciones prohibidas por . . . Innocencio XI.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) [Antonio Núñez de Miranda.]
Explicacion theorica y practica aplicacion del libro quarto del Contemptus mundi.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Francisco Antonio de Ipinarrieta.
Oracion funebre, que en las exequias de doña Nicolasa Nuñez Zenteno.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Juan de la Madre de Dios.
Breve summa de la oracion mental . . . en los noviciados de los Carmelitas descalços,

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) José de Barcia y Zambrana.
Epistola exhortatoria en orden a que los predicadores evangelicos no priven de la doctrina à las almas en los sermones de fiestas.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.)
Reglas de la Compañia de Jesus.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) José Gómez de la Parra.
Panegyrico funeral de la vida . . . Manuel Fernandez de Santa Cruz, obispo de la Puebla.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Manuel Fernández de Santa Cruz.
Regla . . . que han de guardar las religiosas del Convento del maximo doct. S. Geronimo del a Puebla.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Felipe Rodríguez de Ledesma.
Al Rey, Nuestro Señor en su real, y supremo Consejo de las Indias ofrece, insinuando la pusilidad de sus meritos, la deprecacon de sus reales memorias, el contenido en este (caption title).

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Nicolás Simeón Salazar Flores.
Directorio de confessores que ofrece á los principiantes, y nuevos Ministros de el Sacramento de la Penitencia.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.)
Instruccion para criar novicios de el orden descalzo de N.S. del Carmen.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Antonio Vazquez Gaztelu.
Arte de lengua mexicana.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Francisco Ildephonso Segura.
Consultas varias, morales y mysticas.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Manuel de Loaisaga.
Historia de la milagrosissima imagen de nuestra señora de Occotlan, que se venera extramuros de la ciudad de Tlaxcala.

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(MEXICAN IMPRINT--PUEBLA.) Jerónimo Cortés y Zedeño.
Arte, vocabulario y confessionario en el idioma mexicano, como se usa en el Obispado de Guadalaxara.

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