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  • Bachman, Ben.
    UPSTREAM: a Voyage on the Connecticut River.

    Edition: First printing.

    Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1985. dj. First edition - From the dustjacket flap: 'Traveling by tugboat, canoe, train, a nd on foot, Ben Bachman takes us on a voyage up the Connecticut, from its mouth on Long Island Sound to its headwaters in the wildness of Northern New Hampshire. .. He writes of wildlife and plant life, of the rise and fall of the mills and railroads, of Indians and pioneers, of the Gilded Age on the lower river and dairy farming on the upper.' ix, map, 217 pp. ISBN: 0-395-343895.

    Condition: Fine in very good dust jacket (short closed tear on front cover.)

    Book ID: 30815
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  • Baker, Paula.
    THE MORAL FRAMEWORKS OF PUBLIC LIFE: Gender, Politics, and the State in Rural New York, 1870-1930.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Oxford University Press, 1991. dj. Hardcover first edition - The author's first book, a detailed look at a specific group of people - farmers in rural New York - starting at a time when feminist activity was at its height. Photographs, extensive notes, bibliography, index. 251 pp. ISBN: 0-19-5064526.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 26031
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  • SLAVES IN THE FAMILY. by Ball, Edward.
    Ball, Edward.
    SLAVES IN THE FAMILY.

    Edition: Uncorrected proof (trade paperback format. )

    New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, (1998.). First edition - The author's first book, winner of the 1998 National Book Award. "The story of one man's exploration of his family's slave-owning past and his search for the descendants of the people his family ket as slaves. In 1698, Elias Ball traveled from his home in devon, England, to Charleston, Carolina to take possession of his inheritance: part of a plantation and twenty slaves. Elias and his progeny built an American dynasty that lasted six generations, acquiring more than twenty plantations along the Cooper River near Charleston, selling rice known as Carolina Gold, and enslaving close to four thousand Africans ans African-Americans until 1865, when Union troops arrived on the…

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    New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, (1998.). First edition - The author's first book, winner of the 1998 National Book Award. "The story of one man's exploration of his family's slave-owning past and his search for the descendants of the people his family ket as slaves. In 1698, Elias Ball traveled from his home in devon, England, to Charleston, Carolina to take possession of his inheritance: part of a plantation and twenty slaves. Elias and his progeny built an American dynasty that lasted six generations, acquiring more than twenty plantations along the Cooper River near Charleston, selling rice known as Carolina Gold, and enslaving close to four thousand Africans ans African-Americans until 1865, when Union troops arrived on the lawns of Balls' estates to force emancipation. ... A nonfiction American saga that is part history, part journey of discovery. This is the story of black and white families who have lived side-by-side through three hundred years.." Illustrated with black and white photographs. Genealogy charts, notes, index. 489 pp.

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    Condition: Very good in printed cream colored wrappers (some creasing to the corners). A very uncommon advance issue.

    Book ID: 43608
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  • Ball, Edward.
    SLAVES IN THE FAMILY.

    Edition: 2nd printing.

    New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, (1998.). Hardcover first edition - The author's first book, winner of the 1998 National Book Award. From the dj flap: this "is the story of one man's exploration of his family's slave-owning past and his search for the descendants of the people his family ket as slaves. In 1698, Elias Ball traveled from his home in devon, England, to Charleston, Carolina to take possession of his inheritance: part of a plantation and twenty slaves. Elias and his progeny built an American dynasty that lasted six generations, acquiring more than twenty plantations along the Cooper River near Charleston, selling rice known as Carolina Gold, and enslaving close to four thousand Africans ans African-Americans until…

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    New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, (1998.). Hardcover first edition - The author's first book, winner of the 1998 National Book Award. From the dj flap: this "is the story of one man's exploration of his family's slave-owning past and his search for the descendants of the people his family ket as slaves. In 1698, Elias Ball traveled from his home in devon, England, to Charleston, Carolina to take possession of his inheritance: part of a plantation and twenty slaves. Elias and his progeny built an American dynasty that lasted six generations, acquiring more than twenty plantations along the Cooper River near Charleston, selling rice known as Carolina Gold, and enslaving close to four thousand Africans ans African-Americans until 1865, when Union troops arrived on the lawns of Balls' estates to force emancipation. ... A nonfiction American saga that is part history, part journey of discovery. This is the story of black and white families who have lived side-by-side through three hundred years.." Illustrated with black and white photographs. Genealogy charts, notes, index. 495 pp. Illustrated endpapers. ISBN: 0-374-265828.

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    Condition: Near fine, lacking the dust jacket.

    Book ID: 50839
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  • SLAVES IN THE FAMILY. by Ball, Edward.
    Ball, Edward.
    SLAVES IN THE FAMILY.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, (1998.) dj. Hardcover first edition - The author's first book, winner of the 1998 National Book Award. From the dj flap: this "is the story of one man's exploration of his family's slave-owning past and his search for the descendants of the people his family ket as slaves. In 1698, Elias Ball traveled from his home in devon, England, to Charleston, Carolina to take possession of his inheritance: part of a plantation and twenty slaves. Elias and his progeny built an American dynasty that lasted six generations, acquiring more than twenty plantations along the Cooper River near Charleston, selling rice known as Carolina Gold, and enslaving close to four thousand Africans ans African-Americans…

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    New York: Farrar, Straus & Giroux, (1998.) dj. Hardcover first edition - The author's first book, winner of the 1998 National Book Award. From the dj flap: this "is the story of one man's exploration of his family's slave-owning past and his search for the descendants of the people his family ket as slaves. In 1698, Elias Ball traveled from his home in devon, England, to Charleston, Carolina to take possession of his inheritance: part of a plantation and twenty slaves. Elias and his progeny built an American dynasty that lasted six generations, acquiring more than twenty plantations along the Cooper River near Charleston, selling rice known as Carolina Gold, and enslaving close to four thousand Africans ans African-Americans until 1865, when Union troops arrived on the lawns of Balls' estates to force emancipation. ... A nonfiction American saga that is part history, part journey of discovery. This is the story of black and white families who have lived side-by-side through three hundred years.." Illustrated with black and white photographs. Genealogy charts, notes, index. 495 pp. Illustrated endpapers. ISBN: 0-374-265828.

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    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 36579
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  • BLACK LIVES, WHITE LIVES: Three Decades of Race Relations in America. by Blauner, Bob.
    Blauner, Bob.
    BLACK LIVES, WHITE LIVES: Three Decades of Race Relations in America.

    Edition: Trade paperback.

    Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, (1990.). Candid interviews with sixteen black Americans and twelve white Americans starting in 1968, with most interviewed again in 1979 and 1986. These interviews capture the racial tensions of the late 1960's and the changing perspectives of the 70's and 80's - some are encouraging; others are often angry or disillusioned accounts of failed promises, misunderstandings, and lost opportunities. This trade paperback edition includes two new essays by the author - 'The Author's Story' and 'Where Are the People Now.' Also includes an appendix with the methodology used, notes, and a bibliographic essay. 364 pp. ISBN: 0-520069501.

    Condition: Very good in stiff black wrappers.

    Book ID: 38953
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  • Bontemps, Arna.
    100 YEARS OF NEGRO FREEDOM.

    Edition: Trade paperback.

    New York: Dodd Mead / Apollo Editions, 1961. Survey of African American history beginning with the Emancipation Proclamation in 1863, and focusing on the contributions of black leaders - DuBois, Booker T. Washington, Pinckney Pinchback, Theodore Greener, Timothy Fortune, George Washington Carver, Emmett Scott and others. Bibliography. Index. 276 pp.

    Condition: Very good+.

    Book ID: 42854
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  • PILLAR OF FIRE: AMERICA IN THE KING YEARS 1963-65. by Branch, Taylor.
    Branch, Taylor.
    PILLAR OF FIRE: AMERICA IN THE KING YEARS 1963-65.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Simon & Schuster, (1998.) dj. Hardcover first edition - A continuation of Branch's Pulitzer Prize-winning history, 'Parting the Waters.' The second volume in his monumental and definitive trilogy on the history of America during the Martin Luther King era and the Civil Rights revolution. Covers the end of segregation, the jailing of King, and rifts in the non-violent movement; among the leaders during this era were Malcolm X, Diane Nash, Abraham Heschel, Robert Moses, Fannie Lou Hamer and others. Photographs, extensive notes, index. 746 pp. ISBN: 0-684-808196.

    Condition: Near fine in very good dust jacket.

    Book ID: 73405
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  • Branch, Taylor.
    PARTING THE WATERS, AMERICA IN THE KING YEARS 1954-63.

    Edition: 3rd printing.

    New York: Simon & Schuster, 1988. dj. SIGNED hardcover - INSCRIBED on the first blank page and dated in 1989. Uncommon signed. A comprehensive guide to the early years of the civil rights movement, meticulously researched. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award. Notes, index. 1064 pp plus photographic plates. ISBN: 0-671-460978.

    Condition: Just about fine in a fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 36282
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  • PILLAR OF FIRE: AMERICA IN THE KING YEARS 1963-65. by Branch, Taylor.
    Branch, Taylor.
    PILLAR OF FIRE: AMERICA IN THE KING YEARS 1963-65.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Simon & Schuster, (1998.) dj. Hardcover first edition - A continuation of Branch's Pulitzer Prize-winning history, 'Parting the Waters.' The second volume in his monumental and definitive trilogy on the history of America during the Martin Luther King era and the Civil Rights revolution. Covers the end of segregation, the jailing of King, and rifts in the non-violent movement; among the leaders during this era were Malcolm X, Diane Nash, Abraham Heschel, Robert Moses, Fannie Lou Hamer and others. Photographs, extensive notes, index. 746 pp. ISBN: 0-684-808196.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 62275
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  • PILLAR OF FIRE: AMERICA IN THE KING YEARS 1963-65. by Branch, Taylor.
    Branch, Taylor.
    PILLAR OF FIRE: AMERICA IN THE KING YEARS 1963-65.

    Edition: Full size book club edition.

    New York: Simon & Schuster, (1998.) dj. Hardcover - A continuation of Branch's Pulitzer Prize-winning history, 'Parting the Waters.' The second volume in his monumental and definitive trilogy on the history of America during the Martin Luther King era and the Civil Rights revolution. Covers the end of segregation, the jailing of King, and rifts in the non-violent movement; among the leaders during this era were Malcolm X, Diane Nash, Abraham Heschel, Robert Moses, Fannie Lou Hamer and others. Photographs, extensive notes, index. 746 pp. ISBN: 0-684-808196.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 60349
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  • Branch, Taylor.
    PARTING THE WATERS, AMERICA IN THE KING YEARS 1954-63.

    Edition: 3rd printing.

    New York: Simon & Schuster, (1988.) dj. SIGNED hardcover - A comprehensive guide to the early years of the civil rights movement, meticulously researched. SIGNED on the title page, and uncommon thus. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award. Notes, index. 1064 pp plus photographic plates. ISBN: 0-671-460978.

    Condition: Very good in a near fine dust jacket. A massive book (over 1000 pgs) with many pages of photographs.

    Book ID: 37151
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  • PARTING THE WATERS, AMERICA IN THE KING YEARS 1954-63. by Branch, Taylor.
    Branch, Taylor.
    PARTING THE WATERS, AMERICA IN THE KING YEARS 1954-63.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Simon & Schuster, (1988.) dj. Hardcover first edition - A comprehensive guide to the early years of the civil rights movement, meticulously researched. Winner of the Pulitzer Prize and the National Book Critics Circle Award. Notes, index. 1064 pp plus photographic plates. ISBN: 0-671-460978.

    Condition: Very good in very good dust jacket (price-clipped). A massive book, and rather uncommon in the hardcover first edition.

    Book ID: 51188
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  • Buni, Andrew
    THE NEGRO IN VIRGINIA POLITICS, 1902-1965

    Edition: First printing.

    Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia 1967. dj. Hardcover first edition - Includes appendices, index, bibliography.

    Condition: Ex-library, but overall near fine with almost no markings/no dj as issued.

    Book ID: 5136
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  • THE SHAWNEES AND THE WAR FOR AMERICA. by Calloway, Colin G.
    Calloway, Colin G.
    THE SHAWNEES AND THE WAR FOR AMERICA.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York: Penguin, (2007.) dj. Hardcover first edition - The first title in the series 'The Penguin Library of American Indian History' under the general editorship of Calloway. A concise, but still accurate history, of the conflicts between these Indians, in their struggle to remain independent, and the early American settlers' drive to move westward and to occupy more and more land. Notes, bibliography, index. 216 pp. ISBN: 9780670038626.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket (a new copy.)

    Book ID: 50647
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  • THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS IN TIMES OF WAR. by Cannon, Carl M.
    Cannon, Carl M.
    THE PURSUIT OF HAPPINESS IN TIMES OF WAR.

    Edition: First printing.

    Lanham, MD and Oxford: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, (2003.) dj. Hardcover first edition - A look at the real meaning of patriotism and how Americans have dealt with life in difficult times from Thomas Jefferson and the American Revolution to Frederick Douglass, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Martin Luther King and our current times, by a White House Correspondent. A title in the American Political Challenges series under the editorship of Larry J. Sabato. Notes, index, 330 pp. ISBN: 0-7425-25910.

    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket.

    Book ID: 45068
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  • CHAINS OF FEAR: American Race Relations Since Reconstruction. by Cassity, Michael J.
    Cassity, Michael J.
    CHAINS OF FEAR: American Race Relations Since Reconstruction.

    Edition: First printing.

    Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, (1984.). Hardcover first edition - Number 3 in the series "Grass Roots Perspectives on American History" - An introduction to the roots of American racism, with chapters on migration, the Klan, Jim Crow, lynching, Harlem Renaissance, segregation in baseball, busing, etc. Index. xxxv, 253 pp.,. ISBN: 0-313-213240.

    Condition: Ex-library in dark red cloth with relatively few markings - a tight copy (as is typical of Greenwood Press publications, many copies went to libraries), but with some highlighting, especially in the introduction, but also scattered throughout.

    Book ID: 39879
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  • FOR THIS WE FOUGHT . by Chase, Stuart.
    Chase, Stuart.
    FOR THIS WE FOUGHT .

    Edition: First edition.

    New York: The Twentieth Century Fund, 1946. dj. Hardcover first edition - The sixth and last book in the Series of Guide Lines to America's Future as Reported to the Twentieth Century Fund. Discusses what the people and veterans want now that the war is over. x, 123 pp.

    Condition: Near fine in very good dust jacket (some biopredation to the folds of the dj)

    Book ID: 76343
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  • THE ROAD TO EQUALITY: AMERICAN WOMEN 1940-1961: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 10. by (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) Chafe, William H .
    (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) Chafe, William H .
    THE ROAD TO EQUALITY: AMERICAN WOMEN 1940-1961: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 10.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, (1994.). Hardcover first edition - The tenth volume in this excellent series - the first multivolume series of the public and private lives of women over four centuries, each written by a distinguished historian. Illustrated throughout with photographs. Chronology, suggestions for further reading, index. 142 pp. ISBN: 0-19-5083253.

    Condition: Very near fine in glossy illustrated boards (stamp on front endpaper.) Other titles in this series available.

    Book ID: 48411
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  • FROM BALLOTS TO BREADLINES: AMERICAN WOMEN 1920-1940: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 8. by (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) Deutsch, Sarah Jane .
    (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) Deutsch, Sarah Jane .
    FROM BALLOTS TO BREADLINES: AMERICAN WOMEN 1920-1940: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 8.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, (1994.). Hardcover first edition - The eighth volume in this excellent series - the first multivolume series of the public and private lives of women over four centuries, each written by a distinguished historian. Illustrated throughout with photographs. Chronology, suggestions for further reading, index. 142 pp. ISBN: 0-19-5080637.

    Condition: Very near fine in glossy illustrated boards (stamp on front endpaper.) Other titles in this series available.

    Book ID: 48409
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  • PUSHING THE LIMITS: AMERICAN WOMEN 1940-1961: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 9. by (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) May, Elaine Tyler .
    (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) May, Elaine Tyler .
    PUSHING THE LIMITS: AMERICAN WOMEN 1940-1961: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 9.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, (1994.). Hardcover first edition - The ninth volume in this excellent series - the first multivolume series of the public and private lives of women over four centuries, each written by a distinguished historian. Illustrated throughout with photographs. Chronology, suggestions for further reading, index. 143 pp. ISBN: 0-19-508084x.

    Condition: Very near fine in glossy illustrated boards (stamp on front endpaper.) Other titles in this series available.

    Book ID: 48410
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  • THE LIMITS OF INDEPENDENCE: AMERICAN WOMEN 1760-1800: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 3. by (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) Salmon, Marylynn.
    (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) Salmon, Marylynn.
    THE LIMITS OF INDEPENDENCE: AMERICAN WOMEN 1760-1800: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 3.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, (1994.). Hardcover first edition - The third volume in this excellent series - the first multivolume series of the public and private lives of women over four centuries, each written by a distinguished historian. Illustrated throughout with photographs. Chronology, suggestions for further reading, index. 141 pp. ISBN: 0-19-5081250.

    Condition: Very near fine in glossy illustrated boards (stamp on front endpaper.) Other titles in this series available.

    Book ID: 48404
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  • AN UNFINISHED BATTLE: AMERICAN WOMEN 1848-1865: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 5. by (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) Sigerman, Harriet .
    (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) Sigerman, Harriet .
    AN UNFINISHED BATTLE: AMERICAN WOMEN 1848-1865: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 5.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, (1994.). Hardcover first edition - The fifth volume in this excellent series - the first multivolume series of the public and private lives of women over four centuries, each written by a distinguished historian. Illustrated throughout with photographs. Chronology, suggestions for further reading, index. 141 pp. ISBN: 0-19-5081102.

    Condition: Very near fine in glossy illustrated boards (stamp on front endpaper.) Other titles in this series available.

    Book ID: 48406
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  • LABORERS FOR LIBERTY: AMERICAN WOMEN 1865-1890: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 6. by (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) Sigerman, Harriet .
    (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) Sigerman, Harriet .
    LABORERS FOR LIBERTY: AMERICAN WOMEN 1865-1890: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 6.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, (1994.). Hardcover first edition - The sixth volume in this excellent series - the first multivolume series of the public and private lives of women over four centuries, each written by a distinguished historian. Illustrated throughout with photographs. Chronology, suggestions for further reading, index. 141 pp. ISBN: 0-19-5080467.

    Condition: Very near fine in glossy illustrated boards (stamp on front endpaper.) Other titles in this series available.

    Book ID: 48407
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  • BIOGRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT AND INDEX: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 11. by (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) Sigerman, Harriet .
    (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) Sigerman, Harriet .
    BIOGRAPHICAL SUPPLEMENT AND INDEX: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 11.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, (1995.). Hardcover first edition - The eleventh and final volume in this excellent series - the first multivolume series of the public and private lives of women over four centuries, each written by a distinguished historian. Contains brief biographies of notable women in American history, arranged alphabetically. List of musuems devoted to women in history and index to the entire series. Frontispiece. 221 pp. ISBN: 0-19-5088298.

    Condition: Very near fine in glossy illustrated boards (stamp on front endpaper.) Other titles in this series available.

    Book ID: 48412
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  • NEW PATHS TO POWER: AMERICAN WOMEN 1890-1920: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 7. by (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) Smith, Karen Manners .
    (Cott, Nancy F., General Editor) Smith, Karen Manners .
    NEW PATHS TO POWER: AMERICAN WOMEN 1890-1920: The Young Oxford History of Women in the United States, Volume 7.

    Edition: First printing.

    New York & Oxford: Oxford University Press, (1994.). Hardcover first edition - The seventh volume in this excellent series - the first multivolume series of the public and private lives of women over four centuries, each written by a distinguished historian. Illustrated throughout with photographs. Chronology, suggestions for further reading, index. 142 pp. ISBN: 0-19-5081110.

    Condition: Very near fine in glossy illustrated boards (stamp on front endpaper.) Other titles in this series available.

    Book ID: 48408
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  • Fairchild, Louis.
    THE LONESOME PLAINS: Death and Revival on an American Frontier.

    Edition: First printing.

    College Station: Texas A&M University Press, (2002) dj. Hardcover first edition - Using the letters and journals of West Texas settlers, as well as contemporary fiction and poetry, the author records the emotions attending solitude and the ways people sought relief in the late 19th and early 20th century in the Texas Panhandle - from the beginning of permanent settlement there (around 1876) through the transition from cattle ranching to farming. Number 7 in the West Texas A&M University Series. Illustrated with photographs. Notes, bibliography, index. xxii, 323 pp. ISBN: 1585441821.

    Condition: Good only in a near fine dust jacket (extensive highlighting throughout the book)

    Book ID: 67888
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  • BUT WE HAVE NO COUNTRY: The 1851 Christiana, Pennsylvania Resistance. by Forbes, Ella.
    Forbes, Ella.
    BUT WE HAVE NO COUNTRY: The 1851 Christiana, Pennsylvania Resistance.

    Edition: First printing.

    Cherry Hill, NJ: Africana Homestead Legacy Publishers, (1998) dj. Hardcover first edition - Examines from an African American perspective "how William Parker and the Christiana Resisters tested the basic tenets of American democracy and law, especially the 1850 Fugitive Slave Law. . . Ultimately the Christiana Resistance was a contest of wills between Parker and his self-defense organization, with natural law on their side, and Edward Grosuch and other white slave owners, armed, literally with civil law." Includes an appendix with William Parker's The Freedman's Story published in the Atlantic Monthly in Feb, 1866. Photographs. Bibliography, index.xiv, 338 pp. ISBN: 0-965330818.

    Condition: Very near fine in a very good dustjacket (closed tear on front cover of dj).

    Book ID: 67617
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  • RECONSTRUCTION AFTER THE CIVIL WAR. by Franklin, John Hope.
    Franklin, John Hope.
    RECONSTRUCTION AFTER THE CIVIL WAR.

    Edition: Trade paperback.

    Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1967.). A title in the Chicago History of American Civilization series - a lucid and scholarly look at this important era in American history, and one which 'reduces the exaggerations of former views to a more credible picture. ' Chronology, bibliography, index. 258 pp. ISBN: 0-226-260763.

    Condition: Good overall (previous owner's name, underlining and marginal notations on several pages).

    Book ID: 32987
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  • RECONSTRUCTION AFTER THE CIVIL WAR. by Franklin, John Hope.
    Franklin, John Hope.
    RECONSTRUCTION AFTER THE CIVIL WAR.

    Edition: Trade paperback.

    Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1973.). A title in the Chicago History of American Civilization series - a lucid and scholarly look at this important era in American history, and one which 'reduces the exaggerations of former views to a more credible picture. ' Chronology, bibliography, index. 258 pp. ISBN: 0-226-260763.

    Condition: Good condition (some wear to the covers, number written inside front cover on on top edge, contents clean.)

    Book ID: 48219
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