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San Diego: Los Hombres Press, 1993. Paperback. 205p., signed by the author, very good first edition trade paperback in pictorial wraps. The DC-based author is a member of P-FLAG (Parents-Friends of Lesbians and Gays) Sequel to her first novel which brings the characters to the Civil War.
Richmond VA: Garrett and Massie, Publishers, 1934. xi, 296p., line maps as called for, first edition cloth boards gilt; mild edgewear to boards, unobtrusive handling stain to cloth, internally clean save for one small ownership signature (scholar Rudy Lapp's) and entirely sound, spine titling nice and bright, a good to.....
New York: Ambrosia Books, 2003. Hardcover. xviii, 462p., signed by the European American author, dj. Novelized account of an interracial couple in Bucks County, PA, in the turmoil of abolitionism and the Civil War. Written by their second great grandniece. Bookstore autograph sticker on front wrap, else very good.
Pasadena, California: Self-published by the author, 1923 . Paperback. 412p., later printing (in gray wraps) of *Ahouse A6b. "Upton Sinclair Presents William Fox" (a 1933 title) sets the earliest year this particular printing could have been made). Good. Library bookplate to inside front cover. Bubbling/creasing along length of somewhat soiled/browned.....
Norwich, CT: Press of the Bulletin Co., 1881. xiii, 150p, wood-block frontis portrait of the author, 5 x 7.75 inch first edition cloth boards with gilt cover titling; spine mildly sunned, has a half-inch chip to head, front hinge cracked, corner-tips turned and frayed, find former owner's presentation inscription to.....
Boston: Henry Hoyt, 1866. 305p., frontispiece is a photographic portrait from the negative, first edition bevelled green cloth boards with spine title and rolled device gilt, panelled in blind, t.e.g., headbands; somewhat edgeworn, with some tiny tears along a too-deeply impressed ruling at the head, two old bookplates on the.....
Philadelphia: no publisher noted [H. Longstreth], 1856. Paperback. xii, 125p. Originally published in 1827, this is from the second edition from 1856. disbound with originally threads still intact. Wear to all edges with some loss at corners. Long tear across page 5-6 at center. No loss to text. The 1856.....
Macon: Mercer University press, 1990. Hardcover. ix, 219p., illus. first printing. Very good hardcover. Teahmoh, a fugitive slave from Virginia, subsequently returned to the state after the Civil War to participate in the Reconstruction government. His narrative/autobiography existed only in manuscript before this edition.
Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott, 1863. Hardcover. iv, 335, iv, 334p., two installments as a singleton, hardbound in 7.5x4.7 inch diced brown cloth boards pressed in blind, spine-titled gilt. A shaky copy; external titling now illegible; extremities are worn and nicked with short splits to joints (hinges remain sound pace a......