Exploration and Travel, featuring Americana
Part II - Online sale

25 Sep - 2 Oct 2018

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SHAKER RELATED IMPRINTS. A group of 11 Shaker-related items, comprising: [EVANS, FREDERICK W.] Autobiography of a Shaker, and Revelations of the Apocalypse. [1869.]

PENNSYLVANIA: FRAKTUR. SCHULTZ, DAVID. Manuscript book, "David Schultz's Blank Book April 6th One thousand Eight hundred and thirty four," 210 pp recto and verso, folio (310 x 189 mm), n.p. [Pennsylvania], April 6, 1834-December 28, 1848,

MISSOURI: LEAD MINING. HARING, LANSING. 1836-1917. Manuscript journal of Lansing Haring for the calendar year 1860, 138 pp recto and verso, 12mo (147 x 92 mm), in ink, with a few hand-drawn embellishments, and lists of accounts in the back pages.

PAINE, THOMAS. 1737-1809. ROMNEY, GEORGE, artist. Thomas Paine. London: W. Sharp, April 20, 1793.

CALIFORNIA AND THE WEST. Group of records regarding California and Oregon during the gold rush era, comprising: 1. Manuscript account book of William Dunphy's ranch and stockyard, 180 pp recto and verso, folio, San Francisco, 1858-1863, in ink and pencil on blue reule paper.

CHANNING, WILLIAM ELLERY. 1780-1842. Autograph Letter Signed, 3 pp recto and verso, 4to (conjoining leaves), Newport, RI, September 30, 1839, to Joseph Tuckerman, DD, expressing his deep gratitude to his mentor,

SONGS OF ABOLITIONISM AND THE CIVIL WAR. Three printed songs and poems, comprising: 1. WILDER, FRANK. The Popular John Brown Song. [Boston]: J.W. Turner, 1861. Printed broadside, 235 x 282 mm. Sheet music with 4 lines of lyrics under the 8-bar verse, following a 4-bar introduction, with a price of 10 cents printed at right above the musical staff. Browning, dampstain at lower left into musical staff.

GRIERSON, BENJAMIN H. 1826-1911. Campaign Song. [Meredosia, IL: 1860.]

CONFEDERATE ARTILLERY TRAINING. ROBERTS, JOSEPH. 1814-1898. The Hand-book of Artillery. Charleston: Evans & Cogswell, 1862.

CONNECTICUT: PRUDENCE CRANDALL SCHOOL. JUDSON, ANDREW T. 1784-1853, AND OTHERS. Canterbury, CT: April 8, 1833. Printed handbill, 253 x 208 mm. Signed in type by Andrew T. Judson, William Lester, Solomon Payne, Rufus Adams, Asael Bacon, Chester Lyon and Andrew Harris. Written in the form of a letter, and hand-addressed on the verso to William S. Hollabird, Esq., Winchester, CT, voicing the objections of the signatories to the establishment of the Prudence Crandall School.

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