First edition, second issue, of the most influential piece of war fiction in American literature, with the armorial engraved bookplate of Theodore Roosevelt on the front pastedown, and Roosevelt's clipped signature additionally tipped onto the front free endpaper.
First edition of this work that strives to address "the tenuous position of African Americans and impoverished whites in rural Georgia both before and after the Civil War" (Lemon), in a binding designed by Margaret Armstrong.
By Thomas L. McKenney and James Hall, with plates after portraits by Charles Bird King
Important edition of the monumental visual record of Native American leaders, including an extensive account of the original 1836-44 folio edition, biography of the original authors, and the infamous Smithsonian fire — all new to this edition.
First US edition of this moral tract for working class readers, part of the Cheap Repository series conceived by the eminent Bluestocking Hannah More in an attempt to counter the revolutionary ideas of radicals like Thomas Paine.
By Margaret Sidney, illustrated by Mary Wheeler and A. W. Hosmer
Revised and enlarged edition of an illustrated travel guide to Concord, Massachusetts, with an extensive inscription by the author recommending the best way to see Concord is "with a superb indifference to time."