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Hill And Wang, N. Y. 2001 0809078201 / 9780809078202 First Edition is stated on the copyright page Hardcover As New in As New dust jacket 
The overlooked epidemic that took more lives than the casualties of the American Revolution. Illustrated. 370 pages, notes, index. Dust jacket and book are in Fine, as new, condition. ; Standard Book Size 
Price: 25.00 USD
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2 Hatley, Allen G. BRINGING THE LAW TO TEXAS. Crime and Violence in Nineteenth Century Texas.
Centex Press 2002 0964941619 / 9780964941618 First Edition hardcover with dustjacket As New in As New dust jacket Signed by Author
Book is signed on the title page. No other names or markings. ; Standard Book Size.; 198 pages; Signed by Author 
Price: 25.00 USD
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Soldier in the West. Letters of Theodore Talbot During His Services in California, Mexico, and Oregon, 1845-53., Hine, Robert V. and Savoie Lottinville, editors.
3 Hine, Robert V. and Savoie Lottinville, editors. Soldier in the West. Letters of Theodore Talbot During His Services in California, Mexico, and Oregon, 1845-53.
University Of Oklahoma Press, Norman. 1972 0806110023 / 9780806110028 First Edition, stated 
In 1845 Theodore Talbot, son of Isham Talbot, senator from Kentucky, started west on his second tour of duty with John Charles Fremont on the historically significant expedition which participated in the conquest of California. He was later assigned to Vera Cruz, Mexico and in 1849 went to Oregon where he joined the first army detachment along the Columbia River. Volume 61 in the American Exploration And Travel Series. 210 pages, bibliography, index. Dust jacket has slight wear and soiling at the edges and folds. Dust jacket and book are in Near Fine condition. 
Price: 39.00 USD
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4 Mahoney, Harry Thayer and Marjorie Locke Mahoney GALLANTRY IN ACTION
University Press of America 1999 0761814795 / 9780761814795 First Edition As New with No dust jacket as issued 
1st Edition. Book is a hardcover. Book is in As New condition. A biographic dictionary of espionage in the American Revolutionary War. Published by University Press of America. 444 pages. ; 444 pages 
Price: 59.00 USD
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Slavery and the Annexation of Texas., Merk, Frederick.
5 Merk, Frederick. Slavery and the Annexation of Texas.
Alfred A. Knopf, N. Y. 1972 0394481046 / 9780394481043 First Edition, stated 
Harvard historian, Frederick Merk, stresses the central position of slavery and racism in the annexation crisis and shows the Senate bitterly contesting extensions of executive power as President Tyler tries to annex Texas. 290 pages. Index pages i-x. Price clipped dust jacket has wear to fold and some bug damage where the color has been removed in spots. Book has Knopf remainder mark on bottom edge. Dust jacket is in Very Good Plus condition and book is in Near Fine condition. 
Price: 29.00 USD
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6 Weisenburger, Steven. Modern Medea. a Family Story of Slavery and Child-Murder from the Old South.
Hill And Wang, N. Y. 1998 0809069539 / 9780809069538 First Edition Hard cover with dust jacket As New in As New dust jacket 
"In the middle of a frigid Sunday night in January 1856, a twenty-two-year-old Kentucky slave named Margaret Garner gathered up her family and raced north, toward Cincinnati and freedom. " Surrounded, before her capture, she nearly decapitated her 2 year old daughter, crying out that she would rather see her children dead than returned to slavery. This is the story and events behind Toni Morrison's BELOVED. 352 pages, notes, bibliography and index. Dust jacket and book are in Very Fine, as new condition.; 352 pages 
Price: 39.00 USD
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