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"Gardner, Brian
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MAFEKING, A VICTORIAN LEGEND
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"SN28358" Cassell, London 1966, first edition, 246 pages, profusely illustrated with historic photographs, several maps. Story of the seven month siege of Mafeking and its small British garrison during the Boer War. Finally in May 1900, the siege was broken and all of Britain hailed it as a great victory. Commander of the garrison was Colonel R.S.S. Baden-Powell and he became the most popular national hero since Wellington. Dust Jacket slightly worn, book Fine.  ID#: 3590

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Buchan, John
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THE MASSACRE OF GLENCOE
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[100251] G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1933. 1st Edition. G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1933. 1st Edition. An account of the infamous murder of members of the MacDonald clan. In February 1692, the small Clan MacDonald of Glencoe was massacred by Campbell of Glenlyon's troops under orders from the English Government. Some cover soiling. Very Good  ID#: 602

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Catton, Bruce
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-THE FINAL FURY
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"T30830" Doubleday, Garden City 1974, first edition, third printing, hardcover, 4to, 114 pages with 41 illustrations and five maps, endpaper map as well. Catton clarifies for all time the causes of the conflict; he has narrated and analyzed the course of events, paying full heed to the human tragedies brought about, and he has examined the military and political consequences of Gettysburg, Dust jacket is price-clipped but otherwise is Very Fine. The book and slipcase are Very Fine."  ID#: 4086

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Davis, Kenneth C.
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DON'T KNOW MUCH ABOUT THE CIVIL WAR
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"T30515" William Morrow, N.Y. 1996, first editon stated, 518 pages. ""Everything you need to know about America's greatest conflict bu never learned."" Dust jacket, As New.  ID#: 3093

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De Wet, Christiaan Rudolf
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THREE YEARS WAR
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"SN30660" Charles Scribner's 1903 printing, 448 pages, with four plans and a map. Frontis. of De Wet by John S. Sargent. Story of the Boer War, 1899 to 1902 by one of its most famous Boer commanders, a prominent guerrilla fighter. Gilt lettering on cover and spine is intact and bright. Brown cover is unfaded with only moderate wear. Inserted map has one repaired tear but is otherwise clean and intact. No dust jacket. Very Good Plus.  ID#: 3578

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Golay, Michael
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TO GETTYSBURG AND BEYOND
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"T30521" Crown Publishers, N.Y. 1994, first edition stated, 436 pages. The author has written a full-scale joint biography of two remarkable men of Gettysburg, Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain, the scholarly amateur who saved the day at Little Round Top, and Edward Porter Alexander, the outstanding Confederate artillery expert whose enigmatic message launched Pickett's Charge. Dust Jacket and book are Very Fine.  ID#: 3099

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Goldwater, Barry
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BARRY GOLDWATER AND THE SOUTHWEST
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"SN30663" "" "Barry Goldwater and the Southwest" "Wildlife Art & Photography" ". Troy's Publications, Scottsdale, AZ 1976, copy #45 of a limited first edition of 100 copies INSCRIBED by Barry Goldwater, oblong octavo, fully bound in padded leather, unpaginated, illustrated in color and B & W with speculator natural history photographs by the author, foreword by Ansel Adams. Goldwater was an avid photographer and these are some of his outstanding photographs. Very Fine.  ID#: 3603

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Gore, James Howard
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AMERICAN LEGIONNAIRES OF FRANCE A DIRECTORY OF THE CITIZENS OF THE UNITED STATES ON WHOM FRANCE HAS CONFERRED HER NATIONAL ORDER THE LEGION OF HONOR
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[100333] W.F. Roberts Co., 1920. Fine Previous owner signature.  ID#: 604

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Grant, Michael (editor)
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THE BIRTH OF WESTERN CIVILIZATION, GREECE AND ROME
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"T30840" McGraw-Hill, N.Y. 1964, first U.S. edition, folio,360 pages, with 727 illustrations, 226 in color, 501 photographs, drawings, maps and chronological charts. Text by George Huxley, A.R. Burn, H.C, Baldry, W.K.C. Guthrie, many others. Buckram boards with gilt lettering, no dust jacket, previous owner bookplate on the front pastedown. A Fine copy."  ID#: 4098

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Lehmann, Joseph H.
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THE FIRST BOER WAR
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"SN30659" Jonathan Cape, London 1972, first edition, 330 pages, illustrated with historic photographs , drawings and map, pictorial endpapers. Having trekked north in appalling conditions after the British abolition of slavery, the fiercely independent Boers rose in revolt against inept taxation by the British, who annexed the Tranvaal to further their aspiration for a Federation of South African States. Rated by the number of combatants involved, the fighting at Majuba Hill in 1881 was a mere skirmish. Yet few battles have had a more immediate or far-reaching effect. The Boers not only won back the Transvaal from the British and made it the center of intensified nationalist feeling, but altered the whole course of South African history. Unclipped dust jacket and book are Very Fine.  ID#: 3577

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Mandela, Nelson
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LONG WALK TO FREEDOM
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"T30708" Little, Brown, N.Y. 1994, first edition stated, 558 pages, illustrated with B & W photographs, map endpapers. Autobiography of the beloved South African leader who rose from years in prison to unify his country ending apartheid. Unclipped dust jacket and book are Very Fine.  ID#: 3714

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Nesbitt, Mark
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35 DAYS TO GETTYSBURG
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"T30523" Stackpole Books, Harrisburg, PA 1992, first editon stated, 208 pages. "" The Campaign Diaries of Two American Enemies."" This book features the diaries of Thomas Lewis Ware, a Conderate soldier from rural Georgia, and Franklin Horner, a Union soldier from the coal country of Pennsylvania, who are on their way, with their respective armies, to Gettysburg. Day by day, as they march toward the fateful battle, they record their thoughts until the day they eventually come face to face - one is on a hill called Big Round Top and the other a musket shot away near a pile of boulders called the Devil's Den. One will go home to tell of his experiences,: the other did not survive the battle. Dust jacket and book are Very Fine.  ID#: 3102

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PYLE, ERNIE
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BRAVE MEN
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[900007] New York: Henry Holt, 1944, 1944. F. 1st Printing. No dust jacket, book Near Fine.  ID#: 945

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Roosevelt, Theodore
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CALIFORNIA ADDRESSES BY PREISENT ROOSEVELT
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"T30706" Published by the California Promotion Committee, San Francisco 1903. Hardcover, first edition, 151 pages, illustrated. Has an inscription with date 1903 on the front endpaper. Very Good Plus.  ID#: 3723

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Roosevelt, Theodore
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HISTORY AS LITERATURE AND OTHER ESSAYS
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"T30703" Charles Scribner's, N.Y. first edition published September 1913, TEG, 310 pages. No dust jacket. Blue cover with gilt lettering on spine is bright and intact. There is a neat previous owner signature and date 1914 on the front endpaper. Near Fine.  ID#: 3722

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