Published by Roseburg: Douglas County (Oregon) Historical Society, 1967., 1967
24pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos. Very Good condition in stapled self wrappers (soft cover). A little damp wrinkling at top edge, covers barely sunned (tanned). Otherwise clean, tight, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings. "Daniel W. Stearns, Oregon Argonaut" by Rolstyn D. Bridges, "J.J. Whitsett, Indian War Veteran" by Carola Bakken, "Myrtle Creek Mamories" by Ora Weaver Carter, "Tragedy on the Umpqua" (death of Charles McSlellan Minter) by Harold Avery Minter, et al.
Seller Inventory # 24506
Published by Idaho Falls: Published by the Author, 1983., 1983
10th printing. 25pp, (6x9 inches). Very good in yellow stapled wrappers. Back cover soiled, corners lightly rubbed. Contents clean, crisp, tight. No tears or creases, no internal markings.
Seller Inventory # 13018
Published by Salt Lake City: Bookcraft, 1962., 1962
4th printing (originally 1958). 404pp, (6x9 inches), index. Good condition, hardcover, nodust jacket. Boards ar elightly soiled and worn, lower corners bumped. Also a little flared (wond quite lie flat). Edges of page soiled, but contents are clean and tight, no tears or creases, no markings. Quite useable. Modern researchmethods, evaluation of the recordsand of evidence, solving discrepancies, surname and local targets, vital statistics, church records, census records, probate, land records and deeds, military and naval records, cemetery and marriage roles, printed family histories and genealogies, original records and microfilms, et al.
Seller Inventory # 23405
Published by Beatrice Bailey, Inc. (no date)
Unpaginated, but about 300pp, (6x9 inches), b&w illustrations. Near Fine condition, hardcover, no dust jacket. Green leatherette boards with gilt decorations. Owner's little name/address label inside front cover, otherwise everything is clean, tight, bright, corners sharp, no markings.
Seller Inventory # 23406
Published by Harrison Lake Historical Society, 1981., 1981
Reprint, originally published in 1974. 46pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), b&w photos, map. Only Good condition in stapled wrappers (soft cover). Entire booklet is a little warped, but clean, tight, no tears or creases, no markings. Local history "which preserves for all time the fascinating history of the Harrison area, the 1850 link in the gold trail to the Cariboo. People, places, businesses, et al. British Columbia.
Seller Inventory # 24489
Published by Roseburg: Douglas County (Oregon) Historical Society, 1966., 1966
24pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos. Very Good condition in stapled self wrappers (soft cover). A little nick at tail of spine, covers barely sunned (tanned). Otherwise clean, tight, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings. "Old Man of the Mountains" (Pierre Pariseau) by Harriet D. Munnick, "J.L. Gilbert, Pioneer Educator" by Helen Ruth Montague, "Journey into the Past" (Pearl Price, school teacher) by Wiliam Strader, "South Umpqua River Railroad Bridge," et al.
Seller Inventory # 24505
Published by St. Helena, CA: Illuminations Press, 1977., 1977
Joe Seney (illustrator). 116pp, (6x9 inches), maps, photos, index. Very Good in wrappers (soft covers). Light rubbing to spine and corners, otherwise clean and bright, no spine creasing, no other creases, no markings. History not only of Brannon, but of the "upper valley" beneath Mt. St, Helena. Local history from the Hot Springs country and Napa Valley.
Seller Inventory # 20007
Published by Logan, UT: The Everton Publishers, Inc., 1975., 1975
67pp, (5.75 x 9 inches). Very Good condition in orange wrappers (soft cover). OPwner's name, tiny chip at head of spine, front cover barely curved. Otherwise clean and firmly bound, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings to text.
Seller Inventory # 25174
Published by Western Imprints / The Press of the Oregon Historical Society, 1984., 1984
xii, 128pp, (8.5 x 11 inches), b&w photos, maps, glossary. Near Fine/Fair, hardcover with dust jacket. The book itself is crisp, clean, tight, corners sharp, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings. The jacket Has serious chips and tears, some tape mending inside. Now in a jacket protector. Family history, growing up in Lakeview, stockmen of Eastern Oregon, the Cowboys, Oregon Indians, horse training. Local history and outhor's memories of the place and the people. Nice color illustration of Leonard on the DJ and title page.
Seller Inventory # 24593
Published by BookSurge, 2006., 2006
283pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos Very Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). A little roughness at top edge of the last few pages, otherwis clean and tight, no tears or creases, no markings. SIGNED by the author as "Aunt Myrna" and inscribed to Ron. Memoir of life in Foxholm, North Dakota. Lors of photos and local history. Signed by Author.
Seller Inventory # 24681
Published by NY: N.E. Genealogical Society,1908., 1908
Reprint. Variously paginated, but about 112pp, (8.5 x 11 inches), b&w illustrations. Near fine condition, hard cover, no dust jacket. Green cloth with gilt title on spine. The owner has noted three errors on the front free endpaper in pencil. Otherwise the book is clean, bright, tight, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings to the text. The title goes on to include: "Hon. Russell Sage and Margaret Olivia (Slocum) Sage, the Slocum Families showing three lines of descent from the signers of the Mayflower Compact.".
Seller Inventory # 24934
Published by Phoenix: Dept. Of Mineral Resources, 1970., 1970
7th edition, revised June 1970. 93pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), map, forms. Very Good in blue stapled wrappers (soft cover). Light fading to spine, three pages have brief underlining, otherwise clean, tight, crisp. Who may locate a mining claim, lands subject to location, substances which may be located under state and federal law, public domain, Multiple Surface Act of 1955, placer claims, mill site, tunnel location, maintenance of title, homesteads, annual requirements, acquisition of mining rights on state land, safety rules, labor laws, water, roads, public land survey, et al.
Seller Inventory # 22052
Published by Published By the Author, No Date.
337pp, (6x9 inches), b&w photos, map of Hudson, WI. Very Good/ no dust jacket. Hardcover, blue boards with gilt titles. Spine is cocked (slanted), otherwise everything is tight and clean, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings. Family history, geneaology.
Seller Inventory # 16477
Published by [Mulgrave, Vic. : Published by the Author , 2001]., 2001
84pp, (6 x 8.25 inches), b&w photos, bibliography. Very Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). Top corner is bumped, pages are affected. One page corner is turned down. Otherwise the book is clean, tight, crisp, no markings. SIGNED by the author with a brief inscription. Stories of individual Anglo Indians and their lives in India. Social issues. (There is no publication information in the book. The information I used here for publisher, etc. is from the OCLC entry.). Signed by Author.
Seller Inventory # 23279
Published by Northridge: Windsor Publications, 1987., 1987
1st edition stated. 134pp, (8.5 x 11.5 inches), map endpapers, maps in the text, color and b&w photos, index. Fine/Near Fine, hardcover with dust jacket. The jacket spine is a little faded, otherwise book and DJ are crisp, clean, bright and tight, no markings. There is a presentation page tipped in at the front which includes the name of the donor (a real estate firm) and the recipient. Lots of local history, early photos, local businesses (past and recent), etc. Sections include: Land of the Patwin - Prehistory to 1841, Americans on Mexican Ranchos 1841-1848, patterns of settlement 1848-1868, agricultural railroads & prosperity 1868-1900, changes in the new century, et al. Produced in co-operation with the Yolo County Historical Society and the Yolo County Superintendent of Schools.
Seller Inventory # 23606
Published by Eugene, OR: (Published By the Author), 1995., 1995
204pp, (8.5 x 11 inches), b&w photos, maps, lengthy bibliography. Only Good condition in wrappers (soft cover). Covers are a little worn, spine sunned (faded). Top corner of book is bumped, pages affected, bottom corner rubbed. Back cover has been damp, just a little wavey. Affects the last 20pp as well. (Very slight, you can feel it more than see it.) Otherwise clean, firmly bound, no tears or creases, no markings. "Indians, early explorers and travelers of Harney and Malheur Lakes, Blitzen River Valley, and Catlaw Valley; John French Family of Missouri; Cattle Barons of Harney County; Peter French and the French-Glenn Livestock Company; Homesteaders on the South Side of Malheur Lake; Simmons and Olivier Families; Death of Peter French; Trial and Disappearance of Edward Lee Olivier." Lots of local history, old b&w photos, small area maps, records of brands, copies of legal documents, et al,
Seller Inventory # 24592
Published by Genealogical Publishing Co. Inc., (1876) 1998., 1998
viii, 325pp, (7x10 inches), index to counties, cities and towns. Near Fine condition, hard cover, no dust jacket. Green cloth with gilt titles. clean, bright and tight, corners sharp, no bumpsm tears or creases, no markings. Originally publ8ished in 1876 in Dublin. Incudes the provinces of Leinster, Munster, Ulster and Connaught. Subtitle goes on to add ".Owners of land of one acre and upwards in the several counties, counties of cities, and counties of towns in Ireland, showing the names of such owners arranged alphabetically in each county, their addresses. and the valuation in each case. To which is added a summary for each province and for all of Iteland.".
Seller Inventory # 24932
Published by No Publication Information, 1981, 1981
264pp, (8.5 x 11 inches), black and white photos. Near Fine condition, hardcover, no dust jacket. Red embossed boards with gilt title and decoration. Clean, bright, tight, no bumps, tears or creases, no markings. History of Elmwood, Wisconsin: beginnings, news from from each decade, surrounding decades, legends and heroes, farming, churches, library, rod and gun club, businesses, et al. Celebrating the 75th year of incorporation of Elmwood in 1980.
Seller Inventory # 20921
Published by Self Published, 1988., 1988
Limited to 100 copies. About 130pp, printed one side only, (9x11 inches), b&w photos. Very Good in green wrappers (softcover) with black binding tape on spine. (As issued?). Spine is a little cocked (slanted), covers soiled and lightly worn. Some page corners creased at the tip, otherwise contents clean and tight. Family history, set largely in Texas and Minnesota. Includes a grandfather who fought in the Civil War. Author states that he is having 100 copies printed.
Seller Inventory # 11832
Published by Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc., 1988., 1988
Facsimile Reprint, originally from P.J. Kennedy & Sons, 1937. 325pp, (5.5 x 8.5 inches), index of names. Near Fine condition in green wrappers (soft cover). Crisp, clean and tight. No spine creasing, no other creases, no bumps, tears or markings. A Heritage Classic.
Seller Inventory # 25514
Published by Historica, Lid., 1993., 1993
1st printing stated. 350pp, oblong (11 x 8.5 inches), b&w photos, index. Very Good/Very Good, hardcover, with a dust jacket. Corners bumped, spine of the book just barely cocked (slanted). Otherwise clean and firmly bound, no markings. Dust jacket just looks handled, corners bumped( to match the book's corners). but crisp and bright, no tears, chips or creases. Now in DJ protector. Starts with the 1906 earthquake. Local history, agriculture, business, politics. "Hard times, (and) hard work." Lots of photos of people, places and events. Heavy book, international shipping will require extra charge.
Seller Inventory # 24898