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1 Carter, Cullen Tuller Methodist leaders in the Old Jerusalem Conference, 1812-1962
Parthenon Press 1961 First Edition; First Impression Hardcover Very Good in Good dust jacket 
Brodart. . We provide delivery tracking on US orders. ; 222 pages; 
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The Heritage of Russell County, Alabama, Committee
2 Committee The Heritage of Russell County, Alabama
Clanton, Al Heritage Publishing Consultants 2003 1891647636 / 9781891647635 First Edition; First Impression Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket 
Green leather like cover with gilt print. Large heavy book. Russell County was established by an act of the state general assembly on December 18, 1832, from lands ceded to the state by the Creek Indians. The county seat has changed several times: Girard (1833–1839), Crawford originally Crockettsville (1839–1868), Seale (1868–1935) and Phenix City (1935–present). It was named for War of 1812, Col. Gilbert Christian Russell, Sr., 1782–1861, 3rd U.S. Infantry. Its county seat is Phenix City. Its name is in honor of Colonel Gilbert C. Russell, who fought in the wars against the Creek Indians.; Heritage of Alabama series; Vol. 57; Photographs, illustrations, charts; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 586 pages 
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The Heritage of Clarke County, Alabama, Davis-chairman, Walter & Reba Davis-treasurer & Jeanette White-family coordinator & Inez Fleming-topical coordinator & Cassie Gibby Perkins & Ramona Larrimore & Roy Laverne Mott & Jean Payne
3 Davis-chairman, Walter & Reba Davis-treasurer & Jeanette White-family coordinator & Inez Fleming-topical coordinator & Cassie Gibby Perkins & Ramona Larrimore & Roy Laverne Mott & Jean Payne The Heritage of Clarke County, Alabama
Clanton, Al Heritage Publishing Consultants, Inc. 2001 1891647407 / 9781891647406 First Edition; First Impression Hardcover Near Fine with No dust jacket as issued 
Red leatherlike cover with gilt print. Looks new. Clarke County was established on December 10, 1812 by the Mississippi Territory. The county had numerous forts, built by settlers for protection during the Creek War (1813–1814). One of the most notable was Fort Sinquefield.[5] The first county seat was Clarkesville, founded in 1820. The seat was moved to Macon, later renamed Grove Hill, in 1831. During the American Civil War, the county was notable for its salt production. The county seat is Grove Hill. The county was created by the legislature of the Mississippi Territory in 1812. It is named in honor of General John Clarke of Georgia, who was later elected governor of that state.; The Heritage of Alabama Series; Vol. 13; Photographs, Charts, Maps; 4to 11" - 13" tall; 337 pages 
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Cape Horn Snorter  a Story of the War of 1812, and of Gallant Days With Captian Porter of the U.S. Frigate, Essex, Finger, Charles J.
4 Finger, Charles J. Cape Horn Snorter a Story of the War of 1812, and of Gallant Days With Captian Porter of the U.S. Frigate, Essex
Houghton Mifflin, 1939 First Edition; First Printing Hardcover Good in Good dust jacket 
Map end papers. Grey and red cover. Dust has tears, but now protected with mylar cover. Handsome scene on cover. Scarce. May have dust spotting on top edge from shelf storage over time. Charles Joseph Finger (December 25, 1869 – January 7, 1941) was a British born American writer. He also directed an orchestra and taught piano. Finger was born in Willesden, England, and educated at King's College London. He eventually settled in Fayetteville, Arkansas, where he consecrated to writing . The epitaph on Finger's gravestone is "This voyage done, set sail and steer once more To further landfall on some nobler shore." He is buried in the Farmington, Arkansas cemetery. (Wiki) ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 263 pages 
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Fort Harrison on the banks of the Wabash, 1812-1912;, Fort Harrison Centennial Association. Scovell, J. T.
5 Fort Harrison Centennial Association. Scovell, J. T. Fort Harrison on the banks of the Wabash, 1812-1912;
Terre Haute, IN The Moore-Langen Printing Co. 1912 First Edition; Various Paperback Good+ with no dust jacket 
Brown heavy paper cove is almost detached, contents clean. Excellent 100 year centennial history of Ft. Harrison including a roll call of descendants and Chronology of the fort. This book is protected by an archival quality sleeve to maintain present condition."The Siege of Fort Harrison was an engagement that lasted from September 4 to 15, 1812. The first American land victory during the War of 1812, it was won by an outnumbered United States force garrisoned inside the fort against a combined Native American force near modern Terre Haute, Indiana" Rare. ; Photos, Illustrations 
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Life and travel in Tartary, Thibet, and China  Being a narrative of the Abbé Huc's travels in the Far East, Huc, Evariste Régis
6 Huc, Evariste Régis Life and travel in Tartary, Thibet, and China Being a narrative of the Abbé Huc's travels in the Far East
London T. Nelson 1872 First Edition (?); First Impression Hardcover Good with no dust jacket 
Brown leather cover with newly restored leather spine with gold print. Contents complete with browning to pages due to age. Color plates and black and white engraving throughout. Very colorful. Évariste Régis Huc, or Abbé Huc, (1813–1860) was a French missionary traveller, famous for his accounts of China, Tartary and Tibet. Since the travels of the Englishman, Thomas Manning, in Tibet (1811–1812), no European had visited Lhasa. Huc stimulated European interest in Central Asia and blazed a trail for Asian studies. Huc devoted himself to the study of the dialects and customs of the "Tatars," for whom he translated several religious texts. Scarce if not rare in this condition.. ; 120 pages 
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The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society Vol.20 No. 59 May 1922, Kentucky
7 Kentucky The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society Vol.20 No. 59 May 1922
Kentucky Historical Society Frankfort, Ky 1922 1922 First Impression Paperback Very Good with no dust jacket 
1st edition. Paperback Slight fading to cover. Henry Watterson;The Discovery of Kentucky54Willard Rouse Jillson, Sc.D., Director and State Geologist,The Kentucky Geological Survey;Correspondence between Governor Isaac Shelby and GeneralWilliam Henry Harrison, during the War of 1812;“Heads of Families” in Fayette County, Census of 1810transcribed and edited by A. C. Quisenberry;History of the County Court of Lincoln County, Virginia(now Kentucky)Lucien Beckner; Oil and Gas in the Big Sandy ValleyWillard Rouse Jillson, Sc.D., State Geologist, the KentuckyGeological Survey; A Unique RailroadMartha Stephenson, Harrodsburg, Kentucky;First Explorations of Daniel Boone in KentuckyWillard Rouse Jillson, Sc.D;Reminiscences from the Life of Col. Cave Johnson; Some New Facts about Abraham Lincoln’s Parents (The National Republican, October 15, 1921)Thomas B. McGregor, Assistant Attorney Generalof Kentucky,Some West Kentucky Sketches; Photographs; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 
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8 Lemmon, Sarah McCulloh Frustrated Patriots North Carolina and the War of 1812
Chapel Hill NC The University of North Carolina Press 1973 0807812099 / 9780807812099 Hardcover Very Good in Very Good dust jacket 
Grey cover with silver lettering. Dust jacket now in Brodart mylar protective (clear) cover. Extensive bibliography. Fully indexed. Dust jacket has rubs. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 223 pages 
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9 listed, no author State Papers and Publick Documents of the United States From the Accession of George Washington to the Presidency, Exhibiting a Complete View of Our Foreign Relations Since That Time
Boston, MA Thomas B. Wait 1819 Third Edition; First Impression Hardcover Good with no dust jacket 
Original work. This is NOT a reprint or digitized work. Original full leather binding worn with rubs. Tight binding. Heavy foxing to contents. This volume (9) contains messages by president James Madison and others. Topics include British and French seizures of U. S. ships, Florida, Russia, West Indies, Barbary Powers, British traffick in negroes, etc. War of 1812. Also has index for volumes 1-9. Rare. ; Vol 9; Vol. 9 
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10 McAllister, Lester G. Thomas Campbell Man of the Book
St. Louis, MO Bethany Press 1954 First Edition; First Impression Hardcover Very Good with no dust jacket Signed by Author
Orange cover, no dust. Inscribed in November 1958 and signed by author. Born 1 February 1763 in County Down, Ireland. Immigrated to the United States in 1807, settling in western Pennsylvania. In 1809, Campbell published The Declaration and Address of the Christian Association of Washington, a document stating his ideas about how the Christian faith should be practiced.It was a starting point for the Campbell–Stone Movement, which led to development of the Christian Church (Disciples of Christ), the Churches of Christ and the Christian churches and churches of Christ. In 1812, Campbell joined his son Alexander and began practicing baptism by immersion.Shortly after his oldest son, Alexander Campbell, was ordained in 1812, Thomas began playing a supporting role to Thomas was generally less radical than his son, and was a stabilizing influence on the movement.Thomas died on 4 January 1854 in Bethany, West Virginia and was buried next to his wife in the Campbell family cemetery. Thomas and Alexander Campbell were the most prominent leaders of the Disciples of Christ movement of the early 19th century. The group was committed to restoring primitive Christianity. It merged with the Christians (Stone Movement) in 1832 to form what is now described as the American Restoration Movement (also known as the Stone-Campbell Restoration Movement). Other prominent individuals in the Restoration Movement included Barton W. Stone, Walter Scott and "Raccoon" John Smith.; Signed by Author 
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The Experience, and Ministerial Labours of Several Methodist Preachers, who laboured in connection with the late Rev. John Wesley, No Author Listed
11 No Author Listed The Experience, and Ministerial Labours of Several Methodist Preachers, who laboured in connection with the late Rev. John Wesley
Daniel Hitt 1812 First Edition; First Impression Hardcover Fair with no dust jacket 
Leather cover very worn. Shaken. End papers missing. Contents has foxing. P9 under John Furz is torn as is pgs 17-20. (text is there but pages basically torn in half), p. 358 the last page of book is 18 signs of dying or decaying Christians and not sure if there should be more, there may be a page missing. The table of contents page is located at end of book after p. 353 and list the preachers by name who are included in the book. They are: John Furz, Thomas Walsh, Vincent Perronet, Charles perronet, Richard Boardman, Thomas Olivers, Robert miller, Sampson Staniforth, Edward jackson, William Ashman, Jasper Robinson, Silas Told, and George Shadford. All accounts of these men seem to be complete. The men, contemporaries of John Wesley, were dedicated Christian workers, preachers, and Methodist devotees. Scarce if not rare. ; 12mo 7" - 7˝" tall; 358 pages 
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The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society Vol.43 No. 145 October 1945, No Author Listed
12 No Author Listed The Register of the Kentucky Historical Society Vol.43 No. 145 October 1945
Frankfort, KY Kentucky Historical Society 1945 First Edition; First Impression Paperback Very Good with No dust jacket as issued 
Wartime printing. 1st edition. Slight fading to cover. Contents: State ArchivesKentucky Vital Statistics—1852-1859 Bath County, KentuckyDeaths of Persons over Fifteen copied from original records in the Archives departmentof the Kentucky Historical Society; Kentucky Vital Statistics—1852-1859 Boone County Deaths of Persons over Fifteen; Does our President Descend from Pocahontas? Emma Jett Darnell ; Grant‘s Station and Bryan Station-Blue Licks Road C. Frank Dunn ; Notes on the Discovery of a Faulted Area in Northern-Central Kentucky Willard Rouse Jillson, Sc.D; Early Kentucky History in Madison County Circuit Court Records,and Colonel William Harris Caperton‘s Account of Estill‘s Defeat prepared by J. T. Dorriscontinued from July 1945; A List of Native Kentuckians who Settled in Ralls County, MissouriNell Downing Norton (Mrs. Voris Rariden Norton); Captain Joseph AllenCountyClerk and Circuit Clerk of Breckinridge County for 58 years. Captain in two campaigns in theWar of 1812. Twice refused tobecome a ColonelMary Allen Goodson;Some Old Kentucky WillsMargaret Carlock Harris (Mrs. Robert A.);The Kentucky Genesis of the Daughters of the American Revolution Manifested in the Life of Mrs. Ellen Hardin Walworth Rev. Robert Stuart Sanders; Miscellaneous Book Reviews; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 
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God the Refuge of His People, from the message by Smith to the S.C. General Assembly, December 7, 1850, Smith, Whitefoord, Rev.
13 Smith, Whitefoord, Rev. God the Refuge of His People, from the message by Smith to the S.C. General Assembly, December 7, 1850
South Carolina House of Representives, South Carolina 1850 1st Edition Thus Manila Folder or Binder Good with No dust jacket as issued 
No cover, text complete, a few pages loose from stitching. This imprint is an original extract from the Message of his Excellency, W.B. Seabrook the Governor of South Carolina in the S.C. Senate Journal, 1850. Gov. Seabrook and other Southern States had been considering the affects of the Northern States actions against the South and the southern movement to "disunion". "One such slight by the U.S. Congress happened in 1841. He proposed that South Carolina receive her share of the proceeds from the sale of public lands as provided for by Act of Congress in 1841 and hitherto declined for constitutional reasons. The governor dwelt at considerable length on the differences between North and South, and the evidence for his conclusion that the South could no longer hope for security of life, or liberty, or property within the Union. He concluded: “The time, then, has come to resume the exercise of the powers of self protection, which in the hour of unsuspecting confidence, we surrendered to foreign hands...... While adhering faithfully to the remedy of joint State action for redress of common grievances, I beseech you to remember, that no conjuncture of events ought to induce us to abandon the right of deciding ultimately on our own destiny.” “ By legislative resolution, Friday, December 6, was designated as a day of fasting and humiliation, on which the clergy of South Carolina should call together their congregations to ask divine guidance for the General Assembly in devising measures conducive to the best interests and welfare of the state. On that day the Reverend Whitefoord Smith conducted religious services and delivered a sermon before the members of the Assembly. The sermon was largely a defense of the institution of slavery." (The Secession Movement in South Carolina, 1847-1852) "Born in Charleston in 1812, Smith he took his name from the family name of his father’s mother. His great-great grandfather, Sir Adam Whitefoord, had been a Scottish baronet, and his great-grandfather, Col. Charles Whitefoord, was an officer in the 5th Regiment of Foot. He attended the city schools in Charleston before moving on to South Carolina College. He was a student in Columbia during the presidency of Thomas Cooper. While at college, he found that he could not accept all of the teachings in the “Shorter Catechism” and left the Presbyterian Church of his ancestors for the Methodist Church. Methodism was, at the time, a denomination of the common people" (.wofford.edu/from_the_archives) This imprint is one of 2000 printed after the S.C. General Assembly meeting where Dr. Smith spoke. Rare. In archival sleeve for preservation. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 16 pages 
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