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Lucas County. 8vo. pp. 52.
3380 Wayne County. Douglas (Ben.) History of Wayne County, from the Days of the Pioneers and First Settlers to the Portraits. Present Time. 8vo. pp. 868, sheep. Indianapolis, 1878.
logue of the Books and Pamphlets relating to the History of the State. Imp. 8vo. pp. 436, gilt top, uncut. 1285 titles. Cincinnati, 1880. 4 50 3373 Another copy. Half morocco. 6 00 3374 Trent. Journal of Captain William Trent, from Logstown to Pickawillany, A. D. 1752, now published for the first time 3381 Whittlesey (Charles). Fugitive from a copy in the archives of the West-Essays upon Interesting and Useful Subern Reserve Historical Society, Cleveland, jects relating to the Early History of Ohio: Ohio. Together with Letters of Governor Its Geology and Agriculture; with a BioRobert Dinwiddie; an Historical Notice of graphy of the First Successful Constructor the Miami Confederacy of Indians; a of Steamboats. 12mo. pp. 397. Hudson, Sketch of the English Post at Pickawillany; 1852. with a short Biography of Captain Trent, and other Papers never before printed. Edited by Alfred T. Goodman, Secretary of the Western Reserve Historical Society. 8vo. pp. 117. Cincinnati, 1871. 250
3375 Wadsworth. Brown (Edward). Wadsworth Memorial. Containing an Account of the Proceedings of the Celebration of the Sixtieth Anniversary of the First Settlement of the Township of Wadsworth [Medina County], and a Sketch of the History to the Present Time, with Sketches of the Early History of the Adjoining Townships. Biographical Sketches of Pioneer Settlers, etc. 12mo. pp. 232. 1875. 2.00
3376 [Ward (Nahum)]. A Brief Sketch of the State of Ohio, one of the United States in North America. With a Map delineating the same into Counties. Giving the opinion of Thomas Hutchinson, Esq., Geographer of the United States, and British Travelers in 1787, when that State was uninhabited by civilized man. Likewise exhibiting a view of the unparalleled Progress of that State since 1789 to the present day, it being now the fourth State in the Union in point of Population and Representation in Congress. By a Resident of Twelve Years at Marietta in that State. Map. 8vo. pp. 16, uncut. Glasglow, 15.00 One of the rarest of Ohio pamphlets, Brinley's copy, sold for $34 00.
3382 Western Reserve and Northern Ohio Historical Society Pamphlets. Some odd numbers can be supplied.
3383 Wilkesville. Taylor (Chas. B.) Early History and War Record of Wilkesville and Salem. 18mo. pp. 89. Cincinnati, 1874. 1.00
3384 Wyandott County. Historical Sketch of (66 pages), and County Directory for 1877. 8vo. pp. 170, boards. Upper Sandusky, 1877.
3385 Zanesville Public Schools. Annual Report for 1875. With an Historical Sketch. 8vo. pp. 92, paper. Zanesville,
3386 Zanesville. Springer (Rev. C.) Memorial Services. 8vo. pp. 41, paper. Pittsburgh, 1875.
3387 Account and History of the Oregon Territory. With a Journal of an Emigrating Party. 18mo. pp. 168, paper. London, 1846. 1.00
3388 Allen (A. J.) Ten Years in Oregon. Travels and Adventures of Dr. E. White and Lady, West of the Rocky Mountains. 430. Ithica, 1850. 1 75
3389 Armstrong (A. N.) Oregon. Comprising a Brief History and Full Description of the Territories of Oregon and Washington, and of the Indian Tribes of the Pacitic Slope. Interspersed with Incidents of Travel and Adventure. 12mo. pp. 147. Chicago, 1857.
3390 Barrows (W.) Oregon: The Struggles for Possession. Maps. 16mo. pp. 363. Boston, 1883.
3391 Bulfinch (Thomas). or, Romance of the Rivers. Eldorado; 12mo. pp. 464. Boston, 1866. 2.00 3392 Calhoun (J.C.) and Buchanan (J.) The Claim of the United States to Oregon,
3395 Dunn (John). History of the Oregon Territory and British North American Fur Trade. With an Account of the Habits and Customs of the Principal Native Tribes on the Northern Continent. Maps. 8vo. pp: 359. London,, 1846.
3397 Falconer (Thomas) The Oregon Question; or, a Statement of the British Claim to the Oregon Territory. Map. 8vo. pp. 58, paper. London, 1845. 75
3408 Moseley (H. N.) Oregon. Its Resources, Climate, etc. Map. 12mo. pp. 125. London, 1878. 1 00
3409 Murphy (John M.) Oregon Business Directory and State Gazetteer, with the History and Resources of the State. (208 pages). Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 382, boards, 2.00 Portland, 1873.
3410 Nash (Wallis). Oregon: There and back in 1877. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 285, uncut. London, 1878.
1 50 3411 Nash (Wallis). Two Years in OreIllustrated. New 12mo. pp. 311. 1 50
3412 Nicolay (C. G.) The Oregon Ter3396 Another edition. 16mo. pp. 236. Phil-ritory. A Geographical and Physical Acadelphia, 1845. 100 count of that Country and its Inhabitants. With Outlines of its History and Discovery. Map. 18mo. pp. 226. London, 1846. 1 00 3413 Palmer (Jed.) Journey of Travels over the Rocky Mountains to the month of With Desthe Columbia River, in 1845-6. Umpqua and Clamet, and of Oregon Terricriptions of the Valley of the Willamette, tory. 12mo. pp. 189, half morocco. cinnati, 1847.
3398 Fedix (M.) L'Oregon et les Cotes de l'Ocean Pacifique du Nord apercu Geographique. Statistique et Politique. Fine map. 8vo. pp. 258, paper. Paris, 1846. 2 25
3399 Gray (W. H.) A History of Oregon1792-1849. Drawn from personal observa. tion and authentic information. 8vo. pp. 624. Portland, 1870. 4 00
3400 Greenhow (Robert). History of Oregon and California, and the other Territories on the Northwest Coast of North America, accompanied by a Geographical View and Map of those Countries. 8vo. pp. 492 Boston, 1845. 2 50 3401 Hastings (L. W.) History of Oregon and California. 8vo. pp. 168, paper. Cincinnati, 1849.
Illustrated. Royal 8vo. pp. 191. phia, 1873.
Philadel- Men of Paxton One Hundred Years Ago. 3 00 etc. pp. 24. Printed on one Side only. 12mo. paper. n. p; n. d. (1872).
3420 Bowen (Eli). The Pictorial Sketch Book of Pennsylvania; or, Its Scenery, Internal Improvements, Resources, and Agriculture. Illustrated. 8vo. pp. 460. Philadelphia, 1852. 100 3421 Brackenridge (H. H.) Gazette Publications, containing much Curious, Historical matter, Poetry, etc. 12mo. pp. 348, boards, uncut. Carlisle, 1806. [Privately printed].
3434 Dauphin County Historical Society. Addresses before the. Ecclesiastical History of Dauphin County, by Thos. A. Robinson, D. D. The Revolutionary Soldiers of Dauphin County, by A. Boyd Hamilton, and Historical Review of Dauphin County, by William H. Egle, M. D. 8vo. pp. 85, paper, uncut. Harrisburg, 1876. 75 10.00 3435 Dauphin County. Morgan (Geo. 3422 Brackenridge (H. M.) History of H.) The Settlement, Formation, and Prothe Western Insurrection in Western Penn-gress of Dauphin County, 1785 to 1876. sylvania, commonly called the Whisky In- 8vo. pp. 239, paper. Harrisburg, 1877. 2 00 surrection, 1794. 8vo. pp. 336. Pittsburgh, 1859. 2.00
3429 Chester County. Atlas of. Fiftyseven Maps. With Statistics. F. Bridgens and A. R. Wetmer. Royal 4to. boards. Safe Harbor, Pa., 1873. 4.00
3430 Clay (Rev. Jehu Curtis). Annals of the Swedes on the Delaware. 16mo. pp. 180. Philadelphia, 1835. 2 25
3436 Day (Sherman). Historical Collections of the State of Pennsylvania. Containing a Copious Selection of the most Interesting Facts, Traditions, Biographical Sketches, Anecdotes, etc., relating to its History and Antiquities. 165 engravings. 8vo. pp. 708. Philadelphia, [1843.]
3437 Delaware County. Smith (Geo.) History of Delaware County, from the Dislimits to the Present Time. With a Notice covery of the Territory included within its of the Geology of the County. Maps and plates. 8vo. pp. 581. Phila., 1862. 3 50
3438 Early History of Western Pennsylvania and of the West, and of Western Expeditions and Campaigns, from 1754 to 1883. By a Gentleman of the Bar. [I. Daniel Rupp]. With an Appendix, containing a Topographical Description of the Counties of Allegheny, Westmoreland, Washington, Somerset, Green, Fayette, Beaver, Butler, Armstrong, etc. Illustrated by several drawings. 8vo. pp. 352+406, sheep. Pittsburg, 1846. 600
3439 Egle (William H.) An Illustrated History of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Civil, Political, and Military, from its Earliest Settlement to the Present Time. Including Historical Descriptions of Each County in the State, their Towns, and Industrial Resources. Numerous illustrations. Imp. 8vo. pp. 1,186. Harrisburg, 1876. 6 00
3431 Cornell (W. M.) History of Pennsylvania, from the Earliest Discovery [to 3440 Erie County. Sanford (L. G.) The 1878]. 8vo. pp. 575. Phila., 1879. 3 50 History of Erie County. Map and por3432 Cowan (Frank). South-western traits. 12mo. pp. 347. Phila., 1862. 3 50 Pennsylvania in Song and Story. With 3441 Findley. (William). History of Notes and Illustrations, and an Appendix. the Insurrection in the Four Western The Battle Ballads and other Poems of Counties of Pennsylvania in the year 1794. South-western Pennsylvania. 12mo. pp. With a Recital of the Circumstances spe424. Grensburg, 1878. cially connected therewith; and an His3433 Dauphin County. Contributions torical Review of the Previous Situation of to the History of Reminiscences of the the Country. 8vo. pp. 338, half morocco. Bar. By G. W. Harris. pp. 33. +. The Philadelphia, 1796.
3442 Franklin (Benj.) An Historic Review of the Constitution and Government of Pennsylvania, from its Origin, so far as regards the several Points of Controversy which have from time to time arisen between the several Governors of that Province and their several Assemblies. pp. 444, full bound. London, 1759. 3 00 3443 Gordon (Thomas F.) A Gazetteer of the State of Pennsplvania. Map. 8vo. pp. 508, sheep. Phila., 1832. 2 00
3454 Lancaster County. Mombert (J. I.) An Authentic History of Lancaster County. Map and plates. 8vo. pp. 792, sheep. Lancaster, 1869. 2.75 12mo. 3455 Lancaster County. Rupp (I. Daniel). History of Lancaster County. Το which is prefixed a brief Sketch of the Early History of Pennsylvania. Folding table and plates. 8vo. pp. 528, full bound. 3 50 Lancaster, 1844.
3444 Gordon (Thomas F.) The History of Pennsylvania from its Discovery by Europeans to 1776. 8vo. pp. 623, boards, uncut. Philadelphia, 1829. 4 00
3445 Haldeman (S. S.) Pennsylvania Dutch; a Dialect of South German, with an infusion of English. 8vo. pp. 69. Philadelphia, 1872. 100 3446 Hazard (Samuel). Annals of Pennsylvania, from the Discovery of the Delaware, 1609-1682. 8vo. pp. 664. Philadelphia, 1850. 250
3447 Historie Naturelle et Politique de la Pennsylvanie et de l'establishment des Quakers dans cette Contree. Map. 18mo. pp. 372, calf. Paris, 1768.
3456 Lancaster County. The Three Earls. An Historical Sketch, and Proceedings of the Centennial Jubilee at New Holland, July 4, 1876. 12mo. pp. 114. New Holland, 1876. 1.00
3457 McKnight (Charles). Old Fort Du Quesne; or, Captain Jack, the Scout. An Historical Novel. With Copious Notes. Illustrated. 12mo. pp. 501. Pittsburg, 1873.
3458 Map of the State of Pennsylvania, 37x66 inches. Mounted on Linen, in case. By Reading Howell. 1792. 8.00
3459 Meginness (J. F.) Otzinachson; or, a History of the West Branch Valley of the Susquehanna; its First Settlement. 3448 Holcomb (Wm. P.) Pennsylvania Trials and Privations of the Pioneers; InBoroughs. 8vo. pp. 51. Baltimore, dian Wars, Massacres, etc. Svo. pp. 518. 1886. 50 Philadelphia, 1867.
3451 Juniata Valley. Jones (U. J.) History of the Early Settlement of the Juniata Valley. Embracing an Account of the Early Pioneers, and the Trials and Privations incident to the Settlement of
the Valley, Predatory Incursions, Massacres, and Abductions by the Indians during the French and Indian Wars, and the War of the Revolution. Illustrated. 8vo. PP. 380. Philadelphia, 1856.
3460 Memoirs of a Life Chiefly Passed in Pennsylvania, within the Last Sixty Years. [By A. Graydon.] 8vo. pp. 431, boards. Edinburgh, 1822.
3460A The same. Original Edition. PP. 378, sheep. Harrisburgh, 1811.
3461 Milin County. Cochran (Jos.) History of Mifflin County; its Physical Peculiarities, Soil, Climate, etc. With an Early Sketch of the State. Vol. I. (all published.) 8vo. pp. 422. Harrisburg, 1879.
J.) History of Montgomery County, 3462 Montgomery County. Buck (Wm. within the Schuylkill Valley. Containing Sketches of all the Townships and Villages, with an Account of the Indians, the Swedes, and other Early Settlers, etc. Prepared chiefly from original materials. Royal 8vo. pp. 128. Norristown, 1859. 2 25 3463 Nazareth. Jones (Maurice C.) A Red Rose from the Olden Time; or, A Ramble Through the Annals of the Rose Inn, 1 00 on the Barony of Nazareth, in the Days of Small 4to. pp. 50, the Province. paper. 1 25
3452 La Bar (George). Reminiscences of. The Centenarian of Monroe County, and Incidents in the Early Settlement of the River Valley, from Easton to Bushkill. Portrait. 12mo. pp. 110. Philadelphia, 1870.
3453 Lancaster County. Harris (Alex.) A Biographical History of Lancaster Philadelphia, 1872. County. Being a History of Early Settlers and Emminent Men of that County, as also much other unpublished Historical
3464 Nazareth. Reichel (Rev. Levin T.) A History of Nazareth Hall, from 1755 to 1855; and of the Reunions of its
Former Pupils, in 1854 and 1855. pp. 162. Philadelphia, 1855.
3478 Vol. 3, Part 2. 8vo. pp. 248,
150 Vol. 5. History of the Expe
Vol. 6. Contributions to American History. The Society of the Cincinnati; Whiskey Insurrection; Acadian Exiles; Case of Major Andre, etc. 8vo. pp. 429. Philadelphia, 1853. 3.00 3481
3465 Northampton County Clyde 3479 (John C.) History of the Allen Township dition against Fort Du Quesne, in 1755, unPresbyterian Church and the Community der Major-Gen. Edward Braddock. By which has sustained it, in what was Winthrop Sergent. 8vo. pp. 423. Philaformerly known as the "Irish Settlement," delphia, 1855. 4.00 Northampton County. 12mo. pp. 198, paper. Philadelphia, 1876. 100 3466 Northampton County. Rupp (I. Daniel). History of Northampton, Lehigh, Monroe, Carbon, and Schuylkill Counties. A Brief History of the First Settlers, Topography of Townships, Notices of Lead ing Events. Engravings. 12mo. pp. 568, sheep. Harrisburg, 1845. 500 3467 Another copy. Boards, uncut. 6 00 3468 Nottingham. Churchman (John). An Account of the Gospel Labors of, late of Nottingham. 12mo. pp. 256, old sheep. Philadelphia, 1779.
125 3469 Penn (William). A Letter to the Free Societies of Traders, Containing a General Description of the Provinces of Pennsylvania; its Soil, Air, Produce, etc., with an Account of the City of Philadelphia, 1683. Plan. Folio, pp. 24, paper. London, 1881.
3471 Pennsylvania Archives. Second Series, Vol. 1, 2, 3, pertaining to the Revolution. Edited by John B. Linn and Dr. W. H. Egle. 3 vols. 8vo. half morocco. Harrisburg, 1874. 3 75 3472 The same, Vol. 4. The Whisky Insurrection, pp. 1-550. Col. Proctor's Journey to the Indians of the North-west, in 1791. pp. 553-622. Frontier Defense, 1790-96. pp. 625 to 776, and Index. 8vo. half morocco. Harrisburg, 1876.
Vol. 7. Record of the Court
at Upland, in Pennsylvania, 1676-1681, and a Military Journal kept by Major E. Denny, 1781-1795 (including St. Clair's Campaign.) 8vo. pp. 498. Philadelphia, 1860.
Minutes of the Committee of at Philadelphia, 1814-15. Philadelphia, 1867.
3482 Defense pp. 428. 3483 Vols. 9 and 10. Correspondence between William Penn and James Logan and others, 1700-1750. With Notes by the late Mrs. Deborah Logan. Edited, with additional notes, by Edward Armstrong. 2 vols. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1870-
History of New Sweden; or, The Settlements on the River Delaware. By Israel Acrelius. Translated by W. M. Reynolds. 8vo. pp. 468. Philadelphia, 1874.
Vol. 12. History, Manners, and Customs of the Indian Nations, who once inhabited Pennsylvania and the Neighboring States. By the Rev. John Heckewelder, of Bethlehem, Pa. New and revised edition, with an Introduction and Notes, by the Rev. William C. Reichel. 8vo. Philadelphia, 1881. 4.00 3486 Memoir of Samuel Breck (V. P.) By J. R. Ingersoll. 8vo. pp. 40. 300 Philadelphia, 1863.
Vaux (R.) Memoir of the Lo
3473 Pennsylvania Biography; Memoirs of 3487 Eminent Pennsylvanians. 12mo. pp. 268. Philadelphia, 1839. 75 cality of the Great Treaty between William Penn and the Indian Natives.