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2020-02-18 14:19:21
Samuel Kneeland
Boston: Alexander Moore, 1872. Wonders of Yosemite Valley, and of California Samuel Kneeland. Third Edition; First Printing Boston: Alexander Moore. Good. 1872. Third Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Maroon cloth boards with gilt lettering on front board; all edges gilt; all 10 photos present. Boards have moderate chipping to head and foot of spine, and moderate sunning to lower third; front gutter is cracked but text block leaves have light toning and foxing; photos are clean. "This is a very attractive book and is made more interesting by the additional matter incorporated in each successive edition...the third edition, c, has further additions: besides an expansion of the 1872 material, with an account of the author's second visit to Yosemite, there are some pages on Yosemite in winter and an e [Thumbnails Below] Wonders of Yosemite Valley, and of California Author: Kneeland, Samuel Publication: Boston: Alexander Moore, 1872 Edition: Third Edition; First Printing Binding: Hardcover Condition: Good Description: Boston: Alexander Moore. Good. 1872. Third Edition; First Printing. Hardcover. Maroon cloth boards with gilt lettering on front board; all edges gilt; all 10 photos present. Boards have moderate chipping to head and foot of spine, and moderate sunning to lower third; front gutter is cracked but text block leaves have light toning and foxing; photos are clean. "This is a very attractive book and is made more interesting by the additional matter incorporated in each successive edition...the third edition, c, has further additions: besides an expansion of the 1872 … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: abcandbeyond [Moab, Utah, US]
2020-02-18 13:09:21
Roth, Wilhelm und Rudolf Lex.
August Hitschwald, Berlin, 1872. XVI, 676 Seiten - VIII, 706 Seiten - VIII, 671 S. mit zusammen 218 in den Text eingedruckten Holzschnitten und 8 lithograpischen (teils gefalteten) Tafeln, 8, marmorierte Halblederbände der Zeit mit schlichter Rückenvergoldung, Rückentitel und Zierbünden, Einbände leicht berieben und bestoßen, Sußengelenke beschabt, Papier leicht randgebräunt, insgesamt gute und innen saubere Exemplare, Vollständiges Exemplar mit allen Tafeln in gutem Gesamtzustand!
Bookseller: Antiquariat Silvanus [Germany]
2020-02-18 00:00:13
CARROLL, Lewis
Macmillan and Co. 1872 1ed Alice Wonderland + Through the Looking Glass Carrol Tenniel Jabberwocky “If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn't. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn't be. And what it wouldn't be, it would. You see?” – Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland Lewis Carroll’s landmark masterpiece, ‘Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland,’ was first published in 1865. This fascinating fantasy tale of a young girl falling down a rabbit hole, is surely one of the most iconic pieces of literature for all time. It has been adapted into many different versions of film, most notably by Disney in 1951. ‘Through the Looking Glass’ was published a few years after the success of ‘Adventures in Wonderland’. While it was never as popular as ‘Alice’ it did include “the greatest nonsense poem ever written in the English language, the ‘Jabberwocky’” (Gardner). A lovely 1872 edition of “Alice in Wonderland”, and “Through the Looking-Glass, and what Alice found there” featuring Tenniel’s bizarre, cartoon illustrations including a charming cover board illustration. Tenniel’s illustrations are often considered the best of the ‘Alice’ illustrations. Item number: #9610 Price: $1950 CARROLL, Lewis Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland London: Macmillan and Co. 1872. First Edition. (Thirty-Ninth Thousand) Through the Looking-Glass, and what Alice found there By Lewis Carroll with fifty illustrations by John Tenniel. London: Macmillan & Co., 1872. First Edition. First state Details: Collation: Complete with all page … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Schilb Antiquarian [Columbia, MO, U.S.A.]
2020-02-17 21:22:43
John Wisden
Hi, This lot is an 1872 Original Paperback Wisden. You do not see many first 15 Wisdens that have been untouched but this is how Wisden made it , allbeit 145 years later. 9th Edition, the covers are a bit dark (they look better in real life than on the [Attributes: Soft Cover]
Bookseller: Wisden Shop [Holmfirth, United Kingdom]
2020-02-17 19:50:09
WEST, Frank
West Point, New York, 1872. Hardcover. Very Good. Two volumes. One quarto and one octavo. The quarto is a class notebook originally owned by senior cadet, Edmund S. Holden, which West has repurposed, using 20 of the 32 pages as a scrapbook. It is bound in quarter cloth with marbled stiff paper wrappers with two paper labels on the front that read: "West. No: 1." and "A Merry Christmas & A Happy New Year" with Holden's signature. The octavo is West's official West Point property log in leather boards with lined pages and his name and the issue date embossed on the front board. Both books very good with rubbing and wear at the edges, including creases, chips, and fraying. West served as a cavalry officer and was later awarded the Medal of Honor for his actions during the Indian Wars at Big Dry Gulch, Arizona on July 17, 1882 while serving as First Lieutenant of the 6th U.S. Cavalry. His citation states: "First Lieutenant West rallied his command and led it in the advance against the enemy's fortified position." Although West's property log is a fascinating and comprehensive record of every item of clothing, equipment, issued to and purchased by West while at West Point, the scrapbook is more interesting and important. Several pages contain lecture notes, maps and drawings, presumably made by Holden. The clippings and ephemera which have been added by West include news about the Academy, Army, military ordnance, leaders, and things of importance to a cadet such as the quality of Meerschaum pipes and "Deviling Plebes" (hazing). Most fascinating of all are affixed four long … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Between the Covers- Rare Books, Inc. ABAA [United States]
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2020-02-16 22:08:05
Mark Twain
American Publishing Company. Condition: Good. Roughing It Mark Twain First Edition 1872. Condition is Good. Cover has shelf wear and typical used damage . Cover condition fair . Pages are great for the age with little damage accept colouring and mild spotting. [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: garsha_72 [Hollystown D15, IE]
2020-02-16 20:03:10
VERNE Jules
Paris, Collection Hetzel 1872-1874. Illustrations de MM. Riou et De Montaut. .Paris, Bibliothèque d?Éducation et de Récréation J. Hetzel - non daté (1873) - 220 pages. Imprimé par Gauthier-Villars. Relié par Lenègre.Cartonnage Hetzel monochrome brique à l'Obus. 2e type - 2 encadrements sur le plat inférieur. Tranches dorées. Gouttière régulière. Gardes vertes. Quelques rousseurs. Très bon état. Format in-4°(27x18). [Attributes: Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Livres et Collections [SEVRES, France]
2020-02-16 11:13:10
McCleery, Robert W.
1872. Original archive. Hardcover. Good. This archive includes a bound volume and several leaves of a handwritten, personal diary in the form of a ship's logbook kept by US Navy officer Robert W. McCleery, starting at New York on September 30, 1871 and ending in November, 1872. Also present: a photographic carte-de-visite of McCleery, a couple of Civil War-era telegrams, a family letter, several pieces of paper ephemera found tipped-in or laid into the log, and various handwritten lists of equipment and instructional notes for a running a steamship. Total: (3) + (8) + (6) + (91) pages of entries. Dates on the loose leaves range from Nov. 20 1871 to Jan. 9, 1872. The logbook covers nearly the full year of voyaging from January through November, 1872. Robert W. McCleery died in 1863, a casualty of the Civil War. The logbook was continued by his son, Robert McCleery. Robert W. does not clearly state his position aboard the "Ossipee." Internal evidence reveals that he executes the duties of a quartermaster, having charge of stores, rigging, supplies, and repairs. McCleery also has occasional command duties as when the ship's captain asks for his opinion based on his experience as a seaman. The main part of the logbook records the USS Ossipee's voyage that circumnavigates South America and returns to New York City. Ports of call are: Callao, Lima, Pisco, Chimbote, Paita, Valparaiso, Patagonia, Smyths Channel, Connors Cove Island. Eden Harbour, English Narrows; various anchorages in southern Chilean islands, Straits of Magellan, Rio de Janeiro, and New York. McCl … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: R & A Petrilla, ABAA, IOBA [United States]
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2020-02-15 19:05:18
1872. Weighed and Found Wanting The Stupendous Schemes and Enterprises that Make Rich Men Poor and Poor Men Rich In a Day. Being Glimpses at Wall Street and Its Famous Rings, Cliques and Corners; Together With a Record of the Greatest Frauds of the Century. Including Brilliant Pen Pictures in the Lights and Shadows of New York Life, Biographical Sketches of Distinguished Financiers, and the Powerful and Fatal Influence of Beautiful Women Upon the Affable Stock Broker and Railroad Magnate. Willoughby Jones 1872 First and Only Edition Profusely Illustrated Sold Only By Subscription A good copy with wear and chipping to the spine ends. Small spot on the lower spine. Wear and rubbing to the edges and covers and a short tear on the title page. Rear hinge is fine, the front is just starting, but the binding is solid. A few small marks on the pages but clean and free of any underlining. A very rare Wall Street title about the lives of well known financiers and their stock market operations. The OCLC locates about 10 copies. During our twenty plus years of buying and selling vintage financial books, this is the only copy we have seen. Please view my other listings. Thank you! [Attributes: First Edition]
Bookseller: Wall Street Classics (wall_street_classics) [Missouri City, Texas, US]
2020-02-15 16:48:34
[MARX, KARL].
Leipzig, Verlag der Expedition des "Volksstaat", 1872. Small 8vo. Near contemporary full red cloth. Light wear to extremities and back board with a few stains. Professional repairs to both upper and lower outer corner of title-page and inner margin - not affecting text. Repair to middle of p. 16 (measuring 25 x 10 mm), with minor loss of text. First and last leaf of last quire (Pp. 17-27) reinforced in margin. Paper lightly creased throughout. A good copy. 27 pp. ¶ The very rare first edition of Marx's groundbreaking work of communist propaganda to appear under the now canonical title "Das kommunistische Manifest". It is, only second to the original 1848-edition, the most important and influential edition of the Communist Manifesto ever to appear - the altered title helped to draw the pamphlet out of the obscurity it had fallen into during the 1850ies and 60ies. Furthermore, Marx' and Engels' famous preface appears in this edition for the first time.The present edition is often referred to as the Liebknecht-edition or Liebknect offprint. Wilhelm Liebknecht, German socialist and one of the principal founders of the Social Democratic Party of Germany, used his newspaper to agitate against the Franco-Prussian War, calling on working men on both sides of the border to unite in overthrowing the ruling class. As a result, he and Bebel were arrested and charged with treason and in 1872, both Liebknecht and Bebel were convicted and sentenced to two years of Festungshaft ("imprisonment in a fortress"). During the trial, the manifesto was read into the official court records as evide … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Bookshop Herman H. J. Lynge & Søn [Denmark]
2020-02-14 13:50:34
MARX, KARL].
Leipzig, Verlag der Expedition des "Volksstaat", 1872. Small 8vo. Near contemporary full red cloth. Light wear to extremities and back board with a few stains. Professional repairs to both upper and lower outer corner of title-page and inner margin - not affecting text. Repair to middle of p. 16 (measuring 25 x 10 mm), with minor loss of text. First and last leaf of last quire (Pp. 17-27) reinforced in margin. Paper lightly creased throughout. A good copy. 27 pp. ¶ The very rare first edition of Marx's groundbreaking work of communist propaganda to appear under the now canonical title "Das kommunistische Manifest". It is, only second to the original 1848-edition, the most important and influential edition of the Communist Manifesto ever to appear - the altered title helped to draw the pamphlet out of the obscurity it had fallen into during the 1850ies and 60ies. Furthermore, Marx' and Engels' famous preface appears in this edition for the first time.<br><br>The present edition is often referred to as the Liebknecht-edition or Liebknect offprint. Wilhelm Liebknecht, German socialist and one of the principal founders of the Social Democratic Party of Germany, used his newspaper to agitate against the Franco-Prussian War, calling on working men on both sides of the border to unite in overthrowing the ruling class. As a result, he and Bebel were arrested and charged with treason and in 1872, both Liebknecht and Bebel were convicted and sentenced to two years of Festungshaft ("imprisonment in a fortress"). During the trial, the manifesto was read into the official court records … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Lynge & Søn ILAB-ABF [Copenhagen, Denmark]
2020-02-14 01:21:04
Trollope, Anothony
Chapman and Hall, London, 1872. Finely bound collection of a selection of three of Trollope's best-known works. Octavo, three volumes bound in three quarters morocco over marbled boards with gilt titles and tooling to the spine, red morocco spine labels lettered in gilt, marbled endpapers, all edges marbled. In near fine condition. Best known for his Chronicles of Barsetshire, Victorian era English novelist Anthony Trollope was a prolific writer, publishing dozens of novels addressing current political, social, and gender issues. Writers such as William Thackeray, George Eliot and Wilkie Collins admired and befriended Trollope, praising his understanding of the quotidian world of institutions, official life, and daily business. [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Raptis Rare Books, ABAA/ ILAB [Palm Beach, FL, U.S.A.]
2020-02-13 16:35:09
Blanchard Jerrold; Gustave Dore
Harper's Weekly, New York. RARE. 1872-73, the true First American Edition, complete in thirteen parts, April 13, 1872 - May 31, 1873 ( originally intended to be published in 12 parts, notification of the 13th added at the publication of the 11th part.) Doré's LONDON in original Parts Issue, 13 parts (pages 297-480) bound in contemporary quarter red morocco over marbled boards, green end papers, measures 16 1/8" x 11 1/4". Complete with wood-engraved title page, illustrated with numerous full page wood-engraved plates, vignettes, head- and tail-pieces. Very Good, boards rubbed, old dampstaining showing tops of parts 4-7, period prior owner name in pencil at title page. "If one book depicts Dickens’ London in all its glory and especially misery, this is it; and it is hard to cite another book of any period which so perfectly defines a time and place in history as this book does." Bland, A History of Book Illustration, pp. 289-90. *The last and only auction recorded by Rare Book Hub for the Harper's Weekly parts was in 1912. Size: Elephant Folio - over 15" - 23" tall [Attributes: First Edition; Hard Cover]
Bookseller: Dale Steffey Books, MWABA [Bloomington, IN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-12 20:19:17
1872. Mint, factory-sealed in shrinkwrap. Deluxe edition Easton Press PICTURESQUE AMERICA in two volumes An exclusive leather-bound Deluxe Limited Edition. A breathtaking re-creation of William Cullen Bryant's fully illustrated 19th century celebration of America Originally published in 1872 and 1874, this magnificently oversized two-volume set was intended to celebrate the unifying beauty and spirit of America in response to the division of the Civil War. Today, it offers a unique portrait of our country as it approached its Centennial. Here are images of Niagara Falls, the Grand Canyon, Yosemite, New York City and much more. The books contain over 1,100 pages and reproduce 49 steel-engraved plates and over 900 vintage wood engravings. Features include: 1. Extraordinary re-creation of the vintage First Editions, celebrating the beauty of mid-19th century America. 2. 49 spectacular folio plates with protective translucent overlays and over 900 wood engravings. 3. Two impressive, oversized volumes each measuring 9 7/8" x 13" fully bound in genuine leather. 4. In addition to the standard features of all Easton Press books this remarkable edition is limited to 400 hand-numbered copies, features two-color stamping and marbled endpapers. 5. Replication of the original distinctive cover design. measured by 9 7/8" x 13" do not miss out this good deal Copyright by The Easton Press hubbed spine, bound in premium full leathers distinctive cover design, beautiful illustrations handsome, readable typefaces, permanent satin ribbon page marker elegant gilded page edges, endsheets of rich … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: finebooks100 [Houston, Texas, US]
2020-02-11 06:24:02
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:33
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:33
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:33
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:33
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:33
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:33
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:33
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:33
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:33
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:33
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:33
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:32
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:31
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:31
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:31
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
2020-02-11 06:23:31
Thomas McKenney [and James Hall]
Philadelphia, 1872. This historic folio, Native American lithograph is from Thomas L. McKenney & James Hall’s "History of the Indian Tribes of North America, with Biographical Sketches and Anecdotes of the Principal Chiefs. Embellished with One Hundred Portraits from the Indian Gallery in the War Department at Washington". The work was published in Philadelphia by Caxton Press of Sherman & Co. for D. Rice & Co. between 1872 and 1874. This is the last folio edition of one of the most important 19th-century works on the American Indian, and one of the most important colour plate books produced in America in the age of lithography. --- The publication of the folio works was complicated. The first edition was published by Biddle from 1836 to 1844. It was reissued by Greenough and Rice. It used a number of different printers and lithographers. This edition removed James Hall's name from the title page as well. Many plates do not have a publisher's credit line, as Christopher W. Lane states that 'there was no single date at which these no-imprint variants were run off.' So many of the plates in this work were likely published from 1830s onwards but published in the 1872 work. This particular publication put the text in octavo volumes so most of the plates do not have the standard text offset you typically see making them a far cleaner, and nicer presentation of the images. --- An admirer and supporter of the American Indians, Thomas McKenney spent his tenure in office fighting for their cause and preserving their legacy through a gallery of paintings that were commissioned by v … [Click Below for Full Description]
Bookseller: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books [Franklin, TN, U.S.A.]
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