Geography Territorial U.S. Republic of Texas 1830-50 Lot 5 Education books maps viewsBrian DiMambro- Antiquarian Books, Maps & Prints
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A collection of six (6) books relating to education in early America. The titles of the collected volumes are as follows:
Old Favorites from the McGuffey Readers, ed. Henry Ford, et al.
Published 1936, New York, by American Book Company.
482 pages. Leather spine, pictorial paper boards. Mentions western U.S. territories.
Cornell's First Steps in Geography, by S.S. Cornell.
Published c. 1850, New York, by D. Appleton & Co.
72 pages. Woodcuts & small maps with original hand color.
A Practical System of Modern Geography, by J. Olney.
Published 1838, New York, by Robinson, Pratt & Co.
288 pages. Pictorial paper covered boards. Many woodcuts, including Native Americans.
Outlines of Modern Geography on a New Plan, by Rev. Charles A. Goodrich.
Published 1830, Boston, by Richardson, Lord, & Holbrook.
252 pages. Many charming tiny woodcut images of all types of peoples and views. Includes discussions of all countries and territorial U.S.
The Progressive French Reader, by Norman Pinney.
Published 1850, New York, by Huntington & Savage.
A System of Modern Geography, by S. Augustus Mitchell.
Published 1841, Philadelphia, by Thomas, Cowperthwait, & Co.
336 pages. With Republic of Texas named showing woodcut view on prairies with house, other Territorial discussions.
Set along shelf measures: 6".
Smallest book measures: 6 3/8" H X 4 1/8" W.
Largest book measures: 9" H X 6 1/4" W.