Annual report of the American Historical Association for the year 1908. Two volumes [in three].

U.S. CONGRESS (American Historical Association)

Edité par Government Printing Office,, Washington, DC,, 1909
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Titre : Annual report of the American Historical ...

Éditeur : Government Printing Office,, Washington, DC,

Date d'édition : 1909

Reliure : Hard Cover

Etat du livre : Very Good

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2 volumes in 3 (Vol. I, Vol. II part 1 and Vol. II part 2), 539 and 807 and 808-1617 pages, ex-library with usual library markings, text very good. From the preface: 'The report is in two volumes: Volume I contains an account of the proceedings of the association at its annual meeting in December 1908, together with certain of the papers read at that meeting, as well as two papers presented by the Pacific coast branch, and the ninth report of the public archives commission, with important appendixes. Volume II contains the second and concluding part of the diplomatic correspondence of the Republic of Texas, which with the first part, printed as Volume II of the annual report of this association for 1907, constitutes the eight report of the historical manuscripts commission. Vol. I contents include Notes supplementary to any edition of Lewis and Clark (Frederick J. Teggart); The historical value of the census records (Joseph A. Hill); The American newspapers of the 18th century as sources of history (William Nelson); The Wilderness Campaign (Gen. Edward P. Alexander, Col. William R. Livermore) and Maj. Eben Swift). Vol. II (1) contains Diplomatic Correspondence of the Republic of Texas, Part 2, Correspondence with the United States (concluded), Mexico, and Yucatan, edited by George P. Garrison. Volume II (2) contains Diplomatic Correspondence of the Republic of Texas, Part 3, Correspondence with European States, edited by George P. Garrison. N° de réf. du libraire 20846

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