The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 1- 12

Sullivan, James

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The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 1 931 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 2 900 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 3 997 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 4 898 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 5 855 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 6 789 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 7 1160 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 8 1216 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 9 970 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 10 998 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 11 994 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 12 1124 pages. Some of the book cover is stained. Theirs a name in the book written. Some book have some writings on it. Some of the covers of the book is lose. Some of the books have scratches on the cover. No bookplates from the N. Y. State Library. The most comprehensive source of printed transcripts is the14-volume The Papers of Sir William Johnson (Albany: University of the State of New York, 1921-1965). Note that this set (referred to in the Container List as Johnson Papers) does not adhere to the arrangement of the original manuscripts, and it does not include full text of most of the documents in the O’Callaghan publications. The first eight volumes of the Papers contain transcriptions of documents found only in the original manuscripts, and are drawn largely from a printer’s proof of the transcripts compiled by New York State Historian Hugh Hastings. The manuscript of Hastings’s work was destroyed in the fire, too, so the printer’s proof serves as the only evidence of the content of many of the documents that were damaged or lost. Duplicate documents found in other collections or repositories were sometimes used to fill in gaps of fire-damaged text. Volumes 9-13 contain transcriptions of documents found in other archives, manuscript repositories and private collections in addition to documents from these papers that were not included in the first eight volumes. Volume 13 also includes a chronological list of the documents that were published in volumes 1-13 of the Papers and the O’Callaghan publications. Volume 14 is the general index to the contents of all 14 volumes. The introductory material in each volume of The Papers of Sir William Johnson provides further information on the volume’s content. DATE PUBLISHED: 1933 EDITION: N° de réf. du libraire

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Titre : The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 1- ...
Éditeur : UNIVERSITY OF STATE OF NY
Date d'édition : 1933
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Sullivan, James
Edité par UNIVERSITY OF STATE OF NY, ALBANY (1933)
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Description du livre UNIVERSITY OF STATE OF NY, ALBANY, 1933. HARD BACK BLUE. État : GOOD. 9 X 6. ADDITIONAL POSTAGE REQUIRED 44 pounds shipped from atlantic city new jersey ADDITIONAL POSTAGE REQUIRED The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 1 931 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 2 900 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 3 997 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 4 898 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 5 855 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 6 789 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 7 1160 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 8 1216 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 9 970 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 10 998 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 11 994 pages. The Papers of Sir William Johnson Volume 12 1124 pages. Some of the book cover is stained. Theirs a name in the book written. Some book have some writings on it. Some of the covers of the book is lose. Some of the books have scratches on the cover. No bookplates from the N. Y. State Library. The most comprehensive source of printed transcripts is the14-volume The Papers of Sir William Johnson (Albany: University of the State of New York, 1921-1965). Note that this set (referred to in the Container List as Johnson Papers) does not adhere to the arrangement of the original manuscripts, and it does not include full text of most of the documents in the O’Callaghan publications. The first eight volumes of the Papers contain transcriptions of documents found only in the original manuscripts, and are drawn largely from a printer’s proof of the transcripts compiled by New York State Historian Hugh Hastings. The manuscript of Hastings’s work was destroyed in the fire, too, so the printer’s proof serves as the only evidence of the content of many of the documents that were damaged or lost. Duplicate documents found in other collections or repositories were sometimes used to fill in gaps of fire-damaged text. Volumes 9-13 contain transcriptions of documents found in other archives, manuscript repositories and private collections in addition to documents from these papers that were not included in the first eight volumes. Volume 13 also includes a chronological list of the documents that were published in volumes 1-13 of the Papers and the O’Callaghan publications. Volume 14 is the general index to the contents of all 14 volumes. The introductory material in each volume of The Papers of Sir William Johnson provides further information on the volume’s content. DATE PUBLISHED: 1933 EDITION: N° de réf. du libraire 099030

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