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ADDRESSES AND POEM IN COMMEMORATION OF THE CAPTAIN MICHAEL PIERCE FIGHT, MARCH 26, 1676: Memorial Services at Central Falls, Rhode Island, October 15, 1904. Dedication of Monument, September 21 1907.
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ADDRESSES AND POEM IN COMMEMORATION OF THE CAPTAIN MICHAEL PIERCE FIGHT, MARCH 26, 1676: Memorial Services at Central Falls, Rhode Island, October 15, 1904. Dedication of Monument, September 21 1907.

By Bicknell, Thomas Williams, editor.

1908.. Very good in terra cotta flexible cloth boards (some loss of sizing to the cloth, or biopredation, contents near fine). First edition. Includes a foreword by John Winslow, a brief history of King Philip's War and of Michael Pierce of Scituate by Edwin C. Pierce, a poem by Hezekiah Butterworth and a list of the slain members of the Plymouth Colony Company. Glossy frontispiece. 41 pp.

$110.00

EVENING FERRY.
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EVENING FERRY.

By Towler, Katherine.

San Francisco:: McAdam / Cage, , (2005). Near fine in near fine dust jacket.. First printing. Second novel in this multi-generational trilogy set in 1965 on a fictional island off the coast of New England. 372 pp.

$20.00

SANDWICH: The Town That Glass Built.
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SANDWICH: The Town That Glass Built.

By Barbour, Harriot Buxton.

Boston:: Houghton Mifflin,, 1948.. Ex-library, in sturdy library binding, no dj.. First edition. A history of the town of Sandwich on Cape Cod, Massachusetts focusing on the glass-making businesses which flourished there. Illustrated with photographs and drawings by Robert Hallack. Selected bibliography. Index. vii, 318 pp.

$18.00

IKE GLIDDEN IN MAINE: A Story of Rural Life in a Yankee District.
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IKE GLIDDEN IN MAINE: A Story of Rural Life in a Yankee District.

By McFaul, A. D. [Alexander D., 1863- ]

New York & Boston:: Dickerman Publishing Co., , (1903). Near fine in red cloth with a pasted on illustration on the front cover. gold lettering on front cover and spine (a hint of fading to the spine). First edition. Attractive copy of the first, and apparently only, novel by this Maine attorney and legislator. Illustrated with a glossy frontispiece with a tissue guard and five inserted glossy plates. Top edge gilt. 297 pp.

$25.00

HOME FREE
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HOME FREE

By Lasky, Kathryn

New York:: Macmillan (Four Winds Press),, (1985). Fine in fine dust jacket.. First printing. Novel by this award-winning author of books for young adults about the destruction caused by the creation of the Quabbin Reservoir in Massachusetts - and an attempt to preserve the "accidental wilderness" which emerged and to bring back the eagles to the area. 245 pp.

$21.50

SPOONWOOD.
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SPOONWOOD.

By Hebert, Ernest

Hanover, NH: : University Press of New England, (2005). Fine in glossy illustrated wrappers.. Advance Reading Copy (trade paperback format. ) A novel in the Darby cycle, set in rural New England.. 298 pp. plus a reading group guide and an interview with the author.

$21.50

THE GRANITE BLOCK: Downtown Fall River in the Mid-twentieth Century.
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THE GRANITE BLOCK: Downtown Fall River in the Mid-twentieth Century.

By Maiocco, Carmen J.

n.p. [Fall River, MA]:: By the author,, (1994). Very good (some foxing to the front cover, but otherwise tight and clean) . First printing in wrappers. No hardcover edition. An account of the then-bustling commercial center of Fall River, Massachusetts from the fire of 1928 through the 1940s and 1950s to the coming of the interstate. The heart of this center was the building known as the Granite Block. SIGNED on the title page. Illustrated with vintage photographs. 87 pp.

$34.50

THE BUBBLE REPUTATION
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THE BUBBLE REPUTATION

By Pelletier, Cathy.

New York:: Crown,, 1993.. Fine in a fine dustjacket.. First printing. Fourth novel by an author who has been highly praised, by writers as diverse as Stephen King and Florence King, and who was the winner of the New England Book Award for Fiction, but who is not as widely read as she should be. SIGNED on the title page. This is a wonderful story of an oddball family in rural Maine. 250 pp.

$31.50

MASSACHUSETTS: There She is - Behold Her.
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MASSACHUSETTS: There She is - Behold Her.

By Howe, Henry F.

New York:: Harper & Brothers,, (1960). Fine in very good dust jacket (publishing flaw to dj, which caused some creases to the back cover of the dj.). First printing. A history of one of the most influential states from the earliest days of the US. Illustrations and maps (including one fold-out colored map) by John O'Hara Cosgrave II. A title in the"Regions of America" series. Map end papers. Bibliography, index. xiv, 290 pp.

$21.00

REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF CONCORD, with the Charter and Amendments in Force March 1, 1926.
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REVISED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF CONCORD, with the Charter and Amendments in Force March 1, 1926.

By Board of Aldermen.

Concord, NH:: The Concord Press,, 1926.. Very good in black cloth with gilt lettering on spine. . First edition. The Rules of the Board of Aldermen, Published by order of the Board of Alderman in accordance with Section Fifty-Two of the New Charter. Seal on title page. Index. 192 pp.

$50.00

MY OWN CAPE COD.
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MY OWN CAPE COD.

By Taber, Gladys.

Philadelphia:: Lippincott,, (1971.). Near fine in a near fine dust jacket (prev owner's name). Family Bookshelf edition. Life at Still Cove, overlooking Mill Pond in Orleans on the Cape - including information on the old houses on Cape Cod, whaling, and much more. Illustrated with photographs by John Schram. 251 pp.

$19.50

MISCHIEF IN THE MOUNTAINS.
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MISCHIEF IN THE MOUNTAINS.

By Hard, Walter R. Jr. and Janet C. Greene, editors.

Montpelier:: Vermont Life Magazine,, (1970). Fine in good+ dust jacket (chip and several short closed tears on top edge of dust jacket).. First printing. "From deep within the green mountains- thirteen incredible tales of mystery, criminality, hardship and humor." Illustrated with both full page and small en texte black and white drawings by Jane Clark Brown. Prologue, notes. 174 pp.

$24.50

THE LOVELY AMBITION.
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THE LOVELY AMBITION.

By Chase, Mary Ellen.

New York:: Norton,, (1960.). Near fine in a very good dust jacket (offsetting to a couple of pages from newpaper, price-clipped, edgewear.).. First printing. A family chronicle set half in England and half in Chase's native state of Maine. SIGNED on the front endpaper with the words "with all good wishes." 288 pp.

$32.50

THE PERFECT STORM.
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THE PERFECT STORM.

By Junger, Sebastian.

New York:: Norton,, (1997). Very good in near fine dust jacket (name blacked over on front endpaper.). 3rd printing. Sword fishermen of Gloucester, Massachusetts and the last moments of the fishing boat Andrea Gail. Recounts the daring highseas rescues, weaves together the history of the fishing industry, sience of storms, and the candid accounts of the people whose lives the storms touched. Basis for the movie of the same name, starring George Clooney. 227 pp.

$13.50

THE PERFECT STORM.
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THE PERFECT STORM.

By Junger, Sebastian.

New York:: Norton,, (1997.). Fine in fine dust jacket.. Later printing. Swordfishermen of Gloucester, Massachusetts and the last moments of the fishing boat Andrea Gail. Recounts the daring highseas rescues, weaves together the history of the fishing industry, sience of storms, and the candid accounts of the people whose lives the storms touched. Movie tie-in edition with a wraparound band advertising the movie of the same name, starring George Clooney. SIGNED on the front endpaper. 227 pp.

$29.50

NOWLE'S PASSING.
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NOWLE'S PASSING.

By Forbes, Edith.

Seattle:: Seal Press,, (1996.). Very near fine in a near fine dustjacket (price-clipped).. First printing. The author's second novel, set in rural Northern Vermont. Although Forbes was raised on a ranch in the West, she had lived in Vermont, raising cattle, for 9 years at the time this was written. Dust jacket features the painting 'Barn in Snow' by Georgia O'Keeffe. 266 pp.

$18.50

A TRAIL OF HEART'S BLOOD WHEREVER WE GO.
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A TRAIL OF HEART'S BLOOD WHEREVER WE GO.

By Olmstead, Robert.

New York:: Random House,, 1990.. Near fine in near fine dust jacket. ( a tight, clean copy, minor handling wear.). First printing. Author's third book, a story set in rural New Hampshire. Dj praise from Tobias Wolff and Jay McInerney.

$21.00

THE CHIP ON GRANDMA'S SHOULDER.

By Leavitt, Robert Keith.

Philadelphia:: Lippincott,, (1954.). Near fine in a very good dust jacket (price-clipped, 2 short closed tears near side of dj spine.). First printing. Memories of life in a small town in the old colony of Massachusetts in 1900-1908 - true to the spirit of the time, even if not totally accurate, and warmly humorous. 255 pp. Dust jacket painting by Douglas Gorsline.

$19.00

NOWLE'S PASSING.

By Forbes, Edith.

Seattle:: Seal Press,, (1996.). Fine in fine dust jacket (appears unread.). First printing. The author's second novel, set in rural Northern Vermont. Although Forbes was raised on a ranch in the West, she had lived in Vermont, raising cattle, for 9 years at the time this was written. Dust jacket features the painting 'Barn in Snow' by Georgia O'Keeffe. 266 pp.

$22.50

MY OWN CAPE COD.

By Taber, Gladys.

Philadelphia:: Lippincott,, (1971.). Just about fine in fine dust jacket.. 5th printing. Life at Still Cove, overlooking Mill Pond in Orleans on the Cape - including information on the old houses on Cape Cod, whaling, and much more. Illustrated with photographs by John Schram. 251 pp.

$19.50

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