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Abbey, James.
     California. A trip across the plains, in the spring of 1850, being a daily record of incidents of the trip.
New Albany, Ind., Kent & Norman, and J.R. Nunemacher. 1850
64 p. 17.5 cm.; Cover has imprint: New Albany, Ind., J.R. Nunmacher; Kent & Norman; Louisville, C. Hagan & co.; [etc., etc.] 1850.; Original wrappers.; Eberstadt no. II-680.; Howes, U.S.IANA, no. A.5.
     Reel: 1, Item No. 3

Abbot, Edwin Hale.
     A review of the Report upon the physics and hydraulics of the Mississippi River; upon the protection of the alluvial region against overflow; and upon the deepening of the mouths; based upon surveys and investigations made under acts of Congress. Prepared by Capt. A.A. Humphreys and Lieut, H.L. Abbot.
Boston, Crosby and Nichols. 1862
42 p. 22.5 cm.; Original wrappers.; "Reprinted from the North American review, April, 1862."
     Reel: 1, Item No. 4

[Abbot, Henry Larcom], 1831.
     General G.K. Warren.
[West Point?]. [1883]
15 p. 23.5 cm.; Cover-title.; Signed: Henry L. Abbot.; "Reprinted from the Proceedings of the Association of the graduates of the U.S. Military academy--annual reunion of June 12, 1883."; Original wrappers; Eberstadt no. II-933.
     Reel: 1, Item No. 5

Abbott, Carlisle Stewart, b. 1828.
     Recollections of a California pioneer.
New York, The Neale publishing company. 1917
235 p. front. (port.) 19.5 cm.; The author crossed the plains with the Beloit Co. in 1850 and again in 1852. Settling in California first, he moved to Arizona in 1879.
     Reel: 1, Item No. 6

[Abbott, James B.].
     Memorial in behalf of the "Black Bob" band of Shawnee Indians, in favor of the issuance of patents to their land in severalty, as provided by the treaty of 1854, and act of Congress of March 3d, 1859, and against any interferance[!] therewith by legislation.
Washington, D.C., Powell, Ginck & Co., prs. 1870
22 p. 22 cm.; Cover-title.; Original wrappers.
     Reel: 1, Item No. 7

Abel, Henry I.
     Traveller's & emigrant's guide to Wisconsin & Iowa.
[Philadelphia, H.I. Abel]. [1838]
Accompanied with a new and improved map of those territories, with the addition of parts of Illinois, Indiana, and Michigan.; broadside. map. 51 x 67.5 cm.; Title from label mounted on cover.; Caption title: Geographical, geological and statistical chart of Wisconsin & Iowa ...; Text with ornamental border.
     Reel: 1, Item No. 8

Aberdeen and Tamair, Ishbel Maria (Marjoribanks) Gordon, marchioness of, 1857.
     Through Canada with a kodak.
Edinburgh, W.H. White & co. 1893
viii, 249, [1] p. illus., ports., front. 19 cm.; Chapters VIII-XV describe the journey through the Canadian northwest and British Columbia; three of these chapters treat of the Indians.
     Reel: 1, Item No. 9

Abney, A.H.
     Life and adventures of L.D. Lafferty; being a true biography of one of the most remarkable men of the great South-west, from an adventurous boyhood in Arkansas, through a protracted life of almost unparalleled sufferings and hairbreadth escapes upon the frontier of Texas.
New York, H.S. Goodspeed & co. [1875]
219 p. front., plates, ports. 19 cm.; "A series of wonderful adventures in Texas on very slender historic basis."--C.W. Raines, A bibliography of Texas, 1896, p. [1].; Howes, U.S.IANA, no. A.15.
     Reel: 1, Item No. 10

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