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11/22/2017 11:43 AM
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ORIGINAL 1849 BOOK ON U.S. HISTORY FROM 1492

age: 150+ years old

size: 6.5 inches long, 4 inches wide

composition: paper, leather

rating: 6

comments: "A History of the United States of America on a plan adapted to the capacity of Youth, and designed to aid the memory by systematic arrangement and interesting associations"; by Charles A. Goodrich; hardbound, copyright 1849; published by Jenks, Palmer & Co. Boston, Mass.; 412 pages; Condition is poor with wear on out covers, water staining, moisture rippling, there is foxing, spotting and staining on pages, covers are bend and curled in corners, faded, spine is torn and spine is split on front and back inside covers. Paper is brittle, there is pencil writing on front and back pages; pages are free from rips or tears and very readable. Front and back covers are partially readable but worn. Structurally sound. We encourage you to come in and view.

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