Title: History of the United States to Which is ...
Publisher: Durrie & Peck and Wilcox Dickerman & Co., New Haven & Louisville, Ky
Publication Date: 1832
Edition: First edition.
5.75" x 3.5". 324pp. Leather spine, original printed paper covered boards. Boards fairly heavily rubbed, rear board quite loose but holding, spine chipped and worn, ownership stamp and inscription. Nevertheless, otherwise a VG condition copy of a book almost always seen in poor condition. With a frontis woodcut illustration of the U.S. capitol building, and many other engraved vignette illustrations. This landmark book is considered the first classroom textbook on American history. Webster has been call the "Father of American Scholarship and Education.". Bookseller Inventory # 25442
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