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Author Name    Sampson, Joseph Adam Hall (Shakers)

Title   REMAINS OF JOSEPH A.H. SAMPSON Born At Marshfield, 10th Month, 20th, 1805, Died At New Lebanon, 12th Month, 14th, 1825, Aged 20 Years.

Binding   BOARDS

Book Condition   Very Good+ with no dust jacket

Publisher   Rochester E. F. Marshall 1827

Seller ID   2339

24mo 5" - 6" tall; 59+1p. pages; "Published by the Request of His Friends for the Benefit of Youth" "Printed by E. F. Marshall For Procter Simpson of New-Lebanon. " Small piece (1") of upper right corner of page 59 lacking, having been pulled carelessly, not affecting text of "Contents" page but causing about 10 words on p.58 to be missing. Pages 49-58 contain a "Short account of the death of Polly Lawrence" Leather spine lacking 1/4" at head & heel.

Shaker Genealogy

Price = 500.00 USD


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