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Fri Mar 21 17:13:56 2014 UTClccn-nr930524790.00Papers, [ca.1900-1950?]0.710.97Constitution reform, in a series of articles contributed to the Democratic review, upon constitutional guaranties in political government ... to which are added two letters of the Hon. Michael Hoffman on a re-organization of the judiciary of the State of New York ... also, the correspondence of Thomas Jefferson on constitutional reform7269769Thomas_Kettellnr 930524793522645Kettell, T. P. (Thomas Prentice)Kettell, Thomas Prenticelccn-no96068447Flint, Charles Louis1824-1889lccn-nb98051610Dana, William B.(William Buck)1829-1910lccn-n88225882Hunt, Freeman1804-1858edtnp-homans, isaac smith$1832 1879Homans, Isaac Smith1832-1879np-stebbins, lStebbins, L.np-mccay, charles francis$1810 1889McCay, Charles Francis1810-1889lccn-n81127453Merriam, John C.lccn-n85028380Richards, T. Addison(Thomas Addison)1820-1900lccn-n50017807Barnard, Henry1811-1900lccn-n90629603Perkins, Frederic B.(Frederic Beecher)1828-1899Kettell, Thomas PrenticePeriodicalsHistoryControversial literatureRecords and correspondenceUnited StatesCommerceEconomic historySouthern StatesSlaveryPolitical scienceAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)IndustriesEducationCanadaConstitutional lawConstitutional historyConstitution (United States)Law reformJefferson, Thomas,Slavery--Controversial literatureDebts, PublicGreat BritainFinanceMcClellan, George Brinton,Political and social viewsSlavery--Economic aspectsRailroadsTransportationUnited States--Confederate States of AmericaAmerican newspapersSouth Carolina--CharlestonSilver flatwareSilverwork--ExpertisingSilverwork, ColonialBaxter, WilliamSilversmithsBradford, WilliamSilverwareFitch, JohnSilverworkDickerson, JohnSilver--AssayingPratt, Philo1811183018461848184918601861186218631864186518661867187018711872187318741875187919611965196719831995199620002012328052185973.711HC107.A13ocn079011861ocn45666963670431ocn005638231book18600.76Kettell, Thomas PrenticeSouthern wealth and northern profits, as exhibited in statistical facts and official figures : showing the necessity of union to the future prosperity and welfare of the RepublicHistoryControversial literature58714ocn000173175book18600.56Kettell, Thomas PrenticeSouthern wealth and northern profits, as exhibited in statistical facts and official figures, showing the necessity of union to the future prosperity and welfare of the RepublicHistoryControversial literature51631ocn001040182book18620.63Kettell, Thomas PrenticeHistory of the great rebellion, from its commencement to its close, giving an account of its origin, the secession of the southern states, and the formation of the Confederate government, the concentration of the military and financial resources of the federal government ... together with sketches of the lives of all the eminent statesmen and military and naval commanders, with a full and complete index. From official sourcesHistory4855ocn002262077serial0.70Hunt's merchants' magazineHistoryPeriodicals2825ocn011100020book18610.73Eighty years progress of the United States showing the various channels of industry and education through which the people of the United States have arisen from a British colony to their present national importanceHistory1905ocn423587338file18460.88Kettell, Thomas PrenticeConstitutional reform in a series of articles contributed to the Democratic review upon constitutional guaranties in political government15714ocn001885287book18700.81One hundred years' progress of the United States, with an appendix entitled Marvels that our grandchildren will see; or, One hundred years' progress in the futureHistory734ocn010672334book18640.86Eighty years' progress of the United States from Revolutionary war to the great rebellion, showing the various channels of industry through which the people of the United States have arisen from a British colony to their present national importance ... with a large amount of statistical information ...455ocn085788002file18640.90Eighty years' progress of the United States from the Revolutionary War to the great rebellion, showing the various channels of industry through which the people of the United States have arisen from a British colony to their present national importance ... with a large amount of statistical information ...History384ocn007922128serial0.70The Merchants' magazine and commercial reviewPeriodicals335ocn784938725book18620.93Kettell, Thomas PrenticeThe history of the war debt of England, the history of the war debt of the United States, and the two comparedHistoryRecords and correspondence307ocn325679873book18720.93First century of national existence : the United States as they were and are ...262ocn367812415file0.70The United States magazine and Democratic reviewPeriodicalsVols. 1-3, 5-8 contain the political and literary portions; v. 4 the historical register department, of the numbers published from Oct. 1837 to Dec. 1840237ocn010051877book18630.73Kettell, Thomas PrenticeVollsta╠łndige Geschichte der grossen amerikanischen RebellionHistory122ocn676866607com18750.81Kettell, Thomas PrenticeHistory of the great rebellion from its commencement to its close, giving an account of its origin, the secession of the southern states, and the formation of the confederate government ... From official sources ... Complete in one volume. Furnished to subscribers onlyHistory102ocn260325666com18490.81Kettell, Thomas PrenticeRailroad to the Pacific91ocn028258251book0.95Kettell, Thomas PrenticeHistory of the great rebellion, from its commencement to its close, giving an account of its origin, the secession of the Southern States, and the formation of the Confederate government, the concentration of the military and financial resources of the federal government ... from official sources. Embellished with over 125 engravings, including 90 portraits of prominent statesmen, military and naval officers, and 20 full-page battle and other scenes, on steel, illustrating the varied and exciting scenes of the war, with numerous maps, giving the location of all important military points ... Furnished to subscribers onlyHistory72ocn810042927com18720.88Kettell, Thomas PrenticeTravel and transportation54ocn318571642book18630.92Kettell, Thomas PrenticeHistory of the great rebellion, : from its commencement to its close, giving an account account of its origin, the secession of the southern states, and the formation of the confederate government, the concentration of the military and financial recources of the federal government, : the development of its vast power, the raising, organizing, and equipping of the contending armies and navies; lucid, vivid and accurate descriptions of battles and bombardments, sieges and surrender of forts, captured batteries, etc., etc.; The immense financial resources and comprehensive measures of the government, the enthusiasm and patriotic contributions of the people, together with sketches of the lives of all the eminent statesmen and military and naval commanders. From official sources.History41ocn053153210book18460.97Kettell, Thomas PrenticeConstitution reform, in a series of articles contributed to the Democratic review, upon constitutional guaranties in political government ... to which are added two letters of the Hon. Michael Hoffman on a re-organization of the judiciary of the State of New York ... also, the correspondence of Thomas Jefferson on constitutional reform11ocn123478272mixFarr, WilloughbyHistoryPhotographsVolume 4 bears the title page inscription "Some information being a short account of some American silversmiths not mentioned in any previously published work on the subject. By W. Farr." This typescript volume contains numerous references to obscure silversmiths. Entries range from one sentence to two pages, but contain no marks. Inclusions to this volume contain hand-written notes on Philadelphia silversmiths, including a list of apprentices indentured to master silversmithsFri Mar 21 15:34:08 EDT 2014batch16284