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The Debatable Land: A Sketch of the Anglo-Spanish Contest for the Georgia Country

The Debatable Land: A Sketch of the Anglo-Spanish Contest for the Georgia Country

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The Debatable Land: A Sketch of the Anglo-Spanish Contest for the Georgia Country

by Herbert E. Bolton and Mary Ross

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Berkeley California: University of California Press, 1925. First Edition. . Hardcover. Very Good+/None Included. VG+/1st ed./S(presentation copy). An attractive copy of this 1925 history of the contest between Spain and England over the ownership of Georgia. Very light shelf wear on the end of the spine, and the very tips of the outer corner of front and rear covers (no board exposed or break in cloth). Gilt on spine is complete and bright. All maps present and no foxing or marking to pages. Binding sturdy and tight. Signed by Herbert E. Bolton on presentation book plate on front free endpaper: " To my good friend, Joseph W. Flinn, master of the printer's art, collaborator in the making of this book. With grateful regards, Herbert Bolton". Joesph W. Flinn was Superintendent of the University of California Press where this book was printed.

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Bookseller
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Bookseller's Inventory #
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Title
The Debatable Land: A Sketch of the Anglo-Spanish Contest for the Georgia Country
Author
Herbert E. Bolton and Mary Ross
Format/Binding
Hardcover
Book Condition
Used - Very Good+
Jacket Condition
None Included
Quantity Available
1
Edition
First Edition.
Publisher
University of California Press
Place of Publication
Berkeley California
Date Published
1925
Keywords
COLLECTIBLE, RARE, FIRST EDITION, SIGNED, GEORGIANA, GEORGIA HISTORY,
Bookseller catalogs
History--Civil and Otherwise; Georgia; Signed By Author;

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