The European in India
The Paradox of the WPA
The primer, set foorth by the Kynges maiestie and his clergie, to be taught lerned, [and] read: and none other to be vsed throughout all his dominions.
The third volume of chronicles : beginning at Duke William the Norman, commonlie called the Conqueror : and descending by degrees of yeeres to all the kings and queens of England in their orderlie successions...
Thou hast here (gentle reader) a true hydrographical description of so much of the world ...
Tom Raw, the Griffin: A Burlesque Poem
Vite degl’imperatori de Turchi con le loro effiggie intalgiate in Rame
One Who Trades, Mrs. Grey Eyes, Thigh, Child, Bear's Tooth, Deaf and Dumb Indian, Child, Woman, 1868
"Sitting Bull." The Sioux Chief in Command at the Custer Massacre, 1876
2,000 Babies Died, 1909
2-Prong Drive Urged, 1962
A Book of Rhymes for Suffrage, 1915
A Century of Progress Homes and Furnishings
A Children’s Book for the Young and Simple-Minded
A Discourse on the Good News, 1766
A goodly prymer in Englysshe
A History of the Red Terror, 1889
A Letter from Carter Harrison, President of the Commission for the Encouragement of Local Art
A Map of Lewis and Clark's Route, 1814
A Mighty Fortress Is Our God
A Picnic of the Reds at Sheffield, 1889
A Slave Mother's Anguish, 1837
A Slave Trader's Invoice, 1735
a song in the front yard, 1945
A talk from the Honorable Will[ia]m H. Drayton Esqr.
A true & exact history of the island of Barbados
Account of a Conspiracy, 1759
Account of African Slave Trade, 1789
Across the Continent, 1868
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