1872 History of New York City Colonial Americana Native American Indian Stone

STONE, William L.

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William L Stone’s ‘History of New York City’ is one of the most thorough and detailed accounts of the history of New York and early Americana. It covers the earliest times of Dutch settlements, Native American trade, Revolutionary and Civil War battles, as well as accounts of early American fore-fathers including George Washington. References to early Quakers and how religion shaped New York society.

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1872 History of New York City Colonial Americana Native American Indian Stone

 

William L Stone’s ‘History of New York City’ is one of the most thorough and detailed accounts of the history of New York and early Americana. It covers the earliest times of Dutch settlements, Native American trade, Revolutionary and Civil War battles, as well as accounts of early American fore-fathers including George Washington. References to early Quakers and how religion shaped New York society.

Item number: #5236

Price: $499

STONE, William L.

 

History of New York city from the discovery to the present day

New York: Virtue & Yorston, 1872.

 

Details:

  • Collation: Complete with all pages

o   [xx]. [3]. [9]-658p

o   Illustrated throughout with portraits and historical scenes.

  • Language: English
  • Binding: Cloth; tight and secure
  • Size: ~10in X 7in (25cm x 17.5cm)

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5236

Categories

Americana, American History

Military & War

Religion

Authors

STONE, William L.

Printing Date

19th Century

Language

English

Binding

Hardcover

Book Condition

Excellent

Collation

Complete