Lincoln, the Capital of Nebraska: A Complete History of its Foundation and Growth up to the Present Time, Together with a Full Description of All the Public State Buildings, Salt Springs, and Other Matters of Interest, Situated Thereat. John H. Ames.
Lincoln, the Capital of Nebraska: A Complete History of its Foundation and Growth up to the Present Time, Together with a Full Description of All the Public State Buildings, Salt Springs, and Other Matters of Interest, Situated Thereat
Lincoln, the Capital of Nebraska: A Complete History of its Foundation and Growth up to the Present Time, Together with a Full Description of All the Public State Buildings, Salt Springs, and Other Matters of Interest, Situated Thereat
Lincoln, the Capital of Nebraska: A Complete History of its Foundation and Growth up to the Present Time, Together with a Full Description of All the Public State Buildings, Salt Springs, and Other Matters of Interest, Situated Thereat
Lincoln, the Capital of Nebraska: A Complete History of its Foundation and Growth up to the Present Time, Together with a Full Description of All the Public State Buildings, Salt Springs, and Other Matters of Interest, Situated Thereat

Lincoln, the Capital of Nebraska: A Complete History of its Foundation and Growth up to the Present Time, Together with a Full Description of All the Public State Buildings, Salt Springs, and Other Matters of Interest, Situated Thereat

Lincoln, NB: State journal Power Press Print, 1870. First edition. 8vo. 30 pp. Three leaves of local advertisements at the rear. Howes A-219. Graff 55. Not in Streeter sale, Eberstadt, Soliday, or Decker. OCLC locates ten copies ( Columbia, Gene Autry Museum, Huntington, Stanford, Yale, Newberry, Harvard, Nebraska-Kearney, Nebraska-Omaha, Princeton). Very good, unopened copy. Original printed tan wrappers (some spine erosion). (#3716). Item #57276

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