Washington: National Democratic Executive Committee, 1860. 16pp, caption title [as issued]. Folded folio sheet, lightly dusted with minor wear. Very Good. Breckinridge, Buchanan's Vice President, was the 1860 presidential standard-bearer of the anti-Stephen Douglas branch of the Democratic Party, which had split during the 1860 nominating convention. Douglas had...
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[Washington: 1846]. 16pp, disbound, printed in double columns. Light scattered foxing, else Very Good.
[Washington: J. Heart, Printer, 1844]. 4pp, folded, untrimmed. Lightly worn and dusted, else Very Good. A pro-Polk campaign document, centering on the candidates' alleged differences over the Oregon Territory. "Whilst James K. Polk is pledged to retain the whole of this great territory, Henry Clay is also pledged to...
[Washington City: Issued by the National Democratic Executive Committee, 1860]. 8pp, caption title [as issued]. Disbound, else Very Good. Breckinridge, Buchanan's Vice President, was the 1860 presidential standard-bearer of the Southern Rights branch of the Democratic Party, which had split with Stephen Douglas supporters during the 1860 nominating convention...
New York: 1846. 75pp, dbd, lightly spotted, with soiled lower portion of title page. Good+. The U.S. had protracted and heated discussions with England over competing claims to the Oregon territory. Gallatin reviews the history of settlements and the nature of the claims. He "put before the people, as well...
Salem, OR: State Printing Department, 1929. 135, [1 blank] pp. Original printed front wrapper [tattered, institutional markings], disbound, loose. A few large chips to first two leaves [no text loss], else only minor occasional chipping of edges. Good.
Washington: 1848. 36pp, dbd, scattered foxing. Good+. Howison reports his many observations. "The flag, taken ashore when, in 1846, Howison's vessel was wrecked in the Columbia, was the first to wave over Oregon." Howes. "Howison spent nearly a year in the Oregon country, exploring the interior, living among the pioneers...
26th Cong., 1st Sess. Senate. 1840. No. 244. 3pp. disbound. Very Good.
Eugene, OR: Koke-Tiffany Co., [1920s?]. 20pp. Original printed wrappers [a few large chips at edges [no text loss]. Light chipping of edges of text. Presentation by the author on the front wrap. Near Good+.
[Jacksonville, Oregon? 1859]. Caption title [as issued]. , [1 blank] pp. Uncut. Lightly toned, Near Fine. Moses praises Freemasonry, "our great brotherhood." . Smith, Pacific Northwest [edition 3] 7105. OCLC 21697435  [as of September 2013]. Not in Cowan or Sabin.
New York City: Eastern Office, Oregon Railway and Navigation Co.; Franklin Press: Rand, Avery, & Co., Boston, 1880. 59, [1 blank] pp, large [17" x 19"] folding Colton color map of Oregon, Washington Territory, part of Idaho. A few short splits along folds with no loss. Original printed wrappers[soiled and...
Washington: Gideon & Co, 1851. 30, [2 blank] pp, original printed wrappers, untrimmed. Wrapper partially detached and chipped on edges. Scattered foxing. Good+.
[Washington: Towers, 1859]. Caption title [as issued]. 16pp. Disbound, else Very Good. Several speeches of Joseph Lane and his admirers upon the successful completion of his labors in behalf of statehood for Oregon. Speakers are brought to heights of eloquence by visions of America's Manifest Destiny. If Oregon is now...
Salem, Oregon: Asahel Bush, Territorial Printer, 1856. Modern buckram [gilt-lettered morocco spine label, gilt institution bookplate and name stamped on spine]. 84, 100, [1 errata], [1 blank], 4, 3, [1 blank] pp. Several rubberstamps, a crude tape repair [no loss]. Good+. General and Special Laws are included, and Territorial Officers...
29th Cong., 1st Sess. SD8. 1845. 3, [1 blank] pp. Dbd. Tanned. Good+.
30th Cong., 1st Sess. Senate Executive No. 1848. 47. 1848. 8pp, disbound. Very Good.
26th Cong., 1st Sess. Senate. 1839. 355. 1pp, disbound. Very Good.
25th Cong., 3d Sess. Senate. 1839. 237. 1839. 2pp, disbound. Very Good.
26th Cong., 1st Sess. Senate 514. 1840. 2pp. disbound. Very Good.
26th Cong., 1st Sess. Senate 40. 1840. 4pp, disbound. Very Good.
30th Cong., 1st Sess. HR733. 1848. 77, [3 blank] pp, disbound. Light tanning, minor foxing. Good+ to Very Good.
1848. 30th Cong., 1st Sess. Ho. of Reps. Miscellaneous No. 68. 1848. 1pp. disbound. Very Good.
[Chicago & NY: 1905]. Large folding color map [detached]. Original printed wrappers. 21,  pp. Light edge wear to text, Very Good.
29th Cong. , 1st Sess. Senate 181. 1846. 1 page, disbound. Very Good.
[Washington]: 1860. 36th Cong., 1st Sess. HED65. 269, [1 blank] pp. Disbound, else Very Good. A detailed compendium of correspondence and information about "difficulties at San Juan Island," with competing claims of British subjects; and developments in "the war against the Indians of Washington and Oregon territories." III Soliday 522.