New York: American Bureau of Mines, 1866. 44pp, stitched. Original printed wrappers [front wrapper detached but present]. Else Very Good. A Report, by Thomas Egleston on behalf of the American Bureau of Mines, on the topography of Omaha; the Platte and its tributaries and their valleys; the geology of the...
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[Washington, D.C. Republican Association; Buell & Blanchard, Printers, 1856]. 8pp. Caption title [as issued], printed in double columns. Folded [split along spine fold], untrimmed [light edgewear], partly uncut. Light toning. Good+. The contest for Speaker of the House at the opening of the Thirty-Fourth Congress illustrated the deeply divisive...
Washington, D.C. Hartman & Cadick, Printers, 1896. 16pp, two staples. Tanned. Very Good. Bryan's pro-income tax speech presented to the House of Representatives on January 30, 1894, along with an excerpt of a speech given by Wike and a report by McMillin of the Committee of Ways and Means.
[np. 1873]. 36, ii,  pp. Original printed self-wrappers [rear wrap chipped at blank corner, not affecting the plate of Salt Creek Valley]. Dbd [disbinding holes present in blank inner margin], full-page and partial-page illustrations. Good+. The second edition, after the 1870 24-page first. "Scarce." Adams. "The statistics, with which...
[New York? 1884?]. 4pp. Caption title [as issued]. Black and white illustrations "Brownell Hall" and "Trinity Cathedral, Omaha." Disbound. Light tanning and foxing. 'E' printed at top of caption title. Good+. OCLC attributes publishing as possibly being New York and date as 1884. OCLC 14379557 .
Washington: Printed at the Sentinel Office, 1854. 14, [2 blank]pp. Printed in double columns. Disbound, loosening. Minor dustsoiling and edgewear. Overall, Good+. Sabin 20693n.
Washington: Printed at the Union Office, 1856. 32pp, disbound. Light scattered foxing, last page tanned. Very Good. The debate concerned whether James H. Lane, leader of the Free State forces in Kansas, was a liar. Lane had submitted to Congress a memorial, purportedly by the members of the Kansas General...
[Keokuk, Iowa: 1918]. Quarto, 4pp + original printed wrappers [institutional stamps, several edge chips]. Text and wrappers loose. Good+. The Keokuk Industrial Association urges establishment of a railroad line from Logansport to Peoria and Keokuk, via the Pennsylvania Railroad and the Toledo, Peoria, & Western Railroad; and then through Missouri...
Omaha City, N.T. 1856-1867. Seven volumes, bound in later cloth, some library marks, overall Very Good. The volumes are: b) LAWS, JOINT RESOLUTIONS, AND MEMORIALS, PASSED AT THE THIRD SESSION OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OF THE TERRITORY OF NEBRASKA. Brownville: Robert W. Furnas, 1857. 312pp. c) LAWS, JOINT RESOLUTIONS...
1881. 46th Cong., 3rd Sess. SED33. 1881. 6pp, folding diagram of Camp Sheridan, disbound. Very Good.
1880. 46th Cong., 2nd Sess. SED38. 1880. 4pp, 8 folding diagrams, disbound. Minor wear to bottom edge of pages, none to diagrams. Very Good.
[Np: 1920]. [4pp]. Disbound. Clean, inner margin binder holes. Very Good.
[Manchester? 1854]. 5" x 9", untrimmed, with a paste-on at the head of the title: 'FOR MAYOR, FREDERICK SMYTH.' Very Good. Smyth was mayor of Manchester for several terms. The Kansas-Nebraska issue took top billing, even in this local election.
[Concord? 1854]. 6 1/4" x 3 1/4". Illustrated at the top with the Screaming Eagle atop a globe labeled 'Democracy'. Old folds, Good+. Perkins died during the campaign. The Independent Democrats opposed the repeal of the Missouri Compromise, and the inauguration of Popular Sovereignty in Kansas-Nebraska, engineered by Democratic Senator Stephen A. Douglas.
Washington: 1879. 19, [1 blank] pp, three staples. Light wear, Very Good.
44th Cong., 1st Sess. HED80. 1876. 11, [1 blank] pp. Dbd, tanned, Good+.
[Lincoln: 1913]. Nebraska History and Ethnology Series. Original printed wrappers [light wear]. 23pp, frontis, illus., map. Very Good.
[Washington: Printed by John T. and Lem. Towers, 1854]. 23 [1 blank]pp, printed cover. Double columns. Untrimmed, loose gathering. Minor foxing. Very good. Sabin 84463.