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Paul Fenimore CooperTricks of Women & Other Albanian TalesWilliam Morrow & Co. New York1928
205 pp. Black embossed cover, frontispiece, illustrations, plates throughout. Paul Fenimore Cooper is the translator of these tales and woodcuts are by Ilse M. Bischoff. The Stories are of the southern, or Tosk, dialect and come from two collections made by  Auguste Dozon and Holger Pedersen. 9 1/4" x 6 1/4"
Stories about Indians. Merriam & Merrill.Concord, NH.1854
24 pp. with in-text and full page woodcut engravings throughout. Content includes A Pawnee Brave, Indian Gratitude, Indian Observation, Indian Stratagem, Red Jacket, Indian Shrewdness, An Indian's Joke, Indian Character, Indian Integrity and Indian Politeness. Excellent imagery depicting Native American of the time. Measures 4" x 6 1/4". . Surface soiling from handing, some toning. Old glue repair.
The Romance Of Indian History or Thrilling Incidents in the Early Settlement of America. Kiggins & Kellogg.New York.n.d.
24 pp. wrapper with 8 illustrations. This chapbook is apart of Redfield's Toy Books: Four Series of Twelve Books Each. This book is the from the fourth series, No. 12. On the back cover it lists the names of all the books in all for series. Depending on when the book was published the address of the publisher varies either it is 88 John Street or 123 & 125 William St. on wrapper. The publisher was on John St. between 1849 and 1856, and on William St. between 1856 and 1857. This tells two stories, "Kiodago and his Christian Wife" and "Adam Poe and Bigfoot." The cover is yellow with some soiling and a few intact tears. There is an inscription written on the title page to the original owner of the book. There is general wear around the edges, and some slight foxing, especially around the string used to bind the book. Measures 6" x 3 3/4"..
Uncle Tom and Eva Promote Uncle Tom's Cabin Smoking Tobacco. Donaldson Brothers.Five Points NY.
A 5" x 3 1/4" advertising trade card promoting Uncle Tom's Cabin Smokin Tobacco, manufactured by Wellman & Dwire, Quincy, Ill. Depicts characters from Uncle Tom's Cabin by Harriet Beecher Stowe.  Eva is holding a plug of tobacco while seated on Uncle Tom's shoulder.  It is cpationed "O Uncle Tom! T'was Eva spoke, Why do you alwys this kind smoke? "O Missy, I hab understood Dat you must Lub Whebber's Good.  And sartain sure Ob all de rest, Dis yer tobacco am de best'. Reverse promotes Hasbrouck & Mix, in Syracuse and other Wellman & Dwire Tobacco Company products. . Light toning on reverse.