Very Good in Very Good jacket. Inscribed by the Author Gift inscription inside cover, as well as "Best wishes, Dr. Ben K. Green." Original price clipped from inside jacket, no tears, neatly wrapped in non-removable mylar. No creasing / no marks: fresh, clean copy. First edition, stated. 306 pp.
Very Good. Signed by Author(s) No marks, no creasing; very clean copy in top-quality condition. Copy 2003 of a limited first edition. Personally signed by both authors. Hundreds of black and white and full-color postcards-several on each page-tell the Amarillo story.
Very Good in Very Good jacket. A couple of small edge tears to jacket. Binding totally free of marks; very clean copy. Blue cloth, 90 pp. Early beginnings as precise portraits of mansions and estates of the wealthy, watercolor medium was later imported from England, popularized because of its intimate size and subdued colors. The New York Water Color Society, formed after the New York World's Fair, later became the American Watercolor Society.
Description: Very Good. Binding tight and totally free of marks; very clean copy. 301 pp. Eighteen chapters of little-known Northwest Indian history: the arrival of the Scandinavians, Negro institutions in Oregon, Shakers, Ku Klux Klan in Tillamook, Oregon, Chief Joseph, and more. read more
Edition: First Edition
Publisher: Univ of Virginia Pr, Charlottesville, Virginia, U.S. A
Date published: 1991
Description: Fine in Fine jacket. No folds, marks; bright, fresh copy. The time between the 1760's and the 1790's is examined in detail and the author explains how, by the time the new nation was forged, is was radically different both from Britain and the original 13 colonies. Analysis of social, economic, intellectual and political structures of colonial America. 336 pp. read more
Publisher: Texas A & M Univ Pr, College Station, Texas, U.S. A
Date published: 2001
Description: Very Good in Very Good jacket. No marks or creases. Very clean copy. Origins of cultivated potatoes; the many ways to propagate, store, and harvest potatoes; and the crop's potential for feeding a hungry planet. Art and agriculture, famine and demography, describes village based farmer field schools, and looks at the role the potato plays in China and other key areas of the world. Native to the New World, the potato was first domesticated by Andean farmers, probably in the Lake Titicaca basin. ... read more
Binding: Mass Market Paperback
Publisher: Ace Books, E Rutherford, New Jersey, U.S. A
Date published: 1986
Description: Very Good. Spine lightly creased, text tight and unmarked; very clean copy. 217 pp. Espy, an alcoholic since the death of his wife, is given the assignment of reining in cow thieve and crooked ranch hands in the Texas Panhandle. read more