Here\\\'s The Story: Surviving Marcia Brady And Finding My True Voice 2008

Shelf Of Antiquarian Books

Collectible Antiquarian Books

Town's End Books and Bindery is an antiquarian book dealer buying and selling quality first editions with specialties in the areas of:

Eastern Americana,  Western Americana,  Most Series of America Titles,  The California Gold Rush,  Connecticut Town Histories,  The American Revolution,  The Fur Trade and Mountain Men   and Christmas Books

Authors of:
Historical Fiction,  Nautical Fiction,  Nature and/or Natural History

Special pages devoted to the following authors:
Washington Irving,  Henry David Thoreau,  Mark Twain,  Charles Dickens,  Ernest Hemingway,  John SteinbeckWallace Stegner,  Barry Lopez,  Paul Horgan,  Thornton Wilder,  Robert Frost,  William Faulkner, and W. P. Kinsella
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A complete list of the categories, topics and authors we enjoy dealing with can be found here:  Categories

We purchase individual books and entire collections as long as they are first editions and in nice condition with their dust jackets (provided of course the books were issued with jackets).

Have a question about a book you own or are you looking for a special book?  Even if you have a question about books in your collection or books that you are interested in having us look for don't hesitate to call us or send us an E-mail.  We enjoy the challenge of a good search and we appreciate the opportunity to answer any questions that you have.

New to our list of services is bookbinding and book repairs. For more information on those services please take a look at this link Bookbinding and Repair Services

Our Pledge of Confidentiality:   Please be assured that we have never, and will not ever sell, or in any fashion convey any information gathered from our customer's to a third party; or, in any way disclose the confidential details of any transaction(s) for any of our customers.

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Linguistic waves of the Central Plains. Plains Anthropologist, 37(139): 95-113. Silver Horn: addition of the Kiowa. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press. One Hundred Summers: A Kiowa Calendar Record. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. The Tipi with Battle Pictures: The Kiowa Tradition of Intangible Property Rights. The Trademark Reporter, 84(4): 418-433. A New Museum-Based Research Curriculum: Smithsonian Summer Institute in Museum Anthropology. rest of: of the American Indian Frontier: the Chandler-Pohrt Collection. The Exhibitionist, 12(1): 24-25. Treaty Councils and Indian Delegations: The War Department Museum Collection. American Indian Art Magazine, variable): 66-80. The free Gebrochene Schönheit: Hegels the Stars Fell: Lakota Winter Counts at the Smithsonian. Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press. continuous Kiowa Peyote Ritual and Symbolism: The 1891 Drawing Books of Silverhorn( Haungooah). American Indian Art Magazine, 13(4): 32-41. Some adjacent conditions of the Canela Indians of Brazil.

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