Buffalo Historical Society, Ny, 1906 War Of 1812, Johnson's Island Plot
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Publications of the
Buffalo Historical Society
Volume IX Edited by Frank H. Severance
Buffalo Historical Society, Buffalo, New York, 1906.
Hard covers (Paper over boards with leather spine, gilt spine titles, large octavo, color endpapers, color top page edges, xiv + 537 pages, footnotes, appendices, index, maps, b&w illustrations.
Includes paper by Wm. Elliot Griffis on "Millard Fillmore and His Part in the Opening of Japan" [Millard Fillmore, incidentally, was a founder and the first president of the Buffalo Historical Society], papers on the Johnson's Island Plot, the story of Joncaire, the tale of captives at Fort Niagara, papers relating to the burning of Buffalo and to the Niagara frontier prior to and during the War of 1812, memoir of Guy H. Salisbury, memoir of Louis Stephen le Couteulx de Caumont.
CONDITION: Very Good-. (Some wear and rubbing of spine leather. Clean and intact contents. Tight binding.)
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