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Ten booklets by Henry B. Carrington  

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Ten booklets and book prospectuses by Henry B. Carrington

Carrington, Henry B.

Various places


Various dates


Approx. 20x14 cm (8x5½") or smaller, wrappers or self-wrappers.


  • Colonel Carrington's official report of the Phil Kearney Massacre (Published by permission of the War Department) 8 pp. + 2 blank leaves. (1st and last leaves separated along spine). [Washington? 1867?].
  • Ab-Sa-Ra-Ka; or Wyoming Opened... (Sixth Edition of Mrs. Carrington's Narrative)...[1], [3-19 pp. Offprint of the first chapter apparently issued as a prospectus. Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1890.
  • Providence in War, or the Divine Essence of Struggle: Address... at the Village Church, Dorchester... 15 pp. 1903.
  • Marietta & Western Reserve Christian Colleges: The New England Gift to Ohio... [12] pp. Hyde Park, MA: Norfolk Press, 1911.
  • Early History of the Republican Party in Ohio 1854-5 with Supplemental Notes. 7 pp. Boston: DeWolfe, Fiske & Co., [1904].
  • Ohio Militia and the West Virginia Campaign 1861...26 pp.  Double-page map. Boston: R.H. Blodgett, 1904.
  • Battles of the American Revolution. Pp. 379-386, comprising reviews and opinions of the press, evidently an offprint. Hyde Park, MA: no date.
  • "True Independence": Introductory Address... Dedication of Camp Meigs Memorial Park... [4] pp. Hyde Park, 1904.
  • Appendix From Ab-Sa-Ra-Ka, or Wyoming Opened (Sixth Edition)... [2], 361-380 pp. (1st page lightly stained). Hyde Park, MA: 1905. 
  • The Hour: The Peril: The Duty. An Address Delivered at Columbus, Ohio, April 11th and 17th, 1861. 18pp. Reprint of original 1861 edition. (Top of spine chipped or chewed.) Boston: Edwin L. Slocumb, 1911.

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