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An Americana Sampler: Essays on Selections from the William L. Clements Library

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Collection of 18 essays highlighting collections and assets held by the Clements Library.
Hardcover, 185 pages
Published 2011 by William L. Clements Library
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Sep 21, 2011 dejah_thoris rated it it was amazing
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It doesn't seem to be too difficult for the Clements Library to keep finding unique items and collections to feature in their publications. From Hastings' essay on the fascinating Eliot Indian Bible to Longone's re-emphasis on the significance of the hunt for Malinda Russell, the latest book from the Clements Library is filled with essays telling the stories of seminal artifacts from American history. A recent exhibit is re-visited in Jones' article "Edward Clay's Life In Philadelphia" with just ...more
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Mar 17, 2014 Les Wolf rated it it was amazing
If you are interested in the Revolutionary War, the Underground Railroad, the Civil War, World War I, early cookbooks and their authors, Haiti, daguerreotypes, caricature artistry and the settling of the American West, this book is for you.
In addition to having acquired a whole new set of people, places and interests for further investigation, I am planning to visit the William C. Clements library in nearby Ann Arbor Michigan with family sometime in the near future.
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