New York : American Tract Society, n.d.. cover worn, inscribed, foxing, hand sewn repair on cover, tears and creases on pages. 36 pp. Printed soft cover, hand sewn binding, illustrations.Two inscriptions dated 1829 and 1830.Two women, Kitty Potter and Sally Milman, talking of what they will see on the Fourth of July. Sally uses her religious teachings to point out the wrongs that her friends and neighbors do.5 1/2" x 3 1/2
(Inventory #: 26000127)
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