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EXPEDITION TO OREGON

EXPEDITION TO OREGON

by OAKLY, OBADIAH

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New York: 1914., 1914. First edition. First Separate Printing. 8vo. Printed wrappers, 19 pp. Graff 3059 says, "The account appeared first in the Peoria Register and North-Western Gazetteer, December 14, 21, 28, 1839, and January 4, 1840. An interview with Oakly had appeared in the November 9, 1839 issue of the same. It was reprinted in the National Intelligencer, November 23, 1839, and in the Library of American History [Cincinnati, ca. 1840]." Wagner/Camp 77a says,"Obadiah Oakley joined the Peoria Party led by Thomas J. Farnham, who had resolved to travel to Oregon and settle there. The Peorians followed the Santa Fe Trail to Bent's Fort on the Arkansas River where they split into two groups. Oakley and three others stayed with Farnham and continued up the Arkansas and over the mountains to Brown's Hole on the Green River. Here they met a party returning to the East led by Paul Richardson, a former hunter for N.J. Wyeth who had spent two years in Oregon. Richardson's… Read More
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THE INDIAN TERRITORY: ITS CHIEFS, LEGISLATORS AND LEADING MEN

THE INDIAN TERRITORY: ITS CHIEFS, LEGISLATORS AND LEADING MEN

by O'BEIRNE, H. F. & E. S.

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Saint Louis: C. B. Woodward Company, 1892., 1892. First edition. First edition. 8vo. The deluxe leather binding, all edges gilt, titles and decoration stamped on the front cover in gilt, decorated front and rear endpapers, frontispiece, viii, 15 - 485 pp., preface, illustrated mostly from photographs, plates, portraits, index. Provides detailed information regarding the Muskogees, Choctaws, Chickasaws, and Cherokees. The leading towns of Vinita, Tahlequah, Claremore, Fort Gibson, Eufaula, Muskogee, Okmulgee, and Wagoner are reviewed. Leading citizens from the Indian Nations are reviewed along with their picture, Indian Nation and earthly accomplishments. Original spine has been replaced and signatures resewn by a master conservator that makes for a handsome and serviceable copy of an important book regarding the Indian Territory.
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THE WALKER AND OTHER STORIES.

THE WALKER AND OTHER STORIES.

by O'BRIAN, PATRICK.

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New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, [1955]., 1955. First edition. First edition. Published in U.K. in 1956 using the title Lying In The Sun and Other Stories. The contents differ slightly between the two books. Fine in dust jacket lightly sunned on the spine and one tiny spot on front cover. A collection of 25 short stories, most of which have natural settings, deal with outdoor activities ... hunting, fishing, swimming, walking, and have a very strong sense of physical effort ... the struggle with wild animals and with the elements.
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THE FORTUNE OF WAR.

THE FORTUNE OF WAR.

by O'BRIAN, PATRICK.

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London: Collins, 1979., 1979. First edition. First edition. Fine in dust jacket. Jack Aubrey and Stephen Maturin take passage for England in a despatch vessel, but the War of 1812 breaks out while they are enroute and the two men find themselves imprisoned in Boston. Stephen's espionage skills are crucial in allowing them to engineer an exit and find a way back home.
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BLUE AT THE MIZZEN.

BLUE AT THE MIZZEN.

by O'BRIAN, PATRICK.

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[London]: HarperCollins Publishers, [1999]., 1999. First edition. First edition. Fine in dust jacket. Jack Aubrey is for once neither financially embarrassed nor under a professional cloud. He has finally reached the top of the Captain's list, but the odds of his being promoted are slim. His zest for life is not what it once was. On the other hand, Stephen Maturin, who is recovering from the loss of his wife, still is able to find passion for life. Both men find themselves setting sail to Chile in their twentieth adventure, where Maturin's expertise in intelligence work is indispensable!
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MEN-OF-WAR.

MEN-OF-WAR.

by O'BRIAN, PATRICK.

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London: Collins, [1974]., 1974. First edition. First edition. Former owner's name on front paste-down sheet partially covered by the flap, else fine in colorful dust jacket lightly browned at the extremities. O'Brian's first book for young readers and his first non-fiction book. Tells in fascinating detail about the ships, their armament, the men who sailed them, what their life was like on-board, what they ate, what they wore, and how they found themselves at sea in the first place! Profusely illustrated.
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ASSASSINS' RAGE.

ASSASSINS' RAGE.

by O'BRIEN, CHARLES.

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[Surrey]: Severn House, [2008]., 2008. First edition. First world edition. The latest in the acclaimed French Revolution series. July 1789: Anne Cartier observes a mob storming the Bastille, the royal fortress in the heart of Paris. As the city revolts, the king's authority vanishes. When several royal officers are assassinated, Anne's husband, Colonel Paul de Saint-Martin, is called upon to investigate.
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1908 MODEL H STUDEBAKER ROADSTER STOLEN! PICTORIAL BROADSIDE

1908 MODEL H STUDEBAKER ROADSTER STOLEN! PICTORIAL BROADSIDE

by O'BRIEN, P. D. [CAPTAIN COMMANDING DETECTIVE BUREAU]

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Chicago: Kirchner, Meckel & Co., Printers, 1908., 1908. First edition. First edition. 11" x 8 1/2" printed pictorial broadside. Issued by the City of Chicago, Detective Bureau of the Department of Police on December 8, 1908. Description: "Studebaker roadster, 1908 Model H, apple-green color with fine yellow stripe; Garford 4-cylinder, 30-horsepower engine; imported Simms - Bosch low tension magneto; progressive type transmission; shaft drive; black top; seats two in the rear, may remove rear seats; front axle I beam section with ball bearings; semi-elliptic springs, front and rear; spoke in left wheel broken; factory No. 1377 on left hind side of seat, and also on front of the engine; Illinois license No. 4918; green leather upholstering; carbide generator; brass bumper; Stewart speedometer; three Goodrich and one Diamond 34 x 4 Clincher tires, two rear have Bailey tread, front tires wrapped tread; Rushmore headlights." "The above machine was stolen in this city on… Read More
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10-7/8" x 13-1/2 PHOTOGRAPH OF GEORGE O'BRIEN

10-7/8" x 13-1/2 PHOTOGRAPH OF GEORGE O'BRIEN

by O'BRIEN, GEORGE

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N.P.: 1971., 1971. First edition. Inscribed, "To, Best Wishes, George O'Brien, 1971." O'Brien starred in The Iron Horse, directed by John Ford in 1924. He was a major star and the only western movie star to appear in three wars; World War I, World War II, and the Korean Conflict. While away in WWII, a young star, Jack Holt, took over in some of the leading roles usually held by O'Brien. The three wars were instrumental in interrupting his film career. Photography lightly worn and reinforced on the reverse side. Scarce.
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JACQUOT AND THE ANGEL.

JACQUOT AND THE ANGEL.

by O'BRIEN, MARTIN.

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[London]: Headline, [2005]., 2005. First edition. First edition. Signed by the author. Fine in dust jacket. In WWII, four Resistance fighters are executed by the Gestapo in France's Occupied Southern Zone. More than fifty years later, a wealthy German family, resident in Provence, is brutally murdered. When a local gardener is arrested and charged, Daniel Jacquot of the Cavaillon Regional Crime Squad is convinced they have the wrong man. Four hundred miles away, in Alsace, Marie-Ange Buhl knows it for certain. She is a psychic and has "helped" the police before. She comes to Provence and begins to investigate with Jacquot, and together they uncover a secret that goes back more than half a century, a story of love and betrayal, hatred and blackmail in which his own family had a tragic part to play.
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CRAMBO.

CRAMBO.

by O'BRINE, MANNING.

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London: Michael Joseph, [1970]., 1970. First edition. First edition. Fine in dust jacket with light wear to head of spine and one tiny closed tear to bottom edge of front panel. A Russian KGB agent, along with his family, decides to defect to the West. The British agent in charge of the operation is Crambo. But Crambo is a double agent and the defection causes him quite a problem. Where do his loyalties lie? Recommended.
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MALLORY.

MALLORY.

by O'CONNELL, CAROL.

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[New York]: The Mysterious Bookshop, [2007]., 2007. First edition. First edition. One of one hundred copies issued in cloth, limited and signed by the author. This is copy 80. As new in blue cloth with gold stamping on front cover and spine. Mysterious Profile #11
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CRYIN' FOR DAYLIGHT. A RANCHING CULTURE IN THE TEXAS COASTAL BEND.

CRYIN' FOR DAYLIGHT. A RANCHING CULTURE IN THE TEXAS COASTAL BEND.

by O'CONNOR, LOUISE S.

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Austin: Wexford Publishing, [1989]., 1989. First edition. First edition. Tall quarto. Presentation Edition. Inked gift inscription from the author, signed & dated on the front free fly leaf .Decorated full leather, xiii + [3], 298 pp., map, illustrated, including many photographs in black & white and in color. The author, from a ranching family, chronicles the daily experiences of the Anglo, Mexican-American, and African-American cowboy in the Goliad-Refugio-Victoria counties area. The book includes not only the reminiscences of men and women who have lived on the ranches, but also the histories of 22 separate ranches in the Coastal Bend area written by members of the families who still operate them. Ms. O'Conner, a gifted photographer, uses a combination of her own talents and numerous vintage photographs to present an outstanding visual record of working ranch people. Author had this special edition made for presenting to those ranches who contributed their time and photographs to the… Read More
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CRYIN' FOR DAYLIGHT. A RANCHING CULTURE IN THE TEXAS COASTAL BEND.

CRYIN' FOR DAYLIGHT. A RANCHING CULTURE IN THE TEXAS COASTAL BEND.

by O'CONNOR, LOUISE S.

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Austin: Wexford Publishing, [1989]., 1989. First edition. First edition. Tall quarto. Inked gift inscription from the author, signed & dated on the front free fly leaf .Decorated green cloth, xii + [1], 289 pp., map, illustrated, including many photographs in black & white and in color. The author, from a ranching family, chronicles the daily experiences of the Anglo, Mexican-American, and African-American cowboy in the Goliad-Refugio-Victoria counties area. The book includes not only the reminiscences of men and women who have lived on the ranches, but also the histories of 22 separate ranches in the Coastal Bend area written by members of the families who still operate them. Ms. O'Conner, a gifted photographer, uses a combination of her own talents and numerous vintage photographs to present an outstanding visual record of working ranch people. An extremely handsome volume, this is a worthy addition to any range-life library. Fine in dust jacket lightly rubbed at spine ends.
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THE YEARE'S MIDNIGHT.

THE YEARE'S MIDNIGHT.

by O'CONNOR, ED.

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London: Constable, [2002]., 2002. First edition. First edition. Signed. Fine in dust jacket. "An international sports star is found murdered --- her face mutilated in a bizarre, ritualistic manner. What is the significance of the poetic text the killer has left at the crime scene? Why did he surgically remove the victim's left eye? And can a Cambridge lecturer help the police reconstruct the killer's fantasy in time to save her own life?"
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ACID LULLABY.

ACID LULLABY.

by O'CONNOR,ED.

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London: Constable, [2003]., 2003. First edition. First edition. Signed. Fine in fine dust jacket. City trader Max Fallon is a successful sexual predator until someone spikes his drink with LSD. He endures a frightening psychological episode. Trapped between memory and delusion, he believes himself to be the reincarnation of a Hindu God. At the same time the murder of a drug dealer in Cambridgeshire is the beginning of a different ordeal for Insp. Alison Dexter. Her former boss, John Underwood, returns to New Bolden CID after medical leave to hear that Jack Harvey, the police psychiatrist who saved his sanity, has been brutally murdered.
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THE MURDER OF MURIEL LAKE

THE MURDER OF MURIEL LAKE

by OCORK, SHANNON

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Toronto: Worldwide, [1990]., 1990. First edition. First edition. Paperback original. Muriel Lake, queen of the dime-store mystery novel, announces her impending divorce from a fellow detective writer at the Writers of Mystery convention. A few hours later, her body is discovered crushed under an avalanche of books. Fine bright copy.
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THE CALIFORNIA SEA OTTER TRADE 1784-1848

by ODEN, ADELE

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Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1941., 1941. First edition. First edition. Stiff Printed Wrappers. v-xi, 251pp. Color frontispiece and 2 additional plates. University of California Publications in History, Volume 26. Preface. Appendix. Notes. Bibliography. Index. An important study on the contribution of the sea otter fur trade to the economy of Spanish, Mexican, and Russian California. A classic study, and quite scarce. Sun-tanning to spine, as well as top and fore-edges, else near Fine.
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NINE LIVES ARE NOT ENOUGH.

NINE LIVES ARE NOT ENOUGH.

by ODLUM, JEROME.

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New York: Sheridan House Publishers, [1940]., [1940]. First edition. First edition. Fine in dust jacket with light wear to the spine ends and corners. Johnny O'Sullivan works for the Daily News and one night he's on patrol with his police friends and they find the body of millionaire, Edward Abbott in a cheap boarding house. It could be suicide or murder and Johnny goes with murder, but the inquest goes with suicide. So Johnny is out of a job but he still has the photograph and goes with his hunches, which puts him in the middle of more murders. Filmed as NINE LIVES ARE NOT ENOUGH in 1941 by Warner Brothers with Ronald Reagan as Johnny, and also starring Joan Perry, James Gleason, Faye Emerson, and Howard da Silva. The author wrote six mystery novels and three were made into movies. He was born in Minneapolis in 1905 and died in Hollywood in 1954. He also served time in prisons for bad checks and forgery.
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THE MORGUE IS ALWAYS OPEN.

THE MORGUE IS ALWAYS OPEN.

by ODLUM, JEROME.

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New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1944., 1944. First edition. First edition. Near fine in dust jacket with light restoration to lower portion of front panel. Catalogue of Crime 2590 says "..... this is Odlum's penultimate tale. A pair of private eyes, Jimmy Webb and Sam Booker, get fooled into investigating the disappearance of a wife, beautiful and clever, who has married any number of men and in various ways got money out of them. Three people are killed in quick succession and Sam is made to seem the killer." Filmed as A SCREAM IN THE DARK in 1943 by Republic Pictures with George Sherman as Director and Anthony Coldeway and Gerald Schnitzer as screenwriters. The author wrote six mystery novels and three were made into movies. He was born in Minneapolis in 1905 and died in Hollywood in 1954. He also served time in prisons for bad checks and forgery.
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