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THE ARMED SHIP AMERICA or When We Sailed From Salem

OTIS, James

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Boston: Dana Estes & Company, 1900. Small 8vo. Printed red cloth. Very good. Titles to spine rubbed, just barely legible. Trace soil to boards. Crack in binding at half title, but remains sound overall. One loose illustration near end. 150pp. (Item ID: 20719)

Fictional children's tale of the purported 1820s ship "America" from Salem, Massachusetts, which the author claims to have assembled through manuscripts.



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