USA, Department of History of Indiana University: 1936
Edition: First Edition
Seller ID: 845g0693
Pages 1-90. Features: The Growing Concept of Social Responsibility Illustrated by a Study of the State's Care of the Insane in Indiana; Indiana's Second State Fair; The Need of a Printer in Indiana Territory; The Monticello Circuit of the Methodist Church - A Hundred Years of Methodist Progress; The Unique Little Town of New Harmony; Lincoln's Visit to Terre Haute; Values in the Study of Current Events; Lincoln and Ann Rutledge - Letter of R.J. Onstott; Views of Elisha Embree, 1835; The New States and Territories - Newburyport Herald, April 3, 1855; and more. Clean and unmarked with moderate... View More...