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The Land of Plenty
Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 1971. Reprint. Reissue of Cantwell's best-known and most highly-regarded work, originally published in 1934; the story of a lumbermill strike in the Pacific Northwest. HANNA 601. RIDEOUT p.296. BLAKE p.251. Red cloth boards; dustjacket. Fine copy.
[Item #6904]
Price: $18.75

Black Man's Town
London: Jonathan Cape, [1953]. First Edition. Octavo (20.5cm.); original cloth in brick pictorial dust jacket, red topstain; 249pp.; illus., color pictorial map endpapers. General edge wear to jacket extremities, spine and flap folds darkened, dust-soiling most noticeable to rear jacket panel. About Very Good overall. Social, economic, and personal account...
[Item #25428]
Price: $30.00
Black Man's Town

Hill Lawyer
Garden City: Doubleday, Doran & Company, 1945. Reprint. Octavo (20.5cm.); original pictorial brown cloth, brown topstain; [6],301pp.; orange glazed pictorial endpapers. Light scuffing, else Fine, lacking jacket. Third volume of a trilogy set in the a West Virginia mountain lumber town. Preceded by River Rising! (1939) and Hill Doctor (1940). BOGER 410; HANNA 3254.
[Item #27004]
Price: $60.00

Was It Murder? The Truth About Centralia
Seattle, WA: Northwest District Defense Committee, 1922. From upper cover: "Authentic Record of the Causes Leading to, the Actual Events of, and the Trial That Followed the Armistice Day Tragedy at Centralia, Wash., Nov. 11, '19. Including Sworn Affidavits of Five Jurors Who Declare That the Convicted Men Are 'Not...
[Item #19758]
Price: $75.00
Was It Murder? The Truth About Centralia

Lumberjack Lingo
Spring Green, WI: Wisconsin House, Inc. 1969. First Edition. A dictionary of logging terms and slang phrases, begun by the author " the early 1930s as part of the logging museum at Rhinelander, Wisconsin." Includes ome 2500 entries, and a brief (1-pp) bibliography. Our favorite: "wearing a wood kimona" (meaning...
[Item #15049]
Price: $45.00
Lumberjack Lingo

"Here's Luck!"
New York: J.H. Sears & Company, [1928]. First Edition. Octavo (19.75cm.); original buckram in teal pictorial dust jacket by Julie Brown, blue topstain; [8],297pp. Very minor rubbing to jacket extremities, closed tear to top edge of upper panel not affecting text; contemporary gift inscription to front flyleaf, else Fine in...
[Item #22484]
Price: $150.00
"Here's Luck!"