Bunker Hill by Samuel Adams Drake 1875 1st Edition Nichols & Hall Boston with General Israel Putnam InsertBunker Hill by Samuel Adams Drake 1875 1st Edition Nichols & Hall Boston with General Israel Putnam InsertBunker Hill by Samuel Adams Drake 1875 1st Edition Nichols & Hall Boston with General Israel Putnam InsertBunker Hill by Samuel Adams Drake 1875 1st Edition Nichols & Hall Boston with General Israel Putnam InsertBunker Hill by Samuel Adams Drake 1875 1st Edition Nichols & Hall Boston with General Israel Putnam InsertBunker Hill by Samuel Adams Drake 1875 1st Edition Nichols & Hall Boston with General Israel Putnam InsertBunker Hill by Samuel Adams Drake 1875 1st Edition Nichols & Hall Boston with General Israel Putnam InsertBunker Hill by Samuel Adams Drake 1875 1st Edition Nichols & Hall Boston with General Israel Putnam InsertBunker Hill by Samuel Adams Drake 1875 1st Edition Nichols & Hall Boston with General Israel Putnam Insert

Here is a great book about one of the early battles in the Revolutionary War between Britain and the US Colonies for your buying consideration. Would make a great gift for a special occasion, or keep it for yourself.

Bunker Hill was written by Samuel Adams Drake. Issued in 1875. The publisher was Nichols & Hall of Boston and the printer was John Wilson & Son of Cambridge.

Great book that was issued for the centennial of this early battle of the Revolutionary War in Boston, MA. This book appears to be a first edition from what I have researched online. Drake did write a number of books about this battle and the Revolutionary War prior to the issue year of 1875 for this book.

A unique part of this book is that it still has the soft cover insert dealing with General Israel Putnam the Commander of Bunker Hill. You will not find both the hard cover book and this insert, both written by Drake together very often. I see no tears, or torn pages in the book or the insert. All of the pages are intact. There are a couple of places at the front of the book and on the front cover of the insert where pencil markings for price or numbers have been made.. I left them as they lie. There are not other handwritten notes or markings in the rest of the book or insert that I can ascertain. There is an owner's label on the inside of the book that says Charles B. Barnes, Boston, Feb 20, 1901. Check out what I found out about the possible owner further in the listing description. No other notes anywhere in the book that I can ascertain. The cover to the insert is a little brittle and you can see where coming apart at the perimeter.

The book is 9-3/8" tall, by 6-1/8" across, by .5" wide. The pamphlet for Putnam is just a little smaller. The book is 76 pages in length. The Putnam pamphlet is 24 pages in length. Brown hardcover with gold colored gilt writing on the front cover and spine. The covers are still securely attached to the spine and the pages are still well bound together. Let us know if you have any questions or need additional pictures. Don’t be shy to make an offer, we are always open to reasonable suggestions.

Make sure that this item meets your needs and requirements before deciding to acquire it. The item can be returned, there is a 10% restocking fee to do so. So, please carefully review all the attached pictures, ask all the questions you have, come see in person or send a friend to see the item on your behalf, prior to deciding to acquire it.

We have another book dealing with the Battle of Bunker Hill that we bought at the same time. It is for sale separately in our eBay store at Listing # 11328390837. It is entitled The Centennial: Battle of Bunker Hill written by Samuel Adams Drake and also issued in 1875 which also comes with the pamphlet on General Israel Putnam that is supposed to accompany this book.

Some information about the possible previous owner of this book, Charles B. Barnes from the internet;

Charles Benjamin Barnes, Jr. (b. 1868) — also known as Charles B. Barnes — of Hingham, Plymouth County, Mass. Born in Boston, Suffolk County, Mass., November 1, 1868. Republican. Lawyer; alternate delegate to Republican National Convention from Massachusetts, 1908. Unitarian. Member, American Bar Association. Burial location unknown.
Relatives: Son of Charles Benjamin Barnes and Clara (Page) Barnes; married 1897 to Josephine Lea Low; father of Charles Benjamin Barnes, Jr. (1900-1980).

From the Boston Hemenway & Barnes LLP Law Firm Site;

By the time Charles B. Barnes joined the firm in 1893, our course was set. More than a century later, Hemenway & Barnes has never wavered from the timeless values of skill, integrity, trust, hard work and vision. Ours is still - and will always remain - a trusted Boston law firm dedicated to a single mission: The management and protection of the financial, personal, business and charitable interests of our clients.

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Great book dealing with the Bunker Hill battle of the US Revolutionary War. See item description and pics below

Bunker Hill by Samuel Adams Drake 1875 1st Edition Nichols & Hall Boston with General Israel Putnam Insert

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