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    Sidney Lanier; etc. Group of Nine Books on Exploring Florida in the 19th Century. Various places: Various publishers, 1876-1889. "Rambler." Guide to Florida. New York: American News Co., 1876. 16mo. 88, 34 (publisher's ads), [8, East Coast steamship ad with fold-out map] pages. Illustrated. Publisher's cobalt cloth stamped in gilt and blind.
    [Together with]: Sidney Lanier. Florida. Its Scenery, Climate, and History. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1876. 12mo. 336, ix (ads) pages. Illustrated. Publisher's terra cotta cloth stamped in black and gilt.
    [And]: Another copy. Philadelphia: J. B. Lippincott & Co., 1876. 12mo. 336, ix (ads) pages. Illustrated. Publisher's terra cotta cloth stamped in black and gilt.
    [And]: George M. Barbour. Florida for Tourists, Invalids, and Settlers. Containing practical information... New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1882. 12mo. 310, [12, ads] pages. Illustrated, lacking map. Publisher's maroon cloth stamped in gilt and black.
    [And]: Another copy. New York: D. Appleton & Co., 1882. 12mo. 310, [12, ads] pages. Illustrated, including fold-out map. Publisher's teal cloth stamped in black and gilt.
    [And]: Kirk Munroe. Wakulla. A story of adventure in Florida. New York: Harper & Bros., 1886. 12mo. 255, [8, ads] pages. Illustrated. Publisher's pictorial dark olive cloth stamped in yellow, black, red, and pink.
    [And]: W. H. G. Kingston. In the Wilds of Florida. A tale of warfare and hunting. London: T. Nelson & Sons, 1880. Octavo. 461 pages. Illustrated. Publisher's pictorial green cloth stamped in gilt and black.
    [And]: St. George Rathborne. Paddling in Florida. Or, the canoe cruisers of the Gulf. Young Cruisers Series. New York: G. W. Dillingham Pub., 1889. 12mo. 264, [4, ads] pages. Illustrated. Publisher's pictorial brown cloth stamped in gilt and black.
    [And]: Margaret Deland. Florida Days. Boston: Little, Brown & Co., 1889. Octavo. 200 pages. Illustrated by Louis K. Harlow. Publisher's pictorial sage green cloth backed in light brown cloth and stamped in gilt, light brown, and maroon.
    Corners bumped, minor to moderate edgewear, head and foot of spines pushed and somewhat worn, somewhat rubbed. Somewhat foxed and thumbsoiled, text blocked toned, some copies with ink ownership and bookseller's tickets. Very good. From the A. D. Andrews Collection of Southern and Natural History


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