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The American Bookseller

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ISBN : NYPL:33433000084602
Genre : American literature
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Category: American literature

American Bookseller

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ISBN : MINN:31951000568997X
Genre : Booksellers and bookselling
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Category: Booksellers and bookselling

The American Bookseller

Author : Am Book Trade Association
ISBN : 1340574101
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Spiritualism In The American Civil War

Author : R. Gregory Lande
ISBN : 9781476682235
Genre : History
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America's Civil War took a dreadful toll on human lives, and the emotional repercussions were exacerbated by tales of battlefield atrocities, improper burials and by the lack of news that many received about the fate of their loved ones. Amidst widespread religious doubt and social skepticism, spiritualism--the belief that the spirits of the dead existed and could communicate with the living--filled a psychological void by providing a pathway towards closure during a time of mourning, and by promising an eternal reunion in the afterlife regardless of earthly sins. Primary research, including 55 months of the weekly spiritual newspaper, The Banner of Light and records of hundreds of soldiers' and family members' spirit messages, reveals unique insights into battlefield deaths, the transition to spirit life, and the motivations prompting ethereal communications. This book focuses extensively on spiritualism's religious, political, and commercial activities during the war years, as well as the controversies surrounding the faith, strengthening the connection between ante- and postbellum studies of spiritualism.
Category: History

Rebel Bookseller

Author : Andrew Laties
ISBN : 9781609803377
Genre : Business & Economics
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The revival of independent bookselling has already begun and is one of the amazing stories of our times. Bookseller Andy Laties wrote the first edition of Rebel Bookseller six years ago, hoping it would spark a movement. Now, with this second edition, Laties’s book can be a rallying cry for everyone who wants to better understand how the rise of the big bookstore chains led irrevocably to their decline, and how even in the face of electronic readers from three of America’s largest and most successful companies—Apple, Amazon, and Google—the movement to support locally owned independent stores, especially bookstores, is on the rise. From the mid-1980s to the present, Andy Laties has been an independent bookseller, starting out in Chicago, teaching along the way at the American Booksellers Association, and finally running the bookshop at the Eric Carle Museum in Amherst, Massachusetts. His innovations were adapted by Barnes & Noble, Zany Brainy, and scores of independent stores. In Rebel Bookseller, Laties tells how he got started, how he kept going, and why he believes independent bookselling has a great future. He alternates his narrative with short anecdotes, interludes between the chapters that give his credo as a bookseller. Along the way, he explains the growth of the chains, and throws in a treasure trove of tips for anyone who is considering opening up a bookstore. Rebel Bookseller is a must read for those in the book biz, a testament to the ingeniousness of one man man’s story of making a life out of his passionate commitment to books and bookselling.
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American State Papers

Author : United States. Congress
ISBN : UCBK:C041550156
Genre : Archives
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Notions Of The Americans

Author : James Fenimore Cooper
ISBN : UVA:X004615982
Genre : United States
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The Bookseller

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ISBN : UCAL:B3312327
Genre : Bibliography
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London Booksellers And American Customers

Author : James Raven
ISBN : 1570034060
Genre : History
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In 1994, James Raven encountered a letterbook from the Charleston Library Society detailing the ordering, processing, and shipping of texts from London booksellers to their American customers. The 120 letters, covering the period 1758-1811, provided unique material for understanding the business of London booksellers (for whom very little correspondence has survived) and Raven decided to publish an annotated edition of the letters. The letterbook, reproduced in its entirety, forms an appendix to the present volume, but Raven's study has blossomed from a relatively narrow examination of booksellers and their customers to a larger exploration of the role of books and institutions such as the Library Society in the formation of elite cultural identity on the fringes of empire. As a result, this meticulously researched book has much to offer scholars of gentry culture and community in the eighteenth-century British Atlantic world as well as historians of the book--Publisher's Description.
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Responsibilities Of The American Book Community

Author : John Young Cole
ISBN : UCAL:B4194716
Genre : Booksellers and bookselling
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The responsibilities of publishers and booksellers are discussed in this book, which is divided into three parts. Part I sketches the remarks of the principal speakers at the invitational colloquium on the "Private and Public Responsibilities of the American Publisher" held on April 4 and 5, 1979, and includes the papers of two of these speakers: "On Having Responsibilities and Being Responsible" by Erwin A. Glikes and "The Private and Public Responsibilities of the American Publisher" by Lewis A. Coser. Part II contains a report, by Hugh Seidman, of the January 30, l980, symposium sponsored by the American Center of PEN (Poets, Playwrights, Editors, Essayists, and Novelists) International and the Arthur Garfield Hayes Center for Civil Liberties of New York University, as well as selected statements made at the March l3, l980, hearings before the Senate Subcommittee on Antitrust, Monopoly, and Business Rights of the Committee on the Judiciary. Part III summarizes the April 25, 1980, seminar on "The Co-Responsibilities of American Publishers and Booksellers" and includes the four papers commissioned for the seminar: "Publishers and Booksellers: The Perennial Odd Couple" by John Tebbel, "American Publishers and Booksellers: A Personal Perspective" by Carl A. Kroch, "The Responsibilities of Publishers to Booksellers" by George A. Brockway, and "Inflation: A Dilemma for All Book Industry Participants" by E. Wayne Nordberg. (EL).
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Bookseller

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ISBN : UOM:39015036930025
Genre : Bibliography
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Vols. for 1871-76, 1913-14 include an extra number, The Christmas bookseller, separately paged and not included in the consecutive numbering of the regular series.
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Women The American West

Author : Elaine Katz (Bookseller)
ISBN : OCLC:19244288
Genre : American prose literature
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Category: American prose literature