London Booksellers and American Customers

London Booksellers and American Customers

Roll over image to zoom

Sold by BMV by SHOP.COM Marketplace

$59.95
Sale $54.99

$1.10 Cashback


Sold by BMV by SHOP.COM Marketplace

Notify when the price is less than or equal to:

Price entered must be less than the current product price and greater than zero.

Your email address:

You already have an active alert for this item.

This product has been saved

London Booksellers and American Customers

Sale $54.99

$1.10  Cashback  

We've successfully added your item!


This item has been added to

This item has been added to

Thanks! We'll email you if the price drops to your target price or lower. The alert will be in effect for 60 days.


To extend this price watch, create additional price watches, or to otherwise manage your alerts, please follow the instructions contained in the email that has been sent to the address you provided.

We've successfully added your egift!

This item has been added to

This item has been added to

This item has been added to



Product Information

Product Information

London Booksellers and American Customers

The basis for the research presented here is the letter book of the Charleston Library Society containing both sides of the correspondence involved in ordering books from London in the 18th and early 19th centuries. The result is a fascinating history, supported throughout by excerpts from the letters, chronicling the mishaps of shipping overseas, the various types of books ordered, the details of financing, the 18th-century scientific community, and a detailed discussion of the Charleston Library Society. Raven teaches social and cultural history at Oxford U., UK. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

General

9781570034060

Non-Fiction

Univ of South Carolina Pr

522

$59.95

Raven, James

04/01/2002

In Print

Hardcover

English

Height: 9.25 Inches (US) Width: 6.25 Inches (US) Thickness: 1.5 Inches (US) Unit Weight: 1.95 Pounds (US)

The Carolina Lowcountry and the Atlantic World