Memoirs of William and Nathan Hunt Taken Chiefly from Their Journals and Letters

By: Hunt, William and Nathan Hunt

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Brown cloth with faded gilt lettering on spine. Light edge wear with bumped corners and some damage to spine head and heel. Square with a secure binding . Overall a very good and solid copy. Some interior toning. ; 16mo 6" - 7" tall; 159, 160 pages; Two volumes, published as one. Memoirs of both father, William, and son, Nathan, Quaker ministers in central North Carolina (Greensboro area) who travelled extensively as itinerent ministers. The memoir were put together from their miscellaneous writings. Nathan Hunt was involved in the transformation of New garden Boarding School into Guilford College.

Title: Memoirs of William and Nathan Hunt Taken Chiefly from Their Journals and Letters

Author Name: Hunt, William and Nathan Hunt

Categories: North Carolina,

Edition: First Edition; First Printing

Publisher: Philadelphia, Uriah Hunt & Son: 1858

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition: Very Good with no dust jacket

Seller ID: 10222

Keywords: Quakers Religion Travel