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1Title:  Diary of an overland journey to California, 1849-1850   
 Creator:  Davis, Sarah Green. 
 Notes:  Sarah Davis's diary records her 1850 trip across the plains with her husband. Entries describe the scenery and trail conditions. Several pages of notes by her husband at the front of the diary indicate he had traveled to California once before in 1849. The journal is accompanied by three photographs of Sarah Davis. The journal is difficult to read due to the faint pencil lead and the handwriting. 
 Extent:  133 
 Subjects:  Davis, Sarah Green | Overland journeys to the Pacific | West (U.S.) -- Description and travel | Diaries United States | Overland journeys to the Pacific 1849 | Overland journeys to the Pacific 1850

Collection:  Yale University 
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2Title:  A complete genealogy of the descendants of the sons of Michael and Sarah (Green) Briggs: of Otsego County, New York State from March 29, 1782, to January 1, 1931, including a complete record between these dates of the male and female descedants, of the two families whose father or mother, or both, was a Briggs   
 Creator:  Briggs, Orlo Gardner, 1861-1930 
 Publication:  Lucy A. Briggs, Sugar River Printing Co.), Milwaukee?, 1931?] 
 Extent:  49 p. ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Briggs family | Briggs, Michael, -- 1751-1823 | Briggs, Sarah Green

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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3Title:  Historical address of Lyman G. Gould: delivered at the family reunion of the late Capt. David and Sarah Green Gould, of Heath, held at Shelburne Aug. 2, 1899. Together with the family records of the children and grandchildren of the deceased   
 Creator:  Gould, Lyman G. 
 Publication:  n.p, 1899] 
 Notes:  Cover-title 
 Extent:  16 p. : port. ; 21 cm 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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4Title:  Court intrigue, or, The victim of constancy: an historical romance   
 Creator:  Green, Sarah, approximately 1763-approximately 1825 | Wakefield, Priscilla, 1751-1832 | Burnett, George, -1803 | Porter, William, 1757-1841 | Folingsby, George | Moore, Peter, active 1795-1800 | Collection of British and American Fiction, 1660-1830 (University of Pennsylvania) 
 Publication:  Printed for G. Burnett, W. Porter, G. Folingsby, and P. Moore, Dublin, 1800. 
 Notes:  Actually written by Sarah Green. Originally published: London : Printed at the Minerva-Press, for William Lane, Leadenhall-Street, 1799. Cf. Loeber and Loeber, A guide to Irish fiction 1650-1900, G-106. Signatures: A-M¹² (leaves M11 and M12 blanks). 
 Extent:  283, [5] p. ; 18 cm (12mo) 
 Subjects:  CHR 1800 | PRO Cooke, R. D. (stamp) (Singer-Mendenhall copy)

Collection:  University of Pennsylvania 
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5Title:  A Most unaccountable relation of one Miss Sarah Green, a widow, living at Beesly, in the county of Worcester: Who following the wicked practice of witchcraft for some time, did at last sell herself, soul and body, to the Devil for fourteen years, and when the time was near expired, she being very sad, sent for her two children and some ministers, and discovered the matter at large, desiring their prayers and good endeavours for the recovery of her soul, which was performed accordingly, though to no purpose; for upon the last day of the term, about midnight, April ye 14th, 1747, she was suddenly struck dead by an infernal spirit in the shape of a bear, to the terror and astonishment of all then present. : With the heads of a sermon suitable on this occasion   
 Publication:  s.n.], United States?, Printed in the year M.DCC.LXII. [1762] 
 Notes:  "We whose names are hereafter mention'd do testifie this relation to be true ... Sir John Aldridge, Bart. Sir George Scroope, Bart. Richard Bilson, Esq; John Feet, Esq;"--p. 4. 
 Extent:  8 p. ; 20 cm. (8vo) 
 Subjects:  Green, Sarah | Witchcraft -- England

Collection:  Library Company 
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6Title:  Frontier women microfilm set, 1849-1913   
 Notes:  Women's diaries, correspondence, and related papers. Written by women who were early settlers in California, Colorado, Idaho, Oregon, and Washington. Includes accounts of the westward journey and of life on the frontier. Includes: Mary Burrell's Book (WA MSS 58), Julia R. Collins Letters (WA MSS S-1268), Sarah Green Davis: Diary of an Overland Journey to California (WA MSS S-1320 D298), Lucy H. Fosdick: Across the Plains in '61 (WA MSS S-1410 F786), Celinda E. Hines: Overland Journey (WA MSS 424), Maria R. Hodgdon: Journal of a Voyage from Boston to San Francisco (WA MSS S-1425), Jennie T. Kimball: Diary of a Trip to California (WA MSS S-1683), Almira Markell Papers (WA MSS S-1660), Martha Missouri Bishop Moore: Journal of a Trip to California (WA MSS S-1438), Mary Rockwood Powers: The Overland Route, Leaves from the Journal of a California Emigrant (WA MSS 387), Louisa Cook Walters Papers (WA MSS S-1656), and Lillie I. Wells: My Journey to California (WA MSS S-1669 W4621). 
 Extent:  1 reel. 
 Subjects:  Burrell, Mary, -- 1835- | Collins, Julia R., -- 1864- | Davis, Sarah Green | Fosdick, Lucy H | Hines, Celinda E | Hodgdon, Maria R | Kimball, Jennie T | Markell, Almira | Moore, Martha Missouri Bishop, -- 1837-1858 | Powers, Mary Rockwood, -- -1858 | Walters, Louisa Cook, -- d. 1865 | Wells, Lillie I | Frontier and pioneer life -- West (U.S.) | Overland journeys to the Pacific | Voyages to the Pacific coast | Women pioneers -- West (U.S.) | Overland journeys to the Pacific 1849-1913

Collection:  Yale University 
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7Title:  Mental improvement for a young lady, on her entrance into the world: addressed to a favourite niece   
 Creator:  Green, Sarah, approximately 1763-approximately 1825 
 Publication:  Printed for William Lane, at the Minerva-Press, Leadenhall-Street, London [England], M,DCC,XCIV. [1794,i.e. 1793] 
 Notes:  Caption title and running title: Mental improvement. Anonymous. By Sarah Green. The Critical review on this is for December 1793. Text and register are continuous despite pagination. Signatures: A-M⁶ (vertical chain lines). Not in Blakey; p.163 for the 1793 edition notes two reviews: March 1793 and December 1793 Publisher's advertisements, [3] p. at end, warn: As spurious copies are in circulation of these books, the public are requested to be particular to have the editions printed at the Minerva-Press, Leadenhall-Street, London. 
 Extent:  xiv, 22, 37-72, 109-177, [3]., [1] leaf of plates : ill. ; 13 cm (12mo) 
 Subjects:  Young women -- Conduct of life | Women former owners | Women writers | Women

Collection:  Library Company 
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8Title:  York through the eyes of the artist   
 Creator:  Murray, HughM.A | Riddick, Sarah. | Green, RichardM.A | York City Art Gallery 
 Publication:  York City Art Gallery, York, c1990. 
 Notes:  Published to accompany an exhibition at the York City Art Gallery, York, 4 Aug.-30 Sept. 1990. "City of York leisure services." Includes index. Bibliography: p. 162. 
 Extent:  174 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  York (England) in art -- Exhibitions

Collection:  Yale University 
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9Title:  The moon is made of green cheese   
 Creator:  Comstock, Sarah 
 Publication:  Doubleday, Doran & company, Inc, Garden City, NY, 1929 
 Notes:  "First edition." 
 Extent:  4 p.l., 310 p. ; 20 cm 
Collection:  Huntington Library 
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10Title:  The Illustrated phrenological almanac for 1851   
 Creator:  Fowler, L. N. (Lorenzo Niles), 1811-1896 
 Publication:  Fowlers and Wells, publishers. Clinton Hall, No. 131 Nassau Street. Baner & Palmer, stereotypers, New York [N.Y.], [1850] 
 Notes:  At head of title: Forty-eight pages. Price 6 1/4 cents. The engravings on p. 21 and 28 are signed "Howlands sc." That on p. 25 is signed "Howland sc." That on p. 31 is signed "Howland." Among the phrenological assessments and portraits is Sarah Kinson, or Margru, p. 30. Two states noted. Page [48] of state 1 contains an advertisement of The American phrenological journal. Page [48] of state 2 contains an advertisement of The Water-cure journal. Pages [15-18] of each state contain a publisher's catalog by Fowlers and Wells. 
 Extent:  46, [2] p. : ill., ports. ; 20 cm. 
 Subjects:  African American women | Green, Sarah Margru Kinson, -- -1858 | Green, Sarah Margru Kinson, -- -1858 -- Portraits | Phrenology | Almanacs 1851 | Publishers' advertisements New York (State) New York 1850 | Publishers' catalogs New York (State) New York 1850 | Relief prints | Women | Afro-Americana

Collection:  Library Company 
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11Title:  A letter to the publisher of Brothers's prophecies   
 Creator:  Green, Sarah, fl. 1790-1824 
 Publication:  G. Riebau, London, 1795. 
 Extent:  8 p. 21 cm. 
 Subjects:  Brit Tracts 1795 | Brothers, Richard, -- 1757-1824

Collection:  Yale University 
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12Title:  The Mrs. Henry Walters collection: Public sale. Art property, April 23 to ... May ... 3 ... Literary property, April 23 ... [to] 25   
 Creator:  Walters, Sarah Wharton Green. 
 Publication:  Parke-Bernet galleries, inc, New York, [1941] 
 Extent:  [17] p. front., illus., plates. 25 cm. 
 Subjects:  Art objects -- Private collections | Rare books

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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13Title:  Tatum narrative, 1626-1925   
 Creator:  Tatum, Richard P. (Richard Parry), 1859-1925 | Tatum, Sarah English Green 
 Publication:  Philadelphia, 1925. 
 Notes:  The author died April 8, 1925, and his wife published the work in October, 1926. 
 Extent:  110 p. front., plates, ports., fold. geneal. tab. 25 cm. 
 Subjects:  Tatum family

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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14Title:  Good men of modern date: a satirical tale   
 Creator:  Green, Sarah. 
 Publication:  Moses Thomas, Philadelphia [Pa.], 1813 
 Extent:  2 v. (12mo) cm. 
Collection:  Library Company 
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15Title:  Good men of modern date: a satirical tale   
 Creator:  Green, Sarah. 
 Publication:  Moses Thomas, Philadelphia [Pa.], 1813 
 Extent:  2 v. (12mo) cm. 
Collection:  Library Company 
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16Title:  The compositions of Miss Sarah R. Green, of Ashby, Mass: some of which were written while in perfect health, only a few months before her death, which occurred Dec. 12, 1852   
 Creator:  Green, Sarah R., d. 1852 
 Publication:  Printed at the Sentinel Office, Fitchburg [Mass.], 1854.. 
 Notes:  In printed wrappers. 
 Extent:  12 p. ; 22 cm. 
 Subjects:  Women writers | Women

Collection:  Library Company 
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17Title:  The African captives: Trial of the prisoners of the Amistad on the writ of habeas corpus, before the Circuit Court of the United States, for the district of Connecticut, at Hartford; Judges Thompson and Judson. September term, 1839   
 Creator:  Bennett, Maria, -1857 | Charlotte, d. 1847 | Green, Sarah Margru Kinson, d. 1858 | Gedney, Thomas R., d. 1857 | Montez, Pedro. | United States Circuit Court (2nd Circuit) | American Anti-Slavery Society 
 Publication:  Published and for sale at 143 Nassau Street, New York, 1839. 
 Notes:  Hearing on the right of the District Court to hold Teme [Maria Bennett], Ka-gue [Charlotte], and Margui [Sarah Margru Kinson Green], three African girls found on a Spanish schooner and claimed as property by Lt. Thomas R. Gedney and Pedro Montez. Running title: Case of the Africans. 143 Nassau Street was the address of the American Anti-Slavery Society. Printed in two columns. Last page blank. Not in Checklist Amer. imprints. "Case of the Africans. Circuit Court of the United States: District of Connecticut. Hon. Smith Thompson, circuit judge. Hon. Andrew T. Judson, district judge."--p. [7]-47. 
 Extent:  vi, [1], 8-47, [1] p., [1] folded leaf of plates : 1 ill. ; 24 cm. 
 Subjects:  Montez, Pedro -- Claims vs. United States | Amistad (Schooner) | United States. -- District Court (Connecticut) | Salvage | Habeas corpus | Slave trade -- Cuba | Slavery -- United States -- Legal status of slaves in free states | Amer tracts 1839 | Beman, C. T. Autograph

Collection:  Yale University 
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18Title:  The Atlantic souvenir: a Christmas and New Year's offering. 1829   
 Publication:  Carey, Lea & Carey, Philadelphia, [1828] 
 Notes:  Added engraved title page. Plates engraved by Durand, Ellis, Humphrys, Longacre, and Kearny, after illustrations by Mason, Inman, Durand, Newton, Ender, Rubens, Farrier, Boaden, Sheffer, and Corbould. Copyright Aug. 27, 1828, by Carey, Lea & Carey. "Skerrett--Ninth Street, Philadelphia."--T.p. verso. 
 Extent:  [3], vi-ix, [3], 360 p., [12] leaves of plates : ill. ; 15 cm 
 Subjects:  Gift books | Slipcases (Binding) | Leather bindings (Binding) | Gold tooled bindings (Binding) | Gold blocked bindings (Binding) | Printed boards (Binding) | Women | Women former owners | Women writers

Collection:  Library Company 
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19Title:  Four centuries of French literature: mainly in superb bindings, by old and modern masters, illuminated manuscripts, incunabula, drawings, miniatures, Americana and other choice items   
 Creator:  Walters, Sarah Wharton Green Jones, d. 1943 | Parke-Bernet Galleries 
 Publication:  Parke-Bernet galleries, inc, New York, 1941. 
 Notes:  On cover: "Rare books; collection of Mrs. Henry Walters. "sale number 278." Conditions of sale: 3d prelim. leaf. 1265 titles, annotated. 
 Extent:  2 p. l., 299, [1] p. illus. (incl. facsims.) 29 cm. 
Collection:  Johns Hopkins University Library 
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20Title:  An improved system of geography: designed for schools, academies and seminaries   
 Creator:  McNally, Francis. | Wells, Jacob. | Sherman, George E., b. 1810 or 11 | Wood, George W. | Purdy, Theresa Augustina | Green, Sarah L. | Clark, Thomas, fl. 1869 | Theall, Carrie N. | Smith & McDougal | A.S. Barnes & Co | Woolworth, Ainsworth & Company | Roger S. Baskes Collection (Newberry Library) 
 Publication:  A.S. Barnes and Co, Woolworth, Ainsworth & Co, New York, Boston, 1869, c1866. 
 Notes:  On cover: Edition with map drawing. On cover: Monteith & McNally's series. "Electrotyped by Smith & McDougal, 84 Beckman St."--T.p. verso. "Printed by George W. Wood, 2 Dutch St."--T.p. verso. "Map drawing": 12 p. at end. Most maps drawn by J. Wells and engraved by Geo. E. Sherman. Includes questions for the student. 
 Extent:  110, 12 p. : ill. (1 folded) ; 32 cm. 
 Subjects:  Geography -- Textbooks | Geography -- Juvenile literature | Textbooks New York (State) New York 1869 | Juvenile literature New York (State) New York 1869

Collection:  Newberry Library 
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