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A Goldenrod Will Grow, Freya Manfred
1 A Goldenrod Will GrowFreya Manfred
very good +, Plainsong Poetry Series, 1971, 

A Goldenrod Will Grow, Freya Manfred, James D. Thueson (publisher), Minneapolis, 1971, Plainsong Poetry Series, covers clean, light wear along top edge, light rubbing along back spine edge, 63 pages, previous owner's name has been crossed out on back side of front cover, no other writing or marks, 6 x 9,

Price: 12.00 USD
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A Son Enlists, Margarette Ball Dickson
2 A Son EnlistsMargarette Ball Dickson
very good, Argus Publishing Company, 1941, Inscribed and Signed by Author

A Son Enlists, Margarette Ball Dickson, Argus Publishing Company, Minneapolis, 1941, Inscribed and Signed by Author, soft covers, light soiling on covers, very light edge rubbing, staple-bound tight binding, 27 pages, clean, very light age tanning, inscription by author on front free end paper, author confounded the League of Minnesota Poets in 1934, poetry editor for the Minnesota Journal of Education, president of the League of Minnesota Poets, state president of the South Dakota Music Clubs and poetry editor of The Farmer, Sunshine Magazine and other publication, this is a beautiful little book of poetry by a renowned author and educator, 5 1/4 x 7 1/4, booklet in very good condition

Price: 25.00 USD
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Banking in Minnesota, Gatton, Harry T.
3 Banking in MinnesotaGatton, Harry T.
very good, Minnesota Bankers Association, 1989, First Edition (stated)...ex-library

Banking in Minnesota, A Centennial Commemorative of the Minnesota Bankers Association, Gatton, Harry T., 1989, Minnesota Bankers Association, First Edition (stated)...ex-library, dust jacket protected with library covering, library sticker on front and along spine, library check-out folder on rear free end-paper, small library stamp on title page, rest of pages crisp and clean with no writing or marks, 143 pages includes Part One: Minnesota Bankers Association--An Obvious Need; Part Two: Banking--From Antiquity to a Minnesota Foothold; Part Three: Inching Along and Economic Reality; Part Four: Three Decades of Great Change, 1900-1930; Part Five: Depression and Drastic Change; Part Six: From World War II to Deregulation--Victory and Change; Part Seven: MBA's First Century, Banking Change, and Looking to the Future; Part Eight: For the Record, Index, numerous historic photos, 4to (9 1/4 x 12 1/4) book in very good condition

Price: 19.00 USD
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Don't Think Twice, Wayne Johnson
4 Don't Think TwiceWayne Johnson
fine, Harmony Books, 1999, First Edition (stated with complete number line)

Don't Think Twice, Wayne Johnson, Harmony Books, New York, 1999, First Edition (stated with complete number line), dust jacket has protective covering, clean in As New Condition, not price clipped ($23.00 listed on jacket flap), green boards with green spine and gold lettering, boards clean in As New Condition, 291 pages, crisp, clean, this thriller take place in Northwest Minnesota near the Chippewa Reservation which captures the soul of a people and the beauty of their land, author grew up in the north lakes region of Minnesota and on the White Earth and Red Lake Reservations, book in fine condtion

Price: 15.00 USD
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Feeding the Eagles, Paulette Bates Alden
5 Feeding the EaglesPaulette Bates Alden
fine, Graywolf Press, 1988, First Printing (stated with complete number line)

Feeding the Eagles, Paulette Bates Alden, Graywolf Press, 1988, First Printing (stated with complete number line), dust jacket clean, very light edge rubbing, green boards, black cloth spine with gold lettering, boards clean in, in fine/as new condition, 176 pages, signed and inscribed by author on title page, pages clean, dust jacket flap states...this is..."Eleven interrelated stories feature Miriam Batson, a native Southerner; transplanted to the Midwest by marriage, as she confronts and comes to terms with the shifting ground of her life...", dust jacket in near fine condition, book in fine/as new condition

Price: 10.00 USD
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Greater Expectations
6 Greater Expectations "28 pretty darn good stories about children, families, and the heritage of caring and loving""Schultz, Bill E."
Very Good +, Treehouse Communications, 1998, Limited Edition #444 of 1000

"Free Shipping with-in U.S. Treehouse Communications, Inc., Fergus Falls, Minnesota, 1998...Limited Edition #444 of 1000 singed by author with inscription, 101 pages; 5.5 x 8, Softcover, VG+ Condition, cover show slight wear, very minor soiling along spine edge on back cover, pages are clean, no writing or marks except for authors signature and inscription. The author, Bill Schultz life has been devoted to children, growing up in a close knit family with three brothers and a sister. At age 19, Bill became the founding President of Active Christian Teens, an organization that has grown to thousands of members throughout Minnesota. Bill Schultz states the following in the introduction opposite the copyright page. Rising kids today can be wonderfully exciting, horribly scary, frustrating, invigoration, crisis laden, challenging, unforgiving, thoughtful, frightening, awesome, but never dull!!"" Contact Info: dakotaliterature@gmail.com"

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In The Teeth Of The Northeaster..A Solo Voyage On Lake Superior, Marlin Bree
7 In The Teeth Of The Northeaster..A Solo Voyage On Lake SuperiorMarlin Bree
very good, A Solo Voyage On Lake Superior, 1988, First Edition (stated with complete number line)

In The Teeth Of The Northeaster, A Solo Voyage On Lake Superior, Clarkson N. Potter, New York, 1988, First Edition (stated with complete number line), dust jacket clean, light edge wear, no chips or tears, age tanning along top edge of inside jacket, not price clipped ($18.95 listed on jacket flap), blue boards, gray spine with blue lettering, boards clean, light bumping, 214 pages includes 17 chapters, Acknowledgments, Selected bibliography and Index, no writing, soil mark on rear free end-paper, light soiling along outside edges, a gluing on the binding is coming loose on approximately 1/3rd of the back portion of book, however the binding is still tight and all pages intact, 8 page section of photos, the author sailed from the Apostle Islands along Superior's southwest corner, along the North Shore of Minnesota to the Thunder Bay area in Ontario and found himself in the teeth of a northeaster and almost became another victim of Lake Superior, very interesting read by the former editor of the Sunday magazine of the Minnesota Star and Tribune, 8vo (9 1/4" tall), book in very good condition

Price: 12.00 USD
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Minnesota's Changing Geography, John R. Borchert
8 Minnesota's Changing GeographyJohn R. Borchert
good, The University of Minnesota Press, 1959, First Edition (no other pub. date listed)

Minnesota's Changing Geography, John R. Borchert, The University of Minnesota Press, Minneapolis, 1959, First Edition (no other pub. date listed), no dust jacket, gray boards, blue lettering on front and along spine, boards show light soiling, light edge rubbing/bumping, very slightly bowed along front, tight binding, 191 pages includes Preface by the Author,10 Chapters, section entitled Facts About Minnesota, Index, List of Maps, numerous photos, front and rear paste-downs and free end-papers show foxing along inside gutters, date of 1960 neatly written in ink along top edge on front paste-down, pages clean, no writing or marks, interesting text interpreting the varied landscapes of the state, 4to (8 1/2 x 10 3/4), book in good condition

Price: 10.00 USD
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Moccasin Flower...An Historical Novel, John Bell
9 Moccasin Flower...An Historical NovelJohn Bell
good, The Book Masters, 1935, Fourth Printing (stated)

Moccasin Flower, John Bell, The Book Masters, Saint Paul, Minnesota, 1935, Fourth Printing stated, no dust jacket, red boards, gold lettering on front and along spine, fading along spine, boards show light fading and soiling, moderate edge bumping and wear, straight, tight binding, 255 pages, 2" sticker advertising Mt. McKinley National Park on front paste-down, several light number notations on rear paste-down, small soil marks along bottom edge of title page rest of pages show no writing or marks, light age tanning, frontispiece of b/w portrait of Annette Rochelle, author's note indicates that...In this novel, the characters of Col. Charles E. Flandrau and Chief Little Crow are historical, so their true names have been used. All other principal characters are fictitious...this novel takes place in the Spring of 1861 in southern Minnesota where the Minnesota River flows into the Mississippi, 8vo (7 3/4" tall), book in good condition

Price: 12.00 USD
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Mystic Chords, Ridley, William J.
10 Mystic ChordsRidley, William J.
As New, Billu, Pre press by North Star Press, 1999, 

BILLU, Inc., Pre-press by North Star Press of St. Cloud, Inc, St Cloud, Minnesota, 1999...Signed by Author, 324 pages; 8vo (9""tall), As New Condition, green boards, gold lettering along spine and on front cover, signed by author on title page. Excerpt from back of dj ""Mystic Chords is an extraordinary first novel that interweaves the tragic conflict between Minnesota Native Americans and the European immigrants who settled the state. It is a well-told tale that is an important part of the larger story of a clash of civilizations that helped create the American character"" Contact Info: dakotaliterature@gmail.com"

Price: 25.00 USD
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