Item Detail

Item Number 6140
Title Martin's Hundred
Author Hume, Ivor Noel
Condition VG+/VG+
Publisher Alfred A. Knopf
Place Published New York
Date Published 1982
Edition 1st Edition
Binding Hardcover; 1st Printing
Notes 1st edition/1st printing. A firsthand account of one of the most important excavations in American historical archaeology: the discovery of a lost plantation - and the most extensive evidence we have of English colonial life in early seventeenth-century Viginia --- from dust jacket. Book is bound in black with gilt printing, it is clean, straight & tight; the lower edge is slightly faded and there is a small bumped area on the upper edge. The interior has no marks or tears. The endpapers are illustrated. The dust jacket is clean and bright; it is lightly rubbed and has some edgewear, one internally mended edge tear. ; B&W Photographs; 9.5 x 6.5 inches; 343 pages
LoC or ISBN 0394507282
Keyword(s) Ivor Noel Hume,Non-fiction,Archaeology,Early America,History,Early American History,American History,Virginia,Colonial America
Category(ies) Anthropology Archaeology Earth Sciences,Biographies Politics Government War,History Travel Exploration Places
Price $15.65