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ACCOUNT OF A VOYAGE OF DISCOVERY to the west coast of Corea, and the great Loo-Choo island; with an appendix, containing charts, and various hydrographical and scientific notices. By Captain Basil Hall ... And a vocabulary of the Loo-Choo languages, by H. J. Clifford, 1818.

AN ACT TO PROHIBIT THE IMPORTATION OF LUXURIES, OR OF ARTICLES NOT NECESSARY OR OF COMMON USE, 1864, a Confederate Congress document

AN APPEAL TO REASON: an open letter to John Temple Graves, by Kelly Miller, 1906

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY (1885/86), Contains The "MidÍ'wiwin, or Grand Medicine Society of the Ojibwa, by W. J. Hoffman and: The Sacred formulas of the Cherokee, by James Mooney

ANNUAL REPORT OF THE BUREAU OF AMERICAN ETHNOLOGY (1897/98: pt.1), Contains The Myths of The Cherokee, by James Mooney

ARCHAIC ENGLAND: an essay in deciphering prehistory from megalithic monuments, earthworks, customs, coins, place-names, and faerie superstitions, by Harold Bayley, 1919

THE ATLANTA RIOT: a discourse by Francis J. Grimke, [delivered] October 7, 1906

ATLANTA UNIVERSITY PUBLICATIONS: a series, which began in 1896, of studies on problems affecting black people in the United States, edited by W. E. Burghardt Du Bois (in process)

AVONIA B. CONWAY DIARY, 1885

THE BABYLONIAN LEGENDS OF THE CREATION and the Fight between Bel and the Dragon, as told by Assyrian Tablets from Nineveh, 1921

THE BENJAMIN THOMAS EPPS SCRAPBOOK, which documents Epps' life as a builder and flyer of airplanes. (1904-1963)

BENJAMIN POPE'S ACCOUNT BOOK, store accounts as well as personal accounts of Benjamin Pope. (1825-1866)

BIOGRAPHICAL MEMORIALS OF JAMES OGLETHORPE, by Thaddeus Mason Harris, 1841

THE BLACK SIDE; a partial history of the business, religious and educational side of the negro in Atlanta, Ga., by Rev. Edward Randolph Carter, 1894.

A BRIEF DESCRIPTION AND STATISTICAL SKETCH OF GEORGIA, United States of America: developing its immense agricultural, mining and manufacturing advantages, with remarks on emigration. Accompanied with a map & description of lands for sale in Irwin County, By Richard Keily, 1849.

BRITISH DOCUMENTS ON SLAVE HOLDING AND THE SLAVE TRADE, 1788-1793.

BRITON & BOER, both sides of the South African question, by James Bryce, et al., 1900

CATALOGUE OF BOOKS IN THE LIBRARY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, by James Jackson, librarian. 1850

CATALOGUE OF THE WYMBERLEY JONES DE RENNE GEORGIA LIBRARY at Wormsloe, Isle of Hope near Savannah, Georgia

CELESTIAL AMUSEMENTS; or, Belles and Beaux at Hay-Mount, BY WINSTON C. TYSON, 1860

CENTENNIAL EXPOSITION DESCRIBED AND ILLUSTRATED, being a concise and graphic description of this grand enterprise commemorative of the first centennary of American independence, by J. S. Ingram, 1876.

THE CHANNELED SCABLAND A Guide to the Geomorphology of the Columbia Basin, Washington Prepared for the Comparative Planetary Geology Field Conference held in the Columbia Basin June 5-8, 1978, edited by VICTOR R. BAKER and DAG NUMMEDAL

THE CIVILIZATION OF BABYLONIA AND ASSYRIA; its remains, language, history, religion, commerce, law, art, and literature, by Morris Jastrow, Jr., 1915

THE COMPLETE WORKS OF HENRY GEORGE, 1904

CONFEDERATE STATES OF AM. ARMY AND NAVY UNIFORMS, 1861

CONSUMERS' CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETIES, by Charles Gide, 1922

CO-OPERATION 1921-1947, published monthly by The Co-operative League of America

COREA or CHO-SEN, the land of the morning calm, by A. Henry Savage-Landor. With numerous text and full-page illustrations from drawings made by the author. 1895

COSMOGRAPHY IN FOUR BOOKS, Containing the chorography and history of the whole world: . . . by Peter Heylyn, 1677

THE COUNTRYMAN 1862-1866, published weekly by Turnwold, Ga., edited by J.A. Turner (in process)

CURTIS'S BOTANICAL MAGAZINE, 1790-1856 (in process)

THE DAVID LEWIS EARNEST PHOTOGRAPHIC COLLECTION, This collection provides a good glimpse of Athens, GA, and environs during the first half of the 20th century.

BY DESERT WAYS TO BAGHDAD, by Louisa Jebb (Mrs. Roland Wilkins), 1908 (1909 ed)

THE DIARY OF VISCOUNT PERCIVAL, (Manuscripts of the Earl of Egmont)

DOWN SOUTH, Pictures by RUDOLF EICKEMEYER, JR. With a Preface by JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS, 1900

THE DRAGON IN CHINA AND JAPAN, by Dr. M. W. De Visser, 1913

A DWELLER IN MESOPOTAMIA, being the adventures of an official artist in the garden of Eden, by Donald Maxwell, 1921

THE ECOLOGY OF SOUTHEASTERN SHRUB BOGS (POCOSINS) AND CAROLINA BAYS: A COMMUNITY PROFILE, by Rebecca R. Sharitz and J. Whitfield Gibbons Savannah River Ecology Laboratory Aiken. SC 29801, 1982

EDUCATIONAL SURVEY OF GEORGIA, by M. L. Duggan, begins: 1914 (in process)

THE EGMONT (SIR JOHN PERCIVAL) PAPERS, transcripts of correspondence to and from Georgia--spans 1732-1743

EGYPT AND PALESTINE, photographed and described by Francis Frith, 1857 photos, published ~1870

EIGHT ANNUAL REPORT, of the Presidents and Directors to the Stockholders of the Norfolk & Petersburg Railroad Company for the year 1860 and '61.

THE ELDER EDDAS AND THE YOUNGER EDDAS, Eng. trans. by I. A. Blackwell, 1906

ESSAY ON COMETS, WHICH GAINED THE FIRST OF DR FELLOWES'S PRIZES, PROPOSED TO THOSE WHO HAD ATTENDED 'THE UNIVERSITY OF EDINBURGH WITHIN THE LAST TWELVE YEARS. BY DAVID MILNE, A. M. F.R.S.E., 1828

ESSAY ON THE GEORGIA GOLD MINES, by William Phillips, 1833 (Excerpt from: American Journal of Science and Arts. New Haven, 1833. Vol. XXIV, No. i, First Series, April (Jan.-March), 1833, pp. 1-18.)

THE EVOLUTION OF THE DRAGON, by G. Elliot Smith, 1919

AN EXTRACT OF JOHN WESLEY'S JOURNAL, from his embarking for Georgia to his return to London, 1739. The journal extends from October 14, 1735, to February 1, 1738.

AN EXTRAORDINARY METEORIC DISPLAY By C. A. Chant, THE JOURNAL OF THE ROYAL ASTRONOMICAL SOCIETY OF CANADA, VOL. VII. MAY JUNE, 1913. No 3

THE FEDERAL AND THE CONFEDERATE CONSTITUTION (compared to one another)

GEORGIA SCENES, characters, incidents, &c. in the first half century of the Republic, by Augustus Baldwin Longstreet (1840, 2nd ed)

GOD'S TWO BOOKS; or, Plain facts about evolution, geology, and the Bible, by George McCready Price, 1911 (1920ed)

A GRAMMAR OF THE MASJWKE, OR CREEK LANGUAGE: to which are prefixed lessons in spelling, reading, and defining / by H.F. Buckner, assisted by his interpreter, G. Herrod, 1860.

THE GREAT CONFLAGRATION. CHICAGO:, by James W. Sheahan and George P. Upton, 1871

HAND-LOOM WEAVING, by Mattie Phipps Todd, 1902

THE HARGRETT LIBRARY MANUSCRIPT COLLECTION CATALOGUE, by the Hargrett staff, cumulative

HARPER'S WEEKLY, 1862-1865

HISTORICAL BROADSIDES, a collection from the Hargrett Rare Book and Manuscript Library

HISTORICAL MAPS, a collection from the Hargrett Library

A HISTORY OF COLUMBUS GEORGIA, by John H. Martin, 1874

THE HISTORY OF CO-OPERATION, by George Jacob Holyoake, 1908

THE HISTORY OF FASHION IN FRANCE, by M. Augustin Challamel, (1882 Eng. Trans.)

HISTORY OF THE AMERICAN NEGRO AND HIS INSTITUTIONS, Georgia edition, edited by A.B. Caldwell, 1917-20

HISTORY OF THE INDIAN TRIBES OF NORTH AMERICA, with biographical sketches and anecdotes of the principal chiefs, by Thomas L. MíKenney and James Hall, 1836-44

HISTORY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA LIBRARY, (1783-1952), by Anna Elizabeth LaBoone, 1954

ILIOS THE CITY AND COUNTRY OF THE TROJANS, by DR. HENRY SCHLIEMANN, 1881

INDIAN DAYS OF THE LONG AGO, by by Edward S. Curtis, 1915

INDIAN MYTH AND LEGEND, by Donald A. Mackenzie, 1913

INDIAN MYTHS, by Ellen Russell Emerson, 1884

AN INQUIRY INTO THE NATURE OF PEACE & THE TERMS OF AND ITS PERPETUATION, BY THORSTEIN VEBLEN, 1917

THE INTERPRETATION OF RADIUM, being the substance of six free popular experimental lectures delivered at the University of Glasgow, 1908; by Frederick Soddy, 1909.

THE INVENTION OF LITHOGRAPHY, by Alois Senefelder, (Eng. trans. 1911)

THE ISAIAH SMITH DIARY, by Isaiah Smith (spans 1860-1867)

JAVA, FACTS AND FANCIES, by Augusta De Wit, 1905.

JOHN TOLES DAYBOOK, by Edwin H. Alien, 1832.

L'AMERIQUE EN PLUSIEURS CARTES, & en divers traittes de geographie, et díhistoire, by Nicholas Sanson, (1657)

LACY'S DRAMATIC COSTUMES, collected & edited by Thomas Hailes Lacy, 1865 & 1868

LEGENDS OF BABYLON AND EGYPT IN RELATION TO HEBREW TRADITION, by Leonard W. King, 1918

THE LENAPE STONE OR THE INDIAN AND THE MAMMOTH, by H. C. Mercer, 1885

THE LEVI SHEFTALL FAMILY PAPERS, diary (1733-1808)

THE LIFE, HISTORY, AND TRAVELS OF KAH-GE-GA-GAH-BOWH, by George Copway, 1846

LIFE OF JOSIAH MEIGS, by his great-grandson Wm. M. Meigs, 1887

THE LIFE OF REV. ROBERT ANDERSON, by Rev. Robert Anderson, 1892

THE MAKING OF THE CONFEDERATE CONSTITUTION, by A. L. Hull, 1905 (excerpt from: PUBLICATIONS OF THE SOUTHERN HISTORY ASSOCIATION, vol. ix no. 5)

MESOPOTAMIAN ARCHAEOLOGY, by Percy S. P. Handcock, 1912

THE METAMORPHOSES OF PUBLIUS OVIDIUS NASO, an 1860 textbook with notes, illustrations, and a pertinent Latin to English dictionary

NAZI PRE-WAR POSTERS, collected by Henry King Stanford, 1937

A NEW LIGHT ON THE RENAISSANCE, by Harold Bayley, 1909

THE NEW SOCIETY, by Walther Rathenau, (Eng. trans. 1921)

BY NILE AND TIGRIS, a narrative of journeys in Egypt and Mesopotamia on behalf of the British museum between the years 1886 and 1913, by Sir E. A. Wallis Budge., 1920

OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES OF THE STATE OF LOUISIANA, November, 1861

ONE THOUSAND SECRETS REVEALED, by C. A. Bogardus, 1898, (1907ed)

THE PAPERS OF GUIDO ADLER AT THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA, a provisional inventory, by Edward R. Reilly, 1975

THE PAWNEE; mythology collected under the auspices of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, by George A. Dorsey, 1906

PERSIA, by S.G.W. Benjamin, 1891

PERSONAL RECOLLECTIONS OF JOAN OF ARC, by the Sieur Luis de Conte [pseud. Mark Twain], 1896 [annotated by Karen Viars]

PHOTOGRAPHIC HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR, in ten volumes, 1912 (in process)

PHOTOGRAPHIC VIEWS OF SHERMAN'S CAMPAIGN, from negatives taken in the field, by Geo. N. Barnard, 1866

PICTURES & STORIES FROM UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, a children's book, 1853

THE PLACE OF SCIENCE IN MODERN CIVILISATION, by Thorstein Veblen, 1919

PROBLEMS OF COOPERATION, by James Peter Warbasse, 1941

PROCEEDINGS OF THE COLORED PEOPLE'S CONVENTION, Sponsor: State Convention of the Colored People of South Carolina, 1865

RAGNAROK: THE AGE OF FIRE AND GRAVEL, by Ignatius Donnelly, 1883

RELIGION AND SLAVERY, by Rev. James H. McNeilly, 1911

REPORT ON THE BRUNSWICK CANAL AND RAIL ROAD, Glynn County, Georgia. With an appendix containing the charter and commissioners's report, by Loammi Baldwn, 1837

THE ROMANCE OF THE BEAVER, Being the History of the Beaver in the Western Hemisphere, by A. RADCLYFFE DUGMORE F.R.G.S., F.R.C.S., 1914

IN THE SHADOW OF THE BUSH, by P. AMAURY TALBOT OF THE NIGERIAN POLITICAL SERVICE WITH ILLUSTRATIONS AND A MAP, 1912

THE SHE KING, OR BOOK OF ANCIENT CHINESE POETRY, TRANSLATED BY JAMES LEGGE, D.D., LL.D., 1876

THE SIBYLLINE ORACLES, BOOKS III-V, TRANSLATED BY THE REV. H. N. BATE, M.A., 1918

SOCIETY, A journal devoted to society, art, literature, and fashion, published in Atlanta, Georgia [Society Pub. Co.], 1890- (in process)

SOUTHERN WATCHMAN CIVIL WAR TRANSCRIPTS, transcripts of selected Civil War news pertinent to Athens, Georgia, (where the Southern Watchman was published) and surrounding areas. (covers: 1861-1864)

STONE ORNAMENTS OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN, by Warren K. Moorehead, 1917

THE STORY OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN, by Elbridge S. Brooks, 1887

THE SUFFRAGE COOK BOOK, compiled by Mrs. L.O. Kleber, 1915

SUFFRAGE IMAGE SELECTIONS, compiled by Nancy Stamper, Hargrett Library, 2004

THE SWASTIKA, THE EARLIEST KNOWN SYMBOL, AND ITS MIGRATION; WITH OBSERVATIONS ON THE MIGRATION OF CERTAIN INDUSTRIES IN PREHISTORIC TIMES, by THOMAS WILSON, 1894

THE THOMAS SMITH FAMILY PAPERS, 1767-1841

A TREATISE ON THE IMPROVEMENT OF CANAL NAVIGATION, by Robert Fulton, 1796

THE TREES OF GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND, by HENRY JOHN ELWES & AUGUSTINE HENRY, 1906-1913

UNCLE REMUS AND BRER RABBIT, by Joel Chandler Harris, 1907

UNCLE TOM'S CABIN, by Harriet Beecher Stowe, 1853

USURY, A Scriptural, Ethical and Economic View, by Calvin Elliott, 1902

THE VESTED INTERESTS AND THE STATE OF THE INDUSTRIAL ARTS ("The Modern Point of View and the New Order"), BY THORSTEIN VEBLEN, 1919

VIEWS OF ATLANTA, and The Cotton State and International Exposition, 1895

WASHINGTON'S FAREWELL ADDRESS, and Webster's First Bunker Hill oration; ed. with introduction and notes by Charles Robert Gaston, 1919

THE WESLEY OLIN CONNER DIARY, by Wesley Olin Connor, (spans 1861-1866)

WILD LIFE ON THE ROCKIES, by Enos A. Mills, 1909

THE WORLD SET FREE, by H. G. Wells, 1914

WORLD WAR POSTERS, by various parties.

THE WRITINGS OF JOHN MUIR, by John Muir, 1916 (manuscript edition, 10 volumes).



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