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141 Truesdell, Leon E. Introduction by James T. Shotwell. THE CANADIAN BORN IN THE UNITED STATES: AN ANALYSIS OF THE STATISTICS OF THE CANADIAN ELEMENT IN THE POPULATION OF THE UNITED STATES, 1850 TO 1930.
New Haven / Toronto Yale University Press / Ryerson Press 1943 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good- Good- 
263 pp, 9 7/8" H. Map endpapers, tables, figures. "This is an analysis of the Canadian element in the population of the United States from 1850 to 1930." Chapter headings: Introduction and Summary; Basic Population Relationships between the United States and Canada; Canadian Born in the United States by Color and Sex; Canadian-Born White Population, French and English; White Population of Canadian Stock in the United States; Year of Immigration of the Canadian Born; Citizenship of the Canadian Born; Age of the Canadian Stock; Marital Status of the Canadian Stock; Illiteracy in the Canadian Stock; Ability to Speak English among French-Canadians in the United States; Canadian-Born Workers in the United States in 1910 by Occupation; Canadian Families by Tenure and Value or Rent of Home; Canadian Families by Size, Number of Children, Number of Gainful Workers, and Number of Lodgers; Appendix. United States Census Statistics on Population of Canadian Birth or Parentage in the United States: 1850 to 1930; Index. Light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, very small corner bumps, light browning to edges of text block. Dust jacket has heavy edge wrinkling/creasing - mainly at top edge, several small edge tears, light fading to spine and flap-fold color, protected in a mylar sleeve. 
Price: 40.00 USD
 
 
HOW TO TELL A STORY AND OTHER ESSAYS., Twain, Mark,  (Samuel L. Clemens.)
142 Twain, Mark, (Samuel L. Clemens.) HOW TO TELL A STORY AND OTHER ESSAYS.
New York Harper & Brothers 1897 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good - 
233 pp, 7 3/4" H. Red cloth with gilt decoration on spine, front & rear boards, black lettering on spine and front board, author's name in gilt on spine, top edge gilt. First edition, first state with misspelling on page 187, line 16 ("ciper" instead of "cipher"). Contents: How to Tell a Story; In Defence of Harriet Shelley; Fenimore Cooper's Literary Offences; Travelling with a Reformer; Private History of the "Jumping Frog" Story; Mental Telegraphy Again; What Paul Bourget Thinks of Us; A Little Note to M. Paul Bourget. Several pages roughly opened at fore edge with tearing/some paper loss - no loss of text. Library label of "J.E. Sutton's Library", Logansport, Ind. on front pastedown - no other library markings. Dog-ear crease at top corner of page leaf 168/169, light browning to fore-edge and bottom of text block, light edge wear, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, light rubbing (mainly the title-block decoration) and soiling to boards, slight fading to spine colour and some darkening to spine labels. Additional photographs of condition available on request. 
Price: 150.00 USD
 
 
143 Twichell, Heath. NORTHWEST EPIC: THE BUILDING OF THE ALASKA HIGHWAY.
New York St. Martin's Press 1992 0312077548 / 9780312077549 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- 
368 pp, 9 1/2" H. Map endpapers, b&w photographs, maps. "(T)he panoramic story of the courageous U.S. Army Engineers and civilian contractors who toiled in the tense months after Pearl Harbor to build a 1,500-mile emergency supply line through the rugged Canadian Rockies to isolated military bases in Alaska. The construction of this winding gravel road - GI's called it the ALCAN - was very much an all-American adventure: blacks, whites, and natives working together under the harshest extremes of climate and terrain - racing to bolster Alaska's defenses and deter another Japanese attack on North American soil. The Alaska Highway - with its hundreds of bridges, chain of airfields, and oil refinery and pipeline system (known as CANOL) - opened to traffic in late 1942 and was in full use one year later. Though one of the greatest feats of twentieth-century macro-engineering, this huge project sparked as much protest as patriotism. Critics argued that the road was in the wrong place and would have little postwar value; a well-publicized investigation of CONOL's excesses gave a critical boost to the career of Senator Harry S. Truman." Very light wrinkling at top of spine, very small bump at top corner of both boards. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top of spine and flap-folds, light fading to spine color. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
144 Vail, R.W.G. THE VOICE OF THE OLD FRONTIER.
Philadelphia University of Pennsylvania Press 1949 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Inscribed By Author
492 pp, 9 1/4" H. Dark green cloth with gilt lettering on spine. Inscribed on front free endpaper: "To my good friend / H.P. Kraus, collector / and merchant of / scholarship, with / the admiration of / R.W.G. Vail / July 14, 1955." (Hans Peter Kraus (1907-1988) was a successful rare book dealer in Berlin, but fled Europe at the beginning of WWII, arriving in New York 1939. His autobiography, "A Rare Book Saga", details his career and rise to prominence in the world of rare book dealing in the mid-20th century.) This book was published as part of the Rosenbach Fellowship in Bibliography. Contents: Acknowledgements; Introduction; The Pioneer's Own Story; The Indians' Captives Relate Their Adventures; The Frontier Land Agents Offer Their Wares; A Bibliography of North American Frontier Literature; Key to Locations; Bibliography; Index to the Appendix. Slight toning in margins and gutters of pages, very small printing ink mark on fore-edge of title page, very light browning on endpapers and edges of text block, some light dust soiling on top of text block, small area of shelf soiling and very tiny ink mark on bottom of text block, a few very small light and faint soiling marks on boards, very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, small bump at bottom corner of front board. 
Price: 150.00 USD
 
 
THE JACKSON WREATH, OR NATIONAL SOUVENIR:  A NATIONAL TRIBUTE, COMMEMORATIVE OF THE GREAT CIVIL VICTORY ACHIEVED BY THE PEOPLE, THROUGH THE HERO OF NEW ORLEANS., Walsh, Robert, Jr. & M'Henry, James, Dr.
145 Walsh, Robert, Jr. & M'Henry, James, Dr. THE JACKSON WREATH, OR NATIONAL SOUVENIR: A NATIONAL TRIBUTE, COMMEMORATIVE OF THE GREAT CIVIL VICTORY ACHIEVED BY THE PEOPLE, THROUGH THE HERO OF NEW ORLEANS.
Philadelphia Jacob Maas, Franklin Engraving Office 1829 First Edition Hard Cover Fair 
88 pp + musical notation, plates & fold out map at rear. Maroon leather spine/corners with gilt lettering and decoration, marbled paper-covered boards/endpapers. There are inconsistencies in the page numbering and with reference to the table of contents, but all text pages and illustrations are present. The front free endpaper has been removed and the textblock begins with the frontispiece of Andrew Jackson (after J. Wood) facing an engraved preliminary title page. These are divided by the remains of a protective tissue with about 1/3 now missing. The full title page (with a previous owner's name in pencil at the top) and text follow. Contents: Advertisement; Biography of General Jackson By Robt. Walsh Jr. Esqr.; Remarks of the Publisher; Continuation of the Biography By Dr. James M'Henry; A Dirge, to the Memory of Mrs. Jackson, ibid; Description of the Capitol of Washington. The illustrations consist of the frontispiece portrait, the engraved title page, The Golden Wreath (printed on a coated paper that is now somewhat crazed and discoloured), 3 plates (The Battle of New Orleans, The Hermitage & The Capitol - with protective tissues), 3 pages of musical notation (Jackson's March & Quick Step - with protective tissues) and a brightly coloured map (19" W x 16 1/2" H) of the "United States of North America" "Published for the Jackson Wreath" and showing the United States reaching to Louisiana and the Arkansas and Oregon Territories. In general, the book is sound and except for the front free endpaper, complete, but has considerable browning/foxing (particularly noticeable on the tissues) and marks from where plants (ferns, leaves, etc.) have been pressed in the past. The map is in very good condition, the coloring is bright, although there is some creasing & small tears at the edges and a few areas of discoloration. The blank page preceding the rear free endpaper is missing the top corner (approx. 2 1/4" x 4 3/4") and there are a few pencil & ink notations on the blank pages. Light waviness and darkening to edges of text block, moderate edge wear to boards and leather - heavier at top/bottom of spine, rubbing to marbled paper-covered boards. Additional pictures of this book are available on request. 
Price: 485.00 USD
 
 
146 Wertenbaker, Thomas J. THE GOVERNMENT OF VIRGINIA IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY.
Virginia 350th Anniversary Celebration Corporation, Williamsburg, 1957. 
61 pp, 8" H, soft cover (stapled in wraps). B&w photographs. Interior - staples are rusty, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - slight rusting to staples, minor browning and soiling. Very Good 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
NAMES AND PLACES: STUDIES IN GEOGRAPHICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL NOMENCLATURE., Whitney, J.D. (Josiah Dwight)
147 Whitney, J.D. (Josiah Dwight) NAMES AND PLACES: STUDIES IN GEOGRAPHICAL AND TOPOGRAPHICAL NOMENCLATURE.
Cambridge, Massachusetts Privately printed, at the University Press (Harvard) 1888 First, limited edition. Three-Quarter Leather Very Good Inscribed By Author
239 pp, 7 1/8" H - collated. No. 9 of 100 copies. Medium brown three-quarter leather, marbled paper-covered boards and marbled endpapers, top edge gilt. The spine has been professionally rebacked, retaining most of the original leather (with gilt decoration) - new green leather spine labels with gilt lettering and borders. Inscribed on fly-leaf preceding the title page: "To Josepha Newcomb / from the author / March 12 1896 / J.D. Whitney (underlined)". Josiah Dwight Whitney (Nov. 23, 1818-Aug. 18, 1896), American geologist, Harvard professor of geology and Chief of the California Geological Survey, was an early advocate for the creation of Yosemite National Park. Mount Whitney and the Whitney Glacier were named for him. Contents: Appalachian and Cordilleran; Orgeon and Pend' Oreilles; Topograph-ical Nomenclature (Introductory / Mountains, Peaks, and Sierras / Valleys, Gorges, and Canons / Plains, Prairies, and Savannas); Index of Topographical Names. Josepha Newcomb (artist and suffragette) married Whitney's nephew, Edwin Baldwin Whitney, in April, 1896. She later inscribed the book: "To William Dwight Whitney / from / Josepha Whitney / December 25, 1931." Her son, William Dwight Whitney was an international lawyer whose marital exploits were the inspiration for the movie 'Adam's Rib'. Browning to fore-edge and bottom of text block; slight waviness to fore-edge of pages; the leather has wear and has been professionally conserved; book is tightly bound and is clean inside. 
Price: 650.00 USD
 
 
148 Wickenden, Dorothy. NOTHING DAUNTED: THE UNEXPECTED EDUCATION OF TWO SOCIETY GIRLS IN THE WEST.
New York Scribner 2011 1439176582 / 9781439176580 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good+ 
286 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). B&w photographs. "In the summer of 1916, Dorothy Woodruff and Rosamond Underwood, close friends from childhood and graduates of Smith College, left home in Auburn, New York, for the wilds of northwestern Colorado. Bored by their society luncheons, charity work, and the effete young men who courted them, they learned that two teaching jobs were available in a remote mountaintop schoolhouse and applied - shocking their families and friends. They took the new railroad over the Continental Divide and made their way by spring wagon to the tiny settlement of Elkhead, where they lived with a family of homesteaders. They rode several miles to school each day on horseback, sometimes in blinding blizzards. Their students walked or skied on barrel staves, in tattered clothes and shoes tied together with string. The man who had lured them out west was Ferry Carpenter, a witty, idealistic, and occasionally outrageous young lawyer and cattle rancher. He had promised them the adventure of a lifetime and the most modern schoolhouse in Routt County; he hadn't let on that the teachers would be considered dazzling prospective brides for the locals. In their buoyant letters home, the two women captured the voices and stories of the pioneer women, the children, and the other memorable people they got to know. Nearly a hundred years later, the granddaughter of Dorothy Woodruff found the letters and began to reconstruct the women's journey. Enhancing the story with interviews with descendants, research about these vanished communities, and trips to the region, (she) creates an exhilarating saga about two intrepid young women and the 'settling up' of the West." Browning to bottom of text block - mainly near spine. Dust jacket has minor edge wrinkling and minor rubbing. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
149 William Howard Taft; George W. Wickersham, Sir William S. Gilbert, Walt Whitman, Jeffery Franol, John Kendrick Bangs, E.V. Lucas, Carolyn Wells, Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney, Charles Johnson Post, Eden Philpotts, John Muir, Sara Teasdale, et al. THE CENTURY ILLUSTRATED MONTHLY MAGAZINE. VOL. LXXXIII. NEW SERIES: VOL. LXI. NOVEMBER, 1911 TO APRIL, 1912.
New York Century 1912 Hard Cover Very Good F.E. Schoonover, Norman Price, R.B. Birch, Paul Branson, Joseph Pennell, Thomas Fogarty, Oliver Herford, Henry Bacon, Thornton Oakley, J.R. Shaver, et al. 
960 pp, 9 7/8" H. Embossed green cloth with gilt lettering on spine, decorated endpapers. B&w photographs, reproductions, color plates. Contents include: American Art and the Metropolitan Museum; The Enforcement of the Anti-Trust Laws; The Pendings Arbitration of Treaties: An Appeal for Their Ratification (William Howard Taft); In Brittany; Cartoons; The Training of Chinese Children; Christina of Denmark; The Eighteenth-Century Color Print and English Society; Dickens Characters in Real Life; The Famous Gardens of Kioto, Lafayette's Imprisonment at Olmutz; The Proposed Lincoln Memorial ; The New Manila; The Middle West (Edward Alsworth Ross); Mr. Pennell's Pictures of the Coronation; Multiplying the Pleasures of the Table; 'Rentin' Hens'; Russian 'Mouse-Traps'; Samplers, The Warning of Socialism; Across South America (Charles Johnson Post); New Records of Napoleon by British Officers at St. Helena; The Return From St. Helena: How Napoleon's Body was Received in France; Straight Golf (Anna Alice Chapin); The Injury of Tobacco (Charles B. Town); Tripoli, as an American Sees It (Richard Norton); The American Undergraduate (Clayton Sedgwick Cooper); Whistler as Decorator; The Ways of Women Ranchers; Three Adventures in the Yosemite (John Muir), etc., etc. Plus poetry by: Deems Taylor, Leroy Titus Weeks, Carolyn Wells, Alfred Noyes, Edith M. Thomas, Anna Glen Stoddard, et al. Browning to edges of text block, light edge wear, one tiny corner bump, light wrinkling at top of spine, small stain on front pastedown, a few tiny stains on free rear endpaper, tiny areas of surface paper loss on one preliminary page. 
Price: 65.00 USD
 
 
150 Williams, Edward F. EARLY MEMPHIS AND ITS RIVER RIVALS.
Historical Hiking Trails 1984 Third Printing Stapled in Wraps Very Good 
36 pp, 9 11/16"H. Reprinted from The West Tennessee Historical Society Papers Vol. XXII 1968. Reproductions of town plans, river maps, portraits and drawings. The story of how Memphis, Tennessee got its first firm foothold in its climb to success as the metropolitan center of the 'Mid-South'. Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very minor edge wear/wrinkling. Bottom corner slightly bent. 
Price: 10.00 USD
 
 
A DEVIL AND A GOOD WOMAN, TOO:  THE LIVES OF JULIA PETERKIN., Williams, Susan Millar.  (Julia Peterkin.)
151 Williams, Susan Millar. (Julia Peterkin.) A DEVIL AND A GOOD WOMAN, TOO: THE LIVES OF JULIA PETERKIN.
Athens, Georgia University of Georgia Press 1997 0820319120 / 9780820319124 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good- 
343 pp, 9 1/2" H. B&w photographs. "Julia Peterkin revolutionized American literature by writing seriously about the lives of plain black farming people. In five bold, lyrical books she pushed the bounds of realism to earn the startled praise of such intellecturals and literary artists as W.E.B. Du Bois and Langston Hughes. A plantation mistress who vowed to 'write what is, even if it is unpleasant', she took up writing at the age of forty, produced two best-selling novels, and won a Pulitzer Prize before mysteriously abandoning writing twelve years later. Peterkin's fiction chronicles the collapse of plantation agriculture on the Gullah coast of South Carolina. At the same time her writings are a thinly veiled autobiography of a southern white woman struggling to create something new out of the beauty and sorrow around her. Writing to her mentor H.L. Menckn in 1922, Peterkin declared, 'These black friends of mine live more in one Saturday night than I do in five years. I envy them, and I guess as I cannot be them, I seek satisfaction in trying to record them.' The first full account of Peterkin's life is an exemplary biography of a brilliant, enigmatic women who defied convention, lived as she pleased, and wrorte what she knew." Minor edge wear, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, minor rubbing, some fading to spine colour (still very legible) and parts of top edge/front flap-fold. 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
POX:  AN AMERICAN HISTORY., Willrich, Michael.
152 Willrich, Michael. POX: AN AMERICAN HISTORY.
New York Penguin Press 2011 1594202869 / 9781594202865 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Very Good 
422 pp, large 8vo (9 1/2" H). B&w photographs. "At the turn of the last century, a powerful smallpox epidemic swept the United States from coast to coast. The age-old disease spread swiftly through an increasingly interconnected American landscape: from southern tobacco plantations to the dense immigrant neighborhoods of northern cities to far-flung villages on the edges of the nascent American empire. (This book) offers a gripping chronicle of how the nation's continent-wide fight against smallpox launched one of the most important civil liberties struggles of the twentieth-century. At the dawn of the activist progressive era, and during a moment of great optimism about modern medicine, the government responded to the deadly epidemic by calling for universal compulsory vaccination. To enforce the law, public health authorities relied on quarantines, pesthouses, and 'virus squads' - corps of doctors and club-wielding police. Though these measures eventually contained the disease, they also sparked a wave of popular resistance among Americans who perceived them as a threat to their health and to their rights. At the time, antivaccinationists were often dismissed as misguided cranks, but Willrich argues that they belonged to a wider legacy of American dissent that attended the rise of an increasingly powerful movement. While a well-organized antivaccination movement sprang up during these years, many American resisted in subtler ways - by concealing sick family members or forging immunization certificates. 'Pox' introduces us to memorable characters on both sides of the debate, from Henning Jacobson, a Swedish Lutheran minister whose battle against vaccination went all the way to the Supreme Court, to C.P. Wertenbaker, a federal surgeon who saw himself as a medical missionary combating a deadly - and preventable - disease. As Willrich suggests, many of the questions first raised by the turn-of-the-century antivaccination movement are still with us: How far should the government go to protect us from peril? What happens when the interest of public health collide with religious beliefs and personal conscience?" Light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine. Dust jacket has some light edge creasing - mainly at top/bottom of spine. 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE ASSASSINATION OF MARILYN MONROE., Wolfe, Donald H.
153 Wolfe, Donald H. THE ASSASSINATION OF MARILYN MONROE.
Little, Brown, London, 1998, first British edition. 
532 pp, large 8vo (9 7/16" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0316640190 B&w photographs. "The brevity and discrepancies of the initial investigation, the unexplained silence of several key witnesses and the rumours sparked by her relationships with the Kennedy brothers have consistently raised suspicions that the events of Saturday August 4th 1962 did not end as they were officially documented - in the suicide of the world's most famous woman. Now, in this major new investigation, Donald H. Wolfe has succeeded where so many other writers have failed. With the testimony of the two witnesses, John Miner and Norman Jefferies, who always seemed to possess potentially explosive information but had never previously come forward, Wol f e assembles conclusive evidence proving that Marily Monroe was murdered. He not only names her killer and specifies the cause of death, but identifies the men who, acting upon the 'National Security Matter' surrounding Marilyn, orchestrated the su bs e quent cover-up - From the opening description of the lifeless body to the moment-by-moment account of her final days and hours, (this book) explodes every myth concerning her remarkable life and tragic death. It is a truly gripping portrait of on e of the most shocking crimes of the century." Book lightly cocked, one tiny corner bump. Dust jacket has very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, very light rubbing. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
WHAT THEY DIDN'T TEACH YOU ABOUT THE 60s., Wright, Mike.
154 Wright, Mike. WHAT THEY DIDN'T TEACH YOU ABOUT THE 60s.
Presidio, Novato, CA, 2001. 
360 pp, 8vo (8 11/16" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0891417249 "It was the age of Aquarius. It was the Vietnam era. The Greensboro Four sat in and Martin and a few hundred thousand others marched on Washington. In Birmingham Bull Connor t urned out the dogs and turned on the fire hoses. Rock 'n' roll was definitely here to stay. The Beatles made their final American public appearance with the decade barely half past. Camelot died in Dallas. The Great Society foundered on t h e s h o a ls of the Tonkin Gulf. Free speech at Berkeley and not so free speech in Chicago. We didn't have Dick Nixon to kick around anymore and then he won the presidency. Grass wasn't just mowed, it was smoked rolled up in sheets of Zig-Zag. L on g h ai r an d hard hats. The Mets lost more games in one season than any team in the history of baseball and won a World Series. Broadway Joe guaranteed a victory by his upstart Jets over Johnny Unitas's seemingly invincible Baltimore Colts (Y es, m y c hil d, on ce upon a time the Colts belonged to Baltimore) - and delivered. And I haven't even mentioned sex - the pill, summer of love, free love. (The author) tackles the decade in which America changed forever, for better or for wors e. The 60s wer e s o re cent that even if you are a part of the post-baby-boom generation and didn't live through them, you feel like you did. Yet, the 60s ended over thirty years ago. Upon close examination, memories of those halcyon days, whic h s eem so pi cture -per fect in our mind's eye, have acquired the patina, and dust, of history. (Wright) breathes life into our nation's history while spotlighting little-known events and 'rest of the story' details, and always with a fine e ye for the hum an ele ment." One page with tiny crease at top edge. Dust jacket has minor edge wear. Near Fine/Very Good+ 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
THE WISCONSIN FRONTIER., Wyman, Mark.
155 Wyman, Mark. THE WISCONSIN FRONTIER.
Indiana University Press, Bloomington, 1998. 
336 pp, large 8vo (9 3/16" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0253334144 B&w photographs, maps, reproductions. "From French coureurs de bois coursing through its waterways in the seventeenth century to the lumberjacks who rode logs down those sa me rivers in the late nineteenth century, settlers came to Wisconsin's frontier seeking wealth and opportunity. Indians mixed with these newcomers, sometimes helping and sometimes challenging them, often benefiting from their guns, pots, blan k e t s , and other trade items. Besides its natural riches of furs, farmland, wild game, timber, and lead, Wisconsin lay astride the major water route linking the St. Lawrence and the Gulf of Mexico, and it became a contested site as France, Brit ai n, a nd t h e United States fought to control the Upper Lakes. The British were long reluctant to give up this land that they had lost through war and diplomacy, but eventually the victorious Americans arriving in the early nineteenth century tra nsf orm ed the r egion. As population grew, the Indians realized that incoming groups wanted land as well as furs, and a series of struggles erupted that eventually left Chippewas, Menominees, and the 'New York Indians' with reservations. The Win neba goes an d Po taw atomis obtained smaller holdings; but many of them, as well as members of tribes such as the Foxes and Sacs, were moved beyond the Mississippi under government treaties. The settlers' frontier produced a state with enorm ous e thnic vari ety, but its unruliness worried distant govermental and religious authorities, who soon dispatched officials and missionaries to help guide the new settlements. By 1900 an era was rapidly passing, leaving Wisconsin's peoples with tradi tions of opt imism and self -government, but confronting them also with tangled cutover lands and game scarcities that were a legacy of the settlers' belief in the inexhaustible resources of the frontier." Minor wrinkling at top/bottom of s pine. Dust j acket h as som e ver y min or edge wrinkling. Near Fine/Near Fine 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
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