1- BRODIE, Walter: Pitcairn's Island, and the Islanders, in 1850. . Together with Extracts from His Private Journal, and a Few Hints Upon California;... Whittaker & Co. 1851, first edn. With one plate and two portraits. PP: 260 (Including a list of subscribers). ¾ calf; little rubbed; 2- Belcher, Lady: The Mutineers of the Bounty & their descendants in Pitcairn & Norfolk Islands. 1870, 1st. edn, with engraved map and 7 plates. Cont. half leather; rubbed; 3- Allward, Maurice: Pitcairn Island refuge of the Bounty Mutineers. 1st. edn. Signed by author and a number of descendants on the inside cover, half title and title pages; original wrapper; 4- Barlow, J: Description of Pitcairn’s Island and its inhabitants.. NY, Harper, 1832 (Harpers Family library), with 2 plates. Boards detached and lacking the lower one; 5- Young, R A: Mutiny of the Bounty & the story of Pitcairn Island 1790 – 1894. Pacific press, no date. Original cloth; 6- Murray, T B: Pitcairn: The Island, the people, and the Pastor; with a Short Account of the Mutiny of the Bounty. No date, c1885. Original boards, rubbed. (6)
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