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Vendeur: full_throttle_parts_and_books (145) 100%, Lieu où se trouve: Dayton, Ohio, Lieu de livraison: US et de nombreux autres pays, Numéro de l'objet: 113756608600 Early American Inns and Taverns by Elise Lathrop Illustrated from Photographs Thomas M. McBride Publishing Company, New York 1926 1926 First Edition published by Robert M McBride. Copyright and title pages both state "1926". All Tudor Publishing editions are reprints, though they are often erroneously identified as 1st editions. Blue with gold gilt titles. Right fore edges deckled or rough cut. 8vo; 365 pages. Frontispiece & approx 90 glossy, B&W photographs of interiors and exteriors on plates. Condition: Read only condition hardcover. Lacks dust jacket. Would be very good condition, but the back board is bent and creased from being packaged and shipped improperly. It's hard to see in the photo, but the board is still pretty strong. The front hinge is weak, but not cracked. The covers are otherwise rubbed at the usual pressure points in moderation. Not much wear to the gilt lettering. The top edge is dusty. No previous owner marks. End pages are tanned. The yellowed/tanned text pages are still securely bound in. The photo pages on cream stock paper have minor yellowing. Very clean text block with no signs of foxing. SEE PHOTOS BELOW. The photos scanned below of photos inside the book are stock photos that may not show the page yellowing. Detailed Description of Book Contents Full of vignettes, customs, anecdotes and ways of the olden days in Early America. A very comprehensive volume and the ultimate resource on early American inns and taverns, their owners and visitors. "The author has gathered the romance and historic story of more than 1300 early American Inns and Taverns. The book will be found inclusive, authoritative and definitive. Certain necessary limitations have been set, for example, on the Atlantic seaboard no inn less than 100 years old has been included, while in the West, where settlement has been more recent, 75 years." Stories of more than 1300 early American Inns & Taverns, including all 48 states. All the Atlantic Seaboard Inns are over 175 years old at least, while in the West, where settlement had been more recent, the Inns are all at least 150 years old with a few exceptions. Illustrated with many b&w historic photographs. An essential piece of American history. The author has realized to the full the picturesque drama of old posting days, and has recreated this romantic and colorful past as a background across which her narrative moves with a vitality that never slackens. Strange mysteries haunt more than one old inn; tales of murder and elopement; stories of secret meetings, of plotters and revolutionists; and an enlivening touch of humor. The tavern played a very important role in colonial times, and enjoyed real repute. Interesting stories related to colonial times, the American Revolution and more. Private family, tavern keeper, political, and war stories, etc. A full list of illustrations, a partial list of inns & taverns and the introduction to the book follow below. MY LIST OF TAVERNS BELOW IS INCOMPLETE - use "Ask seller a question" and I will look up your interest. CHAPTERS New York City to Springfield Massachusetts Springfield to Boston Deerfield & Hadley Boston Taverns Another Route from New York to New Haven & Rhode Island Old Inns of New Hampshire & Vermont Maine Inns Long Island Staten Island & New Jersey Inns Pennsylvania Inns Philadelphia Inns More PA Inns Delaware & Maryland Inns Southern Ordinaries Inns in Ohio & Erie County, PA Inns of New York State Some Middle West Inns Kentucky & Missouri Inns Bibliography A Record of Inns by Towns & States ILLUSTRATIONS Hotel or Inn=¹ Tavern=² House=³ ARROW ROCK OLD BROOKFIELD ¹ BUCKINGHAM GREENE ~ BURNHAM ¹ CAMBRIDGE OLD ¹ CAMBRIDGE JUNCTION WALKER CAMDEN MIFFLIN CANAAN LAWERENCE CONCORD WRIGHT CUMBERLAND County OLD ¹ DAYTON NEWCOM'S DELTON WASHBURNE DIXON NACHUSA DORSET HUMPHREY ~ KENT ELIZABETHTOWN HILL - BROWN PUSEY, ELK HORN FARMINGTON ELM TREE FRANKFORD JOLLY POST FREDRICK OLD STONE ~ ROSE HILL MANOR FREDRICKSBURG RISING SUN GREENBUSH WADE GREENVILLE BEDWELL'S ~ McCULLOUGH GWYNEDD WILLIAM PENN HARRISBURG HENDRYSBURG PIONEER HINGHAM OLD ORDINARY IPSWICH YE OLD ¹ JEFFERSON CITY McCARTY'S ¹ JOHNSTOWN BLACK HORSE KEENE OLD ¹ ~ WYMAN, KING OF PRUSSIA ¹ LEWISTON FRONTIER LEXINGTON BUCKMAN ~ MUNROE LITCHFIELD SHELDON LYME ALDEN MACHIAS BURNHAM MADISON BOTTLE HILL McCONNELLSBURG FULTON MERIDEN YE 1711 CLUB MONTGOMERY OLD ALABAMA ¹ MT. HOLLY ARCADE ¹ MUNFORDSVILLE MUNFORD ¹ NAAMAN'S CREEK ROBINSON NEW MADRID OLD ¹ NEWFANE ¹ PEMBROKE KIMBALL PENACOOK BONNEY COLLEGEVILLE PERKIOMEN BRIDGE POMFRET GROSVENOR ¹ EAST POULTNEY MAIN ST ~ WASHINGTON ¹ ~ PRINCESS ANNE PARIS ASHBY PAWTUCKET BALLOU'S QUEENSVILLE OLD ¹ RHINEBECK BEEKMAN ARMS ST FRANCISVILLE ¹ SAUK CITY SCARSDALE WOMAN'S CLUB SOUTHPORT STUART STONERIDGE SALLY TOCK'S STRAITSVILLE COLLINS Wayside ¹ SWATHMORE BLACK HORSE THOMPSON VERNON STILES WESTBOROUGH FORBUSH'S WiNSTON - SALEM SALEM WOODBURY CURTIS WRIGHTSTOWN TOWNSHIP OLD ANCHOR ~ SIGN O THE GREEN TEAPOT ~ YANCEY'S MILLS YORK YE OLDE VALLEY ¹ ZANESVILLE HEADLY OLD SIGN OF BEN GROSVENOR BLACK HORSE RED LION OLD SIGN BOARD OF THE RED LION PARTIAL LIST of Inns, Hotels, Taverns, Ordinaries, Mansion, Farmhouses, Homes & Houses, etc by State (No building listed after the location usually indicates a building of the same name as that location. A * means it’s a house. Locations are in italics.) ALABAMA Blakeley’s Burn; Fowler Fort Dale; log cabin Fort Mitchell Crowell; Royston Greenville Taylor*; Cooker; Longmyre; Mrs Lucas; Macdavid; Macmillan; Mrs Mills; Peeble; Price Leighton; Line Creek; Montgomery Bonum*; First; Globe; Wood Murder Creek; Pole Cat Springs; Uchee Bridge ARKANSAS Elk Horn CONNECTICUT Ashford Perkins Bethlehem Bellamy Racon Canaan Captain Lawrence Centrebrook Williams 1826 Cheshire Beach Clinton; Danbury Brookfield; Taylor Murder Creek Grove Catlin; Hanks; Phelps*; Sheldon; Red Manchester Buckland; Olcott; Richard Pitkin; Woodbridge Meriden Ye 1711 Club Middletown; Milford Clark New Haven Morse New London Mme Knight Norwalk; North Branford Oakdale 1769 Norwich Major Durkee; Hyde; Lathrop; Leffingwell; Peck; Teel*; Waterman; Witter Ridgefield Keeler Saybrook Uriah & Ann Hayden South Windsor Bissell; Stoughton Suffield; Thompson Stiles Union City Porter Waterbury Tontine Watertown Bishops 1800 Windsor Centre Windsor Betsy Kob Tea-Room Woodbury Curtis* Woodstock Arnold; William Bowen 1782 Worthington Fuller DE Camden Mifflin* Canterbury Caldwell Dover Biddle; Harris; The George; John Rees Duck Creek Brick Naaman’s Creek Robinson* Newark Hotel; St Patrick New Castle Gilpin; Packet Red Lion ; Wilmington Buck; Cross Keys; Foul Anchor; Hs that Jack Built-Bull Frog; Happy Retreat; Gibson*-Lynch* FLORIDA St Augustine Fatio* GEORGIA Savannah Tondee ILLINOIS Alton Hunter* Belvidere Doty Cairo Halliday Charleston; Chicago Sherman*; Dickenson; Lake Hs; Mansion*; Sauganash; Tremont Decatur Harrell-Claudess-Hanks-St Nichols Dixon Nachusa Edwardsville Wabash Galesburgh Gale* Garden Prairie Ames Geneseo; Grand-de-Tour; Lebanon Mermaid Naperville; Newbury; Peoria; Princeton; Rock Island Island City Shawneetown Rawlings* INDIANA Akron Strong Center Township; Centerville Tav; Lashlaey Columbus Jones* Fulton; Greenfield Chapman Indianapolis; Laurel Le Gro; Madison Arlington; Honore; Madison; Pugh; Western Pierceton Ryerson* Queensville; Richmond Baldwin; Buhl; Cheeseman-Vaughan; Gilbert; Harter; Jeffries; Justice; Kibbey-Paige; Lacey; Nixon; Sloan; Starr; Vaughn Rochester Lawhead; Ralston* Sycamore Valley Neal; Clawson 1818 Terri Haute; Wabash IOWA Des Moines Campbell Dubuque Beaubien; Bell; Dickinson Temperance; Key City; Lorimer-Wales*; Waples-Julian Dubuque Keokuk KANSAS Whiskey Lake KY Bardstown; Bryantsville Burnt Covington Callaghan; Tackett Elizabethtown Hill* Frankfort Golden Eagle; Cole Bad; Daily Harrodsburg; Lexington Brent; Sheaf of Wheat; Mrs Keen-Phoenix Louisville Galt* Marysville January Millersburg Waller Munfordsville Munford Olympian Springs; Paducah Doc Thomas; Hays Fox*; St Francis Paris; Elbert LOUISIANA New Orleans Mme Fournier; Le Veau Qui Tete; Tremoulet Opelousas La Combe 1801 St Francisville Bath Shepard Durham; Fort Halifax; Freeport Codman-Jameson Kennebunk Mousam* 1777 Kittery Bray; Carswell Machias Burnham Montpelier Seth Munson Portland; Wells Jefford pre-1750 York Pitt MD Annapolis Coffee Hs; Carvel Hall; Peggy Stewart Baltimore Carrollton; General Wayne; Golden Horn; Hand; Kaminsaky; Larsh; Maypole; Myers; Payne; Stenson; Three Tuns; White Swan; Hawes; Red* Boonesboro Galexin; Slifer; Fosnack Claysville Kelley Clear Spring Kershaw; Kensel College Park Rossburg Cotocket Gelzendamer; Hagan Cumberland Black; Blue Springs; Edwards; Evans; Kelso; Mahaney; Mallingly; Plumer; Shipley; Everstine; Six Miles*; Clary Ellicott Mills Earlocker Flintstone Elbow; Huddleson; Piper-Howard; Liebetter Frederick MIller; Rose Hill Funkstown Ashton; Wate Grantsville Gillis-Sheers; Lehman; Shultz*; Steiner; Delavain-Deans; Haldaman-Smouse Hagerstown Wrench; Newcomer Hancock Jacob Brosius; Downer; Mann; Norris Indian Spring Snider; Bevan; Barnett Keyser’s Ridge Stoddard; Fairall; Augustine*; Fear-Bane-Carlisle; Reynolds-Waller; Wood Little Meadows Endsley-Thistle; Tomlinson Martin’s Mountain Street; Osford-Hager; Slifer Middletown Riddlemoser; Tetlow; McGruder Pine Orchard Dehoff; Goslin; Brown Stand; whalen; Warfield Piney Grove Fairall-Cade-Cross; Wagoner-Cade Polish Mountain Fletcher Poplar Springs Dorsie; McPherson Pratt’s Hollow Hamilton; McGruder Sand Springs Ward-Sutton-Conrod; Beall; Cheney-Conrod; Recknor Sideling Hill Ashkettle Snib Hollow Alder; Widow Turnbull Zettle Town Hill Bevan-Luman; Dennis Hobletell-Cessna MA Acushnet Old; Jabez pre-1710 Andover Abbott Amherst Boltwood Arlington Cooper; Nash 1785 Ashley Wyman Barnstable; Bedford Reed 1727 Billerica; Blandford Job Almy; Robert Black-Colonel Pease; Blair; Boies; Gibbs; Luke Hall; Hatch-Noble; Deacon Knox; Parks; Pease-Ashmun; Scott; Lloyd; Porter; Sloper; Baird-Bartholomew; Harroun-Sinnett-Bruce; Norton & Ely; Taggart Boston British Coffee; Castle; Cole; Eastern Stage*; Green Dragon; Hudson 1640; Brigham; Adams* site; Pollard; Royal Exchange; NY Stage; Wallace; Whig; Wolfe; Robbins Brookfield; Ayers Burlington Winn’s 3 Spread; Eagles Cambridge Blue Anchor 1652; Porter Charlestown 3 Cranes Chelmsford Manning Concord Buss-Willard; Wright* Danvers Berry; Browne Hall; Gideon Putnam Dedham Lieutenant Fisher 1658-Ames Deerfield Frary* Douglas Moses Hill 1793 Suxbury Collins; Southworth; Sprague East Brookfield Thomas Ball; Wait Eastham Colling Easton Oldest* Essex Half Way* Fairhaven Elliott 1714; Marcy; Moore; Pratte; South Fitchburg Upton Florence Warner Gloucester Ellery* Greenfield Wells Groton Emerson; Keep’s-Groton; Richardson Haverhill Bliss-Coolidge Hingham; Ipswich Bartholomew; Belcher; Compton; Leimpkins; Payne; Perkins; Peters; Ringe; Roberts; Ross; Stewart; Treadwell; Wade; Whipple; Moses Pengryn; Ye Olde Burnham Lancaster Houghton; Whit; Willard 1690 Lexington Munroe; Littleton Lawrence Marlboro Williams-Gates* Martha’s Vineyard; Medford Mead; Porter Milton Wilde New Bedford George East; Loydon; Nelson; Parker Newbury Brewster; Calder; Coffyn; Dexter*; Greenleaf; Lambert; Lynt; Marsh’s; Mason Arms-Harrod; Plumer; Poore; Prescott; Illsley; Richardson; Sewall; Tracey* N Bloomfield Benton Northborough Capt Eager Northfield Doolittle; Shelton Oxford; Palmer Scott Paxton; Plymouth; Bradford; Howland Prescott Conkey 1758 Roxbury Greyhound Shirley Sawtell Shrewsbury Balch; Farrar-Pease; Harrington; Arcade South Hadley College South Lancaster Bowers Smith’s Mills; Spencer Jenks Sutton Woodbury Truro; Wareham Fearing Wayland Pequod-Wayland Westborough Amsden Gale; Brigham-Westborough; Forbush West Brookfield; Westfield Goodenough-Morgan; Holcomb*; Gad Palmer West Newbury Boynton; Pearson; Sawyer Weston Golden Ball; Flagg Woburn Winn* Worcester Sykes Coffee & Stage*; Thomas MICHIGAN Dearborn Tenyat Detroit Botsford-Jennings-Martindale*; Lander*; Russell-Pontchartrain; Smyth; Steamboat Detroit Wales Jackson Howell*; Lansing *; Hudson*; National Nankin Adams; Cahoon Perrinsville; Pine Run McLean Saline Keats Schwarzburg; Tekonsha Hemingway White Pigeon; Ypsilanti Whitmore MINNESOTA St Paul Barlow*; Rice Stillwater Dalles*; Sawyer* Taylor Falls MO Arrow Rock; Boone Lick Weston Bowling Green Mann Doniphan; Gallatin Stolling Greenville Bedwell Jefferson City McCarty Kansas City Gillie* Loytre Lick Van Bibber Medill Ensign Myrtle Bellissime New Madrid; Perryville White St Charles Emmons; Little French St Louis Charles Boarding*; Planters Versailles NH Boscawen Coich; Corser; Little; Pearson Concord Stickney Dexter Folsom Dorset Cephas Kent Dunbarton Clifford Fitzwilliam Goldsmith Hillsboro Pierce Hopkinton Perkins Keene Chandler-Holland; Dunbar-Crystal Cafe; Lyon & the Brazen Ball-Phoenix; Ralston; Richardson; Shirtleff-Harrington; Wyman Lyme Alden Pembroke Kimball Portsmouth Purcell*; Pitt-Stavers; Rockingham Tarleton Lake Tarleton 1774 Walpole Carpenter; Craft West Keene Sawyer NJ Alloway; Ardena Oyr* Basking Ridge Larzelere; White Bergen Point Van Tile Blairstown; Bordentown Kester Bound Brook Middlebrook; Stanbury; Tunison; Bridgeton; Camden Cooper; Fish* Chew’s (Landing) Cadd Clarksburg Willow Tree Clinton Bonnell Deerfield; Elizabeth Cornelisse; Roebuck Everettstown Town Larison Corners; Unionville Fort Lee Burdett Franklinville George Cake Freehold Craig; Monmouth*; Belmont* Greenwich; Hackensack Hs; Tav; Ackerman; Albany Stage Coach*; Mrs Watson; Douw Hackettstown Leonard; Windsor Haddonfield Creighton; Indian Chief Harrington Demarest Hohokus Hopper Hope; Johnson Log Gaol Kingston Van Tilburgh; Withington Lambertville Coryel Lower Suankum Paul Sear Madison Brant; Bottle Hill Mannington TWP Deer Park Morristown Freeman-Hayden; Ford; Dickenson Mt Ephraim Edward Middleton Mount Holly Arcade; Mills Street Newark Major Sayre; Tuttle New Brunswick Ann Balding; Parkway Newton Bassett; Cochran*; Hoppaugh-Ward*; Dowling Oldman’s TWP Jericho; Pedricktown; Pennsville; Quinton Orange Mumm Paterson Godwin Perth Amboy Crown-Packer*; Brighton-Westminster Pittstown Lld Century Princeton Tav; Nassau Saddle River Van Houten Salem Green; Hall 1691 Schooley’s Mountain 4 Sharpstown; Somerville Wood Trenton Bispham; Legioner Union Meeker Upper Pittsgrove Pole Westville Toppin Woodbridge; Woodbury Death of the Fox; Seven Stars; Jesse Smith-Caul Woodsboro Pole; Woodsboro* NY Albany Bement; Columbia; Fifth Ward; Lewis Amsterdam Pride-Conrad Auburn Inn; Bodine Avon; Ballston Spa Aldrich; Bromeling; Douglas; McMaster Batavia Lukel Beckers; Corners; Caledonia; Canandaigua Blossom Carmel Conkling; Luddington; McLean; Washburne; Weeks Cayuga Col Goodwin Chesterville Beardsley; Lapaugh; Leuvens; Pierce Clarkesville Bogardus’ Bright; Cheeseboro; Houck; Ingraham; Jenkins Claverack; Cortland Hs; Dusenberry; Messenger East Berne Stafford Eastchester Crawford; Romy Guion Elmsford Storms-Ledger* Fishkill Mme Egremont; Griffin Four Corners Flanagan Geneva Powell Hartford Hosmer Hudson Inn; Worth* Hurd’s Corners; Hurstville Hagadorn Johnstown Burke Place; Fon Claire-Potter; Tice; Yellow; Yost Kinderhook 2nd; Benedict Arnold; Grey Swan; Hudson; Quackenbos; Van Buren Le Roy Auntie Wemple; Austin; Fort Hill; Ganson; Lent; Robertson-Wiss*; Wilbur Lewiston Frontier*; Kellogg Little Falls Carr; Spraker Mamaroneck Lawrence Milltown White Newburgh Albertson; Weigand New Rochelle Besley NYC Astor*; McGown-Red*; Brannan’s Road*; Broadway; Cape; Cato; Cook; Creiger-Burns; Dove; Drover; Giraerdy or Gerritson-Staat’s Herberg; Greenwich; Hoyatt or Hyatt-Cox; Kingsbridge; La Chair; Madison Cottage; Martling; Montagne; White*; Myer; Nassau St; Old Tom’s-Ye Olde Shop*; Post; Fraunces; Water St House of Entertainment; ebber Onondaga (Hollow) Tyler Patterson Crosby; David; Haviland Pavilion; Pawlins Log* Poughkeepsie; Famers;; Hinckley; Rider-Cunningham-Myer-Pomfret* Quality Hill Webb Red Hook; Rhinebeck Beekman; Bowery; Thomas Rhinecliff Kip Rye Byam River; Van Sicklen Schenectady Beale; Given; Clench; Douw; Humphrey; Truax Schodack Centre; Skaneateles Andrews Sodom; South Berne McKinley South Bethlehem Elishana Janes Stoneridge Sally Tock Sullivan Streerhar Syracuse Cossett Utica Trowbridge Warwick Baird Watervliet Kloet Westmoreland Mrs Cary; Laird West Point; White Plains Hatfield; Oakley Yonkers Abbey; Arlington; Getty*; Park Hil LONG ISLAND Coram Inn; Goldsmith Greenport Clark*; Hampton Bays Canoe Place Hollis Goetz Huntington Rachel Chichester Mattituck* Middle Islam; Setauket Roe STATEN ISLAND Bennett’s Bloomingview Castleton Corners Bodines Fort Wadsworth Cliff New Dorp Fountain*; Rose & Crown Port Richmond Deeker* Princess Bay Purdy; Red Horse Richmond Cucklestone Rossville Le Vaud-O’Neill Sailors’ Snug Harbor Stone Jug St George King N CAROLINA Barclaysville; Danbury McCauley Edenton Hornblow-Bay View Hillsboro Occoneechee-Corbinton-Colonial Raleigh Lane; Peter Casso Southport Stuart* Winston-Salem Salem OH Bridgeport Chambers; Cusic-Neal; McCaffrey;s; McMahon; Rhodes; Woodman* Cambridge Bute; Ferguson; Grimes; Hershing; Hutchinson; Metcalf; Moore; Needham; Pollard; Tingle; Carran; Dixon; Grumore; Laird; Leeper; Lewis; McDonald; Scinefrank; Sutton Champaign Cty O.K.* Cincinnati Avery Cleveland Carter; Doan Columbus Neal* Dayton McCullom; Newcom Elizabethtown Craylor; Widow Drake Fairview Bradshaw; Gleave; Armstrong; Ferrell; Taylor Fultonham Fulton Hendrysburg Pioneer Lebanon; Middletown Hays; Thompson; Briggs; Speer; Morristown Bynum; Lippincott; Hoover; Taylor Muskingum Cty McCloud; McKinney Painesville Rider-West Painesville-Randell St Clairsville Chamberlain; Hoover; Neiswanger Sandusky; Upper Sandusky Cabin Washington Beymer; Colley; Davis; Griffith; McCuen; McMurry; Nice; Shaw; James Smith; Slater; Waterman; Slain Xenia Collier; Log Zanesville; Blue Lion; Headley; McNutt; McIntyre; Probasco PA Beallsville Bennington-Gutter; Greenfield; Cluggage-Denison; Chambers-Demore Berwyn Peggy Dane; Spring* Bethlehem Crown; Inn for Indians; Sun Birdsboro Mansion* Braddock’s Grove Shaw Braddock’s Run Risler Bridgeport Bar-Kimber*; Riley* Broad Axe Inn; Split Crow Brownsville Beckley; Brasher*; Hezlof-Workman*; Reynolds-Marshal* Buckingham Gen Greene Centre Square Wagon Centreville Constitution; Lashley; Riggle-Dutton; Railley; Riggle-Colley-Whitsall; Bracken-Jeffrey Chad’s Ford Battlefield Chalk Hill Downer-Rush (two)-Shipley-Olivine; McClean-Hadden; Snyder Chester Pennell; Stacey* Clayville Bazil; Callahan; Conkling; McIlree; Purviance; Watkins Coatesville Speakman* Concordville Pineapple Coon Island Canodes-Brotherton; Alexander; Beck; gilfillan; Kode; Lawson; Rhodes-Gilfillan; Valentine; White Douglasville Shirley Dublin Schoolfield East Hanover TWP Adam Harper (two) Easton Barnet*; Kaeshlein*; Lefebvre; Opp; Stirling; Uhler; Vernon Ferry*; White Edgmont TWP The Drove Elm Grove Blackburn; Carter; Mrs Goodman Erie Bueler*; Dickson*; Presque Isle; Ryan; Wigerville; Willis* Fairview; Flourtown Wagon & Horse Fortside Blue-Fortside On Fort Loudon & Chambersbug Road Bratton; Gillan; Old; White*; Bart Zeiger Frankford Golden Fleece; Jolly Post Boy; Robin Hood-Cedar hill; Lewis; Sorrel Horse; Ale*; Wheat sheaf Gallagherville Gap; Clemson; Penn Gardenville Plow Geiger’s Mills The Plow; The Running Pump Germantown McKinnett-Hornet & many other forgotten names Girard Marin* Hanover McAllister Harleyville The Stag Hatboro Crooked Billet Hillsboro Beck-Ringland-Railly etc; Riggle; Phelps-Powell; Youman; Harting; Hughes-Upland*; Plymire; Ward Intercourse At the Hat; Duke of Connaught Irwinna Riverside; Jeffersonville Inn; The Trooper Jenkintown Barley Sheaf-Cottman*; The Ivy 1682 Jockey Hollow Probasco; Ban Sickles; Wyatt Keyser’s Ridge Auld-Beckley; Reynold; Wilson Knauer’s Furlow Kutztown Black Bear; Kemp* Lancaster Basamen; Canestoga; Globe; Michael; Hen & Chickens; Manor*; Pitt; Postlethwaite; Shober; Wagon; Sorrel Horse Laurel Hill Slack Lima Black* Lime Kiln Oley Line Malden; McConnellsburg Fulton* Media Anvil Menataway Pleasantville Mercersburg Fegley; Mansion* Middletown TWP Polly 1737 Monroe Dennison-Fry; Gen Wayne-Deford*; McMaster-Hair; Monroe*; Morris; Shipley*; Skiles Monro Springs; Morgantown; Mount Augusta Bryant; Bush*; Collier; Tush; Frazer; Inks* Mt Hope Logan*; Mount* Mount Penn Dengler Mt Washington Conway; Ewing-Sanpey; Mauler Nazereth; Rose Newbury Jenning; Snow-Lenhart-Letzger New Hope N East Hayne Palatine Bridge Vincent Pancake Tettig; Ringland Paradise Free Masons; Reynold Petersburg Abram-Skinner-Clary; McMullen-Mitchell; Wentling-Risler Connelly Philadelphia Boatswain & Call; Brig & Scow; Bunyan’s Pilgrim; Clark-Coach & Horses; Crooked Billet; Dolphin; Durham Ox; Four Als; Guest; Hughes; Mullen Beefsteak*; Penny Pot*-Jolly Tar; Poore; The Quiet Woman; Raleigh; 3 Crowns; 3 Jolly Sailors; Top Gallant; Two Sloops; New Binham; Valley Green; New Theatre; White Lamb; Yellow Cottage; Irish; Ludwick; Midway*; Mills; Plough Quakerstown Red Lion Rankinton Spalding-Rankin; Bedillion; Caldwell; Coulson; Smith Reading Federal; Witman Richmond TWP Eliason; Eslepp Roney’s Point Beck; Bentley-Kimberley Sadsbury Waterloo Searight’s Gray-Risler; Wilkes Brown; Brubaker; Abel Colley Hatfield; Red; Wallace-Baily Skippack; Slaymaker’s; Kinzer Somerfield Blucher; Endsley; Kinkead Soudersburg; South Bridge Brownlee; Caldwell; Widow McClelland Springmill Ferry & Boathouse Swanville Nicholson; Nicholson* Swarthmore Rose Tree Trappe Shepherd Triadelphia Foster Uniontown Margaret Allen; Brownfield; Brunswick; Salter; Fulton-Moran*; Clinton*; Wiggins; Culp; Gregg*; Jolly Irishman; manypennny; McCleary*; McClure; McNiman; Rowland; Pierson Sayers; Seaton*; Sellers; Slack; Walker*; Weaver-McClelland; Darlington-Colley; Moxley; Hart; Wiffins* Vintage Williamstown Washington Acklin; Adams; Catfish Camp; Colwell-Means; Commodore Perry; Dodd; Donaldson-Workman; Falconer; Gen Brown; Gen Wayne; Green*; Kirk; Lane; Dr Lemoyne-Good; Manuel; Meetkirk; Schmidt; Huston*; Travelers & Stage Coach-Railroad; Globe; White Goose-Valentine’s-Allison*-Siegel-Henry; Spread Eagle Wattsburg; Wernersville Brinckley Whitpain Wentz Willistown; Willow Grove; Winding Ridge Blucher; Wable-Augustine; Welsh Womelsdorf Seltzer Yellow House; York Tav; Ye Olde Valley; Schultz*; Ten Mile*; Wolf RI Barrington Gifford Bristol Ferry; Champlin’s; Charleston Gen staunton Lime Rock Mowry Newport Pitt; Townsend N Kingston Haven Pawtucket Ballou Providence Amidon; Bull Dog; Whipple; Mowry-Abbott*; Sabin; Seahen-Barker; Turpin Quinswicket Eleazer Arnold Smithfield Beer; Greenville 1730 Warren; Wickford Phillips Woonsocket Arnold SOUTH CAROLINA Camden Eagle & Harp; Ballard Charleston Broad Path; Quarter* Georgetown Oak; Winyah Greenville McCullough* St Paul’s Parish Rantowles* TENNESSEE Bean Station; Blountsville Deery Crab Orchard; Franklin Beech Jonesborough Chester Kingsport; Knoxville; Memphis Bell; Gayoso Nashville Black Bob; City; Clark; Granny White; Mud Rogersville Rogers VT Bennington Catamount; Walloomsac Chimney Point; Newfane; N Bennington Bert Henry Sudbury Hyde West Brattleboro Hays Westminster; Windsor Patrick VIRGINIA Abington; Aldie William Weam West or Watts Alexandria Braddock*; Gadsby Berry’s Ferry Ashby Auburn Nevill Ordinary Boyd’s; P. O. Shepherd Free Union Michie Fredericksburg Maury; Livingston Greenwood; Hanover; Ivy Hardindale Louisa Cty Cuckoo Middleburg Beverage* Paris Ashby Rony’s Point Dagg Staunton Clarksville Stony Point Pinch-em-Slyly Yancey’s Mills Green Teapot Yorktown Ye Olde English Williamsburg Raleigh WASHINGTON Moclif’s The Limit WEST VIRGINIA Clarksburg; Kanawha Falls Stockton Lewisburg Star Pleasant Valley Blakely Wheeling Beymer; Beymer; Bradfield; McCortney; Monroe*; Mosier; Teeter; Steenrod; Rhodes-Beagler WISCONSIN Baraboo; Cassville; Delton Washburne East Troy Cobblestone Fairfield Sandwich* Genesee Treadwell Green Bay Arndt; Astor* Greenbush Wade Hale’s Corners Dreyfuss Janesville Road Martin; Smith Jumean Burr Oak Kilburne Red Mequon; Merrimack Ferry* Mineral Point Hood; Moore; Nichols Milton Goodrich both Milwaukee Forest* Mukwonago Camp Okauchee McConnell Prairie-du-Sac Briggs* Sauk Cty Harrisburg; Webster; Spring Green* Theresa Rock River* Truesdell Kincaid Waterford; Waukesha Prairie* Wilmot INTRODUCTION The demands of modern travelers for the latest conveniences & equipment are undoubtedly in part responsible for the disappearance or conversion to other uses of some of the historic inns or taverns of colonial & later times. Yet when these have survived, their stout construction, the solid beams & planks used in building by our forefathers, insured far longer lives than will fall to many modern structures. Occasionally, old inns have survived by virtue of historical societies which have therein enshrined themselves, & carefully preserved the houses from the inroads of time. The played a very important role in colonial times. Edward Field, in his delightful book, The Colonial Tavern, speaks of the intimate relation between such inns & the old meetinghouses in New England. The inn or tavern was the place where people went to warm & refresh themselves after long services in meeting houses, where the only heat came from foot warmers brought by members of the congregation. This explains why the tavern was always close to the church. Mr. Field further says that beer was the common drink of these first settlers, who drank water only from necessity, & early arranged to import stronger liquors from the mother country, of which liquors women & children, as well as men took. Licenses for taverns were easily obtained on condition that "good rule & order be maintained." Selectmen were indeed anxious that taverns be opened, but there was much grumbling when occasionally in those early days a tavern keeper showed prohibition tendencies. The terms tavern, inn, & ordinary were not always interchangeable. The name tavern was usually given in New England & New York State; in Pennsylvania, inn was more common; in the South, ordinary was the general term. Sometimes inn & tavern were employed to distinguish between a mere drinking place & one where meals also were served. Coffee house was another term which by no means meant that only coffee was sold. Some localities scorned the word inn as "too English." Not until after the Revolution was hotel or house in general use. Old inns or taverns have sometimes played a prominent part in the affairs of our country. Thomas Jefferson wrote the Declaration of Independence in the Indian Queen Tavern, Philadelphia, where he was staying at the time; many stirring meetings were held before the outbreak of the War of the Revolution in taverns whose landlords were in sympathy with the cause of the patriots. Fraunces’ Tavern was one such, & there were many others. The Green Dragon, in Boston, was headquarters for the Whig Party; Ohio Land Company originated in another Boston Tavern, The Bunch of Grapes; Frankfort was chosen as Kentucky’s seat of government in Brent & Love’s Tavern in Lexington. Fortunately, increase in travel with the automobile has awakened the proprietors of some of these old buildings, still used as inns, to their historic value. New proprietors have furthermore hunted out & leased other houses of Revolutionary or earlier period, and, opening them as inns or tearooms, boast of their age & interest. The motorist often comes across these in most unexpected spots. Equally of course, many are left unvisited because they are slightly off the beaten track, or because the speed at which the average motorist travels barely permits a glimpse of "1711" or "1777" on a signboard or over the door. Perhaps some of these hurried travelers would pause if they knew just where some of these old inns were located, & what of interest they offer. Because of the necessity for setting a definite age for the term "old" to cover, practically no inn of the eastern & southern sections of this country less than one hundred years old has been included. The majority are much older. But in more recently settled states, the age limit has been fixed at approximately seventy - five years, although a few still older will be found. As to states omitted, California’s state historian is responsible for the statement that, to the best of his knowledge, not a single old inn survives in that state. Here, as in Florida, New Mexico, Arizona & much of Texas & Louisiana, during Spanish occupation, such travelers as passed usually found lodgings in convents or monasteries, in private homes or in the governors’ residences, sometimes involuntarily in the dungeons of the latter. Colorado dates practically from the gold discoveries, & in other states, if travelers were not lodged in private homes, they stayed in such temporary, makeshift shacks that these have long since disappeared from the memories of even the oldest inhabitants. In the index, two signs will be found prefixed to the names of many inns. An asterisk indicates that the old inn (or in a few cases the old residence now used as such) is still in operation either as a hotel or tea room. Occasionally, as mentioned, a new building now occupies the old site. A dagger indicates that the former tavern is owned & occupied by some patriotic or civic society, in which case those interested can usually arrange to see its interior. Of the other inns or taverns listed in the index, many are not mentioned in the text, for the reason that they are no longer standing or are so transformed into private residences that it is difficult now to recognize them as old inns. Although much effort has been expended to make this record complete, it can not possibly be so, for there undoubtedly existed many more old inns, & probably some of these, in out - of - the - way spots, or so altered long ago as to have ceased to be remembered as inns, are still standing. For reference purposes, all of the inns along the "Old Pike" mentioned by Mr. Thomas B. Searight, in his The Old Pike & by Dr. Julius F. Sachse in his Wayside Inns on the Lancaster Road have been included in the index. Buyer pays USPS shipping: Media Mail or Priority. Ships within 2 business days. A tracking number will be provided by eBay via email or by going to your MyEbay page. Due to the nature of books, the book cannot be returned unless it has been misrepresented by the seller in significant way. In such a case, the seller pays the return shipping costs. Buyers who win multiple listings can request a Combined Shipping Invoice to reduce shipping costs. Click here to see my other eBay items for sale! Track Page Views WithAuctiva's FREE Counter Condition: Acceptable, Condition: Read only condition. See item description for complete condition details., History: Architecture, Year: Printed 1926, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States, Topic: Architectural Heritage, Format: Hardcover, Author: Elise Lathrop, Subject: Architecture & History, Publication Year: 1926, Language: English, Special Attributes: 1st Edition

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