Banvard, Joseph. Plymouth and the Pilgrims: or Incidents of Adventure in the History of the First Settlers; New Edition Revised and Enlarged. Boston: D. Lothrop Company, 1886. 
Teal decorated cloth, old stains & scuffing to binding, 5 x 7 1/4 inches, Lloyd T. Sprinkle's copy with his signature and ink name stamp on the ffep. 303 clean pp. plus 22 good b/w plates, tight. The text pages are toned and a bit dark. Good. Hardcover.
This is a later copy of a book that we have had previously, published in the 1850's under the same title.
“The object of the present volume is to give a plain and correct account of the prominent events which have occurred in the history of Plymouth, the oldest colony in New England.” - Preface.
Joseph Banvard (1810-1887), b. New York City; d. Neponset, Massachusetts. Born to a family belonging to the Moravian Church, Banvard became a Baptist pastor, historical writer, and hymnodist. His father descended from the French Huguenots, and his mother's family traced back to the earliest New England settlers.
"He had a keen interest in American history, especially that of the colonial era. In his writing of history he showed some knowledge of the use of sources." - prabook online.