Gillett, E. H. History of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America, Volume 1. Philadelphia: Presbyterian Publication Committee, 1864. 
Maroon pebble cloth, spine faded to brown, small digs to the front board, 5 1/4 x 8 inches, some fraying at the spine ends and corners. 1867 owner's inscription on ffep. xxiv., 676 pp., historical society blind stamp on tp, pencil call numbers in a few places. There is a dampstain at the bottom inner margins, darkest at title page and fades away by p. 50. There is an ink name stamp on the bottom closed page edge. Fair. Hardcover.
We have only this volume one. It begins in the early 1600's in Maryland, and brings the history up to 1820. A wealth of information on the Presbyterian Church in the American Colonies and in the later United States.
No. 2355 in Roberts, Revival Literature: An Annotated Bibliography. "Good sections on the Great Awakening, the revival of 1800, etc."
Rev. Ezra Hall Gillett (1823-1875), “b. at Colchester, Conn.; graduated at Yale in 1841, and at Union Theological Seminary in 1844; was ordained to the Presbyterian ministry, and in 1868 became professor of political economy, ethics, and history in the University of New York.” – Allibone.