Wood, William, 1797-1877 -- Trials, litigation, etc : Report of some of the proceedings in the case of Oliver Earle and others, in equity, against William Wood and others : in the Supreme Judicial Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts : including the opinion of the court, as pronounced by Hon. Lemuel Shaw, C.J. : involving questions brought into controversy, by a separation in the Society of Friends in New England, in 1845 / Sidney C. Bancroft
Wood, William, 1827- : William Wood's diary : a story of nineteenth century emigration on board the sailing ship "Constance" in 1852 / Peter Pennington
Wood, William, 1827- -- Diaries. : William Wood's diary : a story of nineteenth century emigration on board the sailing ship "Constance" in 1852 / Peter Pennington
Wood, William, active 1818 -- Trials, litigation, etc : Trials of the mail robbers, Hare, Alexander and Hare : with the testimony, the proceedings of the court, and the arguments of counsel at length : William Wirt, Esq., attorney general of the United States, Elias Glenn, Esq., district attorney, Thomas Kell and Reverdy Johnson, Esqs., for the prosecution, General Winder, David Hoffman, Charles Mitchell and Ebenezer L. Finley, Esqs., for the prisoners / reported by Edward J. Coale ; to which is added, the trial and proceedings before the Circuit Court of the United States, in Philadelphia, in the case of William Wood, an accessary before the fact, reported for the Franklin Gazette, by Richard Bache, Esq
Woodard, D. N. (David N.) -- Captivity, 1793-1796 : The narrative of Captain David Woodard and four seamen who lost their ship while in a boat at sea and surrendered themselves up to the Malays in the Island of Celebes ; containing an interesting account of their sufferings from hunger ... together with an introduction and an appendix .
Woodbridge, Mary A. (Mary Ann), 1830-1894 : Life and labors of Mrs. Mary A. Woodbridge : who was for six years president of the Ohio W.C.T.U. ; for seventeen years recording secretary of the national W.C.T.U. ; also superintendent of petitions and legislation ; peace lecturer of the W.C.T.U. and its lecturer to colleges and higher educational institutions, and corresponding secretary of the World's and National Woman's Christian Temperance Union / by Rev. A.M. Hills ; with an introduction by Frances E. Willard and contributions by Lady Henry Somerset, Joseph Cook, John G. Woolley and others
Here are entered works on carved, cut, or gouged wood having both a decorative and functional purpose. Works on art works made by carving or assembling components of wood and created primarily for their aesthetic value are entered under Wood sculpture