Everett, Edward A. : Report of the New York State Indian Commission to investigate the status of the American Indian residing in the State of New York / [submitted by Assemblyman Edward A. Everett on behalf of the Indian Commission].
Everett, George. : A letter to Mr. Miles Prance, in relation to the murther of Sir Edmond-bury Godfrey. [electronic resource]
Everett, George, fl. 1699. : Fidelity suppress'd and prosecuted: or, An account of the illegal commitment and prosecution of George Everett and John Sartain [electronic resource] : Most humbly offer'd to the consideration of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal and Commons of England, assembled in Parliament. To whom they appeal for justice.
Everett-Heath, Tom. : Central Asia [electronic resource] : aspects of transition / edited by Tom Everett-Heath.
Everett , Helen. : The British coal dilemma / by Isador Lubin and Helen Everett ; with the aid of the council and staff of the Institute of Economics.
Everett, Henry, / editor. : Faith Schools, Tolerance and Diversity : Exploring the Influence of Education on Students' Attitudes of Tolerance / edited by Jan Germen Janmaat, Edward Vickers, Henry Everett.
Everett, Jared S. : Wireless networking [electronic resource] : understanding internetworking challenges / Jack L. Burbank, Julia Andrusenko, Jared S. Everett, William T.M. Kasch.
Everett, Jason M., / editor. : U-X-L sustainable living / Jason M. Everett, project editor.
Everett, Jim, 1942- : Meenamatta lena naria puellakanny - Meenamatta water country discussion : a writing and painting collaboration / Pura-lia Meenamatta (Jim Everett) & Jonathan Kimberley.
Everett, John. : A full account of John Everett, who was hanged at Tyburn for robbing on the highway [electronic resource].
Everett, John, d. 1730. : A genuine narrative of the memorable life and actions of John Everett, [electronic resource] : who formerly kept the Cock Ale-House in the Old-Bailey; and lately the Tap in the Fleet-Prison, and was executed at Tyburn, on Friday the 20th day of February, 1729-30. To which is added, his humble address (by way of letter) to Mrs. Martha Ellis and Mrs Manly, whom he Robb'd, and for which he was Condemn'd. And likewise his letter to his brother's master, a Chair-Maker, &c. Written by himself when under Condemnation, and in his Cell in Newgate, and Publish'd at his own Request.