Steadman, William E. : Homage to Seurat : paintings, watercolors, and drawings by the followers of Seurat, collected by Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Holliday / [Catalog by William E. Steadman]
Steadward, R. D. : Adapted physical activity / Robert D. Steadward, Garry, D. Wheeler, E. Jane Watkinson, editors.
Steadwell, B. S. : The great war on white slavery, or, Fighting for the protection of our girls [electronic resource] : truthful and chaste account of the hideous trade of buying and selling young girls for immoral purposes ... / by Clifford G. Roe ; ably assisted by ... B.S. Steadwell ... [et al.].
Steady : General observations and reflections : with friendly advice. Dedicated to the Consideration of the retail shop-keepers and all other his Majesty's subjects of Great-Britain, by Farmer Steady.
Steady proprietor. : A letter to the proprietors of India stock. Containing a reply to some insinuations in An old proprietor's letter to the proprietors on the 13th instant, relative to the ballot of that day. As also, By Way of Appendix, A Republication of Two Letters, on the Subject of that Ballot, first published in the Gazetteer. By a steady proprietor.
Steager, Pam, : The library screen scene : film and media literacy in schools, colleges, and communities / Renee Hobbs, Liz Deslauriers, and Pam Steager.
Steakhaus Productions. : By hook or by crook / Sundance Channel ; Steakhaus & NGB present a Dodge/Howard film ; produced by Steak House, Silas Howard and Harry Dodge ; written and directed by Harry Dodge and Silas Howard.
Steam Ferry Boat, John Adams, People's Ferry Co., : Libel of the Ferry Boat John Adams [electronic resource] : the Amoskeag Manufacturing Co., libellants, the Stark Mills, libellants, Appleton Company, libellants, Massachusetts Cotton Mills, libellants, Lowell Manufacturing Company, libellants, Wamsutta Mills, libellants, Robert Walsh, et al., libellants versus the Steam Ferry Boat John Adams, the People's Ferry Company, claimants.
Steamboat Company of Georgia. : Steamboat company -- Georgia. (To accompany Bill H.R. No. 832.) Petition of the Steamboat Company of Georgia, and certain persons, for permission to import two iron steamboats free of duty. June 6, 1838. [electronic resource]