What does the book, Wee Macgreegor, have to do with American history? Nothing really, except that it belonged to a Scotsman named William A. Brodie (1841-1917) who, at the age of two, emigrated to America with his parents.
Unless you're from Geneseo, New York, you probably never heard of William A. Brodie. He was a Master Mason of the Great State of New York. He was also the mason who set the cornerstone of the pedestal for the Statue of Liberty.
To verify that this is the bookplate of the William A. Brodie who set the cornerstone, I also have a book formerly owned by his son, Warren J. Brodie, Geneseo, New York