As New. No Jacket. This is a facsimile reprint of the original Harper & Brothers edition of 1888 by a Negro historian, author of The History of the Negro Race in America, and an officer of the Sixth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Militia in the Civil War, who relied less on his personal experience of the battles fought by Negro troops than on official records (black textured coth with gold lettering on the spine; a bright, clean, tight copy)
-1 jacket. Book Very Good. No Jacket null Very Good. No Jacket 8vo-over 7? ? "-9? ? " tall. This is a reprint of the 1888 editition published by Harper & Brothers, New York. Text is clean and binding is tight. There are dedications to the previous owner inside the front boards and on flypage.
Hardcover. Good in tan cloth. Wear to edges, bumps. Spine cocked. United States: Civil War; African Americans. Spine head torn about 1/2" down, 1/4" tear, but hardly any material missing. Ships in a box directly from our store in Santa Barbara, California.
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