Very Good. Size: 24mo 5"-6" tall; Sturdy, attractive, tightly bound, internally clean hardcover copy, with unbruised tips, neat and tidy paste-downs; not ex-library, with neither highlighting nor underlining. Handsomely produced little volume as per usual Lakeside Press standards. Blue cloth boards with gilt colophon on front, gilt lettering on spine, very slight rubbing of gilt title on spine. Black-and-white illustrations throughout, frontispiece portrait of Sarah Jane Full Hill still protected by intact tissue guard. Volume contains scholarly apparatus in the form of, e.g., notes, index, and bibliography. xlvii + 343 + fold-out map.
Very Good. No Jacket. Book Seller # LRT9, Hardcover with No Dust Jacket, 350 pages, 4.5 inches by 6.8 inches. Minor wear only. The hinges and sewn binding are good and the interior pages are clean and unmarked. Not an Ex-Library copy. This is # 78 in the Lakeside Classics series. The author was the wife of Major E B Hill who served in the Union Corps of Engineers from 1861 to the end of the war, the period covered here. Though she lived in St Louis she traveled during the war to nurse her husband near the front. Included are encounters with Grant and Nathan Bedford Forrest.
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