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Near Fine binding. Near Fine dust jacket. A pristine set of Taylor Branch's monumental history of the Civil Rights Movement. The first volume, won the Pulitzer Prize for History in 1989 (sharing it with James MacPherson's Battle Cry of Freedom). PARTING THE WATERS is a First Edition printing; PILLAR OF FIRE is a second printing; and AT CANAAN'S EDGE is a First Edition printing. There are no marks of any kind. The dustjacket on PARTING THE WATERS is price-clipped; the other dustjackets are not. Near Fine binding / Near Fine dust jacket.
Very Good in Near Fine jacket. Signed by Author Light rubs at lower corners and lower edges of boards, slight fade to tail of spine, slight yellowing of edges of text block. No prev. owner name. DJ with slight rub at corners and ends of spine panel. DJ in plastic cover with price corner intact. Illus. with B&W photos. Signed by Taylor Branch with signature only on the tite page. The first volume of the "America in the King Years" trilogy. Winner of the 1989 Pulitzer Prize for History. Incl. Abbreviations Used in Source Notes, Notes, Major Works Cited in Notes, and Index. (xii) 1064 pp. Heavy book.
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