Good. 294 pages. Irregular fading to spine and rear cover. Slight thinning to bottom edge of cover. Minor tear to bottom edge of title page. Foxing to end papers. All minor. Hardback. No dust jacket (All our books are sent securely packaged in cardboard) A History of the Kansas Crusade (facsimile reprint of 1889 edition)
xxii and 294 pages plus 6 pages of ads, ex-library, faint darkened area on spine where spine label removed, library pocket removed from rear pastedown resulting in a cracked rear hinge, tight, clean brown cloth binding with gilt spine title, no edgewear, overall an attractive copy. "A work of importance, indispensible to a knowledge of the period with which it deals; but it must be used with care. The author was the promoter of the Massachusetts Emigrant Aid Company in 1854, and a prominent firgure in the movement to people Kansas Territory with northern settlers. "-Larned #2073
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