Very Good. University of Chicago, 1969. Third printing. Hardcover. Very Good. ex library, one corner badly bumped, several page corners bent, no markings in text, usual library markings, clean and solid binding.
Near Very Good. No Jacket. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. Red hardcover cloth binding clean square and tight. DJ flaps glued opposite title page has left glue stains on half-title page. One of the flaps is now detached but present. Previous owner wrote name and date on title page. 614 pages with index. When book was first published in 1931, its revolutionary conclusions contradicted years of earlier Civil War writing.
Good. B0007DN1FG 2nd Edition: 1959, Third impression: 1969. Lightly used ex-library with no DJ. Mild shelf wear. No marking, other than library markings, found in text. Previous library name marked out. Binding solid. Packaged carefully for shipping. Ships within 24 hours with tracking. Satisfaction guaranteed! ! Sorry, no APO/FPO.
Revised by Harriet Chappell Owsley. 8vo. Red cloth, dust jacket. xxiii, 614pp. Very good/very good. Slightest bit of wear only to lovely jacket; triangular portion clipped from top of front flyleaf, presumably to remove ownership signature. Second, revised edition of this influential volume. Norman Ferris calls this important contribution "A massive study of Confederate diplomacy; the author's careful scholarship and thoroughness far overshadow his pronounced Southern bias." NEVINS I, 265.
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