THE LAST NINETY DAYS OF THE WAR IN NORTH CAROLINA. Cornelia Phillips Spencer.
THE LAST NINETY DAYS OF THE WAR IN NORTH CAROLINA
THE LAST NINETY DAYS OF THE WAR IN NORTH CAROLINA

THE LAST NINETY DAYS OF THE WAR IN NORTH CAROLINA

New York: Watchman Publishing, 1866. Hard Cover. Very Good binding. Item #5416

12mo. [2 (blank)], 287, [1 (blank)], [4 (pub ads)] pp. First edition. Recent binding in brick cloth with printed paper spine label. Pages evenly toned throughout; some early staining to the preliminaries, contemporary owner name, "Cronly" is stamped and written both on the title page and the dedication page; the top corners of a few leaves are creased. An uncommon book. Harwell calls it "a superior narrative by an intelligent North Carolina woman. Mrs. Spencer grew up as a faculty child in Chapel Hill. After the death of her husband in 1861 she returned from Clinton, Alabama, to Chapel Hill. She lived there throughout the war." Dornbusch III, 2400; In Tall Cotton 172; Howes S-832; Nevins II, p 240.

Price: $350.00