Title: A COMPLETE ACCOUNT OF THE JOHN MORGAN RAID ...
Publisher: Rochester, N.Y.: Evening Express Print
Publication Date: 1863
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Good
95pp. An extremely rare variant. I’m presuming the first printing is the one done the same year in Louisville, Ky., which is also rare and contains 94 pages rather than the 95 here. Additionally, this one leaves out the word ‘Kentucky’ in the title. Original printed front wrap, professionally backed with acid-free paper. Wrap missing a piece upper left, taking out the ‘J’ in ‘John Morgan. Rear wrap not original. The first published account, outside of periodicals, of the Morgan raid, which took place from June 11 through July 26. Celebrated in the South for its daring, the raid actually resulted in the surrender of Morgan’s force in northeastern Ohio. Morgan himself escaped back to Kentucky. Contains both eyewitness and newspaper accounts. Not in any available reference. The following references are for the Louisville edition. Bookseller Inventory # ABE-14083288692
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