Title: Fort La Fayette Life; The "Right Flanker" A ...
Publication Date: 1865
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
Simkin, Marshall & Co., London. Very scarce and interesting work concerning the political prisoners, citizens, officers, interned in Fort LaFayette, a New York POW camp in 1863-64. Extracted from the "Right Flanker," a clandestine newspaper/magazine passed from prisoner to prisoner in the prison. These contributions include personal reminiscences, anecdotes, and a variety of assorted musings. Good copy of the first edition. Ex-Lib from the University of Minnesota. Front hinge starting. Green cloth with gilted lettering on the front cover and gilted page edges top, side and bottom. Wear to top and bottom of the sprine. A small book only 4.5 inches by 6.75 inches. 102 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 23598
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