The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln (9 Volume Set)
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Rutgers University Press, NJ. The culmination of 20 years of indepth research. A massive work of high quality of which Nevins says, "A complete collection of Lincoln’s works, including letters, speeches, endorsements, etc.; the editor has provided both valuable textual criticism and full editorial annotation." Index volume is included in the set. Basler and his staff led the first major effort to collect and publish the complete writings of Abraham Lincoln. All the volumes are in very good condition. This is ‘The History Book Club Edition’. Bookseller Inventory # 31575
Title: The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln (9 ...
Publisher: Rutgers University Press, NJ
Publication Date: 1953
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
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Yorktown, VA, U.S.A.
AbeBooks Seller Since January 4, 2012
Battleground Books, 107 Jonathan Junction, Yorktown, VA 23693 USA, phone (757) 848-3563, Eric or Michele Nelson, or e-mail BattlegroundBooks@cox.net. Visa, Master Card, Checks & Money Orders payable to Battleground Books. Virginia orders will not be shipped without 6% VA sales tax included. We want you to be completely satisfied with the books you order. Please inquire for full condition description if you are concerned about bumps, bruises, owner inscriptions, spots etc. which may not be covere...[More Information]
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