GENERAL STEPHEN D. LEE.

Hattaway, Herman. [Stephen D. Lee, 1833-1908.]

Published by Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 1976.
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First edition (not stated). xii, 283 pages. Hardcover: H 23.25cm x L 15.5cm. Dust jacket rubbed and lightly soiled, nicks and several tears as well as some bumping/creasing at edges, bottom corner of rear flap creased; dj now presented in a mylar Brodart protector. Olive colored cloth, some fraying at rear board's bottom edge adjacent to spine, some discoloration to spine's otherwise vibrant gilt stamped title block. Small faint stains near heel of fore-edge; negligibly small slender red ink blot on bottom edge affecting a few leaves at margins; pencil notes/marks found on pages 129 and 175; no other pencil markings readily apparent upon a quick perusal but may still be present although otherwise interior pages remain quite clean. Binding is firm. Else a very good- copy in a very good- dust jacket. With Acknowledgements, Introduction, ten map illustrations, section of b/w plates on four unpaged leaves, Notes, Bibliography, and Index. Uncommon biography of Stephen Dill Lee (1833-1908), a West Point graduate and U.S. Army veteran who entered Confederate service as a captain in the South Carolina Militia and rose to become the youngest Confederate lieutenant general during the American Civil War. Lee's distinguished post-bellum career including serving as the first president of Mississippi A&M College (now Mississippi State University) and as commander-in-chief of the United Confederate Veterans. {C#4} Description copyright David Hallinan, Bookseller. ISBN 087805071X. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: GENERAL STEPHEN D. LEE.
Publisher: Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 1976.

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Hattaway, Herman. [Stephen D. Lee, 1833-1908.]
Published by Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 1976. (1976)
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Book Description Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 1976., 1976. First edition (not stated). xii, 283 pages. Hardcover: H 23.25cm x L 15.5cm. Dust jacket rubbed and lightly soiled, nicks and several tears as well as some bumping/creasing at edges, bottom corner of rear flap creased; dj now presented in a mylar Brodart protector. Olive colored cloth, some fraying at rear board's bottom edge adjacent to spine, some discoloration to spine's otherwise vibrant gilt stamped title block. Small faint stains near heel of fore-edge; negligibly small slender red ink blot on bottom edge affecting a few leaves at margins; pencil notes/marks found on pages 129 and 175; no other pencil markings readily apparent upon a quick perusal but may still be present - otherwise interior pages remain quite clean. Binding is firm. Else a very good- copy in a very good- dust jacket. With Acknowledgements, Introduction, ten map illustrations, section of b/w plates on four unpaged leaves, Notes, Bibliography, and Index. Uncommon biography of Stephen Dill Lee (1833-1908), a West Point graduate and U.S. Army veteran who entered Confederate service as a captain in the South Carolina Militia and rose to become the youngest Confederate lieutenant general during the American Civil War. Lee's distinguished post-bellum career including serving as the first president of Mississippi A&M College (now Mississippi State University) and as commander-in-chief of the United Confederate Veterans. {Civil War Shelf #4} Description copyright David Hallinan, Bookseller. ISBN 087805071X. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-07195

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Book Description Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 1976., 1976. First edition (not stated). xii, 283 pages. Hardcover: H 23.25cm x L 15.75cm. Dust jacket foxed. Olive cloth; light brown spotting to boards; some flaking loss to spine's otherwise still vibrant gilt stamped title block. Strong foxing to top edge with milder foxing to fore-edge and bottom edge; light foxing to endpapers; occasional light foxing to interior leaves' margins but, overall, pages remain clean. Binding retains some crispness. Else a very good copy in a very good- dust jacket. With Acknowledgements, Introduction, ten map illustrations, section of b/w plates on four unpaged leaves, Notes, Bibliography, and Index. Uncommon biography of Stephen Dill Lee (1833-1908), a West Point graduate and U.S. Army veteran who entered Confederate service as a captain in the South Carolina Militia and rose to become the youngest Confederate lieutenant general during the American Civil War. Lee's distinguished post-bellum career including serving as the first president of Mississippi A&M College (now Mississippi State University) and as commander-in-chief of the United Confederate Veterans. {Civil War Shelf #5} Description copyright David Hallinan, Bookseller. ISBN 087805071X. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-01521

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Hattaway, Herman. [Stephen D. Lee, 1833-1908.]
Published by Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 1976. (1976)
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Book Description Jackson, MS: University Press of Mississippi, 1976., 1976. First edition (not stated) WARMLY INSCRIBED AND SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR. xii, 283 pages. Hardcover: H 23.25cm x L 15.75cm. Dust jacket rubbed, strong soiling at spine ends with milder soiling to panels, minor nicks at edges, some abrasion and slender chip at front flap fold; dj now presented in a mylar Brodart protector. Olive colored cloth, touch of soiling at front board's bottom left and at spine heel, two small patches of discoloration to spine's otherwise vibrant gilt stamped title block. Small stains at text block's lower fore-edge and bottom edge with a few leaves fractionally affected at bottom corner margins. Author's nine-line black felt-tip ink inscription upon the front free endpaper: "For | Martha S. Rice | whose kind suggestion | was responsible for my | being here to write this | inscription today. | With good wishes, | Herman | Hattaway." Light soiling at fore-edge margin of front pastedown. Interior pages are otherwise clean. Binding is firm. Else a very good copy in a good+ dust jacket. With Acknowledgements, Introduction, ten map illustrations, section of b/w plates on four unpaged leaves, Notes, Bibliography, and Index. Also laid-in at front endpapers is clipping from the April 1, 1977 Columbus, Mississippi Commercial Dispatch newspaper regarding the author's April 2 book signing event at the Columbus and Lowndes County Historical Society. Uncommon biography of Stephen Dill Lee (1833-1908), a West Point graduate and U.S. Army veteran who entered Confederate service as a captain in the South Carolina Militia and rose to become the youngest Confederate lieutenant general during the American Civil War. Lee's distinguished post-bellum career including serving as the first president of Mississippi A&M College (now Mississippi State University) and as commander-in-chief of the United Confederate Veterans. {Civil War Shelf #3} Description copyright David Hallinan, Bookseller. ISBN 087805071X. Bookseller Inventory # JUN17-06176

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