Title: History of the Fall of Fort Sumter
Publication Date: 1898
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
Subtitled, "Being an Inside History of the Affairs in South Carolina and Washington, 1860-61 and the Conditions and Events in the South Which Brought on the Rebellion--The Genesis of the Civil War." Nevins says of this classic: "The standard, thorough study of the fall of Fort Sumter, by a Federal eyewitness inside the fort." Crawford was the Surgeon. He later achieved fame as a general at Gettysburg. Edwin Coddington’s personal copy, signed by him. Coddington was a noted historian who wrote the definitive one volume history of Gettysburg. The front hinge is tender, otherwise it is a very good and clean copy of the first edition. 486 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 23944
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