Title: Maryland and North Carolina in the Campaign ...
Publisher: John Murphy & Co., MD
Publication Date: 1893
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
John Murphy & Co., MD. A printed copy of a paper read before the Maryland Historical Society on November 14, 1892. Daves covers much on Guilford Court House. Good copy of the first edition. He helped the society to erect a monument at Guilford Court House in memory of the Maryland line. Daves, born in North Carolina, was a Harvard trained professor. The book has been rebound in a library binding probably in the 1950s. The call letters are printed on the spine. The library markings are gone, but the rips from the removal of library card pocket removal can be seen on the inside back cover. The book has a little edge wear. No dust jacket. 100 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 43397
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