McClellan's Own Story
Charles L. Webster & Company, NY. Many consider this the finest work on McClellan as it is a Personal account of military and political experiences by the first commander of the Army of the Potomac. "A classic rationalization by one of the war's most controversial figures," according to Allan Nevins. This is in the famous Webster Shoulder Strap binding, with the Army of the Potomac medallion on front board. Good+ copy of the first edition. Just a little wear on the very center of the medallion on the front cover and minimial wear on the back cover otherwise very good. No dust jacket, solid binding. 678 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 29398
Title: McClellan's Own Story
Publisher: Charles L. Webster & Company, NY
Publication Date: 1887
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
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