A clean, sound copy of this scarce self-published book. Neither the place nor date of publication is identified, but the WorldCat (a master database of titles held in libraries) suggests 1908. (Amazon pegs the date at 1895, which may be a bit early. Antoher source gives the author's dates as 1833-1915.) The autobiography is very detailed, but lacks dates. The author was a Methodist minister, born in rural western Pennsylvania and active throughout the Pittsburgh and Steubenville OH region. He witnessed the Johnstown Flood, and a writing of his about this is held at the Johnstown Flood Museum. He also served as a chaplain in the Civil War. The book is bound in plain red buckram, which is a bit faded, with some fraying at the edges. It is protected by a stiff Mylar jacket. Fast shipping, with tracking number provided. B001BZOIMO. Bookseller Inventory # 36558
Title: Memoirs of an Itinerant: an Autobiography
Publisher: Self published
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket
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