LEE MAN AND SOLDIER BY THOMAS NELSON PAGE FIRST EDITION NEAR FINE CONDITION Handsome Frontispiece of General Lee in Uniform Solidly-Bound, Antique Book with Gold Gilded Page Ends at the Top Loaded with Great, Battle Maps; Contains Numerous Fold-Out Maps PUBLISHED BY CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, NEW YORK, IN 1911 This wonderful, first edition, antique biography of General Robert E. Lee, by award-winning Southern writer Thomas Nelson Page, presents a full account of the life of General Lee as well as insights into his character. Perhaps of all the figures of the Civil War, none have fascinated Americans from both the north and South more than the Confederate General Robert Edward Lee. In his usual lucid style, Thomas Nelson Page tells the story of Lees life and accomplishments, focusing on the character and moral fiber which distinguished him from other great military leaders of the past. Contents includes an introductory, Early Life, First Service, The Choice of Hercules, Resources, Lee in West Virginia, The Situation When Lee Took Command, Battles Around Richmond, Lee Relieves Richmond, Lee's Audacity-Antietam and Chancellorsville, Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Lees Audacity Salem Church, Gettysburg, Autumn of 1863, The Wilderness Campaign, Spottsylvania Court Court, South Anna and Second Cold Harbor, Lees Strategy and the First Attack on Petersburg, The Siege of Petersburg and Richmond, Lee and Grant, The Last Ditch, The Retreat to Appomattox, General Lee and the Confederate Government, Lees Clemency, Lee in Defeat, After the War, Lee as College President and Sources of Character.The book contains five Appendicies including Lees Order for the Battle of Gaines Mill, Extracts from a letter to the author from General Marcus J. Wright and Extracts from a letter to the author from Colonel Thomas L. Livermore, Lees Report of the Gettysburg Campaign, Extracts from a letter to the author from Andrew R. Of Ellersons Hanover County, Virginia, and Report of the Surrender at Appomattox. Thomas Nelson Page, author of short stories, novels, essays, and poetry, is best known for his role as literary spokesman for the glories of the Old South. THIS BOOK IS IN NEAR FINE CONDITION This wonderful, first edition, antique book is bound in handsome red-colored covers with gold lettering on the cover and spine. The exterior is clean and bright. The gold lettering remains bright on both the cover and spine. The book has liight edge wear to the spine tips, but not bad. The pages are clean and in excellent condition. There isn't a mark in the book except for the prior owner pasteboard on the front, inside cover.
The pages are free from any writing, smudging, foxing, stamps, pasteboards or other markings. It is not an ex-library book. The binding is solid throughout the book; both hinges are fine. The book features an attractive frontispiece of General Lee in uniform. The original, protective tissue guard to the frontispiece is in great condition.The book is loaded with great battle maps. Many of these are foldout maps and there is a large, fold-out map at the back of the book as well. A wonderful, First Edition, antique, biography on General Robert E. FIRST EDITION NEAR FINE CONDITION.
Handsome Frontispiece of General Lee in Uniform Solidly-Bound, Antique Book with Gold Gilded Page Ends at the Top Loaded with Great, Battle Maps; Contains Numerous Fold-Out Maps. PUBLISHED BY CHARLES SCRIBNER'S SONS, NEW YORK, IN.This wonderful, first edition, antique biography of General Robert E. THIS BOOK IS IN NEAR FINE CONDITION.
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