1885-86: Charles L. Webster
& Co.; Century Company, 1895.) This great book has been already spoken of in the text.
With it should be read the Memoirs of Sherman
They make a trilogy that will outlast any criticism.
By Adam Badeau
. (Hartford, Conn.
, 1887: S. S. Scranton
& Co.) Contains much that is trivial, but much that is valuable.
By Henry Adams
The four last essays.
(New York, 1891: Charles Scribner
's Sons.) There is no better summary of pertinent political issues.
IX. Mr. Fish
and the Alabama
By J. C. B. Davis
and New York, 1893: Houghton
& Co.) Another excellent and absorbing summary.
X. the story of the Civil War
. By John Codman Ropes.