Schouler's history of Massachusetts in the civil war. Two volumes.
Vol. I., published in the spring of 1868, contains a consecutive war narrative as derived from the State
records and correspondence.
It is the complete history of Governor Andrew
's public career.
Vol. II., published in the fall of 1871, is devoted to the work of the different towns and cities of this Commonwealth.
It is made up from new and valuable materials.
This work has been very favorably noticed by the press, and flattering testimonials were received from President Grant
, General Sherman
, the Massachusetts Senators
, Hon. E. R. Hoar
, late Attorney-General
, and many others.
of each volume, five dollars. The two volumes may now be obtained, as a set, for eight dollars. Extra bindings, in sheep or Turkey
morocco, will be supplied on order at cost price.
Each volume is complete in itself.
Published by the author, and sold by subscription only.
Copies sent free of charge, by mail or express, to any address, on receipt of the subscription price.
All orders for either volume should be addressed as follows:
39 Kilby street, Boston, Mass.
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