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With Lee In Virginia: A Story of the American Civil War

£12.99

Product description

Part of the Foulsham Henty Library. Most heroes of historical novels are on the winning side, but in this thrilling tale of the American Civil War the hero fights for the South. His name is Vincent Wingfield, and his is a story of heroism and valour in the face of great hardship. It is a story of a great nation rent in two and finally reunited, a story of deeds good and bad on both sides, of bitter enmity and fierce conflict, and finally of a peace that has lasted to this day. It is a living history, written as only G.A. Henty could have written it.

Carefully edited and abridged.

A good copy, tightly bound in original blue cloth boards, with gilding to the cover and spine. Slight foxing on page edges. In an illustrated dust cover, which is in good condition and has not been price clipped.

Item details

Author(s):
Henty, G.A.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
19cm x 13cm
Edition:
Reprint as part of Foulsham Henty Library
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
224
Publisher:
Foulsham
Title:
With Lee in Virginia: A Story of the American Civil War

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Part of the Foulsham Henty Library. Most heroes of historical novels are on the winning side, but in this thrilling tale of the American Civil War the hero fights for the South. His name is Vincent Wingfield, and his is a story of heroism and valour in the face of great hardship. It is a story of a great nation rent in two and finally reunited, a story of deeds good and bad on both sides, of bitter enmity and fierce conflict, and finally of a peace that has lasted to this day. It is a living history, written as only G.A. Henty could have written it.

Carefully edited and abridged.

A good copy, tightly bound in original blue cloth boards, with gilding to the cover and spine. Slight foxing on page edges. In an illustrated dust cover, which is in good condition and has not been price clipped.

Author(s):
Henty, G.A.
Condition:
Used: very good
Dimensions:
19cm x 13cm
Edition:
Reprint as part of Foulsham Henty Library
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
224
Publisher:
Foulsham
Title:
With Lee in Virginia: A Story of the American Civil War

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