Memoirs of General
William T. Sherman
First edition, handsomely bound, with large folding map
|"The day was extremely
beautiful, clear sunlight, with bracing air, and an unusual feeling of
exhilaration seemed to pervade all minds--a feeling of something to
come, vague and undefined, still full of venture and intense
-General Sherman, on leaving Atlanta
during his "March to the Sea".
|SHERMAN, William T.
Memoirs of General William T. Sherman. New York: D. Appleton and
Company, 1875. Modern three-quarter brown morocco gilt, marbled boards,
top edges gilt. With large folding map in pocket. Housed in custom
morocco-edged slipcase (not pictured). Two volumes. $900.
First edition, with large (30x48
inches) folding map documenting Sherman's campaigns. Detailed accounts
and reminiscences from one of the Civil War's most influential and
successful generals, including a vivid description of events during his
famed "March to the Sea". Fine condition, handsomely bound.