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The Rebel and the Judge; Here Meet the Blue and the Gray, the Black and the White, the Damn Yankee and the Unreconstructed Southerner in Greensborough, N.C. 1868-1869. by  Mary Lewis Rucker Edmunds - Paperback - First Edition  - 1992 - from Pages Past Used and Rare Books and Biblio.com

The Rebel and the Judge; Here Meet the Blue and the Gray, the Black and the White, the Damn Yankee and the Unreconstructed Southerner in Greensborough, N.C. 1868-1869.

by Edmunds, Mary Lewis Rucker

Condition: Very Good


Greensboro, NC: The Greensboro Preservation Society, 1992. First Edition . Soft cover. Very Good. 12mo. 136 pages. Trade paperback bound in burgundy wrappers with lettering in black on a tan spine. Covers show light wear; corners lightly bumped. Contents clean and bright. This volume is a continuation of the author's 1987 book entitled "Letters from Edgeworth." Illustrated in black and white throughout with illustrations from periodicals published between 1866 and 1869.





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