I RODE WITH STONEWALL; BEING CHIEFLY THE WAR EXPERIENCES OF THE YOUNGEST MEMBER OF JACKSON'S STAFF FROM THE JOHN BROWN RAID TO THE HANGING OF MRS. SURRATT. Henry Kyd Douglas.

I RODE WITH STONEWALL; BEING CHIEFLY THE WAR EXPERIENCES OF THE YOUNGEST MEMBER OF JACKSON'S STAFF FROM THE JOHN BROWN RAID TO THE HANGING OF MRS. SURRATT

Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 1940. Hardcover. 3rd printing, December 1940. 401 pages, index. Frontis of the author, map of Virginia, eleven plates. Gray cloth with spine and cover titles in gilt over red background. Review slip from publisher laid in. Very light pencil notations in some of the margins, and pencil notes on rear inside board, otherwise clean with some spotting to top edge. Some light toning with age. Cover shows some very minor discoloration with age, and is square and tight in sound binding. Jacket is complete with publisher's original price and has some edgewear. Jacket is in a mylar protector. Good Plus. Item #74254

Author's nephew inherited the original manuscript and notes, the greater portion of which was written soon after the war from diaries and notes Kyd had made "when my recollection was fresh and youthful." Kyd revised it in 1899, and his nephew had it published in 1940. It sold well as the first three printings were of 2,000 copies each. An excellent first hand account.

Price: $30.00

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