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Lee and Grant at Appomattox by MacKinlay Kantor Landmark 8

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Condition:

Used

Binding:

Hardcover

Printing Year:

1950

Category:

Children's

Dust Jacket Condition:

Acceptable

Topic:

Children's Nonfiction

Publisher:

Random House

Author:

MacKinlay Kantor

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Item number:

904558

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Lee and Grant at Appomattox by MacKinlay Kantor Landmark 8 Lee and Grant at Appomattox MacKinlay Kantor New York: Random House Copyright 1950 Eleventh Printing 175 pages Illustrated by Donald McKay Landmark Books No. 8 The binding is in good condition, the pages are clean but lightly tanning. The tan cover shows light wear. The jacket has a complete list of Landmark Books on the inside. The front flap is creased and there is a small amount of edge wear. Good in good dust-jacket. Hardcover. The Confederates were in flight. Tired and hungry, they overran the farmland of the Appomattox River Valley as the tattered Union army, sure now of victory, pursued them. How much longer would this tragic war between the North and the South go on? Only three miles apart, the commanding generals of the opposing armies - Grant and Lee - waited and hoped for the end. Professional soldiers though they were, they both hated war with the suffering and loss of life that it must bring. Readers everywhere will be stirred by this brilliant portrayal of two American heroes who loved the causes for which they fought, but who loved peace and the welfare of their people still more.(#000075)
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