New York: Milton, Balch & Company, 1931. First Edition. Cloth. 8vo, black cloth with tan, red, black labels on spine and cover--both with silhouettes of Nathan Bedford Forrest, glossy frontispiece of NBF with 5 additional full page B&W plates in text plus 6 maps of Forrest's guerrilla operations, ix + 402 pages. Fine / None. Item #1338
Nathan Bedford Forrest is generally thought of as being probably the most audacious and successful cavalry-guerrilla leader of the Civil War.
Exceptional Condition! This is an outstanding and SCARCE study of the man and his battles.
Two bookplates on front pastedown and ink notations by previous owners which includes a line indicating previous purchase from The Abraham Lincoln Bookshop, Chicago.