New York: Simon and Schuster, 1960. Maps. First Printing. Cloth. 2 vols., quartos (9 7/8" x 6 3/4" x 3"), gray cloth with black labels and lettering on spine & gilt title on front covers, illustrated with about 30 B&W in-text maps, Vol. I: x + 562 pages; Vol. II: -1097 [copious Index] +  About the Authors. Slipcase: Cloth with color wraparound photo of civil war battlefield. Weight: 4 lbs. 9 oz. Near Fine / Slipcase: Very Good. Item #6444
Paul Angle (1900 - 1975) was an eloquent chronicler of Illinois history and a profound Lincoln scholar. He was the author of scores of books on Abraham Lincoln and the history of Illinois.
Earl Schenck Miers (1910 – 1972) was an American historian. He wrote over 100 books, mostly about the history of the American Civil War
VERY GOOD CONDITION overall. Cloth is solid with light wear and a few flakes lost from the label of vol. I. Pages are clean and without annotations. Maps are unfoxed. Slipcase is solid with light wear.