Hancock "The Superb." The Early Life and Public Career of Winfield S. C. W. DENISON, G. B. HERBERT.

Hancock "The Superb." The Early Life and Public Career of Winfield S.

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DENISON, C. W., and HERBERT, G. B. Hancock "The Superb." The Early Life and Public Career of Winfield S. Hancock, Major-General, U.S.A. The Imposing Record of a Progressive and Brilliant Career; a Striking Illustration of the March of Genius under Free Institutions: with a Full and Graphic Account of the Proceedings at the Cincinnati Convention; the Platforms, Tables of Ballots, etc. with Anecdotes and Incidents. Including also a Sketch of the Life of Hon. William H. English. Phila.: H. W. Kelley, [1880]. 1st ed. 431pp. Portrait frontis. Orig. decorated cloth. Small amount of faint scattered foxing, else near fine. Though written as a campaign biography, Hancock was the Democratic Party's presidential candidate in 1880 and English was his running mate, most of the book is devoted to Hancock's Civil War career and gives his views of the Confederate high command.

Price: $125.00

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