Felix Reville Brunot, 1820-1898: A Civilian in the War for the Union, President of the First Board of Indian Commissioners
by Slattery, Charles Lewis
x, 304 pp. 8vo. A biography of the descendant of General Lafayette's foster brother (also Felix Brunot), who helped aid wounded Union soldiers during the American Civil War, was captured and held in a Confederate prison, and after the war was appointed chairman of the United States Bureau of Indian Affairs. He was also a well-known philanthropist.
Keywords: BIOGRAPHY AMERICAN POLITICIAN CIVIL WAR ERA BOARD OF INDIAN COMMISSIONERS
First edition. Hinges weakening. Longmans, Green & Co., 1901. First Edition. Very Good/No Jacket. (Inventory #: 2193853)
Literature, American & Military History, General Antiquarian
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