Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, (1964). Hardcover. Very Good+/Very Good. Hardcover. 8vo. "Maryland's peculiar position as a slave state behind northern lines is told in a lively, brisk style ... specifically, the author deals with the political movement of 1862 - 1864 to free the slaves of Maryland. In a wider context, however, he covers national politics, the conflict between the state and federal governments, the agricultural conservatives and the urban progressives, the 'old families' and the immigrants, and the Union and the Confederacy" (jacket). Very good+ in very good price clipped black illustrated dust jacket with white and blue title to front panel and white title to spine. Minor rubbing and edgewear to dust jacket. Small amount of writing in pen to bottom edge of front free end page. Else is clean and bright. Index, 299 pages. MD/071116. (Inventory #: 29638)
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