1913. WHITE, Horace. THE LIFE OF LYMAN TRUMBULL. NY: Houghton Mifflin Company, 1913. 8vo., blue cloth stamped in gilt; 458 pages. First Edition. Lyman Trumbull [1813-1896] was a U.S. Senator from Illinois during the American Civil War, and co-author of the Thirteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution, which prohibited all kinds of slavery in the United States. During his explorations in the west, John Wesley Powell named Mt. Trumbull (and now the Mt. Trumbull Wilderness) in northwestern Arizona after the senator. Horace White [1834- 1916] was a journalist and financial expert, noted for his connection with the Chicago Tribune, the New York Evening Post, and The Nation. Signed presentaion by White on front endpaper. Near fine (little discoloration top of rear cover; contents clean & tight). $125.00.
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