New York: D. Appleton and Company, 1904. Preferred Edition. Hardcover. Very good. Complete. Matched set of two volumes, each approximately 5.5" x 8.5". Vol. I: 458 pages with portrait frontispiece and five maps. Vol. II: 604 pages with three plates, nine maps, and four pages of advertisements in the rear. Bound in the publisher's original green cloth with gilt lettering. In very nice shape. Sound binding with intact hinges. Clean pages (small 1" square ghost from a bookmark between pages 234-235 in Vol II). Tiny chip to the top margin of one map in Vol I. Light wear to cover. This is preferred edition: Appleton's "Second Edition, Revised and Corrected." It was published with the assistance of Sherman's second son, Philemon Tecumseh Sherman, and contains Sherman's revised 1886 text, improved maps, his two prefaces to earlier editions, and the additional materials found in the 1891 Blaine edition. Surprisingly, much less common than the earlier printings.
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