Title: Hamilton Fish: The Inner History of the Grant Administration
Author: Allan Nevins
Description: First Edition. Red cloth boards stamped in gilt. Foxing along the top edges of the illustrated plates (and their adjacent pages). Clean. Dust jacket shows light wear at head and foot of spine; very light edge rubbing; not price clipped ($5.00); a few millimeters of corner are chipped off from the front flap's top corner). DJ in clear archival sleeve. 26 illustrated plates. Index. xxi, 932 pp. Introduction by John Bassett Moore.
An uncommon specimen of Nevin's Pulitzer Prize-winning political biography of Hamilton Fish, who served as Secretary of State under President Ulysses S. Grant for eight years.
Joseph Allan Nevins (1890-1971) was a Pulitzer and National Book Award-winning historian known for his work on the Civil War and his biographies.
Condition: Very Good+
Jacket Condition: Very Good+
Publisher: Dodd, Mead & Company
Place: New York
Keywords: Pulitzer Prize, Secretary of State, Ulysses S. Grant, Presidential administrations, 1870s, history, biography, Presidents, United States, governments, Governors of New York, American politics,
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