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1852 Life of CIVIL WAR General Winfield Scott Seminole
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1852 Life of CIVIL WAR General Winfield Scott Seminole War Indians Mansfield



“Peace won by compromise is usually a short lived achievement.”

– Winfield Scott



General Winfield Scott was an American Army general known for his commands during the War of 1812, various Indian wars, and of course the Civil War. In 1846, Edward Deering Mansfield wrote a biographical sketch of General Scott, highlighting his service in the Battle of Chippewa, the Aroostock War, the Seminole War, and his role in the 1837 Rebellion.



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MANSFIELD, Edward Deering



The life of General Winfield Scott



New York, A.S. Barnes & Co., 1852.



Details:

Collation: Complete with all pages

xi, [1], 536

Illustrated throughout

References: Sabin 44367

Provenance: Handwritten – John A. Nichols

John Adams Nichols (1848 – 1924) was an American farmer and politician from New York.

In 1889, the Republican Nichols was elected supervisor for DeWitt, New York an unusual feat in the Democratic town. In 1891, Nichols was elected to the New York State Senate, representing the 25th District (Onondaga and Cortland counties). He was in the State Senate in 1892 and 1893, but was defeated in the 1893 election by Charles W. Stapleton.

Language: English

Binding: Hardcover; tight & secure

Size: ~7.5in X 5.5in (19cm x 14cm)



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1852 Life of CIVIL WAR General Winfield Scott Seminole War Indians Mansfield



“Peace won by compromise is usually a short lived achievement.”

– Winfield Scott



General Winfield Scott was an American Army general known for his commands during the War of 1812, various Indian wars, and of course the Civil War. In 1846, Edward Deering Mansfield wrote a biographical sketch of General Scott, highlighting his service in the Battle of Chippewa, the Aroostock War, the Seminole War, and his role in the 1837 Rebellion.



Item number: #12110

Price: $399



MANSFIELD, Edward Deering



The life of General Winfield Scott



New York, A.S. Barnes & Co., 1852.



Details:

Collation: Complete with all pages

xi, [1], 536

Illustrated throughout

References: Sabin 44367

Provenance: Handwritten – John A. Nichols

John Adams Nichols (1848 – 1924) was an American farmer and politician from New York.

In 1889, the Republican Nichols was elected supervisor for DeWitt, New York an unusual feat in the Democratic town. In 1891, Nichols was elected to the New York State Senate, representing the 25th District (Onondaga and Cortland counties). He was in the State Senate in 1892 and 1893, but was defeated in the 1893 election by Charles W. Stapleton.

Language: English

Binding: Hardcover; tight & secure

Size: ~7.5in X 5.5in (19cm x 14cm)



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