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Internationaler Buchtitel. In englischer Sprache. Verlag: DODO PR, 404 Seiten, L=216mm, B=140mm, H=23mm, Gew.=513gr, [GR: 21600 - TB/Belletristik/Biographien, Erinnerungen], [SW: - Biography / Autobiography], Kartoniert/Broschiert, Klappentext: JEFFERSON DAVIS POLITICAL SOLDIER by ELISABETH CUTTING 1LLUSTRA TED DODD, MEAD AND COMPANY NEWYORK - - - - 1930 1930, BY ELISABETH CUTTING PRINTED IN THE U. S. A. BY feufam jBobcn Company, 3nc, BOOK MAJMU FACTU RERS JEFFERSON DAVIS From the portrait in the War Department To G. C. R. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS IN undertaking to assemble any material relating to the life of Jefferson Davis the indebtedness would always begin with the comprehensive volume of William E. Dodd, Professor of History at the University of Chicago 5 with the papers of Walter L. Fleming in the Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society, and the Mississippi Valley Historical Association for the early years, and the fine study, stressing the military side, of H. J. Eckenrode, State His torian of Virginia. I am indebted to these sources as well as to Mr. Eckenrode personally for valuable suggestions. My acknowledgments of courtesies and aid in opportu nities to consult material during the past three years are made most appreciatively to President Edwin A. Alderman of the University of Virginia and to the Librarian of the University Library, Mr. Harry demons, for special assist ance in investigation made through the Library, to Dr. H. R. Mcllvaine, Librarian, Virginia State Library, Miss Susan B. Harrison, House Regent of the Confederate Museum, Rich mond, the Georgia Historical Society at Savannah, The Georgia State Capitol Library at Atlanta, Mr. Herbert Put nam, the Librarian of the Library of Congress, to the Super intendent of Cadets at West Point for permission to have access to the Library of the United States Military Academy, to Dr. Thomas Montgomery Lynch of the Pennsylvania Historical Society at Philadelphia, Mr. Malcolm O. Young of the Library of Princeton University, the New York Pub lic Library with its invaluable file of the London Times, and viii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS to the staff at the Columbia University Library in putting at my disposal the valuable material the Library possesses. Other acknowledgments are made in appreciation to the Hon. Henry St. George Tucker, Member of Congress from Virginia, Brigadier-General Samuel A. Tillman, United States Army, retired, the late Major George Haven Put nam, to Colonel Frederick Palmer, to Dr. Willis Fletcher Johnson, to Mr. Alfred Huger of Charleston, and to nu merous others, in and of the South whose assistance was as gracious as the Southland itself. To Mr. George Macaulay Trevelyan, Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, I am especially indebted, an acknowledgment which has been made in the course of the book to the Manuscript Division of the British Museum 5 and also to the Deputy Keeper of the Public Record Office, London, and to His Excellency, the Comte de Jean, at the Ministere des Affaires etrangeres, Paris, for the necessary permission for access to the Records and to the Archives, which, only recently, have been made available down to 1870. FOREWORD A BOY of eight, shy, sensitive, over-serious for his years, for he had lived them in the tumult of a great war, who, in the years to come, was destined to be part of an even greater, stood with his family in the hushed stillness of the main street of a fine old Southern city and witnessed a grim sight. The President of the Confederate States of America, Jeffer son Davis, a captive, under guard of Federal soldiers, was passing through Augusta. What impression the child had of this graveincident his most recent biographer fails to tell us. But some forty years later, in his maturity, writing as an acknowledged political scientist of the first rank, as well as a lover of the South, con sidered study of Jefferson Davis and his Presidency led him to estimate the man in this wise Not a little of the dogged perseverance and undaunted action of those closing months of the struggle had been due to the masterful characteristics of Mr. Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederacy... JEFFERSON DAVIS POLITICAL SOLDIER by ELISABETH CUTTING 1LLUSTRA TED DODD, MEAD AND COMPANY NEWYORK - - - - 1930 1930, BY ELISABETH CUTTING PRINTED IN THE U. S. A. BY feufam jBobcn Company, 3nc, BOOK MAJMU FACTU RERS JEFFERSON DAVIS From the portrait in the War Department To G. C. R. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS IN undertaking to assemble any material relating to the life of Jefferson Davis the indebtedness would always begin with the comprehensive volume of William E. Dodd, Professor of History at the University of Chicago 5 with the papers of Walter L. Fleming in the Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society, and the Mississippi Valley Historical Association for the early years, and the fine study, stressing the military side, of H. J. Eckenrode, State His torian of Virginia. I am indebted to these sources as well as to Mr. Eckenrode personally for valuable suggestions. My acknowledgments of courtesies and aid in opportu nities to consult material during the past three years are made most appreciatively to President Edwin A. Alderman of the University of Virginia and to the Librarian of the University Library, Mr. Harry demons, for special assist ance in investigation made through the Library, to Dr. H. R. Mcllvaine, Librarian, Virginia State Library, Miss Susan B. Harrison, House Regent of the Confederate Museum, Rich mond, the Georgia Historical Society at Savannah, The Georgia State Capitol Library at Atlanta, Mr. Herbert Put nam, the Librarian of the Library of Congress, to the Super intendent of Cadets at West Point for permission to have access to the Library of the United States Military Academy, to Dr. Thomas Montgomery Lynch of the Pennsylvania Historical Society at Philadelphia, Mr. Malcolm O. Young of the Library of Princeton University, the New York Pub lic Library with its invaluable file of the London Times, and viii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS to the staff at the Columbia University Library in putting at my disposal the valuable material the Library possesses. Other acknowledgments are made in appreciation to the Hon. Henry St. George Tucker, Member of Congress from Virginia, Brigadier-General Samuel A. Tillman, United States Army, retired, the late Major George Haven Put nam, to Colonel Frederick Palmer, to Dr. Willis Fletcher Johnson, to Mr. Alfred Huger of Charleston, and to nu merous others, in and of the South whose assistance was as gracious as the Southland itself. To Mr. George Macaulay Trevelyan, Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, I am especially indebted, an acknowledgment which has been made in the course of the book to the Manuscript Division of the British Museum 5 and also to the Deputy Keeper of the Public Record Office, London, and to His Excellency, the Comte de Jean, at the Ministere des Affaires etrangeres, Paris, for the necessary permission for access to the Records and to the Archives, which, only recently, have been made available down to 1870. FOREWORD A BOY of eight, shy, sensitive, over-serious for his years, for he had lived them in the tumult of a great war, who, in the years to come, was destined to be part of an even greater, stood with his family in the hushed stillness of the main street of a fine old Southern city and witnessed a grim sight. The President of the Confederate States of America, Jeffer son Davis, a captive, under guard of Federal soldiers, was passing through Augusta. What impression the child had of this graveincident his most recent biographer fails to tell us. But some forty years later, in his maturity, writing as an acknowledged political scientist of the first rank, as well as a lover of the South, con sidered study of Jefferson Davis and his Presidency led him to estimate the man in this wise Not a little of the dogged perseverance and undaunted action of those closing months of the struggle had been due to the masterful characteristics of Mr. Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederacy...

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[EAN: 9781406723373], Neubuch, [PU: Read Books, United Kingdom], Biography & Autobiography|General, Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.JEFFERSON DAVIS POLITICAL SOLDIER by ELISABETH CUTTING 1LLUSTRA TED DODD, MEAD AND COMPANY NEWYORK - - - - 1930 1930, BY ELISABETH CUTTING PRINTED IN THE U. S. A. BY feufam jBobcn Company, 3nc, BOOK MAJMU FACTU RERS JEFFERSON DAVIS From the portrait in the War Department To G. C. R. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS IN undertaking to assemble any material relating to the life of Jefferson Davis the indebtedness would always begin with the comprehensive volume of William E. Dodd, Professor of History at the University of Chicago 5 with the papers of Walter L. Fleming in the Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society, and the Mississippi Valley Historical Association for the early years, and the fine study, stressing the military side, of H. J. Eckenrode, State His torian of Virginia. I am indebted to these sources as well as to Mr. Eckenrode personally for valuable suggestions. My acknowledgments of courtesies and aid in opportu nities to consult material during the past three years are made most appreciatively to President Edwin A. Alderman of the University of Virginia and to the Librarian of the University Library, Mr. Harry demons, for special assist ance in investigation made through the Library, to Dr. H. R. Mcllvaine, Librarian, Virginia State Library, Miss Susan B. Harrison, House Regent of the Confederate Museum, Rich mond, the Georgia Historical Society at Savannah, The Georgia State Capitol Library at Atlanta, Mr. Herbert Put nam, the Librarian of the Library of Congress, to the Super intendent of Cadets at West Point for permission to have access to the Library of the United States Military Academy, to Dr. Thomas Montgomery Lynch of the Pennsylvania Historical Society at Philadelphia, Mr. Malcolm O. Young of the Library of Princeton University, the New York Pub lic Library with its invaluable file of the London Times, and viii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS to the staff at the Columbia University Library in putting at my disposal the valuable material the Library possesses. Other acknowledgments are made in appreciation to the Hon. Henry St. George Tucker, Member of Congress from Virginia, Brigadier-General Samuel A. Tillman, United States Army, retired, the late Major George Haven Put nam, to Colonel Frederick Palmer, to Dr. Willis Fletcher Johnson, to Mr. Alfred Huger of Charleston, and to nu merous others, in and of the South whose assistance was as gracious as the Southland itself. To Mr. George Macaulay Trevelyan, Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, I am especially indebted, an acknowledgment which has been made in the course of the book to the Manuscript Division of the British Museum 5 and also to the Deputy Keeper of the Public Record Office, London, and to His Excellency, the Comte de Jean, at the Ministere des Affaires etrangeres, Paris, for the necessary permission for access to the Records and to the Archives, which, only recently, have been made available down to 1870. FOREWORD A BOY of eight, shy, sensitive, over-serious for his years, for he had lived them in the tumult of a great war, who, in the years to come, was destined to be part of an even greater, stood with his family in the hushed stillness of the main street of a fine old Southern city and witnessed a grim sight. The President of the Confederate States of America, Jeffer son Davis, a captive, under guard of Federal soldiers, was passing through Augusta. What impression the child had of this graveincident his most recent biographer fails to tell us. But some forty years later, in his maturity, writing as an acknowledged political scientist of the first rank, as well as a lover of the South, con sidered study of Jefferson Davis and his Presidency led him to estimate the man in this wise Not a little of the dogged perseverance and undaunted action of those closing months of the struggle had been due to the masterful characteristics of Mr. Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederacy.

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[EAN: 9781406723373], Neubuch, [PU: Read Books, United Kingdom], Biography & Autobiography|General, Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****.JEFFERSON DAVIS POLITICAL SOLDIER by ELISABETH CUTTING 1LLUSTRA TED DODD, MEAD AND COMPANY NEWYORK - - - - 1930 1930, BY ELISABETH CUTTING PRINTED IN THE U. S. A. BY feufam jBobcn Company, 3nc, BOOK MAJMU FACTU RERS JEFFERSON DAVIS From the portrait in the War Department To G. C. R. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS IN undertaking to assemble any material relating to the life of Jefferson Davis the indebtedness would always begin with the comprehensive volume of William E. Dodd, Professor of History at the University of Chicago 5 with the papers of Walter L. Fleming in the Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society, and the Mississippi Valley Historical Association for the early years, and the fine study, stressing the military side, of H. J. Eckenrode, State His torian of Virginia. I am indebted to these sources as well as to Mr. Eckenrode personally for valuable suggestions. My acknowledgments of courtesies and aid in opportu nities to consult material during the past three years are made most appreciatively to President Edwin A. Alderman of the University of Virginia and to the Librarian of the University Library, Mr. Harry demons, for special assist ance in investigation made through the Library, to Dr. H. R. Mcllvaine, Librarian, Virginia State Library, Miss Susan B. Harrison, House Regent of the Confederate Museum, Rich mond, the Georgia Historical Society at Savannah, The Georgia State Capitol Library at Atlanta, Mr. Herbert Put nam, the Librarian of the Library of Congress, to the Super intendent of Cadets at West Point for permission to have access to the Library of the United States Military Academy, to Dr. Thomas Montgomery Lynch of the Pennsylvania Historical Society at Philadelphia, Mr. Malcolm O. Young of the Library of Princeton University, the New York Pub lic Library with its invaluable file of the London Times, and viii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS to the staff at the Columbia University Library in putting at my disposal the valuable material the Library possesses. Other acknowledgments are made in appreciation to the Hon. Henry St. George Tucker, Member of Congress from Virginia, Brigadier-General Samuel A. Tillman, United States Army, retired, the late Major George Haven Put nam, to Colonel Frederick Palmer, to Dr. Willis Fletcher Johnson, to Mr. Alfred Huger of Charleston, and to nu merous others, in and of the South whose assistance was as gracious as the Southland itself. To Mr. George Macaulay Trevelyan, Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, I am especially indebted, an acknowledgment which has been made in the course of the book to the Manuscript Division of the British Museum 5 and also to the Deputy Keeper of the Public Record Office, London, and to His Excellency, the Comte de Jean, at the Ministere des Affaires etrangeres, Paris, for the necessary permission for access to the Records and to the Archives, which, only recently, have been made available down to 1870. FOREWORD A BOY of eight, shy, sensitive, over-serious for his years, for he had lived them in the tumult of a great war, who, in the years to come, was destined to be part of an even greater, stood with his family in the hushed stillness of the main street of a fine old Southern city and witnessed a grim sight. The President of the Confederate States of America, Jeffer son Davis, a captive, under guard of Federal soldiers, was passing through Augusta. What impression the child had of this graveincident his most recent biographer fails to tell us. But some forty years later, in his maturity, writing as an acknowledged political scientist of the first rank, as well as a lover of the South, con sidered study of Jefferson Davis and his Presidency led him to estimate the man in this wise Not a little of the dogged perseverance and undaunted action of those closing months of the struggle had been due to the masterful characteristics of Mr. Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederacy.

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[EAN: 9781406723373], Neubuch, [PU: Waldo Specthrie Press], BRAND NEW PRINT ON DEMAND., Jefferson Davis - Political Soldier, Elisabeth Cutting, JEFFERSON DAVIS POLITICAL SOLDIER by ELISABETH CUTTING 1LLUSTRA TED DODD, MEAD AND COMPANY NEWYORK - - - - 1930 1930, BY ELISABETH CUTTING PRINTED IN THE U. S. A. BY feufam jBobcn Company, 3nc, BOOK MAJMU FACTU RERS JEFFERSON DAVIS From the portrait in the War Department To G. C. R. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS IN undertaking to assemble any material relating to the life of Jefferson Davis the indebtedness would always begin with the comprehensive volume of William E. Dodd, Professor of History at the University of Chicago 5 with the papers of Walter L. Fleming in the Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society, and the Mississippi Valley Historical Association for the early years, and the fine study, stressing the military side, of H. J. Eckenrode, State His torian of Virginia. I am indebted to these sources as well as to Mr. Eckenrode personally for valuable suggestions. My acknowledgments of courtesies and aid in opportu nities to consult material during the past three years are made most appreciatively to President Edwin A. Alderman of the University of Virginia and to the Librarian of the University Library, Mr. Harry demons, for special assist ance in investigation made through the Library, to Dr. H. R. Mcllvaine, Librarian, Virginia State Library, Miss Susan B. Harrison, House Regent of the Confederate Museum, Rich mond, the Georgia Historical Society at Savannah, The Georgia State Capitol Library at Atlanta, Mr. Herbert Put nam, the Librarian of the Library of Congress, to the Super intendent of Cadets at West Point for permission to have access to the Library of the United States Military Academy, to Dr. Thomas Montgomery Lynch of the Pennsylvania Historical Society at Philadelphia, Mr. Malcolm O. Young of the Library of Princeton University, the New York Pub lic Library with its invaluable file of the London Times, and viii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS to the staff at the Columbia University Library in putting at my disposal the valuable material the Library possesses. Other acknowledgments are made in appreciation to the Hon. Henry St. George Tucker, Member of Congress from Virginia, Brigadier-General Samuel A. Tillman, United States Army, retired, the late Major George Haven Put nam, to Colonel Frederick Palmer, to Dr. Willis Fletcher Johnson, to Mr. Alfred Huger of Charleston, and to nu merous others, in and of the South whose assistance was as gracious as the Southland itself. To Mr. George Macaulay Trevelyan, Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, I am especially indebted, an acknowledgment which has been made in the course of the book to the Manuscript Division of the British Museum 5 and also to the Deputy Keeper of the Public Record Office, London, and to His Excellency, the Comte de Jean, at the Ministere des Affaires etrangeres, Paris, for the necessary permission for access to the Records and to the Archives, which, only recently, have been made available down to 1870. FOREWORD A BOY of eight, shy, sensitive, over-serious for his years, for he had lived them in the tumult of a great war, who, in the years to come, was destined to be part of an even greater, stood with his family in the hushed stillness of the main street of a fine old Southern city and witnessed a grim sight. The President of the Confederate States of America, Jeffer son Davis, a captive, under guard of Federal soldiers, was passing through Augusta. What impression the child had of this graveincident his most recent biographer fails to tell us. But some forty years later, in his maturity, writing as an acknowledged political scientist of the first rank, as well as a lover of the South, con sidered study of Jefferson Davis and his Presidency led him to estimate the man in this wise Not a little of the dogged perseverance and undaunted action of those closing months of the struggle had been due to the masterful characteristics of Mr. Jefferson Davis, the President of the Co

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JEFFERSON DAVIS POLITICAL SOLDIER by ELISABETH CUTTING 1LLUSTRA TED DODD, MEAD AND COMPANY NEWYORK - - - - 1930 1930, BY ELISABETH CUTTING PRINTED IN THE U. S. A. BY feufam jBobcn Company, 3nc, BOOK MAJMU FACTU RERS JEFFERSON DAVIS From the portrait in the War Department To G. C. R. ACKNOWLEDGMENTS IN undertaking to assemble any material relating to the life of Jefferson Davis the indebtedness would always begin with the comprehensive volume of William E. Dodd, Professor of History at the University of Chicago 5 with the papers of Walter L. Fleming in the Publications of the Mississippi Historical Society, and the Mississippi Valley Historical Association for the early years, and the fine study, stressing the military side, of H. J. Eckenrode, State His torian of Virginia. I am indebted to these sources as well as to Mr. Eckenrode personally for valuable suggestions. My acknowledgments of courtesies and aid in opportu nities to consult material during the past three years are made most appreciatively to President Edwin A. Alderman of the University of Virginia and to the Librarian of the University Library, Mr. Harry demons, for special assist ance in investigation made through the Library, to Dr. H. R. Mcllvaine, Librarian, Virginia State Library, Miss Susan B. Harrison, House Regent of the Confederate Museum, Rich mond, the Georgia Historical Society at Savannah, The Georgia State Capitol Library at Atlanta, Mr. Herbert Put nam, the Librarian of the Library of Congress, to the Super intendent of Cadets at West Point for permission to have access to the Library of the United States Military Academy, to Dr. Thomas Montgomery Lynch of the Pennsylvania Historical Society at Philadelphia, Mr. Malcolm O. Young of the Library of Princeton University, the New York Pub lic Library with its invaluable file of the London Times, and viii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS to the staff at the Columbia University Library in putting at my disposal the valuable material the Library possesses. Other acknowledgments are made in appreciation to the Hon. Henry St. George Tucker, Member of Congress from Virginia, Brigadier-General Samuel A. Tillman, United States Army, retired, the late Major George Haven Put nam, to Colonel Frederick Palmer, to Dr. Willis Fletcher Johnson, to Mr. Alfred Huger of Charleston, and to nu merous others, in and of the South whose assistance was as gracious as the Southland itself. To Mr. George Macaulay Trevelyan, Late Fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge, I am especially indebted, an acknowledgment which has been made in the course of the book to the Manuscript Division of the British Museum 5 and also to the Deputy Keeper of the Public Record Office, London, and to His Excellency, the Comte de Jean, at the Ministere des Affaires etrangeres, Paris, for the necessary permission for access to the Records and to the Archives, which, only recently, have been made available down to 1870. FOREWORD A BOY of eight, shy, sensitive, over-serious for his years, for he had lived them in the tumult of a great war, who, in the years to come, was destined to be part of an even greater, stood with his family in the hushed stillness of the main street of a fine old Southern city and witnessed a grim sight. The President of the Confederate States of America, Jeffer son Davis, a captive, under guard of Federal soldiers, was passing through Augusta. What impression the child had of this graveincident his most recent biographer fails to tell us. But some forty years later, in his maturity, writing as an acknowledged political scientist of the first rank, as well as a lover of the South, con sidered study of Jefferson Davis and his Presidency led him to estimate the man in this wise Not a little of the dogged perseverance and undaunted action of those closing months of the struggle had been due to the masterful characteristics of Mr. Jefferson Davis, the President of the Confederacy...

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