The Tragic Era: The Revolution After Lincoln
Houghton Mifflin, 1957 - 567
"This history recreates the Reconstruction period after the Civil war, the twelve tragic years that stretched from the death of Lincoln to the close of the Grant administration. The period lives again in this documented account of the political corruption of the times." Book rev. digest.
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