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2009 1st edition; HarperCollins publishers; from the library of State Senator Verne Duncan (see inspription in pics); hardbound with red boards and black spine with gilt lettering; book and dust jacket in very good condition.


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Catherine Clinton is the Denman Professor of American History at the University of Texas at San Antonio. She specializes in American History, with an emphasis on the history of the South, the American Civil War, American women, and African American history.  She has written for the History Channel, consulted on projects for WGBH, and is a member of the Screen Writers Guild, and has authored, edited, co-authored or co-edited more than twenty-five books to date. She is editor of a series VIEWPOINTS ON AMERICAN CULTURE (Oxford University Press).She serves on the scholarly advisory board of both Ford's Theatre and the Lincoln Cottage, as well as the following journals: Civil War Times and CIVIL WAR HISTORY.



Mrs. Lincoln, A Life by Catherine Clinton

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