Lincoln and the South.
An examination of President Abraham Lincoln’s familial, marital, and sympathetic ties to the American South and Southern viewpoints by Civil War historian, Lincoln biographer, and University of Illinois professor, J.G. Randall (1881–1953). Prof. Randall’s text was first presented in 1945 as the eighth of the Fleming Lecture series at Louisiana State University, subsequently published by them as Lincoln and the South (1946). Inscribed by Randall.
Description: Lincoln and the South.
Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 1946. viii, , 161pp +5 plates. Sm. 8vo. Publisher’s red cloth with gilt spine titling; dust jacket. Inscribed by author free, front endpaper. Staining to spine; very good in a good dust jacket which is rubbed, a few interior tape mends, and with some losses at extremities.