The Freedmen’s Bureau in South Carolina 1865-1872. [Inscribed and Signed]
An authoritative treatise of the Freedmen’s Bureau’s activities in South Carolina. Warmly Inscribed and Signed by the author to historian Bell Irvin Wiley. Wiley, in turn, writes his own signed inscription detailing how he “raised Cain” when this title was disallowed from winning the Mrs. Simon Baruch University Prize in 1968 by judges. Wiley was a noted Civil War military and social historian, a professor of history at the University of Mississippi, Louisiana State University, and Emory University.
Description: The Freedmen’s Bureau in South Carolina 1865-1872. [Inscribed and Signed]
Chapel Hill: UNC, (1967). First edition. Publisher’s cloth. Fine in a Very Good dust jacket.