[HINTON, Richard J. (d. 1901)]. Rebel Invasion of Missouri and Kansas, and the Campaign of the Army of the Border against General Sterling Price. Chicago and Leavenworth, KS: Church & Goodman; T. W. Marshall, 1865.
8vo. Engraved portrait frontispiece, engraved plates and maps. (Some minor spotting or staining, heavier on first few leaves.) Original publisher's blue pebble cloth (staining to front cover).
FIRST EDITION. Hinton, born in London, emigrated to the United States in 1851 and settled in Kansas in 1856. An abolitionist who supported the free state cause, he joined the Union army in 1862, retiring as a colonel in 1865. A RARE PRE-FIRE IMPRINT printed by Church, Goodman & Donnelley, stereotyped by J. Conahan, and bound by Cox & Donahue. Sabin 31969.
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