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Yale University Press, New Haven & London, 1972. hardcover, 10" x 7", with dust jacket. VERY GOOD book in VERY GOOD unclipped dust jacket. Grey cloth-bound boards with gold type to light-blue spine jacket, map endpapers, Who's Who, index. Nowhere has the impact of the Civil war upon the South been portrayed with more immediacy than in these 1,200 letters by the family & friends of the Reverend Dr Charles Colcock Jones of Liberty County, Georgia - a chronolgical narrative of the crucial years between 1854 and 1868, reading like an epistolary novel. Ours is an ex-libray copy, in transparent protective covering with usual stamps, stickers, pocket, barcode, etc. A significant reference source. Packed book weighs 2.5kgs (5.6lbs) = higher shipping cost.