From Union Stars to Top Hat: a biography of the extraordinary General James Harrison Wilson. Publisher's yellow cloth hard cover with dust jacket. This book has more than a dozen illustrations including photographs and maps. Measures 9 1/4" x 6 1/4". The military and civilian careers of Gen.
Wilson who "drove the rascals out" but never routed his own worst enemy-himself. Wilson was a friend of both Grant & Sherman, became a Brigadier General at 26, and after the Civil War, despite a brilliant military record, he was forced out of the Army because of his ability to alienate everyone. He then started companies to build railroads to the Midwest.CONDITION: Book is in good condition with a good condition dust jacket. Pages are clean & bright. No loose or musty pages.
Small abrasion to cloth on front cover. Dust jacket is primarily clean. Small hole in front panel.
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