Adelbert Ames: 1835-1933, general, senator, Governor; the story of his life and times and his integrity as a soldier and statesman in the service of the United States of America throughout the Civil War and in Mississippi in the years of Reconstruction
Macdonald, 1964 - 625 pages
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