Henry D. Capers, The Life and Times of C. G. Memminger, 1st ed.


“…Best Account of the Confederacy’s Finances…”
–Allan Nevins

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With The Life and Times of C. G. Memminger Henry Capers produced a complete, albeit favorable biography of a prominent South Carolinian and Jefferson Davis’ first Treasury Secretary.

The work includes a large and useful appendix containing Treasury Department reports usually available only as rare Confederate imprints. Allan Nevins calls this the “best account of the Confederacy’s finances; also brings out the growth of secession thought from 1832 to the formation of the Confederacy.”

Ex- library from the Massachusetts Commandery of the Military Order of the Loyal Legion; light wear of the extremities; previous owner’s bookplate; else very good.

Capers, Henry D. THE LIFE AND TIMES OF C. G. MEMMINGER. Richmond: Everett Waddy Co., 1893. 1st edition, 604p., frontispiece, illustrations.