New York and Washington: The Neale Publishing Company, 1909.
Hard Cover. First Edition. 8vo. (8 1/2/” x 5 1/2”); in the publisher’s plum colored buckram with titling in gilt; 312 pages; there is a previous owner name on the front endpaper.~~We know from Mr. Krick that John Massey was reared in Spotsylania County, attended Richmond College, and pastored Baptist churches in the Shenandoah Valley after the war....The largest part of the book and its most important material, concerns Massey’s political experiences in post-war Virginia. ... Massey joins most everybody else who wrote an autobiography in that era in disliking William Mahone.~~ (Krick 317).
Very Good binding.