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Author Name    Stevens, Hazard

Title   Reform the Militia System: And Make the Militia, Now Worthless for National Defence, A Trained and Disciplined Military Reserve, Ready and Adequate for Any Emergency

Binding   Soft cover

Book Condition   Very Good

Type   Book

Edition   1st Edition

Publisher   Boston, MA Rockwell and Churchill Press 1898

Seller ID   019152

Original publisher's brown wrapper. 6" x 9." Sixteen pages, complete. The booklet has been folded down the vertical centerline, and the cover is sunned. The book is otherwise undamaged. Pages and covers are very clean. Binding is tight. This booklet is a manifesto by Hazard Stevens (1842-1918) in which he calls for U.S. military reform. Stevens was a military officer, mountaineer, writer, and politician and served in the Union Army during the Civil War. Stevens is also known for making the first documented climb up Mount Rainier with Philemon Beecher (P.B.) Van Trump (1839-1916), another pioneering mountaineer and writer, in 1870. Van Trump guided John Muir to Mount Rainier's summit in 1888 and was one of the first members of the Sierra Club.

Manifesto. Pamphlet. Booklet. Civil War. Union Army. U.S. History. United States history. SG-3.

Price = 50.00 USD

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