Book: Eneas Africanus, by Harry Edward Stillwell

One of several reprints of the 1920 original

Book: Eneas Africanus, by Harry Edward Stillwell, Image 1

Harry Stillwell Edwards (1855-1938) was an American journalist, novelist, and poet, born at Macon, Georgia. He studied law at Mercer University, Macon, and graduated in 1877. He was assistant editor and editor of Macon journals (1881-1888), gaining distinction as a writer of dialect stories. This book represents classical Southern Racist Views of the 19th Century, and although culturally significant, may be found offensive to most.

Date: 1928 Printing by J W Burke Macon, Georgia

Measurement: 5" x 6 7/8" 47 numbered pages

Material: Green Marbled Board Cover

Condition: Inscribed "Betty Bentsen 1925" in ink on title page. (inscription pre-dates printing). Some shelf wear and signs of use.


SKU: 110-991

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