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The Civil War Round Table: Nevins-Freeman Award

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    The Civil War Round Table: Nevins-Freeman Award for Distinguished “Service” in the American Conflict of 1861-1865, presented to Indiana historian and founder of the Indiana Civil Liberties Union, Alan T. Nolan.

    This work was bound for presentation to the award recipient. Includes The South to Posterity by Douglas Southhall Freeman and Allan Nevins on History, compiled by Ray Allen Billington. Both works are bound in full leather, titles in gilt on spine, top edge gilt. Both include a bound-in description of the award presentation. The Nevins-Freeman Award from the Civil War Round Table is bestowed annually upon those who advance Civil War scholarship, with a distinguished list of past recipients including: Bruce Catton, Shelby Foote and David Herbert Donald.

    Alan T. Nolan (1923-2008) was an American attorney, civil rights activist and historian. He published two works on the Civil War during his lifetime, The Iron Brigade: A Military History (1961) and Lee Considered (1996).

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