A Calendar of Rochambeau Papers at the University of Florida Libraries
Monti, Laura V., editor

Gainesville University of Florida Libraries 1972 First edition Octavo. Light wear to edges of boards with bumping to head and heel of spine and twist to binding. Scuffing to covers. Name written in blue ink on front pastedown endpaper. Pages are lightly browned. 329 pages with foldout map, endnotes, index, and list of sources consulted. A look at the writings of Donatien-Marie-Joseph de Vimeur, Vicomte de Rochambeau (d. 1813), a French soldier perhaps best known for his brutal attempts to surpress the rebellion in Haiti. Good without dust jacket Hardcover in white binding (Item ID: 9508)


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