Westerville, OH: American Issue Publishing Company, (1910). First Edition. Black and White Portrait. Original cloth. Duodecimo. 165 + ads pages. Very Good.
Jackson was a Methodist minister and in later life edited The American Issue, which was the official organ of the Anti-Saloon League. He had enlisted, at age 15, in Company H, 159th Ohio Volunteer Infantry where he served as a drummer and fifer. His address on the strategy of General Grant at Chattanooga discusses the battles of Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge. This is followed by an address on the Union and Confederate armies during the war. The rest of the book contains other sermons and a biographical history of Jackson. Uncommon. Bound in dark blue cloth over boards with black topstain, faded gilt spine titles. There is a tissue-guarded photographic portrait of Jackson preceding the title page. Minor extremity wear.