New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1928. 409 pp. Approximately 7 1/2 x 9 1/2". First illustrated edition, first printing. No dust jacket. Black cloth over boards with color pictorial paste-down with illustration by Wyeth to the upper cover, gilt lettering on spine, some corner bumping and wear to spine tail and head, loose bookplate on 2nd ffep, otherwise a very good copy.
Beautifully illustrated with 14 colour plates, endpapers, and cover, as well as numerous line drawings all by N.C. Wyeth. A moving and honest tale of the American Revolution and the decisions of loyalties that many had to make at the onset of war. This is James Boyd's first book and has been called the best novel written abut the American Revolution.