Cassius M. Clay

Cassius M. Clay

The emancipationist Cassius M. Clay has long been one of Kentucky's most controversial and misunderstood figures. This new biography examines his important, though undervalued, place in history from the anti-slavery movement to his role as Lincoln's minister to Russia during the Civil War. Along the way the many fights, romantic entanglements, and political battles of Clay's life are explored. The author, a former guide at Clay's mansion, White Hall, unearthed long-forgotten… (more)

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Publisher: Turner (June 16, 2001)

Page count: 168 pages

Language: English


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