Saye, James Hodge. Memoirs of Major Joseph McJunkin, Revolutionary Patriot; First Printed in the Richmond, Va. Watchman and Observer in 1847. NP: A. Press, 1981. 
Tan printed wrappers, 5 1/2 x 8 1/2 inches, 47 clean pp. with index, thumb? smudge on the front cover. Very good. Pamphlet.
The first "book" or pamphlet form of a revealing historical account that had hitherto been published only in newspapers, first in 1847 and later in 1898. A few minor corrections were made in this new printing.
Major Joseph McJunkin (1755-1846), b. near Carlisle, PA, to a Scotch-Irish Presbyterian family, to which church he was a faithful member all of his life, for some time serving as a ruling elder. His family at some point moved to South Carolina, and he saw very active duty during the American Revolution - during the Cherokee campaign of 1776, in command of Fort Jamieson in 1777, and in the battles of King's Mountain, Cedar Springs, Hanging Rock, Musgrove's Mill, Hammond's Store, Blackstock's Ford, and at Cowpens.