The soldier in our Civil War 1 edition
The soldier in our Civil War
a pictorial history of the conflict, 1861-1865, illustrating the valor of the soldier as displayed on the battle-field, from sketches drawn by Forbes, Waud, Taylor, Beard, Becker, Lovie, Schell, Crane and numerous other eye-witnesses to the strife
Columbian memorial ed.
edited by Paul F. Mottelay and T. Campbell-Copeland, assisted by the most notable generals and commanders of both sides ; with an introduction by Robert B. Beath ; [and,] History of the Grand Army of the Republic / by Paul Vandervoort ; [and,] History of the Confederate Veterans' Association / by I.W. Avery ; [and,] History of the Sons of Veterans / by A.P. Davis and Frank P. Merrill
Stanley Bradley Pub. Co.
Written in English.
At head of title: Frank Leslie's illustrations.
Each vol. includes indexes.
"Sold only by subscription."
Three columns to the page.
Includes: "Chronological list of events (1860-1863) and miscellaneous statistics / compiled and arranged by T. Campbell-Copeland": v. 1, p. -474; and, "Chronological list of events (1863-1865) and miscellaneous statistics / compiled and arranged by T. Campbell-Copeland": v. 2, p. -444 (Washington, D.C. : J.H. Brown Pub. Co., 1885).
"Valuable information has been contributed and courtesies extended by Generals Grant, Hancock, Logan, Brevet Maj.-Gen. (S.N.Y. ) J. Watts de Peyster, Generals Beauregard, Fitzhugh Lee, Longstreet, Early, Captain Waddell, late of the C.S. Navy, War and Navy."
Bound in cloth.
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