Very Good. 0915992019. 110 pages, 4 plates, map, pictorial wrappers, very good. Reprint. "A story how my boys of the 48th exploded the mine under the confederate fort that alone barred the advance of the union forces into the city of Petersburg, Virginia, on the 30th of July, 1864. A Civil War story."
Very good. No dust jacket as issued. Trade paperback (US). 110 p. YELLOWISH SPINE WITH tan ILLUS. Note: In 1938 the original pages were over 300 pages. Previous owners name in front endpapers. Portrait illus. of Colonel Henry Pleasants on frontispiece, who later became a general. there are illus. of maps included in the 8 pages of reprinted books. ONe i s a photo of Major-General Burnside. Their project was to blow up a mine which then made it impossible for the Union Soldiers to advance at that point.
Eastern National Park and Monument Association
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