Riding with Rosser is General Thomas L. Rosser's personal account of the war, in which he was wounded nine times! Here is the American Civil War as viewed by one of the Confederacy's most competent and brilliant officers. Rosser describes his journey from the plains of Manassas, into the Wilderness, to Sangster's Station, up and down the ...
Riding with Rosser is General Thomas L. Rosser's personal account of the war, in which he was wounded nine times! Here is the American Civil War as viewed by one of the Confederacy's most competent and brilliant officers. Rosser describes his journey from the plains of Manassas, into the Wilderness, to Sangster's Station, up and down the Shenandoah Valley battling both General Philip Sheridan and his friend from West Point, Brigadier General George Custer. His struggles at Spotsylvania Court House and Trevilian Station, along with his capture of 2,500 head of Federal cattle, and his surprising victory at New Creek are here in his own words. Rosser ends his story with siege, retreat, and the final days of the War between the States.
Fair. Good copy for reading, may have heavy page wear with writing textual notes highlighting or be an heavily used ex library copy with library markings, stickers or stamps. Dust jacket or accessories may not be included.
Very Good. 1572490667 Hardback with dust jacket; Binding is tight; internally clean, unmarked pages. NOTE! This not leather binding but grey/green pebbled paper-covered boards and a printed dust jacket. This is a 1998 reprint published by Burd Street Press. NOT the LEATHER-BOUND edition. However, a Very Nice copy of a hard-to-find title. Professional packaging and prompt shipping.
with Phtotograhs and maps. Fine in Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾-9¾" tall. pp. 112. Green pebbled cloth with gilt lettering. A fine, tight, bright copy in a fine dj in a protective mylar. The text is flawless.
Hardcover. Very Good+. 1572490667. Grey cloth-covered boards, 116 pages. This book is in very good shape overall; former owner's name on title page, binding falls open to page 102, but otherwise clean and sharp all around. Dust Jacket clean and bright, now protected in a mylar cover. 1572490667.
Like New. SIGNED & INSCRIBED! PA: Burd Street Press, 1997. 1st. Hardcover. 8vo. 116 pgs. B/w photos and maps. Signed and inscribed on title pg by author. Fine in a near fine dust jacket. Pebbled cloth. Light edgewear to jacket. Inquire if you need further information.
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