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ISBN 0807104450. Hardback. Later Printing. Very Good condition book, with some browning and dustsoiling to edges of interior pages, in a Very Good Condition dustjacket with minor chips, rubs and creases to edges, slight fade to jacket spine, some browning to jacket edges. Tight, sound, unmarked copy.
Very Good in Very Good dust jacket. 0807104450. Minor foxing to lower part of foredge. Small closed tear to DJ at top of rear flap. Binding firm, text and covers clean. DJ in mylar protector; 8vo 8"-9" tall; 558 pages.
Various Artists & Photographers. Very Good- in Very Good- jacket. Ex-Library Illustrated with B&W photographs  and maps , all present in fine condition. Gray cloth boards, clean, red and gilt decorations [confederate flag], minor shelf wear at extremities. NON price-clipped dust jacket [$ 15.00] clean, colors bright, attached to boards, a little edge wear, two edge tears at front flap, one at back flap. Textblock pages [558 including index] clean, unmarked, binding sound, one edge tear and one page with a small bit missing at front edge. Usual ex-libri markings. Media Mail, Priority & some International shipping include free tracking information.
Very Good, Very Good- 8VO, 558 pgs., Photos & Illus. Hardcover: Grey linen binding with title on decorated spine. Paste-downs and endpapers are clean. Page edges are slightly foxed. Text pages are crisp and clean. This is the final volume of Connelly's definitive history of one of the Confederacy's two major military forces and the factors underlying the army's failure during the last two years of the Civil War. Illustrated. Nice tight binding. Jacket: Light edgewear and chipping. Some foxing. Illustrated cover. Attractive copy in protective mylar.
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Small 4to. Grey cloth, pictorial dust jacket. ix, 558pp. Maps, illustrations. Near fine/near fine. Superbly tight and handsome later printing of this 1971 classic, a sequel to his 1967 "Army of the Heartland." EICHER 1020.
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