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First edition. 8vo; pp. xii, 233; 10 illustrations from photographs; bibliography. Owner's name; some marginal ink checkmarks; else a very good copy in original blue cloth, in a good dust jacket. A study of the domestic hardships endured by civilians in the South during the Civil War and their ingenious substitutes for necessities and luxuries. With sections on the collapse of transportation, the inadequacy of heavy industry, and the plight of farmers.
First edition hardcover in blue cloth covers with light shelfwear. Previous owner's name stamp label on front endpaper. Pages tight, clean, unmarked. DJ moderately worn, with significant fading, edge tears, chipping.;
Hardcover, (Ex lib; embossed Harvard Univ. stamp on title and small stamp on inside front cover, the only marks), some rubbing at the top & bottom of spine, otherwise very good. No dust jacket. A study of the many shortages faced by the Confederacy and how they dealt with them.
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