Near Fine in Near Fine jacket. This is ONE beautiful Red Cloth Civil War hardback in Near Fine condition with a Near Fine jacket. c1995, 1st Edition. Great condition both inside and out. Looks very lightly read. Very, very nice edges with just a touch of a very tiny top page end stain. The pages are tight, bright and unmarked. no names. Very Bright & clean jacket, & Very light shelf wear. No remainder marks.369 pages. #18206.
Fine. No Jacket. Signed by Author This is a beautiful red cloth & gilt spine and front lettering with a two star design also on the front cover. This is a very solid and very bright Biography / Civil War book. The condition is Fine, no jacket. c1995, First Edition. This book is also inscribed in 6/17/95 to Howard w. gross "To: Howard W. Gross-With my best wishes-and best of luck on your historical endevours-A. M. Gambone", (signature hard to read) This book has bright and clean pages and also it is unmarked. Very Tight Book! 369 pages including index.
New in New jacket. Size: 8vo 8"-9" tall; Another fine contribution to the series, Army of the Potomac, published by Butternut and Blue, Baltimore, Maryland. Brand-new, still in shrink-wrap, neither shelf-nor edge-worn, neither sunned nor marked as a remainder. xi + 378 pp. Volume contains scholarly apparatus in the form of, e.g., notes, index, and bibliography, and has maps and illustrations galore. Major-General John Frederick Hartranft was an engineer and lawyer who earned the Medal of Honor at 1st Bull Run. He later raised the 51st Pennsylvania. At Antietam, he led the assault across Burnside's Bridge.
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