A HISTORY OF THE CIVIL WAR, 1861-65 and the Causes that Led up to the Great Conflict and a Chronological Summary and of Every Engagement between the Troops of the Union and of the Confederacy and Showing the Total Losses and Casualties together with War Maps of Localities . . . Illustrated with Fac-simile Photographic Reproductions of the Official War Photographs Taken at the Time by Mathew B. Brady, etc. The Entire Work Issued in Sixteen Sections, with Sixteen Separate Color Plates of Great Commanders in Action and Famous Battle Scenes . . .

NY: The War Memorial Association, 1912. First edition. Paperback. Sixteen parts, each bound in pictorial paper wrappers, and the whole in pictorial cloth chemise folder with string ties at edges. 12 x 9 inches, 512 pp. (text is paginated continuously), color frontispiece in each part, profusely illustrated with reproductions from photographs throughout. Cloth folder fairly soiled and worn with with outer cloth surface splitting at edges of spine (there is an inner layer of cloth holding everything together nicely); individual parts in very good condition. Good. Item #18816

Issued to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the start of the Civil War. A fine resource for photographic images of the American War Between the States.

Price: $150.00

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