Now, more than 120 years after its first appearance, a true reproduction of the greatest firsthand accounts by Union and Confederate officers.
A wealth of Civil War facts and history ...
Like the original, this edition from the National Historical Society is comprised of eight books. Comparable in every way to the original Grant-Lee Edition, it contains:
• 3,193 pages of text, including many first hand accounts
• over 1,000 woodcuts, line drawings, and maps by 43 artists
• complete index and annotations
• high quality linen binding
• Smythe-sewn pages for greater durability
Volume I, Part 1 – Your introductory book …
Between its covers you will read: Abner Doubleday’s accounts of Forts Moultrie and Sumter on the eve of war, C.S.A. General Imboden on Jackson’s episode at Harper’s Ferry in 1861, Beauregard at Bull Run, Franz Sigel on Wilson’s Creek, Grant at Shiloh and John Taylor Wood’s vivid account of the clash between the Monitor and the Merrimac. And that’s just the beginning …
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