Nearly 100 years since its first appearance, a true facsimile of the most comprehensive photographic history of the Civil War. This unique work from Editor Francis Trevelyan Miller first appeared in 1911 as a semi-centennial tribute to the war.
Thousands of scenes photographed from 1861-65 ...
Like the original, this edition from the National Historical Society is comprised of ten volumes. Comparable in every way to the original series, it contains:
• 3,488 pages with narrative and more than 2,000 photographs
• Format: 7-7/8" x 10-3/4"
• Embossed covers and gold foil stamping on spines
• Printed endpapers and colorized title page true to the original
• Complete index and annotations
• Smythe-sewn pages for greater durability
Volume 1: The Opening Battles ... your introductory book.
Between its covers you will read about the process of photographing the Civil War, the Federal navy and the South, the strategy of the Civil War leaders, the onset of the armies, battles down the Mississippi Valley, the struggle for the Confederate Capital and engagements up to July 1862. Includes a map of important battlegrounds and that’s just the beginning ...
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