Title: The Great Contest, A History of Military and...
Publisher: C. H. Smith & Co., MI
Publication Date: 1886
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
C. H. Smith & Co., MI. Written by the Assistant General of Michigan. This popularly written history is a survey of the chief operations of the war with basic section headings being: The Army of the Potomac; Central Departments; Sherman’s Great March; The United States Navy, etc. Each section has sub headings for battles or other operations. Humphrey includes several appendices including a list of all volunteer General Officers and all US Army officers in 1860. Very good copy of the first edition. The book has minor shelf wear and foxing on the title page only. Strong binding, no dust jacket. 691 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 29090
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