Title: The Battle of the War for the Union, Being ...
Publisher: Henry Altemus Company, PA
Publication Date: 1897
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
Henry Altemus Company, PA. Part of the Altemus Young People’s Library. The book provides an overview of the Civil War from its beginnings through Appomattox. Although part of the "Young People’s Library" the book is written in more detail than one would expect. There are 80 illustrations in the book, about half of which are full page. Good copy of the first edition. The book is bound with a decorative cloth showing Union soldiers charging. No dust jacket. There is some soiling on the spine and the spine ends are frayed. There is a "crack" in the binding between pages 34 and 35, no pages are missing or loose. 338 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 23799
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