The Civil War Letters of General Robert McAllister
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Rudgers University Press, NJ. "A look into the the life of the hard fighting General who saw action at almost every battle of the Army of the Potomac, missing only South Mountain and Antietam, Robert McAllister of the 1st New Jersey Infantry and later of the 11th New Jersey Infantry wrote a series of letters, published here for the first time, that reveal far more than a successful military career." Very good copy of the first edition. Signed presentation by James Robertson to author Jim Murfin. 637 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 23232
Title: The Civil War Letters of General Robert ...
Publisher: Rudgers University Press, NJ
Publication Date: 1965
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Signed: Inscribed by Author(s)
Edition: 1st Edition
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