Title: Complete Report on the Organization and ...
Publisher: Democratic Newspaper, NY
Publication Date: 1863
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Edition
Democratic Newspaper, NY. A copy of General McClellan’s report for his time commanding the Army of the Potomac. Contains detailed accounts of McClellan’s campaigns and the organization of the army. Good copy of the soft bound booklet. It has double column printing and on the top of the cover page mentions it is sold at all Democratic Newspaper Offices. The back page is an advertisement for a pamphlet on “Gen. McClellan’s Great Oration” delievered at West Point, his “Campaign in Western Virginia” and an inpreparation “Life of Gen McClellan”. This booklet is bound with string and has some type of call letters in pencil on the top left corner. 143 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 21730
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