The War Department, 1861; A Study in Mobilization and Administration
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Columbia University Press, NY. Superb history of the War Department during the Civil War. Chapters include: Fruits of Indifference; Days of Confusion; Forward to Richmond; Conflicts and Protests; Reorganization; Military Railroads and telegraphs; Domestic Contracts and Frauds; The European Front and Army Problems. The concentration of this work is basically on the mismanagement of the department by Simon Cameron. Very good bright copy of the first edition in a good dust jacket protected by mylar. The dust jacket has edge wear and sun staining on the spine. 400 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 36268
Title: The War Department, 1861; A Study in ...
Publication Date: 1928
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Edition
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