Title: Grape and Canister, History of the Field ...
Publication Date: 1960
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Edition: 1st Edition
Oxford University Press, NY. Classic study of the Army of the Potomac's artillery, this scholarly work offers much of value and can be considered a Union counterpart to Wise's ‘The Long Arm of Lee’, treating the Army of Northern Virginia's artillery. Naisawald covers both the artillery operations as well as the artillerymen who made it happen. Nevins says of this outstanding work, "A thorough standard of the role played in the Eastern Campaigns by Federal Field Aritllery." Very good copy of the first edition in a good dust jacket. The book has the start of foxing on the page tops. The dust jacket has some edge wear, wear to the top of the spine and light foxing on the spine. Bookseller Inventory # 29075
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