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Title: HARPER'S PICTORIAL HISTORY - THE CIVIL WAR
Publisher: The Fairfax Press nd, New York
Book Condition: Very Good
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Excerpt from Harper's Pictorial History of the Civil War
In this action upon the left the Federals. Lost, in killed and wounded, about 3700, of which nearly 2600 fell upon the two divisions of Meade and Gibbon, and 900 upon that of Biney. The Confederates lost about 3200, of which half fell upon the division of alp. Hill, and a fourth upon that of Ewell. In their advance the Federals captured 500' prisoners, and lost about as many in the retreat.
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YA-This facsimile edition of the original work published in 1869 provides a treasure trove of primary-source material for any researcher. The number of details mentioned lends immediacy for today's students. Military, political, and social issues are thoroughly discussed. Maps, black-and-white illustrations, and portraits add further interest and appear on nearly every page. Footnotes appear in smaller print on the same page as their reference. A wonderful, comprehensive, oversized resource.-Claudia Moore, W. T. Woodson High School, Fairfax, VA
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