Military Memoirs of a Confederate
Charles Scribner’s Sons, NY. This incisive narrative has been acclaimed as the best critique of the Army of Northern Virginia. Alexander was one of only three Confederate artillerist to attain the rank of General. He was with the Army of Northern Virginia throughout the war, to include service at Chickamauga with Longstreet’s Corps. An In Tall Cotton title. Good copy of the first edition. The book has some shelfwear and cover staining, the spine’s tabs are worn and there is stain on the page tops (not internal to the pages). Hinges are starting. All the pages are clean and the binding is strong. 634 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 40004
Title: Military Memoirs of a Confederate
Publication Date: 1907
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
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