Samuel Francis Du Pont, A Selection from his Civil War Letters
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Cornell University Press, NY. Superb 3 volume set in a very good to fine slip case. Volume I is titled: The Mission -- 1860-1862; Volume II is titled: The Blockade, 1862-1863; Volume III is titled: The Repulse, 1863-1865. This is a wealth of information on naval affairs and actions during the war coming from one of the most prominent of Union Admirals. Du Pont's letters are detailed and to the point. They offer insight on other commanding officers, naval fights, naval policies, etc. All three first edition volumes are in very good to fine condition. Bookseller Inventory # 12867
Title: Samuel Francis Du Pont, A Selection from his...
Publisher: Cornell University Press, NY.
Publication Date: 1969
Book Condition: Very Good
Edition: 1st Edition
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