Lloyd's battle history of the great rebellion: complete, from the capture of Fort Sumter, April 14, 1861, to the capture of Jefferson Davis, May 10, 1865, embracing General Howard's tribute to the volunteer ... and a general review of the war for the union
H.H. Lloyd, 1866 - History - 712 pages
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