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An Artist's Story of the Great War

Edwin Forbes - Art - 2002 - 336 pages
Edwin Forbes was born in New York City in 1839. He worked as a sketch artist for Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper joining the staff at age 22. In 1861 he was attached to ...
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Arms and Equipment of the Civil War

Jack Coggins - History - 2004 - 160 pages
From iron-clads, submarine torpedoes, and military balloons to pontoon bridges, grenades, and siege artillery, this excellent work describes what materiel was available to the ...
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Down in Dixie: Life in a Cavalry Regiment (Expanded, Annotated)

Stanton Perry Allen - Biography & Autobiography - 2016
Only fourteen years old when he first tried enlisting in the Union army, he was not quite seventeen when he mustered out at the end of the war. Along the way, Stanton Perry ...
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Soldiers' Civil War Letters (Expanded, Annotated)

Various Soldiers - Biography & Autobiography - 2016
Perhaps no army in history, prior to the American Civil War, left such a remarkable and voluminous collection of letters to home during the years 1861 to 1865. This collection ...
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Alonzo's War: Letters from a Young Civil War Soldier

Mary Searing O'Shaughnessy - History - 2012 - 268 pages
Alonzo Bryant Searing, a high school graduate aged 18, enlisted in the 11th New Jersey Volunteer Regiment in Dover, New Jersey in 1862 and served two years and ten months as a ...
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