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Lot 1275
Group of Forty-Eight Books of Civil War Interest, consisting of "Robert E. Lee" by Douglas Freeman," in four volumes, 1936; Another "Robert E. Lee" by Douglas Freeman, in four volumes, 1936; "The Great South A Record of Journeys" 1875, by Edward King; "Yazoo or on The Picket Line of Freedom" by Albert Morgan, 1884; "Civil War Ghosts and Legends" by Nancy Roberts; "Grant Takes Command" by Bruce Catton; "Kirby Smith's Confederacy" by Robert L Kerby; "Fighting for the Confederacy" by Gary Gallagher; "General E. Kirby Smith" by Joseph Parks; "The Confederate Soldier in the Civil War"; "Cease Firing" by Mary Johnston; "Seventy Years of Service" by B. J. Krieger; "The Memorial Volume of Jefferson Davis" by J. W. Jones, 1889; "History of the Great Rebellion" by Thomas P. Kettell, 1865; "Robert E. Lee, A Biography," Vol. 3; Two "McClellan's Own Story" by George McClellan, 1887; "A Stillness at Appomattox" by Bruce Catton; "The Civil War" by Bruce Catton; "Mr. Lincoln's Army" by Bruce Catton; "Proud New Flags" by F. Van Wyck Mason; "America's Tragedy" by James Adams; "Annual Report of the Secretary of War" 1875; "Crisis of fear" by Steven Channing; "The Civil War-Strange and Fascinating Facts" by Burke Davis; "The Image of War" by W. Fletcher Thompson; "Marching Through Georgia," by F. Y. Hedley, 1885; "4th Virginia Infantry," by James L. Robertson; "The Union Reader" by Richard Harwell; "A Battle From the Start" by Brian Steel Wills; "Crucial Moments of the Civil War" by Willard Webb; "Confederate Cavalry West of the River" by Stephen Oates; "Kentucky and Missouri" by Clement Evans; "When the Guns Roared" by Philip Van Doren Stern; "The Blue and the Gray" by Henry Steele Commager; "Blue and Gray" by James Ruby; "The Civil War" by Maurice Matloff; "The Final Fortress" by Samuel Carter III; "Lee" by Clifford Dowdey; "Caleb Pettengill" by George Eliot; "The Image of War" by William Thompson; and "The Destructive War" by Charles Royster. (48 Pcs.) Provenance: The Sword & Pen Antiques, 528 Royal Street, New Orleans, LA.


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Group of Forty-Eight Books of Civil War Interest,

Estimate $600 - $900Sep 17, 2017