1858 RARE Book Lot Civil War American Wars Indians Military Government
A collection of rare mid-19th-century books of Americana, United States military, and politics. The most famous perhaps is Benjamin Butler’s famous autobiography – a work recounting the life of Union army general who directed an expedition to the Gulf Coast and capture of New Orleans.
Henry Harrison’s ‘Battles of the Republic’ is a rare pre-Civil War book recounting the major battles and military events in the United States. This work outlines battles from the Revolutionary War through the Mexican American War including:
Battle of Lexington
Battle of Bunker Hill
Siege of Yorktown
Bombing of Tripoli
Battle of Chippewa
Black Hawk’s War
And many more
Item number: #6684
Main author: Henry William Harrison
Title: Battles of the republic : by sea and land, from Lexington to the city of Mexico
Published: Philadelphia : Porter & Coates, ©1858.
Main author: Benjamin F Butler
Title: Butler's book : autobiography and personal reminiscences of Major General Benj F. Butler : a review of his legal, political, and military career
Published: Boston : A.M. Thayer & Co., 1892.
Main author: America
Title: The American Annual Cyclopaedia and Register of Important Events of the year 1861.
Published: New York: Appleton & Co., 1865
Main author: Robert Beath
Title: History of the Grand Army of the Republic
Published: New York: Bryan, Taylor & Co., 1889.
Collation: Complete with all pages
Battles of the Republic; 448
Butler’s Book; 1154, 
The American Annual Cyclopaedia; [iv], 780, 
History of the Grand Army of the Republic; [iv], 720
Binding: Cloth and one leather; tight and secure
Visible repair to front and back board of Butler’s book, History of the Grand Army, The American Annual
Size: All different sizes
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