Rich anthology of documents by Northerners who lived through the war and were often firsthand participants. Soldiers' letters home, prison narratives; addresses and orders by McClellan, Meade, and other generals; regimental histories, songs, letters of Lincoln, magazine articles, hospital sketches of... read more
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Rich anthology of documents by Northerners who lived through the war and were often firsthand participants. Soldiers' letters home, prison narratives; addresses and orders by McClellan, Meade, and other generals; regimental histories, songs, letters of Lincoln, magazine articles, hospital sketches of Louisa May Alcott, much more. 12 historic illustrations.
Reprint of the Longmans, Green and Co., New York, 1958 edition.
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