Title Morningside Press Civil War Library: 16 volumes, brand-new, in shrink-wrap
Book Condition New
Jacket Condition New
Publisher Dayton, Ohio Morningside Press various
Seller ID 340572
A good start on an instant library of Morningside Press books about the Civil War, straight from the widow of the publisher, Mary Younger, of Dayton, Ohio. Gift-quality conditions, inside and out, being brand-new, still in shrink-wrap volumes, neither shelf- nor edge-worn, neither sunned nor marked as remainders, being 16 volumes from the Morningside Press. Obviously unread, spines still crackle. Volumes contain scholarly apparatuses in the form of, e.g., notes, indexes, and bibliographies. The volumes include: Service With the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers (Rufus R. Dawes); Voices of the 55th: Letters From the 55th Massachusetts Volunteers 1861-1865 (edited by Noah Andre Trudeau); Intrepid Warrior: Clement Anselm Evans (edited by Robert Grier Stephens, Jr.); The Civil War Roundtable Fifty Years of Scholarship and Fellowship (Barbara Hughett) this volume not in shrinkwrap; The Diary of Cyrus B. Comstock (edited by Merlin E. Sumner); Military Memoirs of a Confederate: a critical narrative (E.P. Alexander); Recollections of the 4th Missouri Cavalry (William S. Burns); That Sterling Soldier: The Life of David A. Russell (Slade); George Henry Thomas, The Dependable General (Frank A. Palumbo); From Richmond to Texas: the 1865 Journey Home of Confederate Senator, Williamson S. Oldham (W. Buck Yearns); Lincoln Day by Day: A Chronology 1809-1865 (Earl Schenck Miers); High Tide at Gettysburg (Glenn Tucker); Chickamauga: Bloody Battle in the West (hardcover, Glenn Tucker) Shiloh: Bloody April (softcover, Wiley Sword); Under the Stars and Bars: a History of the Surry Light Artillery (Benjamin W. Jones, removed from shrinkwrap); Ordnance Manual 1863. Additional postage may be required for oversize or especially heavy volumes, and for sets.
Civil War |Union Army|Confederate Army|U.S. History|Military History