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Gettysburg: The Second Day by  Harry W Pfanz - Hardcover - 4th - 1987 - from Callaghan Books South and Biblio.co.uk

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Gettysburg: The Second Day

by Pfanz, Harry W

Condition: Fine/Near Very Fine


Chapel Hill, North Carolina, U.S.A.: University of North Carolina Press, 1987. (4th) Large, thick, sturdy heavy book, fine brown cloth, very bright silver lettering on spine, 601 pages. DJ glossy red beneath mylar, spine very slightly faded, a battle scene on front, praise on back from Richard Snow, New York Times Book Review, Tom Wicker in Atlantic and others. Near Very Fine DJ/Very Fine book.. 4th. Cloth. Fine/Near Very Fine.


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