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Mosby's Rangers : A Record of the Operations of the Forty-Third Battalion Virginia Cavalry from Its Organization to the Surrender from the Diary of a Private, Supplemented and Verified with Official Reports of Federal Officers and Also of Mosby...

by Williamson, James J

Condition: Fair

New York, NY: Ralph B. Kenyon, 1896. First edition. Hardcover. Fair. Octavo (standard size) Library Binding. NOT Ex-library. Wear to edges and corners of boards, some scuffing to covers. Water staining to page edges of majority of pages, more so at front and rear. 509 p. w/ maps and illus, roster, index. A classic Confederate Civil War account of one of the most effective and famous cavalry forces in United States history, in worn but serviceable condition.


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