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Prisoners' Mail From the American Civil War

by Harrison, Galen D

Condition: Very good/no dust jacket


the author, 1997. First edition. Hardcover. Very good/no dust jacket. Quarto (oversized). Slight wear to edges and corners of boards. Very small tear in cloth at head of spine. Heel of spine bumped. Large ilight blue inked stamp from printer on flyleaf. 307 p. w/ b&w illus., appendices, index. Covers the mail from both sides of the conflict, including exaination marks and covers.





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