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Civil war illus 1972 73
Civil war illus 1972 73

10 Civil War Times Illustrated 1972-3 Stonewall Valley Campaign Lee Railroad

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Magazine Back Issues

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1972-3

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Title: Civil War Times Illustrated Volume XI, No. 1-10, April 1972 – Feb. 1973 Publication Information: Is published each month except Sept. and March by Historical Times, Inc., Gettysburg, Pa. Additional Information: Each issue has 50 pages (1 issue has 58 pages). Illustrated. Summary: Monthly Department in the issues (may vary from issue to issue and many not be in every issue) include: Book Reviews; What’s Coming in CWTI; Civil War Quiz. Feature Articles are: • Braxton Bragg by Grady C. McWhitney • Wilson’s Creek by Dee Brown • Fours Days at Gettysburg by John Y. Foster • The Flight in Richmond – Part I II by Stephen R. Mallory • The 54th Massachusetts by Charles E. Heller • The War in Words by James I. Robertson, Jr. (in multiple issues) • Special Issue: Stonewall in the Shenandoah The Valley Campaign of 1862 by James I. Robertson, Jr. • Plum Run Bend by E.B. Long • Running the Inland Blockade by George W. Booth • Quantrill in Texas by Albert Castel • A Letter From the Stonewall Edited by Frank J. Merli • Battle of Tupelo by Byron Stinson • Lee and His Staff by Jeffry D. Wert • Saving A General by Dr. Silas T. Trowbridge • Hooker’s Return to Chancellorsville by Samuel P. Bates • Commodore William D. Porter by Dana Wegner • The Bloody First Maine by Earl J. Coates • Life With The 15th Mass. by Sarg. Jonathan P. Stowe • Lincoln’s Frontier Guard by David Dary • Bringing in The Fingal by Maurice Melton • John F. Reynolds, General by Edward G. Longacre • The Kentucky Civil War Round Table by Holman Hamilton • The Diary of Gen. Henry Little, C.S.A. edited by Albert Castel • Battle Without A Victor...Iuka by Albert Castel • "Such A Fearful Accident” by the Rev. Levi C. Norton • Aftermath of an Ironclad by Robert A. Jones • Rebel Religion by E.M. Boswell • How Hardtack Was Made by J.J. Scroggs • The Brooks – Sumner Affair by Sylvia D. Hoffert • The South on the Seas by Frank Merli • From Slavery to Freedom Edited by Frank R. Levstik • "Give Me Love to All” The Civil War Letters of George S. Rollins edited by Gerald S. Henig • The Savior of Cincinnati by Robert E. Morsberger • A Closer Look at Harpers Ferry • The Weehawken’s "Fearful Accident” by Dana M. Wegner • Governor John Letcher, Virginian by F.N. Boney • The Battle That Almost Was – Manassas Gap by E.B. Long • A Bounteous Reward by George Peck • "The Earth Sook and Quivered” by Joseph J. Scroggs; edited by Sig Synnestvedt • Twilight of a Treasury by Micajah H. Clark • Nathaniel P. bamks; Fighting Politico by John E. McDowell • Major Lion’s Rocketeers: The New York Rocket Battalion by Frank H. Winter and Mitchell R. Sharpe • "We’ve Played Cards and Lost” by George W. Booth • "Spirited and Spicy Scenes” • A Grand Assemblage” George W. Rains and the Augusta Powder Works by Maurice Melton • First Shots at Fort Barrancas by Robert R. Scassellati, Jr. • Behind the Lines • Prophet of the Deep; The H.L. Hunley by Wallace Shugg • James J. Pettigraw by Clyde N. Wilson, Jr. • Railroads and Bridges of the Civil War A Picture Portfolio • "The Hell Hole”: New Hope Church by Richard M. McMurry Condition: Paper covers, covers show slight wear, some have a few small tears, and light soiling, all issues have had two small holes drilled in them near the binding side possibly for some type of two hole binder or for feeding a string through and holes did hit the very edge of some of the text but it can be made out, text is sound with some small soiled specks, few small tears, few bent page corners, and hint of age discoloring on outer edges but overall they are good to good plus copies. Shipping Handling/Payment: Bound Printed Matter with dc, 5.00 to 6.75, depending on zip, USA (not negotiable). (Periodicals and Magazines with advertising can not ship media mail according to USPS regulations). If insurance is not included in s h charges, it is extra and recommended as Seller is not responsible for uninsured items. F.O.B. Miller, SD. Next day shipping (except Sat.) with money orders. With checks (US only) item held 10-12 days (no exceptions). International s h will be quoted – International payment by International money order in US dollars and drawn on a US Bank. Email will be sent at auction end, please acknowledge within three days and payment to be received within 10 days. SD residents add 6 1/2% sales tax. . Multiple Purchases will be combined up to 15 pounds (Bound Printed Matter weight limit) to save on shipping handling charges. Thanks for looking. Whatnots Books Etc (licensed used book store) 50,000 Books Magazines for Sale. Specializing in South Dakota Books. I Appreciate Your Business. To avoid any conflicts PLEASE be sure to READ all details about the item in the entire listing. If you have any questions in regards to the item please ask. No question is too trivial. Thank-You for checking out my item Magazines Back Issues War History Civil War
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