5 edition of Harpers pictorial history of the Civil War found in the catalog.
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||62|
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First 8 pages from title page to second volume loose from binding and present. This juxtaposition will illuminate distinctions in historical and contemporary perspectives on American events.
Best known for her use of the cut-paper silhouette, she transforms the genteel eighteenth-century portrait medium into stark, haunting tableaux. She revels in cruelty and laughter. All pages nice and clean. The occupation of Alexandria is the first fatalities of the North and South in the American Civil War within a month of the Battle of Fort Sumter.
They highly esteem those of good character and have little mercy for those who are selfish and deceptive. In this battle, the Union troops led by Flag Officer Andrew Hull Foote won the battle and opened the Tennessee River to Union traffic south of the Alabama border Wikipedia.
analysing site traffic and usage• Otherwise the contents are well bound and generally neat with usual scattered light toning and browsing soil.