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Washington, DC: American Military Institute, 1972. quarto, 33, wraps, illus., map, references, damp stains and wrinkling to lower portion of covers and text (no pages stuck) Contains an article by Richard N. Ellis on "Volunteer Soldiers in the West, 1865." Also contains articles by Brereton Greenhous on "A Note on Western Logistics in the War of 1812," by K. Jack Bauer on "The U.S. Navy and Texas Independence," and by Thomas L. Connelly on "Vicksburg: Strategic Point or Propaganda Device?"
New York: 1863 (?). Presumed First Edition, First printing thus. Cloth. Format is approximately 3.5 inches by 6 inches. with a flap and tongue for closure at the front. Pocket at rear board. Space for a pencil at rear cover, no pencil present. Name of A. C. (?) Lewis inside front cover. Presumed published in New York as there is a page on Distances and Time by Railroad from New York. There is "A Complete Table of Stamp Duties as Amended March 3, 1863, that includes "A Table of Stamp Duties on Demand and Time Notes, Inland Bills of Exchange, etc." [6 pages]. There is a page on Rates of Postage. There is a page that has Eclipses in 1864 and a table of differences of time [for example when it was noon in New York it was !2:12 in Boston. There is a page that lists the Moon's Phases for 1864 New York together with a list of Sundays in 1864. This is followed by a page on the Moon's Phases for 1864 San Francisco together with a note on San Francisco Tides. Following this note is a twelve page table (one page per month) with sections for New York and San Francisco with columns for Sun Rise, Sun Set, Moon Rise, High Tide, Day of the Month, Day of Week. Starting on Friday, January, 1, 1864 the previous owner has filled in, in pencil, comments per day through Saturday, December 31, 1864. Notes usually include some comment on the weather. Several days just note 'Sick". Some of the writing is faded and hard to read. There are three pages of Memoranda with notes. There are monthly pages for Cash Accounts (mostly blank) and additional memoranda pages with notations. Civil War related. Entry for April 4, 1864 states in part: "After drill went over"
New York: American Heritage Pub. Co., 1960. quarto, 112, illus. (some color), boards and spine soiled and discolored, Contains an article by J. H. Plumb on George III, "Our Last King." Also contains an article by Morris C. Foote, Second Lieutenant, 92nd NY Inf. Vols., "Narrtive of an Escape from a Rebel Prison Camp," and an article by A. L. Todd on "Ordeal in the Arctic" about the Greely expedition.