Southern History of the War: The Third Year of the War
C. B. Richardson, 1865 - Confederate States of America - 391 pages
This is the third volume of a three volume set chronicling the history of the American Civil War from the Southern perspective. It was written by the former editor of the Richmond Examiner and published out of London.
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