11 ILLUSTRATIONS -- all are full page. Also includes portraits of Robert E Lee & Gen. A graphic recital of personal experiences throughout the entire Civil War, in which the author was actually engaged in 25 battles and skirmishes, was three times taken prisoner, and incarcerated in Andersonville, Libby, Pemberton, and other Southern Prisons.An inside view of those dens of death and atrocities practiced. A vivid and truthful description of the life of a Union volunteer in all its different phases-on the battle-field, in the prison den, at the picket line, and in the camp and bivouac. The author was a part of Company D, First Regiment Pennsylvania Reserve Infantry. Condition: Please zoom in on photos carefully as they are part of the description. All of my books are VERY OLD and have wear. Very secure // back cover looks very good. Spine ends - some curling, no splits.
Inner hinges - very good. Pages - very clean, staining to the edge of the frontis. Rips /folds - no rips or folds.
Other - gilt is still quite bright for its age! A very nice book to add to your library. Please Add me to your Favorites list. AND check back now and then to see what's new! Otherwise I can't send you a new invoice.T can take up to 14 days to get back East [rare, but it does happen] I use. This book is very old and. May have accumulated bad smells along the way [musty basement/ mildew/ smoke]. Dryer sheets in them for a few months makes a world of difference! My nose doesn't work like it use to. So the old book smell doesn't bother me. As far as I can tell -this book smell fine. The item "CIVIL WAR HORRORS of CONFEDERATE PRISONS ANDERSONVILLE LIBBY + UNION SOLDIER" is in sale since Thursday, November 28, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Books". The seller is "craminn" and is located in Sherwood, Oregon. This item can be shipped to United States.