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Abbot, W. J. Battlefields and victory.
II. N. Y., Dodd, Mead & Co., 1891 $2 Principal military operations of the civil war from the accession of Grant to the command of the Union armies to the end of the war.
Battlefields and campfires.
II. N. Y., Dodd, Mead & Co., 1890 $3 The chief battlefields of the period covered are g^raphically described.
Blue jackets of '61.
II. N. Y., Dodd, Mead & Co., 1892 $2
Achievements of the navy in our civil war.
Allen, S. P. Down in Dixie.
II. D. Lothrop & Co.,.1892 $2.25 Personal recollections incidental to the war of the rebellion are given in chronolog-ical order.
Ammen, D. The Atlantic coast.
N. Y., Scribner's Sons, 1883 $1 It has been the aim to avoid exaggeration and adulation, as far as possible, leaving as it were to the reader to put on the gloss.
Bennett, F. M. The monitor and the navy under steam.
II. Bost., Houo-hton, Mifflin & Co., 1900 $1.50 This book was written by request of publishers as a history of the origin, career and influence of the United States iron-clad steamer Monitor.
Blaisdell, A. F. Stories of the civil war.
Bost., Lee & Shepard, n. d. $1 These stories are rich in romance, and all recount noble deeds that are well worth imitating.
Britton, W. The civil war on the border.
N. Y., Putnam's Sons, 1890 $3 Having served in the Federal army during the war, in that section written of, and participating in the operations, the author has recorded mostly what he himself witnessed.
Coffin, C. C. Redeeming- the republic.
II. N. Y., Harper & Bros., 1890 $3 A concise and authentic narrative of the leading militarj^ operations from the opening of the year 1864 to the close of its summer months.
j The boys of '61. N. Y., Harper & Bros., 1896 $1.75
A book of personal observation with the army and navy, from the first battle of Bull Run to the fall of Richmond.