Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1911.
Many portraits of soldiers who fought in the Battle of Chickamauga. 9 battle maps, some of which have troop positions in color. 4 of the maps are folding and 3 are double-page. xxxiv, 462pp. 8vo, later full brown morocco with gilt decoration, spine, edges of corners, and small areas of cover edges worn, a few pages, including one plate, lightly dampstained in top margin. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1911. First Edition
Extra-Illustrated with 19th century engraved portraits of Union and Confederate Generals. Bound in on page 252 is an autographed letter signed, dated October 6, 1863, from an auditor with the Third Auditor's Office, United States Treasury Department. It refers to account discrepancies and a balance owed on the account of Lieut. Thomas Bonsal of the 1st Virginia Cavalry. Bound in page 48 is a 19th century photograph of a Union soldier in uniform from the waist up.