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New York: Appleton, 1881. 19 plates, mostly portraits. 14 folding maps. 2 volumes, Thick 8vo, original brown cloth. New York: D. Appleton, 1881. First Edition. Very good Light offsetting on opposite pages of most portraits. Pages throughout both volumes are slightly wavy. A small amount of dampstaining to margins of Frontis. and title-page of volume one. Overall a very good set that is tight and bright. Howes D-120. Nevins, Civil War Books II, p. 51.
New York: Belford Company, 1890. A Memoir by His Wife. folding maps, plates, portraits. 2 Vols. Thick 8vo, original brown cloth, scattered foxing in volume II, mostly in margin, new endpapers in both volumes, otherwise very good. New York: Belford Company, (1890). First Edition. A tight, bright set. "A...sentimentalized account, including parts which Davis dictated before his death." Civil War Books II, p. 51.
New York: Black Dog & Leventhal, 1998. Two volumes. New introduction by William C. Davis. Nearly 2,000 photographic images of the Civil War. 1371 pages and 1366 pages, very thick 12mo, blue cloth, d.w. New York: Black Dog & Leventhal, (1998). A very good set in very good dust wrappers. Volume I: Fort Sumter to Gettysburg. Volume II: Vicksburg to Appomattox.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1913. illus. xix, 440pp. 8vo, handsomely rebound in later 1/2 brown morocco. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 1913. Near Fine Author was a 20 year old living in Baton Rouge in 1862. After Federal troops invaded Baton Rouge, Sarah Dawson moved around Louisiana, before arriving in New Orleans in 1863. She lived there for the rest of the Civil War.
Albany: Avery Herrick, 1866. With a historical sketch of the Second Oswego Regiment, Eighty-First New York State V.I. Illustrated. 324pp. 12mo, original blind stamped green cloth; (some pages with light foxing, page 65 chipped and repaired, with the partial loss of 4 words). Albany: Avery Herrick, 1866. Very good.