HISTORY OF THE CONFEDERATE STATES NAVY FROM ITS ORGANIZATION TO THE SURRENDER OF ITS LAST VESSEL.
Publisher: New York:Rogers and Sherwood
Condition: Very Good
Binding: Hard Cover
Dust Jacket: No jacket
ITS STUPENDOUS STRUGGLE WITH THE GREAT NAVY OF THE UNITED STATES; THE ENGAGEMENTS FOUGHT IN THE RIVERS AND HARBORS OF THE SOUTH, AND UPON THE HIGH SEAS; BLOCKAGE-RUNNING, FIRST USE OF IRON-CLADS AND TORPEDOES, AND PRIVATEER HISTORY. New York:Rogers and Sherwood. 1887. 824pp. Illustrated. Hardbound, in leather binding with labels to spine. Rebound at some point with original boards using new end-pages. Leather boards shelfworn to boards at edge points, with some scuffing and peeling. Internally, slight stickiness to 1st free end-page where a large bookplate once resided. Otherwise pages clean, free of previous owners marks or any foxing. The binding is tight and hinges intact. *Howes S147.