THE BATTLE OF FRANKLIN, NOVEMBER 30, 1864: THE BLOODIEST ENGAGEMENT OF THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES. R. W. Banks.
THE BATTLE OF FRANKLIN, NOVEMBER 30, 1864: THE BLOODIEST ENGAGEMENT OF THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES.
THE BATTLE OF FRANKLIN, NOVEMBER 30, 1864: THE BLOODIEST ENGAGEMENT OF THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES.
THE BATTLE OF FRANKLIN, NOVEMBER 30, 1864: THE BLOODIEST ENGAGEMENT OF THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES.
THE BATTLE OF FRANKLIN, NOVEMBER 30, 1864: THE BLOODIEST ENGAGEMENT OF THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES.

THE BATTLE OF FRANKLIN, NOVEMBER 30, 1864: THE BLOODIEST ENGAGEMENT OF THE WAR BETWEEN THE STATES.

NY & Washington: Neale Pub. Co. 1908. 8vo. 88 pp. Original gilt-stamped blue cloth (a little spotted). Very good copy. Item #35236

First edition. The author served as captain of Company D, 37th Mississippi Infantry in the Confederate army. Dornbusch Il, 607. Nicholson, p. 54. Not in Nevins.

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