Memoir of Capt. C. Seton Fleming, of the Second Florida Infantry, C.S.A., Illustrative of the History of the Florida Troops in Virginia during the War Between the States.; With appendix of the casualties.

Jacksonville, FL: Times-Union Publishing House, 1884. First edition. 8vo. 124, (1) pp. Portrait frontispiece and three other portraits from wood engravings. The subject of the book, commander of a company in the 2nd Florida Infantry, was killed in action at Cold Harbor; the author, his brother, served as governor of Florida, 1889-1893. Includes service in the peninsula campaign, the battles before Richmond, Second Manassas, and Gettysburg. Cover title: "The Florida Troops in Virginia: A Memoir of Captain C. Seton Fleming, C.S.A." Howes F-177. Dornbusch II, 194. Nevins Civil War Books I, p. 89: "A little known work, important chiefly for personal insights into action late in the war." Servies 7614. Offset from a newspaper clipping concerning the author (still present), else very good. Original gilt-stamped limp brown cloth (spine ends rubbed). (#5674). Item #58495

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