History of the Campaign of the Army of Virginia, under John Pope, Brigadier-General, U.S.A., Late Major-General, U.S. Volunteers, from Cedar Mountain to Alexandria, 1862.

Boston, (MA): Houghton, Osgood and Co., 1880. First edition. 8vo. xiv, 498 pp. Folding maps, large folding map in pocket at rear. Gordon (1823-1886), a native of Massachusetts, graduated from West Point just in time to serve in the Mexican War; beginning the Civil War in command of a regiment, leading a brigade in this campaign and a division for most of the balance of the conflict. Nevins I, p. 30: "A useful, but opinionated account of the Second Manassas campaign, by a Federal brigade commander; marred somewhat by the author's hostility to Pope." Nicholson, p. 321. Bookplate and owner's stamp, chip to front endpaper, else very good. Original black and gilt-stamped green cloth. (9939). Item #63571

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