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The Story of the Civil War
By John Codman Ropes
William Roscoe Livermore A Concise Account of the War in the United States of
America between 1861-1865 Part 1.—Narrative of Events to the Opening of
Campaigns of 1862. With 5 maps. By John Codman Ropes. - - 8°, net $2.00.
“The most complete, comprehensive, and interesting account of the Civil War which has ever been published. ... We unhesitatingly recommend it as containing a wealth of information that no one can afford to be deprived of."—New Haven Evening Leader. Part II.-The Campaign of 1862. With 13
maps. By John Codman Ropes. 8°, net $2.50.
“Mr. Ropes evidently possesses that judicial type of mind so necessary to the accurate historian, and appears to be entirely free from individual bias. He has told the story of the Civil War as far as he has gone in a clear and comprehensive manner, and his work, when completed, will undoubtedly take rank among the standard histories of that great conflict."—New York Herald. Part III.—The Campaigns of 1863 to July
ioth. Together with the Operations on the Mississippi from April, 1862. In two volumes.
With about 70 maps and plans. By William Roscoe Livermore. 8o. Price, each volume - - net $2.50. Book 1.-Chancellorsville, Operations against
Vicksburg, etc. Book II.–Vicksburg, Port Hudson, Tullahoma,
The operations described in these volumes include an account of the First, Second, and Third Advances on Vicksburg; the Military Situation in January, 1863; the Bayou Expeditions; the Campaign behind Vicksburg; the Campaign of Chancellorsville; the Campaign of Gettysburg; the Campaign of Vicksburg.
G. P. Putnam's Sons
A Concise Account of the War in the United States of
of the Story by John Codman Ropes
Colonel United States Army
of Massachusetts ; Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, etc.
With Maps and Plans
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