FIRST MANASSAS BATTLEFIELD MAP STUDY [THE VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR BATTLES AND LEADERS SERIES] [SIGNED and INSCRIBED]. Ed Bearss.
FIRST MANASSAS BATTLEFIELD MAP STUDY [THE VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR BATTLES AND LEADERS SERIES] [SIGNED and INSCRIBED]
FIRST MANASSAS BATTLEFIELD MAP STUDY [THE VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR BATTLES AND LEADERS SERIES] [SIGNED and INSCRIBED]
FIRST MANASSAS BATTLEFIELD MAP STUDY [THE VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR BATTLES AND LEADERS SERIES] [SIGNED and INSCRIBED]
FIRST MANASSAS BATTLEFIELD MAP STUDY [THE VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR BATTLES AND LEADERS SERIES] [SIGNED and INSCRIBED]
FIRST MANASSAS BATTLEFIELD MAP STUDY [THE VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR BATTLES AND LEADERS SERIES] [SIGNED and INSCRIBED]
FIRST MANASSAS BATTLEFIELD MAP STUDY [THE VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR BATTLES AND LEADERS SERIES] [SIGNED and INSCRIBED]
FIRST MANASSAS BATTLEFIELD MAP STUDY [THE VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR BATTLES AND LEADERS SERIES] [SIGNED and INSCRIBED]

FIRST MANASSAS BATTLEFIELD MAP STUDY [THE VIRGINIA CIVIL WAR BATTLES AND LEADERS SERIES] [SIGNED and INSCRIBED]

Lynchburg, VA: H. E. Howard, n.d. [1995]. Limited First Edition [#312/1000]. Octavo, 108 pages, VG-/VG-; white DJ, golden yellow lettering: light age-toning/mild wear/scattered light fingerprint marks and other minor imperfections to covers of DJ, lettering (especially text to back cover) affected yet clear and legible; sticker to front flap, DJ protected by mylar; navy blue cloth boards, gold lettering: very light soiling to covers, very mild edgewear; light age-toning mostly to top, minor scattered foxing to text-block; signed by pinterior clean; ex-libris bookplate to front paste-down; INSCRIBED by Bearrs to previous owner, dated 12/15/95; SIGNED by Bearss to limitation page, No. 312 of 1000 signed and numbered copies stated to limitation page, "1st Edition" stated to title page; shelved Civil War.

9-83-1300051

Shelved Dupont Bookstore

Price: $100

NOTES

Volume constitutes a study of troop movements during the First Battle of Manassas, the first major battle of the American Civil War, between July 18, 1861 and July 21, 1861.

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