In which the author places the numerical strength of the armies that fought for the Confederacy at approximately 1,000,000 men and shows that 296,579 white soldiers living in the South, and 137,676 colored soldiers, and approximately 200,000 men living in the North that were born in the South, making 634,255 southern soldiers, fought for the Preservation of the Union New York: Neale Publishing Company, 1912.
First Edition. Hardcover. Octavo. 408 pages, . Rebound copy. Black buckram binding with title on the spine. New front end sheets.
Nevins I page 4. Good. Item #17888