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The Boys Who Went to War from Cumberland University 1861-1865 by William C. Floyd and jPaul Gibson - First Edition - 2001 - from Books About The South and Biblio.com

The Boys Who Went to War from Cumberland University 1861-1865

by William C. Floyd and jPaul Gibson

Condition: Very Good+


Gettysburg PA: Thomas Publications, 2001. 1st ed. A clean tight copy with no markings or soiling. No dust jacket as issused. Laminate covers. A touching tribute to these young men, this book is a combination of two original autograph books, with photographs, complied by a student at Cumberland University in Lebanon, Tennessee. Short biographies accompany the photographs, the information was obtained from the National Archives and Records Administration. Book will come to you in an archival document bag for storage, and will be mailed to you boxed. I can have it in the mail tomorrow.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Very Good+. History/biographies/Civil War.


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