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Bull Run to Bull Run; or, Four Years in the Army of Northern Virginia

by BAYLOR, George

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BAYLOR, George. Bull Run to Bull Run; or, Four Years in the Army of Northern Virginia. Containing a Detailed Account of the Career and Adventures of the Baylor Light Horse, Company B, Twelfth Virginia Cavalry, C.S.A., with Leaves from My Scrap-Book. Richmond: B.F. Johnson Publishing Company, 1900. 1st ed. 412pp. Portrait frontis., portraits. Orig. pictorial cloth. Fine. Dornbusch II, 1244. "A much-consulted memoir by a Virginian cavalryman; especially good for Baylor's personal observations" Nevins I, p.55.

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