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A Campaign from Santa Fe to the Mississippi ; Being a History of the Old Sibley Brigade by  W. Randolph Howell Theophilus Noel - Hardcover - Limited ed - 1961 - from Tannery Books and

A Campaign from Santa Fe to the Mississippi ; Being a History of the Old Sibley Brigade

by Theophilus Noel, W. Randolph Howell

Condition: Ex-Library

Raleigh: Charles R. Sanders Jr., 1961. Limited ed. Hardcover. Ex-Library. [Theophilus Noel, W. Randolph Howell] A Campaign from Santa Fe to the Mississippi; Being a History of the Old Sibley Brigade, with an introduction by Neal Austin, Raleigh, Charles R. Sanders Jr., 1961, Limited Edition reprint, no. 23 of 500 copies. Black cloth spine over printed cloth-covered boards, white title pastedown on front 8vo (25 cm), [xx] [4 pp provenance of original book and table of brigade battles] 152 pp [2pp transcription]. Ex-library (Very Good): printed cloth worn on edges with chip on lower edge, ex-library with pocket and related markings, pages crisp, no underlining.


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