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Stonewall of the West  Patrick Cleburne and the Civil  War by Craig L. Symonds - First Edition - 1992 - from Books About The South and Biblio.com

Stonewall of the West Patrick Cleburne and the Civil War

by Craig L. Symonds

Condition: Fine/Fine


Lawrence Kansas: University Press of Kanas, 1992. F/F/1st ed., 1st prntng. A clean solid copy. Appears unread, though the previous owner's stamp is on the top of the front free end paper. No other marks, no soiling. The binding is tight and the corners are sharp. Dust jacket no wear, and has been covered with a mylar sleeve. Not a remainder or ex-library. 322pp., maps, photo section, notes, bibiliography, index. Comes to you in an acid free document bag for storage. Sent to you boxed, and I can have it in the mail to you tomorrow.. First Edition. Hard Cover. Fine/Fine. Biography/GenPatrick Cleburne.


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