The Battle of Nashville; The Limit of the Last Aggressive Movement of the Armies of the Confederacy, Hood's Grand Maneuver Designed to Prevent Sherman's March to the Sea. Fought in the Southern Suburbs of Nashville, December 15-16, 1864. W. E. BEARD.

The Battle of Nashville; The Limit of the Last Aggressive Movement of the Armies of the Confederacy, Hood's Grand Maneuver Designed to Prevent Sherman's March to the Sea. Fought in the Southern Suburbs of Nashville, December 15-16, 1864

Nashville, TN: Industrial Bureau, 1913. First Edition. Original wraps. 5 3/8 X 8 1/8 Inches. 16 PP. Fair. Item #3160

Rare original 1913 copy of this tract on the disastrous plan of attack by John Bell Hood at the Battle of Franklin and farther south. Rare copy in original covers. Covers are loose and old newspaper clips glued to inside covers. This has cause heavy offsetting to the first and last page. A bit of wear to covers and edges. A rare surviving copy. OCLC locates only 12 copies.

Price: $150.00

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