[CIVIL WAR - BOOKS]. A group of books related to Civil War prisons, Ambrose Burnside, and the 19th Corps, comprising

KELLOGG, Robert H. Life and Death in Rebel Prisons. Hartford, CT: L. Stebbins, 1865. -- WOODBURY, Augustus (1825-1895). Major General Ambrose E. Burnside and the Ninth Army Corps. Providence: Sidney S. Rider & Brother, 1867. 8vo. Engraved portraits and maps throughout. (Toned.) SIGNED BY THE AUTHOR, a Chaplain of the 1st Rhode Island Infantry who was the National Chaplain-in-Chief for the GAR in 1873. -- TYLER, Robert Ogden (1831-1874). Memoir of Brevet Major-General Robert Ogden Tyler. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1878. Engraved frontispiece portrait, half-titles. -- IRWIN, Richard B. (1839-1892). History of the Nineteenth Army Corps. New York and London: G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1892. Maps. Irwin, a descendant of Benjamin Franklin, served with several units throughout the war, including as an Adjutant General for the XIX Army Corps along the Mississippi. -- MAY, William H. The Old Flag: Fiftieth Anniversary, 1864-1914. Bridgeport, CT: "The Old Flag" Pub. Co., 1914. 4to. Illustrations, portraits, facsimiles. Publisher's original navy cloth with illustrated gilt pastedown with a portrait of May (some spotting to boards). A GAR publication with facsimiles and a history of The Old Flag, a hand-written newsletter created by Union prisoners at Camp Ford, Tyler, Texas in 1864. Captain May of the Co. I, 23rd CT Infantry was listed as a POW on 23 June 1863 at Brashear City, LA, later paroled on 22 July 1864. -- Together, 5 works in 5 volumes, all FIRST EDITION, 8vo and 4to, all in publisher's bindings, condition generally fine. 


DYER, Frederick H. A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion. Dayton, OH: Broadfoot Publishing Company, Morningside Press, 1994. 2 volumes. 4to. Extensive tables. Original publisher's cloth (spines creased). -- NESMITH, J.H. The Soldier's Manual, for Cavalry, Artillery, Light Infantry, and Infantry. Philadelphia: Riling and Lentz, 1963. 8vo. 11 color plates showing uniforms. Original publisher's boards with black morocco spine label gilt; slipcase. Facsimile edition originally published by the author in 1824. -- Together, 2 works 3 volumes. 

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