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SOLDIERING IN THE SOUTH DURING THE RECONSTRUCTION PERIOD, 1865-1877 Presented in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Doctor of Philosophy. in Two Volumes
Ohio State University. Very Good. 1958. Hardcover. A thorough description of the lives of ordinary soldiers in the South - Pfanz covers everything from clothing to discipline - the dissertation more closely resembles a reference work than a monograph. As a source of the conditions of service after Appomattox, "Soldiering in the South" has no equal. Black cloth. Gilt titles on spine. Typewritten on one side only on watermarked onionskin. Six tables and one illustration in Volume I. Three tables and twelve illustrations in Volume II, all of which are black and white maps. ; Harry W. Pfanz is author of "Gettysburg--The First Day", "Gettysburg--The Second Day" and "Gettysburg--Culp's Hill and Cemetery Hill". He served for ten years as a historian at Gettysburg National Military Park and retired from the position of Chief Historian of the National Park Service in 1981. "Soldiering in the South" was never published in book form. ; 4to 11" - 13" tall; vii, 723 pages .
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