Long considered one of the most significant personal records of the Civil War, this hard to find original 1886 printing of Washington Davis's Camp-Fire Chats of the Civil War offers firsthand accounts of 'Adventure and Wayside Exploit of the Bivouac and Battle Field, as Related by Veteran Soldiers Themselves : Embracing the Tragedy, Romance, Comedy, Humor and Pathos in the Varied Experiences of Army Life' and has been considered a must have on the book shelf of the GAR collector for its History of the Grand Army of the Republic from formation to the 1886, 20th National Encampment at San Francisco. Widely reprinted for its depth of information and reflections of personal experiences as well as activities of the Civil War veteran's grand old G. A. R., original printings are seldom offered in nice condition. This 420 page illustrated> original remains in pleasing condition with minimal evidence of period handling while remaining tight at the binding and complete with no missing, marked up or otherwise damaged pages. A nice addition to any Civil War library.

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