Richmond During the War: Four Years of Personal Observation (Collector's Library of the Civil War)
by Putnam, Sallie B.
The Civil War turned the genteel world of Virginia society upside-down for Sallie Brock Putnam. She lived in the Confederate capital of Richmond throughout the war and saw it transformed from a quiet town of culture to a swollen refugee camp, black-market center, prison venue, and hospital complex. As the smoke from nearby battlefields drifted into town, swaggering young soldiers and ambulance trains filled the streets. Some loss of gilt to spine. Time Life Books, 1984. Very Good/No Jacket. (Inventory #: 2195025)
Literature, American & Military History, General Antiquarian
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