[The Civil war ; miscellaneous materials about the American civil war.]. 1946?


Holbrook, Stewart Hall, 1893-1964. [The Civil war ; miscellaneous materials about the American civil war.].

[The Civil war ; miscellaneous materials about the American civil war.]. 1946?

1 v. (unpaged) : ill. ; 20 cm.

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