Sketch of battle of Gain's [sic] Mill June 27th 1862 : 5th Army Corps. commanded by Maj. Genl. Fitz John Porter, U.S.A. [1862?]

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Sketch of battle of Gain's [sic] Mill June 27th 1862 : 5th Army Corps. commanded by Maj. Genl. Fitz John Porter, U.S.A.

Sketch of battle of Gain's [sic] Mill June 27th 1862 : 5th Army Corps. commanded by Maj. Genl. Fitz John Porter, U.S.A. [1862?]

1 map : ms., col., on tracing cloth ; 44 x 49 cm.

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