Letter, 1865 February 28, to Col. Alexander Doull.

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Warren, G. K. (Gouverneur Kemble), 1830-1882. Letter, 1865 February 28, to Col. Alexander Doull.

Letter, 1865 February 28, to Col. Alexander Doull.

Army officer. Assistant professor of mathematics at the U.S. Military Academy, West Point from 1859-1861. The letter was written during the last year of the Civil War and discusses the tactics of Generals Lee and Sherman.

4 p. 19 cm.

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