Two CIVIL War History Books: Fort Monroe and Virginia Peninsula (the CIVIL War History Series)
Charleston, SC, Arcadia. 0. Paperback, 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Book, Both are are signed by Quarstein, listed below by book number and are listed for sale separately elsewhere by the same number:  Quarstein, John V. & Dennis P. Mroczkowski. Fort Monroe: The Key to the South. 2000 Very Good Plus ISBN: 073850114X. Apparent FIRST EDITION. "..a powerful pictorial portraying the exciting history of the only fort in the Upper South to remain under Union control throughout the Civil War..a Federal bastion within the Confederacy and influenced many of the Civil War's greatest events..quickly became a symbol of freedom and helped to define the wartime objective to end slavery..also played a critical role in the eventual Union victory, serving as a base for amphibious operations against Southern ports as well as staging campaigns against the nearby Confederate capital in Richmond." No marks except owner signature and signature of Quarstein with inscription, light shelf wear. 127pp.  Quarstein, John V. The Civil War on the Virginia Peninsula. 1997 FIRST EDITION, FIRST PRINTING. Used - Like New ISBN: 0752409204. First Sentence: The Virginia Peninsula is a narrow strip of land formed by the Chesapeake Bay, York River, Hampton Roads, and the James River. "..the first comprehensive pictorial history interpreting the events that occurred on the Virginia Peninsula during the war that forever changed our nation." No marks except owner signature and signature of author with inscription. 127pp. Ships in sturdy cardboard for ultimate protection, no bubble mailers!. See Descriptions. Signed by Author with Inscription.
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Book number: 10183
USD 12.95 [Appr.: EURO 11 | £UK 9.75 | JP¥ 1351]
Keywords: Virginia History Civil War