|Title and Author/Editor:||The Life of General Ulysses S. Grant. Containing a Brief but Faithful Narrative of Those Military and Diplomatic Achievements Which Have Entitled Him to the Confidence and Gratitude of His Countrymen (John S. C. Abbott, 1868), The Life of Gen. Philip Sheridan. Its Romance and Reality: How a Humble Lad Reached the Head of the Army (Frank A. Burr and Richard J. Hinton, 1888), Addresses on the Presentation of the Sword of Gen. Andrew Jackson to the Congress of the United States, Delivered in the Senate and House of Representatives, February 26, 1855 (1855), McClellan’s Own Story: The War for the Union, The Soldiers who Fought It, The Civilians Who Directed It, and His Relations to It and to Them (George B. McClellan, 1887), Life of Wm. Tecumseh Sherman, Late Retired General, U.S.A. (W. Fletcher Johnson,1891), Robert E. Lee: The Soldier (Major-General Sir Frederick Maurice, 1975)|
|Genre:||Military, Biography, Autobiography and Memoirs, History|
|Period:||Mid to Late 19th Century, Late 20th Century|
|Edition Statement:||First Editions, Early Editions|
|Number of Books:||5|
- wear to covers with bumped corners, material loss, soiling and rubbed edges; writing to endpapers; cracked hinges; tanning, fading and foxing to text pages and edges.
- measures McClellan’s Own Story.