Field Artillery Weapons of the Civil War

University of Delaware Press, 1988 - 322 pagina's
This volume presents the most comprehensive identification of every size and kind of single-shot Civil War cannon that records and surviving weapons allow, and it provides a thorough understanding of how the war opened a new era for artillery. Contains more than 150 photographs and drawings, extensive appendixes, and locations for more than 2,000 Civil War fieldpieces known to still exist. Illustrated.

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Federal 6pounder Guns and 3 67inch Rifles
Confederate 6pounder Guns and 3inch Rifles

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The late Dr. James C. Hazlett graduated from Linsly Military Institute and from Cornell University before preparing for his career in medicine at Thomas Jefferson University. Dr. Hazlett was a fellow of the Company of Military Historians and served that organization as both governor and president Edwin Olmstead is a graduate of Allegheny College and of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He is a fellow of the U.S. Army Military History Institute M. Hume Parks has been a collector and dealer in military relics for more than sixty years

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