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Hardcover with flexible boards, no DJ, mylar cover. Monarch Printing, 1911. In very good condition, hinges appear to be reinforced by a professional binder. 183 pages. Tipped in slip reads "Compliments of General Grenville M. Dodge", b & w frontispiece portrait of author, 17 additional b & w illustrations. The Southwestern Campaign: Letter of General Dodge to his father (regarding the Battle of Pea Ridge), the Battle of Atlanta, Letter to General Raum (regarding The Battle of Atlanta, the Indian Campaigns of 1864-65, the Indian Campaigns of 1965-66, Campaign up the Tennessee River Valley, the Campaign in the West, A Talk to Old Comrades, General Grant, Use of Block-Houses during the Civil War, and incident of the war (the execution of Samuel Davis, Confederate spy), Dodge on the water cure and Misplaced Sympathy (regarding cruelities in the Phllipines.