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Field Artillery Weapons of the Civil War, revised edition

Detailed survey, with photographs and diagrams, of the field artillery used by both sides in the Civil War

This is a detailed survey, replete with photographs and diagrams, of the field artillery used by both sides in the Civil War. In paperback for the first time, the book provides technical descriptions of the artillery (bore, weight, range, etc.), ordnance purchases, and inspection reports. Appendixes provide information on surviving artillery pieces and their current locations in museums and national parks.

"This publication is highly recommended for anyone interested in Civil War field artillery, ordnance technology and the necessary data associated with the various pieces that went into combat on both sides."--Dale E. Biever


The late Dr. James C. Hazlett was a fellow of the Company of Military Historians and served that organization as both governor and president. Edwin Olmstead 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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