Johnston | Joseph E.

Narrative Of Military Operations

First Edition



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First edition of Narrative Of Military Operations by General Joseph E. Johnston.

Octavo, 602pp, [6pp ads], [2]. Quarter brown leather, title in gilt on spine, decorative raised bands, marbled boards. New endpapers. Complete with 6 maps, a frontispiece portrait of Johnston, and 14 illustrated plates. Scattered foxing to plates, primarily on tissue covers. Faint dampstain to fore edge of appendix and rear advertisements, no impact to text. (Howes J167) (Dornbusch III, 1399) (Nevins II, 68)

An attractive binding and presentation for this work.

General Joseph E. Johnston (1807-1891) was a senior Confederate commander during the Civil War. After leading forces to victory at the First Battle of Bull Run, Johnston became commander of the Army of Northern Virginia, but due to an injury during the Peninsula Campaign, Jefferson Davis turned command over to General Robert E. Lee for the remainder of the war. Johnston was later given command of the Department of the West in late 1862, and by 1864, now in command of the Army of the Tennessee, he fought against Maj. General William Tecumseh Sherman in the Atlanta Campaign. After the war, Johnston received high praise from Generals Grant and Sherman, befriending both men and serving as a pallbearer at Sherman’s funeral. (Eicher 257)

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D. Appleton And Company


First Edition

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Quarter Leather


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