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History of the Easel-Shaped Monument and a key to the principles and objects of the Grand Army of the Republic and its co-workers : also a concise history of such historical events as would naturally be suggested by a careful study of the picture of the Easel-Shaped Monument viz: Divisions and subdivisions of the Union Army; Officers in the Order of their rank and line of promotion; enlistments from the different states with total loss by death; alphabetical list of all the battles and engagements, (land and sea) with casualties; together with a complete list of all the G.A.R. Posts in the United States, alphabetically arranged by towns, with time of meeting, &c, &c

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Washington, D.C. : Filmed by the Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 1992
1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm.

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Microfilm of original published: Chicago : Dux Publishing Co., c1893. vi, 424 p.

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