Book Condition: Near Fine
Edition: Reprint Edition
Publisher: New York: Ralph B. Kenyon, 1982.
A Reprinted edition of the 1896 edition in Near Fine condition with some light wear to the boards and a Collector's Library of the Civil War insert and ex-library plate laid in.
The Mosby's Rangers: A Record of the Operations of the Forty-Third Battalion of Virginia Cavalry from its Organization to the Surrender by James J. Williamson is the story of a Confederate unit that fought with daring and success in the Shenandoah Valley. Led by Colonel John S. Mosby, the Rangers conducted daring raids against Union supply lines, often coming out on top thanks to their superior horsemanship and marksmanship. This book is a comprehensive look at their history, from their formation in 1861 to their surrender at Appomattox in 1865.; 8vo ; 511 pages; GinsID1218; MOSBY'S RANGERS: A RECORD OF THE OPERATIONS OF THE FORTY-THIRD BATTALION OF VIRGINIA CAVALRY FROM ITS ORGANIZATION TO THE SURRENDER. N.Y., 1909. 554pp. Illus. Original cloth. Second edition, revised and enlarged. Howes W498. Nicholson p.932. Dornbusch II:1303: "The plates of the 1896 edition were used through p.473. The best textual edition of this major biography.; OP:150.