Paperback, 139 pgs. This is the first and, according to many authorities, the best eyewitness account of the most pivotal event in American history. It is told by one whose unique position and duties required him to be in many sectors during the three-day battle. It is told by one whose education and training brought the skills of observation and narration to the task at hand. This edition is based on the text which appears in the second edition published by the Wisconsin History Commission in 1910, edited for spelling and style.
A Hardback First Edition is also available, slight damage to the back of the dust cover.