The century war book: People's pictorial edition (part 5)



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The fight between the "Monitor" and "Merrimac"; Building the "Merrimac," and the Confederate side in the battle by John Taylor Wood, Lieutenant of the "Merrimac" (continued from part IV); The Union Side- int he "Monitor" Turret by S. Dana Greene, Executive Officer of the "Monitor"; The building of the "Monitor" by Captain John Ericsson, inventor of the "Monitor"; The loss of the "Monitor" by Francis B. Buttes, a survivor of the crew; McClellan organizing the Grand Army by Philippe, Comte de Paris, Aide-de-camp to General McClellan; Campaigning to no purpose, recollections of a Private,--II. by Warren Lee Goss; The Peninsular Capaign by George B. McClellan, Major-General, U.S.A. General-in-Chief of the United States Army during the first part of teh Peninsular Campaign.



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