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Among the general references and collected works found in Part 3 of Civil War Battles and Campaigns are: * Drum-Beat of the Nation, the First Period of the War of the Rebellion, from Its Outbreak to the Close of 1862, Charles Carleton Coffin, 1888; * Southern History of the War. Official Reports of Battles, as Published by Order of the Confederate Congress at Richmond, Confederate States of America, War Department, 1863; * The Decisive Conflicts of the Late Civil War, or Slaveholders' Rebellion, Battles Morally, Territorially, and Militarily Decisive..., John Watts De Peyster, 1867; * The History of the Civil War in America..., John S. C. Abbott, 1863-1866

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