ARMY & NAVY JOURNAL (Saturday, April 15, 1865) Civil War Newspaper
ARMY AND NAVY JOURNAL. GAZETTE OF THE REGULAR AND VOLUNTEER FORCES. NEW YORK, SATURDAY, APRIL 15, 1865.
Armed Forces Journal (AFJ) was a publication for American military officers and leaders in government and industry.
The publication was founded as The Army and Navy Journal and Gazette of the Regular and Volunteer Forces, a weekly newspaper printed in New York City. Its founders were brothers Francis Pharcellus Church and William Conant Church. William was a newspaperman and American Civil War veteran.
Civil War newspaper gazette in nice condition with light wear (small tear at spine edge fold). Rare Civil War newspaper gazette!
PRINCIPAL CONTENTS OF NUMBER THIRTY-FOUR:
The Campaign in Virginia.The Campaign in Alabama.Raising the Flag on Fort Sumter.Naval Register.Various Naval Matters.Railroads in War.The Rebel Caudine Forks.Whisky in the Army.Our Soldiers' Graves.Army and Navy Personal.The death of Gen. Winthrop.In Memoriam.North and South.Editorial Paragraphs.The Surrender of Lee.Abstract of Military Laws.Army Gazette.Navy Gazette.Official Dispatches.Proclamations by the Presidents.
Pages numbers 530-544.