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[145] An engaging and charming book. Grant's personality is nowhere better drawn.

XIV. A Bird's-eye view of our Civil War. By Theodore Ayrault Dodge. (Boston and New York, 1897: Houghton, Mifflin & Co.) As a book of quick reference, a table of contents, so to speak, the reader will find this of great help — as did the writer.

XV. Battles and leaders of the Civil War. Four volumes. (New York, 1897: The Century Company.) This contains almost everything its title indicates, and is of permanent value.

XVI. * the Mississippi valley in the Civil War. By John Fiske. Boston and New York, 1900: Houghton, Mifflin & Co.) This is an essential book to read, and as delightful as it is necessary.

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