The American Iliad: The Epic Story of the Civil War as Narrated by Eyewitnesses and Contemporaries

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Credits and Acknowledgments
The authors gratefully acknowledge the following permission to reprint material in this volume:
From Appleton's Cyclopedia of American Biography, edited by James Grant Wilson and John Fiske, copyright, 1892, by D. Appleton and Company, reprinted by permission of the publisher.
From A Diary from Dixie by Mary Boykin Chesnut, copyright, 1905, by D. Appleton and Company, reprinted by permission of the publisher.
From General Lee by Fitzhugh Lee, copyright, 1894, by D. Appleton and Company, 1922, by Ellen Bernard Lee, reprinted by permission of the publisher.
From Campaigning with Grant by General Horace Porter, copyright, 1897, by The Century Company, reprinted by permission of the publisher.
From Recollections of the Civil War by Charles A. Dana, copyright, 1898, by D. Appleton and Company, reprinted by permission of the publisher.
From Under the Old Flag by James Harrison Wilson, copyright, 1912, by D. Appleton and Company, reprinted by permission of the publisher.
From Lew Wallace: An Autobiography by Lew Wallace, copyright, 1906, by Harper & Bros., reprinted by permission of the publisher.
From Recollections of a Rebel Reefer by James Morris Morgan, copyright, 1917, by Houghton Mifflin Company, reprinted by permission of Helen Morgan Wallace.
From The Diary of Gideon Welles, edited by John T. Morse Jr., copyright, 1911, by Houghton Mifflin Company, reprinted by permission of the publisher.
From The Autobiography of Sir Henry Morton Stanley, edited by his wife Dorothy Stanley, copyright, 1911, by Houghton Mifflin Company, reprinted by permission of the publisher.

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