He developed numerous new cannons and boat howitzers that incorporate new concepts and ideas. As Superintendent of Ordnance Stores he was directed to consult with Colonel William A. Howard and to supply the necessary artillery guns, cannon, carriages, and associated implements, materials and equipment for the invasion.Additionally, he applied the concept of interchangeable parts to the wheels of his gun carriages. THIS BOOK IS IN FINE - CONDITION This original, first edition wrap booklet is in excellent condition. The book comes protected in a clear, acid-free, archival sleeve with paperboard backing. The booklet is clean and tight.
It has a small chip to the top of the spine but is fine otherwise. The pages are free of any writing, smudging, foxing, stamps, pasteboards or other markings.
The booklet is richly illustrated throughout. An excellent piece of Civil War history and a very uncommon piece of Marine Artillery history.An excellent condition, first edition, antique book. AS ADAPTED FOR SERVICE ON THE COAST AND ON ISLAND WATERS.
The Steamboats, the Launches, the Guns with Siding and Field Carriages, and Implements Described, as Organized, Invented, and Adapted for Service. FIRST EDITION FINE - CONDITION WRAP BOOKLET PROTECTED IN A CLEAR, ACID-FREE, ARCHIVAL SLEEVE WITH PAPERBOARD BACKING.Original, Clean, Tight, Antique Wrap Booklet on Marine Artillery Illustrated with Diagrams of Guns, Etc. Original Manual of Marine Artillery and It's Adaptation of Combat. PUBLISHED BY HOLMAN, PRINTER, NEW YORK, IN 1863.
This original, first edition, antique wrap booklet, published in 1863, discusses Marine Artillery invented and adapted for service during the American Civil War. THIS BOOK IS IN FINE - CONDITION.This original, first edition wrap booklet is in excellent condition. Be sure to add me to your. Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing.
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