American Civil War - Northern Regimentals
 
 
Title: Mother, May You Never See the Sights I Have Seen - The Fifty-seventh Massachusetts Veteran Vols...
Author: Wilkinson, Warren
Item #: 1115
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NY, 1990. First Edition. Illus., photos, maps, ports., rosters, appendices, 665 pp. This is a thoroughly researched, detailed account of an Army of the Potomac regiment in the last year of the war. Fine in DJ.
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Title: The Honors of the Empire State in the War of the Rebellion
Author: Townsend, Thomas S.
Item #: 1168
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NY, 1889. A. Lovell & Co., First Edition. 416 pp. This detailed work is largely a regimental history. About one-fifth is devoted to civilian aspects with interesting chapters on the professions, women in war, colleges, etc. Fine in Decorated Cloth & Mylar.
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$100.00 USD
 
Title: The First Volunteers - History of the First Minnesota Volunteer Regiment - 1861 - 1865
Author: Imholte, John Quinn
Item #: 1447
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MN, 1963. First Edition. Maps, rosters, 238 pp. On the morning of April 14, Gov. Ramsey of Minnesota tendered, in writing, 1000 troops "to defend the government." This is the history of that unit from Bull Run to after Gettysburg. Fine in DJ, price clipped.
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Title: The Irish Ninth - in Bivouac and Battle; or, Virginia and Maryland Campaigns
Author: Macnamara, M.H.
Item #: 1573
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MA, 1867. Lee and Shepard, First Edition. Illus., rosters, 306 pp. These somewhat embellished recollections cover the author's three years service in the East. Fine in Highly Decorated Cloth & Mylar. Repairs to spine.
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$250.00 USD
 
Title: The Story of One Regiment - The Eleventh Maine infantry Volunteers in the War of the Rebellion
Author: Brady, Robert
Item #: 1575
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NY, 1896. J.J. Little & Co., First Edition. Probably the best of the Maine regimental histories; highly detailed and highly personal; revealing for the Atlanta and Petersburg campaigns. Fine in Mylar. Very Scarce.
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Title: Under the Maltese Cross - Antietam to Appomattox - Campaigns of 155th PA Volunteers
Author: McKenna, Charles
Item #: 3882
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Pittsburg, PA, 1910. the 155th Regimental Assn. First Edition. Front., illus., ports., photos, maps, f.o. maps, 817 pp. This is a full, heavily illustrated history of a veteran unit that served with the 5th Corps, Army of the Potomac. Fine in Highly Decorated Cloth.
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Title: History of the Forty-Fifth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Militia ”The Cadet Regiment”
Author: Mann, Albert W.
Item #: 3890
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MA, 1908. Brookside Print. First Edition. Illus., ports., photos, maps, rosters, music, 562 pp. As part of the XVIII Corps, this regiment campaigned principally in North Carolina. Fine in Decorated Cloth & Mylar.
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Title: Berdan’s United States Sharpshooters in the Army of the Potomac 1861-1865
Author: Stevens, Capt. C. A.
Item #: 4883
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OH, 1984. Morningside reprint of 1892 ed. Illus., ports., photos, rosters, appendix, 555 pp. A superb regimental history of one of the North’s most famous commands; a professional journalist, Stevens captured drama, color, and excitement. Mint in Green Cloth, as issued.
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Title: My Brave Boys - To War with Colonel Cross & the Fighting Fifth
Author: Pride, Mike, and Travis, Mark
Item #: 4987
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NH, 2001. First Edition. 5th NH Volunteers. Maps, photos, ports., 323 pp. This is an excellent regimental history; two thousand regiments fought in Union armies during the war, and none suffered more deaths in battle than the 5th New Hampshire. Fine in DJ.
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Title: All For the Regiment - The Army of the Ohio, 1861-1862
Author: Prokopowicz, Gerald J.
Item #: 5041
NC, 2001. First Edition. Maps, illus., 265 pp. This is an engaging history of the Army of the Ohio from its formation in 1861 to its costly triumph at Shiloh and its failure at Perryville in 1862. Fine in DJ.
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