Title: The History of the Tenth Massachusetts ...
Publication Date: 1909
Book Condition: Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
The Arakelyan Press, MA. Nevins says of this classic: "Among the top dozen unit histories pertaining to the Civil War; Billings used his own diary, some 300 letters and a comrade's manuscript as a basis for this book." Contains 22 portraits and 8 full page ‘sketches. The unit was with the 2nd & 3rd Corps of the Army of the Potomac. The book was originally printed in 1881. Written by the author of "Hartack and Coffee". Good+ copy of the ex-library book. There is an unreadable stamp in the inside front cover page and a black "B" written on the spine. There is light soiling on the front cover. The binding and hinges are strong, a solid copy. No dust jacket. 496 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 4743
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