Title: Boys in Blue From the Adirondack Foothills
Publication Date: 1960
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: Good
Signed: Signed by Author(s)
Edition: 1st Edition
Prospect Books, NY. A study of the roughly 15,000 troops from the Adirondack foothills and Mohawk Valley in New York from Oneida and Herkimer counties. These men made up the majority of eight regiments, the 14th, 26th, 34th, 97th, the 117th, 121st, 146th and 152nd New York Infantry Regiments. "Thomas relied heavily on manuscript sources for this composite history of the eight New York regiments; much discussions also exists on home front activities." CWB. Signed by the author. Very good copy of the first edition in a good dust jacket, roughly 1 inch by 1 inch piece of the DJ is missing. DJ is protected by mylar. 297 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 3203
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