HISTORY OF THE 144TH REGIMENT, NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, With Itinerary, Showing Contemporaneous Date of the Important Battles of the Civil War

McKee, James Harvey

Published by Lieut. Horace E. Bailey, 1903
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8vo., 378 pp., spine tips frayed, hinges weak, margins yellowing, loose plate. Bookseller Inventory #

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Title: HISTORY OF THE 144TH REGIMENT, NEW YORK ...
Publisher: Lieut. Horace E. Bailey
Publication Date: 1903
Binding: Hardcover Clot
Illustrator: Half-Tones and maps
Book Condition: G/--

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Book Description Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1903. Published by Lieut. Horace E. Bailey. Tall 8vo. Hardcover. Illustrated with maps and photographs. Bound in dark green cloth with gilt lettering. Signed and inscribed by the author (McKee) on the free endpaper. VG+. Slight spine end wear; front hinge paper starting to separate, but hinge tight. Overall a clean and bright copy. (OFF). Signed by Author(s). Bookseller Inventory # E8227

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Book Description Lieut. Horace E. Bailey, Unadilla, NY, 1903. Hardcover Cloth. Book Condition: G/NO DUSTJACKET. Half-Tones and maps (illustrator). 8vo., 378 pp., spine tips frayed, hinges weak, margins yellowing, loose plate. Bookseller Inventory # BOOKS206500

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Book Description Lieut. Horace E. Bailey, Publisher, NY, 1903. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. No Jacket. 1st Edition. Lieut. Horace E. Bailey, Publisher, NY. This unit was fought at Suffolk, Fort Wagner, Olustee, Hilton Head and Johnís Island. They were at Fort Sumter for the re-raising of the US flag. The unit lost 40 men killed in action throughout the war. This copy is signed by a private in Company C. Very good copy of the first edition. No dust jacket. 378 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 36422

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Book Description Privately Printed for Lieut. Horace E. Bailey, Unadilla NY, 1903. Book Condition: Fine. Illustrated by half-tones and maps. (illustrator). First edition.. Fine. 1903. First edition. . Inscribed by one of the regiment, Thomas Howland, Co. A. Maps, Index Rosters and Photos plus 378 pgs Includes complete roster. Thomas Howland, the original owner of this book was a member of Co. A. He has corrected, by hand, his entry in the roster and also wrote this inscription on the half-title page, "Thomas Howland's Book. Cost $2.80. Received it the last of Sept. 1903. It is not an accurate history of the 144th NY. I have read it through and find some things all right and others all wrong. It belittles many a battle and skirmish. The Historian was not in it all. Thos. Howland". Aside from a little cracking to the paper at the inner hinges, this book looks like new. DORNBUSCH I, NEW YORK 546.About Thomas Howland: Descended from a Massachusetts 'Brahmin" family, Thomas Howland "While a young man he joined the NY militia, and was for seven years a member of Company E 41st Regiment, 19th Brigade, of that organization. 16 Aug 1862, he enlisted in Company A, 144th NY Volunteer Infantry, and served to the close of the war, being honorably discharged 26 Jun 1865. Though he repeatedly declined any promotion, he was appointed corporal 21 Nov 1864. Among the engagements in which he participated may be mentioned the siege of Suffolk, VA, the siege of Charleston, SC, the battle of John's Island, siege of Fort Wagner, and the expedition against Andersonville, SC. While on a forced march to Warrenton Junction 09 Jul 1863, he received a light sunstroke, from the effects of which he was temporarily disabled. 09 Jul 1864, at John's Island, SC, he headed a band of seven volunteers to tear up a bridge in close proximity to the enemy. Four of the number were shot and their bodies fell into the river, while he received three bullet wounds in different parts of his body almost simultaneously. None of his wounds were very dangerous, and he continued to discharge his duty faithfully until the close of the conflict, though suffering considerably from fever and ague. One quite exciting experience in which he and his comrades indulged was a hunt of wild hogs on Bull's Island, near Charleston." Commemorative and Biographical Record of Columbia, Sauk and Adams Counties, WI. Chicago Ogle, 1901, p 440-442 . Bookseller Inventory # PHBOOKSMC72397

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