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History of the 124th Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers, Otherwise

HOWARD, R[ichard] L.

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(ILLINOIS REGIMENTAL). HOWARD, R[ichard] L. History of the 124th Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers, Otherwise Known as the "Hundred and Two Dozen," from August, 1862, to August, 1865. Springfield, IL: Printed and Bound by H.W. Brokker, 1880. 1st ed. ix, 519 pp. Orig. pictorial cloth. Spine sunned, spine ends worn, else a very good copy. "A solid study, based on diaries, letters, and conversations with other members of the regiment; the 124th Illinois campaigned mostly in the Gulf region." Nevins I, p. 107. Bookseller Inventory # 55168

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