Title: Military History of the Third Division Ninth...
Publication Date: 1913
Book Condition: Very Good
Dust Jacket Condition: No Jacket
Edition: 1st Edition
C.E. Aughinbaugh, PA. A true Pennsylvania Division made up of the 200th, 205th, 207th, 208th, 209th and 211th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiments. Assembled near the end of 1864 this division fought in Petersburg. The book is also a record of the Division Association, Organized Harrisburg, 25 March 1890. The dedication of the statue to General John F. Hartranft, the Divisionís Commander and the Dedication of the Monuments at Forts Stedman and Mahone on Petersburg battle field, 19 May 1909, with the addresses delivered there by President Taft. Very good copy of the first edition. Blue cloth with gilt letters and the cross cannon and anchor symbol on the front cover. 100 pages. Bookseller Inventory # 1325
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