INFANTRY REGULATIONS, U.S. ARMY., 1891

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Published by the U.S. Government Print Office, Washington, 1891. Front cover owner signature in pencil: “Harry D Bridge/ Old Town Maine. 353pp. In green leather, 4.875 x 3.875”, w/gilt cover & spine lettering. Exhibits worn cover, and faded spine lettering, w/ rubbing & chipping at extremities and head and foot. Good reading copy, prescribing the infantry regulations of the late frontier army on the edge of the 20th Century and Spanish American War. [jp]

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