THE KNIGHTLY SOLDIER: A BIOGRAPHY OF HENRY WARD CAMP, TENTH CONNECTICUT VOLUNTEERS

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By Chaplain H. Clay Trumbull. Published by Nichols & Noyes, Boston, 1865. 331pp., portrait frontispiece. In green glazed cloth w/gilt spine lettering & trim. Exhibits light wear at the extremities, head & foot. Else VG, w/tight spine signatures.

Henry W. Camp, a resident of Hartford, CT, enlisted as a Second Lieutenant, 11/27/1861. He was promoted 1st Lieut. and commissioned as Adjutant into Co. “I”, 10th CT Infantry, 8/5/1862. Listed as a POW, Morris Island, SC, 7/19/1863, he was paroled 4/30/1864. He was promoted to Major, 9/24/1864, and was killed in action at Darbytown Road, VA, 10/13/1864.

This volume is a book length eulogy of an accomplished and gallant officer of the 10th Connecticut.  [jp]

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