HISTORY OF THE SEVENTY-THIRD INDIANA VOLUNTEERS IN THE WAR OF 1861-65

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Compiled by the 73rd Indiana Regimental Association. Published by The Carnahan Press, Washington, D.C., 1909. Eps owner stamp: “Leonard Anderson”. 211 pp., ills., rosters. Light green glazed cloth, 7.5 x 5.5”, w/gilt cover and spine lettering. Exhibits very slight wear at the extremities. Else near fine.

Organized t South Bend, IN, in august 1862, the 73rd Indiana became attached to the Army of the Ohio and then to the Army of the Cumberland. It participated in the Battle of Perryville (KY), the Siege of Chattanooga, and in many battle of the Atlanta Campaign, including Kennesaw Mountain. It accompanied Sherman in the March to the Sea and the March through the Carolinas, and was present at Bennet House for the surrender of Johnston’s army. After the final Grand Review it was mustered out at Washington, June 9, 1865. During service the 73rd lost 91 men killed or mortally wounded and 183by disease for a total of 274.

Solid Indiana regiment, solid collectible. [jp]

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