HISTORY OF THE ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTH PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS

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By Joseph R.C. Ward, D.D.S. Published by Grant, Faires & Rodgers, Philadelphia, 1883. 351 pp., illus., roster.  Original text rebound in blue cloth, w/new endpapers, and original cloth covers & spine—gilt embossed—laid on. 9 x 6”. Exhibits rubbings at the extremities, light scuffing on laid-in covers. Else good plus w/tight spine & clean text.

The 106th PA was originally organized in August/Sept. as the 5th California. Re-designated 106th, it served with the famed with the famed Philadelphia Brigade in the Army of the Potomac, participating in numerous battles, including Antietam and Gettysburg, where its skirmisher manned the Bliss Barn in the field of Pickett’s Charge, July 3, 1863. During service it lost 99 men killed and mortally wounded and 397 by disease for a total of 496.

Solid Philadelphia brigade, Pennsylvania regimental collectible.  [jp]

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