ORIGINAL COPY OF THE HISTORY OF THE 48TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

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Very good condition ex-library copy of “The Story of the Forty-Eighth: A RECORD OF THE CAMPAIGNS OF THE FORTY-EIGHTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VETERAN VOLUNTEER INAFANTRY DURING THE FOUR EVENTFUL YEARS OF ITS SERVICE IN THE WAR FOR THE PRESERVATION OF THE UNION” by Joseph Gould and published by the Regimental Association in 1908.

Book is bound in blue cloth hardcovers with the title in worn white ink on the spine. Front cover has strong ink on the tile and a wonderful full color 2nd Division, 9th Corps badge. Covers are in nice condition with only very minor surface dirt from age and storage.

Title runs 472 pages with roster and numerous black and white photographs and illustrations.

The 48th Pennsylvania is the regiment responsible for digging the mine that was exploded on July 30, 1864 at Petersburg. [ad] [ph:L]

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