1960’S HISTORY OF THE PENNSYLVANIA BUCKTAILS

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The full title of this history is “BUCKTAILED WILDCATS: A REGIMENT OF CIVIL WAR VOLUNTEERS” by Edwin A. Glover and published by Thomas Yoseloff of New York and London  in 1960. The volume details the history of the 42nd Pennsylvania Infantry also known as the 13th Pennsylvania Reserves and 1st Pennsylvania Rifles. The regiment was noted for wearing bucktails on their caps and earned the nicknames “The Wildcat Regiment” and “The Bucktails.”

Volume meas. approx. 6.00 x 8.75 inches with red hardcovers with the title in silver on the spine. Covers and binding are excellent. Interior runs 328 pages with the index and contains several black and white photographs of members of the regiment.

Dustjacket is present but is badly worn, chipped and one flyleaf has separated.

A not often seen history of a famous regiment.  [ad] [ph:L]

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