ORIGINAL COPY OF THE 22ND PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY REGIMENTAL HISTORY

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The full title of this volume is “THE TWENTY-SECOND PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY AND THE RINGGOLD BATTALION 1861-1865.” The history was written, compiled and published by Samuel Clarke Farrar, Company C, 22nd P. V. C. in Pittsburgh, Pa. in 1911.

Covers are green cloth with gold embossed title on cover and spine. Cover is decorated with a gold embossed cavalry guidon with “22” over “PVC.” Covers show minor edge wear otherwise they are good.

Volume runs 538 pages with 64 black & white photographs of members of the regiment as well as eight maps and several views of areas important to the regiment’s story. Binding is excellent. There are no loose pages.

A very readable copy. [AD] [PH:L]

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