ORIGINAL 1912 COPY OF THE HISTORY OF THE 45TH PENNSYLVANIA INFANTRY

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Full title is “HISTORY OF THE FORTY-FIFTH REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VETERAN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY 1861-1865” written by the Comrades. Edited and arranged by Allen D. Albert, Private of Company D and published by Grit Publishing Company of Williamsport, Pennsylvania in 1912.

Volume is covered in dark blue cloth with the title and a 9th Corps badge in gold on the front. Title is repeated on the spine. Covers show light edge wear and minor surface dirt but are otherwise nice.

Interior binding is excellent. All pages have a light water stain mark along the bottom and right edge.

Volume meas. 6.00 x 9.00 inches and runs 531 pages and contains numerous black & white photographs of members of the regiment.

The 45th Pennsylvania was organized at Harrisburg on October 21, 1861 and served with the 9th Corps. They saw action at South Mountain, Antietam, Jackson, Blue Springs, Knoxville, Wilderness, Spotsylvania, North Anna River, Cold Harbor and throughout the siege of Petersburg. The regiment lost 12 officers and 466 enlisted men killed, died of wounds and disease. [ad][ph:L]

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