THE HISTORY OF 134th NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY

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Title page reads “UNDER THE CRESCENT AND STAR – THE 134TH NEW YORK VOLUNTEER INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR” by George W. Conklin and published by Axworthy Publishing of Port Reading, New Jersey in 1999.

Hardcover is nicely bound in blue cloth with the title in gold on the front cover and repeated on the spine. Covers are excellent and in like new condition as is the illustrated dustjacket which is wrapped in Mylar.

Volume meas. approx. 6.00 x 9.00 inches and runs approx. 370 pages with roster and index.

Binding is excellent and the interior is also like new. Text has six maps and several black and white photographs.

The 134th New York was organized in Schoharie, New York on September 22, 1862. They served in the 11th and 20th Corps of the Union Army. Some of their heaviest losses occurred at Gettysburg and Peach Tree Creek.    [AD] [PH:L]

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