1987 REPRINT OF THE 1899 CONFEDERATE MILITARY HISTORY EXTENDED EDITION VOL. VI – SOUTH CAROLINA

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Title page reads “THEY DIED TO MAKE MEN FREE. A HISTORY OF THE 19TH MICHIGAN INFANTRY IN THE CIVIL WAR” by William M. Anderson with a forward by John Y. Simon and published by Morningside Press of Dayton, Ohio in 1994.

Hardcover is nicely bound in half sky-blue half dark blue cloth with full color crossed US and regimental flags on the front. Title and author is in white ink on the spine. Covers are excellent. Illustrated dustjacket is also in excellent condition.

Volume meas. approx. 6.00 x 9.00 inches and runs 465 pages with roster and index. The book has 44 black & white photographs and 5 maps.

Binding is excellent and the interior is super clean. An excellent copy

The 19th Michigan Infantry was organized in Dowagiac on September 25, 1862. They served in the Army of Kentucky and later with the 11th and 20th Corps. They saw action at Spring Hill, Brentwood, Murfreesboro, Resaca, Dallas, Allatoona, New Hope Church, Kennesaw Mountain, Peachtree Creek, Atlanta, Averysboro, Goldsboro and Bentonville.  [AD] [PH:L]

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