HISTORY OF THE 31st GEORGIA INFANTRY

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Title page reads “THE MOST BLOODY AND CRUEL DRAMA: HISTORY OF THE 31ST GEORGIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. LAWTON – GORDON – EVANS BRIGADE, ARMY OF NORTHERN VIRGINIA 1861-1865” by George C. White and published as volume number 7 of the Army of Northern Virginia Series by Butternut and Blue of Baltimore, Maryland in 1997.

Hardcover is bound in brown cloth with a highly decorative cover with the title in gold above a Confederate First National Flag with the regimental designation all done I gold ink. The title is repeated in gold on the spine. Covers are excellent and in like new condition as is the illustrated dustjacket which is covered in Mylar.

Volume meas. approx. 6.00 x 9.00 inches and runs 455 pages with roster and index.

Binding is excellent and the interior is very clean. Text has ten maps and 37 black and white photographs.

The 31st Georgia was organized on November 19, 1861 and served in The Department of South Carolina and the Army of Northern Virginia. The regiment was present with Lee’s army from the Peninsula to Appomattox with their heaviest losses coming at Fredericksburg and Spotsylvania.  [AD] [PH:L]

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