INSTRUCTION FOR OFFICERS ON OUTPOST AND PATROL DUTY ID’D TO LT. COL. ISAAC DYER, 15TH MAINE

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Published by the War Dept., 1861]. Owner signature, title page, in ink—Isaac Dyer Lieut. Col./ 15th Regt. Me Vol.” Beige wraps, 24 pp., 7.375 x 4.75”. Exhibits slight wear & soiling at the extremities. Else VG.

Isaac Dyer was commissioned Lieut. Col. Into Field & Staff of the 15th Maine Infantry, 12/17/1861, promoted regimental colonel, 8/26/1862, then to Bvt. Brig. Genl., 3/13/1865. Discharged 9/13/1865. His unit, the 15th Maine, was dispatched early to Dept. of the Gulf, participating in the 1864 Red River Campaign and the Battle of Sabine Pass. Transferred east, they were present with the 18th Corps at Bermuda One Hundred. During service they lost 5 men killed and 343 by disease for a total of 348.

Solid ID’D 15th Maine regimental collectible.  [jp]

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