History of the Twelfth Regiment: Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteer Corps (41st Regiment of the Line), from Its Muster Into the United States Service, August 10th, 1861, to Its Muster Out, June 11th, 1864, Together with Biographical Sketches of Officers and Men and a Complete Muster-out Roll. Compiled from Official Reports, Letters, and Other Documents (Google eBook)
Author, 1891 - United States - 224 pages
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