The Story of the Twentieth Michigan Infantry, July 15th, 1862, to May 30th, 1865: Embracing Official Documents on File in the Records of the State of Michigan and of the United States Referring Or Relative to the Regiment
R. Smith, 1904 - United States - 271 pages
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The Story of the Twentieth Michigan Infantry, July 15th, 1862, to May 30th ...
Byron M. Cutcheon
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