History of the Seventh Regiment of New York, 1806-1889, Volume 1

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Seventh Regiment, 1890 - New York (State)
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Page 29 - ... and shall be uniformly clothed in regimentals, to be furnished at their own expense, the color and fashion to be determined by the brigadier commanding the brigade to which they belong.
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