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The history of the fighting fourteenth

compiled by C.V. Tevis and D.R. Marquis
Books/Monographs/Book with Fiche
English
366 p. : ill., ports.
Army of the Potomac series; v. 4

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At head of title: 1861-1911, 14th.

Published in commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the muster of the regiment into the United States service, May 23, 1861.

Photocopy of original.

Includes rosters on p. 257-361.

The 84th New York Infantry Regiment was previously known as the 14th National Guard Regiment.

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