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A history of the Seventy-Third Regiment of Illinois Infantry Volunteers : its services and experiences in camp, on the march, on the picket and skirmish lines, and in many battles of the war, 1861-1865

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English
Salt Lake City, Utah : Digitized by the Genealogical Society of Utah, 2013
Civil War unit histories. Part 4, The Union--Midwest and West; IL 411-418

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Digital images of original published: [Illinois?] : Published by authority of the Regimental Reunion Association of Survivors of the 73d Illinois Infantry Volunteers, 1890. 682 p.

Remainder of title: Including a sketch in full of the valuable and indispensable services rendered by Opdycke's First Brigade, Second Division, Fourth Army Corps, in the campaign in Tennessee... also including many other miscellaneous sketches, the latter being made up of recitals of individual experiences of capture, imprisonment and escape...".

Attributed to W. H. Newlin, D. F. Lawler, and J. W. Sherrick.

Includes rosters on p. 24-66.

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