Wilson 32 Illustrations and Maps Throughout; Contains Portraits: Large, Foldout Map in Back of Book Includes a Comprehensive Unit Roster of the 101st Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry PUBLISHED BYL. DICKEY AND COMPANY, CHICAGO, IN 1910 DORNBUSCH I, PA-257 This original, first edition, antique book is uncommon and presents a comprehensive history of the 101st Regiment Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry during the American Civil War. The unit served as part of the Department of Virginia, Department of North Carolina and the Department of Virginia and North Carolina.
A fine, exceptionaly sharp copy. The 101st Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry was organized at Harrisburg on November 21, 1861 to February 24, 1862. The unit moved to Washington, D.
After that where is was part of the Army of the Potomac until June, 1862. It participated in the advance to Manassas, Virginia in March of 1862.Following Manassas, it moved to participate in the Peninsula Campaign fighting during the Siege of Yorktown, the Battle of Williamsburg, and the Battles of Fair Oaks, Seven Pines, Malvern Hill, at Harrison's Landing during the campaign before Richmond. The unit moved to Fortress Monroe in August of 1862, and then to Suffolk in September for duty there until December, when it was ordered to New Berne, N.
To participate in Foster's Expedition to Goldsboro at the end of that year. The unit remained on duty in North Carolina participating in the battles in and around New Berne, with duty at Whitehall, Goldsboro, New Berne, and in the expedition from New Berne to Mattamuskeet Lake in early 1863.
It conducted operations on the Pamlico, an expedition for relief of Little Washington, moved to Plymouth, and had duty there until March, 1864. A detachment of the unit conducted an expedition from Plymouth to Nichol's Mills on June 28, 1863. The unit participated in the expedition from Plymouth to Gardner's Bridge and Williamston, expedition from Plymouth to Foster's Mills, operations at Harrellsville (Detachment), and Windsor in January of 1864.
It moved to Fairfield and later to New Berne in the Spring of 1864 and then to Roanoke Island and to Plymouth in April. The unit participated in the Siege of Plymouth in April of that year. The Regiment was mostly captured on April 20.
Those not captured served at the garrison at Roanoke Island until June, 1865 with the ending of the war. The unit was mustered out of federal service at New Berne on June 25, 1865. THIS BOOK IS IN FINE CONDITION This original, first edition, book is in exceptional condition. The book is handsomely presented in navy blue, textured covers, with lined highlights and with exceptionally sharp, bright lettering on the cover and spine and the image of a medallion on the cover. The book is exceptionally sharp, bright and clean.It has solid binding throughout. The exterior of this original book is in fine condition with no bumping, rubbing or discernible edge wear. The interior is clean and the pages are in excellent, bright white condition. There isn't a mark in the book. The book contains a frontispiece illustration as well as 32 other maps, illustrations and portraits. The book contains a comprehensive unit roster. Both hinges and all binding are fine and solid. The book has no writing, smudging, foxing, stamps, pasteboard or other markings. It is not an ex-library book. The book has a large, foldout map in the back of the book. An exceptionally fine copy of this original, first edition, antique book. HISTORY OF THE 101ST PENNSYLVANIA VETERAN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. Private of Company H Appointed 2nd Lieutenant, N. Original, Exceptionally Bright, Sharp, Clean, Solidly Bound, Antique Book Contains a Frontispiece Illustration of Colonel J. Wilson 32 Illustrations and Maps Throughout; Contains Portraits: Large, Foldout Map in Back of Book Includes a Comprehensive Unit Roster of the 101st Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry.
DICKEY AND COMPANY, CHICAGO, IN 1910. This original, first edition, antique book is uncommon and presents a comprehensive history of the 101st Regiment Pennsylvania Veteran Volunteer Infantry during the American Civil War.THIS BOOK IS IN FINE CONDITION. This original, first edition, book is in exceptional condition. Be sure to add me to your. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting.
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