1903 1ed CIVIL WAR Infantry Regiment Massachusetts Militia Reports Robert Cowdin
Robert Cowdin was a 19th-century Union Brigadier General during the American Civil War. He is primarily remembered for his leadership role in in the Massachusetts Militia and notes he made on the first Infantry Regiment. These writings were collected by Luke Edward Jenkins and published in 1903. This work, ‘First Regiment of Infantry’, provides biographic details on certain field officers including Captains Henry Snow, Sumner Carruth, Charles Chandler, and Edward Pearl and their individual companies.
Item number: #5156
First Regiment of Infantry, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia. Col. Robert Cowdin commanding, in service of the United States, in answer to the President's first call for troops to suppress the rebellion, April 15, 1861. Compiled [by L.E. Jenkins] from original papers in the Adjutant General's and Auditor's Offices of the Commonwealth.
Boston: Wright & Potter, 1903. First edition.
Collation: Complete with all pages
Binding: Cloth, hardcover; tight & secure
Size: ~9.25in X 6in (23.5cm x 15.5cm)
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