History of the Thirty Seventh Regiment Mass. Volunteers in the Civil War of 1861-1865.
Holyoke, MA: Clark W. Bryan, 1884. First. Hard Bound. G+ Some hinge repair, but the boards are very nice. / None. Item #437
The regiment did not join the Army of the Potomac until just after Antietam where it became part of the Sixth Corps. Its real fighting began at The Wilderness and continued until the end of the War. It suffered enough to be designated a Fox’s Fighting 300 regiment.
The book is very detailed and is almost a history of the War in one volume. It has 431 pages of text with a roster and appendices.
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