History of the Nineteenth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. Ernest Waitt, the History Committee.
History of the Nineteenth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry.

History of the Nineteenth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry.

Salem, MA: Salem Press, 1906. First. Hard Cover. VG+. An excellent copy. / None. Item #469

The 19th is a Fox’s Fighting 300 unit which is a Union unit that suffered the most casualties during the War. This was a real fighting unit. For example it assaulted Marye's Heights at Fredericksburg where it lost eight color bearers and 104 officers and men. At Antietam it fought in the West Woods and sustained heavy casualties. At Gettysburg it it was heavily engaged near the "Clump of Trees" capturing four Confederate flags and losing nearly 50
per cent of its numbers.

Dornbusch I-218. Nevins I-129 “…unusually detailed…personal incidents abound…”.

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