[Jones | Thomas B.] [Dornblaser | Gen. Benjamin]

Complete History of the 46th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry – A Full and Authentic Account of the Participation of the Regiment in the Battles, Sieges, Skirmishes and Expeditions in which it was Engaged.

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    The Complete History of the 46th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry by Lieutenant Thomas B. Jones. Octavo, 379pp, [5pp]. Brown cloth, title in gilt on spine, title on front cover, gilt worn on spine. Floral endpapers. Illustrated with hundreds of photographic portraits of the soldiers and foldout map of the Battle of Shiloh. Clean text, solid text block. Bookplate of noted Civil War historian and author Peter Cozzens on front free endpaper. (Nevins I, 115) An excellent example.

    Comments: This work is the most complete history of the 46th Illinois available. It was first compiled by General Benjamin Dornblaser, but he died before it was completed. Lieutenant Thomas B. Jones, the historian of Company B, finished the work for publication in 1906.

    Additional information

    Location Published

    Freeport, Illinois

    Publisher

    W.H. Wagner & Sons, Printers

    Edition

    First Edition

    Date Published

    [1907]

    ISBN
    Binding

    Cloth

    Condition

    Very good

    Jacket Condition
    Author

    [Jones | Thomas B.] [Dornblaser | Gen. Benjamin]