OLIPHANT, OSWEGO, NEW YORK, IN 1895 DORNBUSCH I, NY-592 This original, 122-year old, first edition, Civil War antique wrap/booklet presents a history of the 184th Regiment New York State Volunteers. The regiment was commanded by the author of this booklet, Colonel Wardwell G. Robinson, who organized the unit at Oswego, and mustered it into service of the United States for one year, at Elmira, September 12, 15 and 16, 1864. The few three years' men who were not to be mustered out with the regiment were transferred, June 27, 1865, to the 96th Infantry. The companies recruited for the Regiment were: A Company at Volney, Granby and Granger; B Company at Oswego, Scriba, Georgetown, DeRuyter and New Haven; C Company at Hannibal, Granby and Oswego; D Company at Oswego, Lebanon, Eaton, DeRuyter, Fenner and Mexico; E Company at Volney, Granby, Clarksville and Hannibal; F Company at Oswego; G Company at Sandy Creek, Richland, Boylston and Scriba; H Company at Hastings, Parish and West Monroe; I Company at Palermo, New Haven, Mexico, Hannibal and Constantia; and K Company at Schroeppel, Parish, West Monroe, Fenner and Richland.
Companies A, B, D and F, Maj. Ferguson, left the State September 12, 1864, and served in the 1st Brigade, 3d Division, 6th Corps, in the Army of the Shenandoah, from September, 1864; the other companies, Colonel Robinson, left the State September 16, 1864, and served at Bermuda Hundred, Army of the James; the regiment served in the Separate Brigade, Army of the James, at Harrison's Landing, Company I, at Fort Pocahontas, Va. From December, 1864; and, commanded by Colonel Robinson, it was honorably discharged and mustered out June 29, 1865, at City Point, Va.The unit was mustered out of service on June 29, 1865. The book contains a roster of the Regiment, organized by company. This exceptionally rare, original, antique wrap/booklet is in excellent condition. This is likely the finest copy of this booklet in existence. The booklet is protected in a clear, acid-free, archival sleeve with paperboard backing to keep it that way. The booklet is clean and tight.
The exterior wrap is made of a textured covering and is clean with no wear. The interior pages are clean and in excellent condition. There isn't a mark in the booklet, except of a vintage name and date, in pencil, written at the bottom corner of the title page. The booklet has no smudging, foxing, pasteboards, stamps or other markings. It is not an ex-library book.The book is a tight and crisp copy tied with the original blue cord. An excellent condition, original, first edition history of the 184th Regiment New York State Volunteers.
HISTORY OF THE 184th REGIMENT NEW YORK STATE VOLUNTEERS. AN ADDRESS PREPARED BY WARDWELL ROBINSON. Late Colonel, Commanding AND DELIVERED BY HIM AT THE REGIMENTAL REUNION HELD AT OSWEGO FALLS, OSWEGO COUNTY, NEW YORK JUNE 5, 1895.
THE ONLY HISTORY WRITTEN ON THE 184th FIRST EDITION FINE CONDITION Protected in a clear, acid-free, archival sleeve with paperboard backing. Original, Exceptionally Sharp, Clean, Tight, Antique Wrap/Booklet Contains a Roster of the Unit Organized by Company Written by the Commander of the Unit. PUBLISHED BY ORDER OF THE SURVIVORS PRESENT, BY R.
OLIPHANT, OSWEGO, NEW YORK, IN. This original, 122-year old, first edition, Civil War antique wrap/booklet presents a history of the 184th Regiment New York State Volunteers. There isn't a mark in the booklet, except for the vintage and date, in pencil, dated 1909, at the bottom corner of the title page. Be sure to add me to your.Auctiva offers Free Image Hosting and Editing. This item is in the category "Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible".
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