New York: Published for the author by Fowler & Wells Company, 1885. Publisher's red decorative cloth, stamped in gilt to spine and front cover, floral patterned endleaves. Graff 4676; Howes W451; Nevins I, p. Written by the wife of a soldier, this unusual, privately published account details the exploits of the "Second Colorados", a Union cavalry regiment made up primarily of miners, who fought against Confederate forces in bloody conflicts in Kansas, Missouri and New Mexico. Includes regiment roster and statistical table.
Ex-library copy, with typical stamps and markings; slight darkening to spine; extremities gently rubbed and edgeworn; title page cut and detached, but laid-in; light uniform toning; lacks rear free endpaper; tears to rear pastedown; Clyde Herald nameplate to front pastedown. This item is in the category "Books & Magazines\Antiquarian & Collectible".
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