Column South: With the Ffiteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry from Antietam to The Capture of Jefferson Davis. Suzanne Colton Wilson, J. Ferrell Colton, Antoinette G. Smith, comp.

Column South: With the Ffiteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry from Antietam to The Capture of Jefferson Davis

Flagstaff: J.F. Colton, 1960. Hardcover. Heavy oversized hardcover in color illustrated cloth. Illustrated endpapers. xxi+ 389 pp. with bibliography + 25 apge index; two folding maps at rear. Illustrated with 49 photographs, 14 drawings and 12 maps. The story of the 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry in the Civil War as told by two brothers, Capt. William Francis Colton and Pvt. Matthias Baldwin Colton, covering three full year of service. Ther particpated at Antietam, Stone River, Tullahoma, Chickamaugua, Chattanooga, Frankin, Nashville and beyond. They trained, fought and scouted together, were captured and furloughed, played and consorted with each other and their enemies. Their story was compiled from original sources by their niece, Suzanne Colton Wilson. Deaccessioned from the War Library of a national military history organization with their bookplate on the verso of the front endpaper. Fine in dust jacket with their numbeerd sticker fot of the spine. Fine / good. Item #E23842

Price: $45.00