American Civil War Maine Virginia Williamsburg, Fort Monroe, Gettysburg, Mud Mar

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 No Rich Men’s Sons. The Sixth Maine Volunteer Infantry. By James H. Mundy. Harp Publications. Cape Elizabeth, Maine. 1994. xi, 276 pages. Illustrated. 9-1/4 inches. Hard cover. Dust jacket. Flat signed on the title page: “Jim Mundy.” Former owner’s name on the front end page. Lightly used. Very good condition.

- - - Includes In Part: Bailey’s Crossroads; Baltimore; Bangor; Belle Plain; Bermuda Hundred Campaign; Brandy Station; Brownville Rifles; Hiram Burnham; Ambrose Burnside; Calais; Chancellorsville; Cherryfield; Charles A. Clark; Congressional Medal of Honor; Doles’s Georgia brigade; Dunn County Rifles; Jubal Early; Eastport; Falmouth, Virginia; Fortress Monroe; Fredericksburg; Gettysburg; Ulysses Grant; Winfield Hancock; A. P. Hill; Joseph Hooker; Thomas J. Jackson; Kelly’s Ford; Robert E. Lee; Lee’s Mill; Light Division; James Longstreet; Machias; Marye’s Heights; George G. Meade; Mud March; George B. McLellan; Newport News; Old Town; Orange & Alexandria R.R.; Orange Plank Road; Portland, Maine; Rappahannock Station; Regiments/Confederate/Union; Richmond; Russell’s Brigade; Salem Church; Scott’s Ford; John Sedgwick; Spotsylvania Court House; Springfield Rifled Musket; Telegraph Road; Urbanna, Virginia; Washington Artillery; City of Washington; Battle of Williamsburg; Yorktown.

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