The iron hearted regiment: being an account of the battles, marches and gallant deeds performed by the 115th regiment N.Y. vols. Also, a list of the dead and wounded; an account of hundreds of brave men shot on a score of hard fought fields of strife; a complete statement of Harper's Ferry surrender; sketches of the officers; a history of the flags and those who bore them, together with touching incidents, thrilling adventures, amusing scenes, etc., etc., etc. By James H. Clark.
|Main Author:||Clark, James H., b. 1842.|
Albany, J. Munsell, 1865.
> Infantry Regiment, 115th (1862-1865)
United States > History > Civil War, 1861-1865 > Regimental histories.
xii, 337 p.
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