The Twenty-Second Pennsylvania Cavalry and the Ringgold Battalion 1861-1865. Samuel Clarke Farrar.
The Twenty-Second Pennsylvania Cavalry and the Ringgold Battalion 1861-1865
The Twenty-Second Pennsylvania Cavalry and the Ringgold Battalion 1861-1865

The Twenty-Second Pennsylvania Cavalry and the Ringgold Battalion 1861-1865

Pittsburgh, Pa. Twenty-Second Pennsylvania Ringgold Cavalry Association, 1911. Hardcover. xi, 4-538 p.: frontispiece portrait of Col. Andrew J. Greenfield, leaves of plates containing illustrations, portraits, and maps (1 folded); 24 cm. Dark green publisher's cloth with gilt-stamped spine and cover titles; gilt-stamped cover illustration. Green moire-patterned endpapers. Bookplates on front fixed endpaper for Earle R. Forrest of Washington, Pa., and the Library of the Museum of Northern Arizona, which received the book from Forrest. Verso of title page contains a stamp for the Washington County Historical Society, Washington, Pa. Earle R. Forrest (1883-1969) was an author, newspaper reporter, cowboy, and photographer from Washington County, Pa. Although he spent most of his working life there, he made a number of trips to the West, specifically to Arizona and Montana, which he documented in photographs and books. This work presents the complete history of the companies of cavalry recruited from Washington County, Pa., during the Civil War. Includes regimental rosters. In Very Good+ Condition: ends of spine and corners lightly rubbed; pages are clean and tight. Very Good +. Item #001613

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