Drill Regulations for Light Artillery, United States Army
Drill Regulations for Light Artillery, United States Army
Drill Regulations for Light Artillery, United States Army

Drill Regulations for Light Artillery, United States Army

Washington DC: Government Printing Office, 1896. Hardcover. 554 p.: in-text line-drawings, music; 13 cm. Reddish-brown leather with gilt-stamped cover title. Metal clasp and hardware. Contains music for trumpet calls, drill signals, and quicksteps. Includes index. All page edges speckled red. "War Department, Washington, February 4, 1896. A board of officers, consisting of Maj. Henry C. Hasbrouck, Fourth Artillery, and Capt. James M. Lancaster, Third Artillery, having revised the Drill Regulations for Light Artillery, and Maj. Gen. Thomas H. Ruger, United States Army,having further revised them, under special instructions of the War Department, they are approved by the President, and are published for the information and government of the Army and for the observance of the militia of the United States. To insure uniformity throughout the Army, all light artillery exercises and maneuvers not embraced in this system are prohibited, and those herein prescribed will be strictly observed. Daniel S. Lamont, Secretary of War" [from page 3]. Stamp of former owner, militaria collector J.B. Stauffer on front fixed endpaper. Extremely scarce drill regulations for light artillery. In Very Good Condition: spine and edges are rubbed with some loss at ends of spine; joints are starting to separate; pages are clean and tight. Very Good. Item #003384

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