JAMESTOWN JOURNAL. EXTRA. Civil War, Gettysburg.

JAMESTOWN JOURNAL. EXTRA.

Jamestown, (NY): July 10, (1863). Broadside newspaper extra, 20.5 x 12 cm. Report of Casualties in the New York 3rd Excelsior at Gettysburg. Top edge unevenly trimmed. Slight soiling in bottom margin. A listing by name of the wounded and dead (only one) from Company B of the 3rd Excelsior from Gettysburg, the great battle of the war. The famous New York Excelsior had the fifth highest number of killed and mortally wounded in the entire war. Nine injuries are described to local men, who are named, wounded on the 2nd of July. "The Brigade went into the fight with 1,700 and lost 1,100." Not found in NUS or OCLC. Item #66092

Price: $950.00

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