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History of the 118th Pennsylvania Volunteers

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Published by J.L. Smith in 1888, 746 pp.  We have a copy inscribed and signed by him.

— Lee Wright | Founder

An exhaustive and detailed account of the 118th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, also known as the Corn Exchange Regiment, during the American Civil War.

This comprehensive volume captures the experiences, battles, and personal stories of the regiment from its formation in 1862 to its disbandment in 1865.

Meticulously researched, featuring firsthand accounts, official reports, and personal anecdotes from the soldiers who served in the regiment. The book covers key battles and campaigns in which the 118th Pennsylvania Volunteers were involved, including Antietam, Fredericksburg, Gettysburg, and the Wilderness Campaign.

Richly illustrated with maps, portraits, and battlefield sketches, this volume provides a vivid depiction of the regiment's journey and the broader context of the Civil War. It serves as an invaluable resource for historians, Civil War enthusiasts, and descendants of the regiment's soldiers, preserving the legacy and heroism of the 118th Pennsylvania Volunteers.

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