William H. Strong, History of the 121st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, Revised


A Famous Gettysburg Regiment I Corps!

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William H. Strong represented a Survivors’ Association that created History of the 121st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers to recall the service of their unit. This is the revised and best edition of this history.

The regiment was commanded by Chapman Biddle and is commemorated on McPherson’s Ridge at Gettysburg, where it fought as part of the Third Division of General Reynolds’ I Corps. They later served as part of the V Corps from the beginning of the Overland Campaign to the end of the war.

Other battle honors for the 121st Pennsylvania include Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, The Wilderness through Petersburg, Five Forks and Appomattox.

The book is richly illustrated with portraits, original sketches, and folding maps. An essential unit history for the Army of the Potomac.

Minimal shelf wear; else very good.; Bright!

Strong, William H. HISTORY OF THE 121ST REGIMENT PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS. “AN ACCOUNT FROM THE RANKS.” BY THE SURVIVORS’ ASSOCIATION. Philadelphia: Catholic Standard and Times, 1906. Revised edition, 299p., frontispiece, illustrations, folding maps. (Dornbusch-294).

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