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Regimental History of the 61st NC Infantry



Winner 2012 Willie Parker Peace History Book Award from the North Carolina Society of Historians

Follows the 61st from the Battle of Kinston in December of 1862 to Bentonville and the final surrender of the Army of Tennessee at Bennett Place near Durham. N. A. Ramsey’s eyewitness account of the regiment with battle maps and photographs from the Library of Congress and the National Archives made within days of the actual engagements.

Also includes Brigadier General Thomas Clingman’s account of the Battle of Cold Harbor and Colonel William Lamb’s description of the Defence of Fort Fisher.

ISBN 978-1530269129
144 pages
7.444″ x 9.681″
Includes Regimental Roster, photographs and maps
B&W interior, color cover