A History of the Ninety-fifth Regiment, Illinois Infantry Volunteers: From Its Organization in the Fall of 1862, Until Its Final Discharge from the United States Service, in 1865
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A history of the Ninety-Fifth Regiment, Illinois Infantry Volunteers
Wales W. Wood
Vista de fragmentos - 1993
A History of the Ninety-Fifth Regiment, Illinois Infantry Volunteers: From ...
Wales W. Wood
Sin vista previa disponible - 2016
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