New York: Published for the Author by Fowler & Wells Company, 1885. ,178pp. Original red cloth, stamped in black and gilt. Spine lightly faded and soiled, extremities lightly worn. Bookplate on front pastedown. Final forty pages bound out of order but all present. Very good. A quite rare privately printed personal account by a the wife of a bugler, about the Civil War campaigns on the Plains and in the Rockies, New Mexico, Kansas, Missouri, and Arkansas, including a unit roster for the Second Colorado Cavalry on pages 161-176. Many of the men of the Second Colorado had been miners before the war. Mrs. Williams gives an interesting view of the little-known southwestern campaigns. DORNBUSCH (Colorado) 166. EBERSTADT 138:171. HOWES W452, "aa." GRAFF 4676. (Inventory #: WRCAM51658)
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