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Very Good with no dust jacket. 0917218701. 144 pages, well illustrated, pictorial boards, very good. 8 by 11 inches. From the estate of Charles Luxmoore and with his signature. Luxmoore collected early militaria from the Civil and Indian Wars period. A member of the NRA, he served on the Army Rifle Team, and was a member of the Sons of the American Revolution, serving as President and Vice President, Sons of the Colonial War. From the introduction: This is the story of the carbine in combat service with the United States Cavalry from the outset of the Civil War, in April 1861, through the introduction into the field of the '03 Springfield Rifle in 1905. During this 45-year period, over 60 different types and varieties of carbines were available for field service-the bulk of this number being issued during the Civil War. "; 144 pages.
It is nice to find a detailed book to help locate what kind of weapon your relatives may have used in the War. It is also like to have an idea what to look for to portray someone accurately as a WBTS reenactor also!
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