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Guide to Louisiana Confederate Military Units 1861-1865

Paperback pp.229 ISBN 0-8071-2102-9 by Arthur W. Bergeron jr.
This book is a reference for Confederate regiments, State regiments, and State militia units that were mustered in the state of Louisiana. Each listing gives the names of the regimental officers, company officers, and some brief notes. This is a very good resource for Louisiana regiments.


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