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NSTCW Vol. 19 No. 6
Item #: NST19-6
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Field Recoveries --- recent finds in the field

The Letters of Henry Milans, 32nd Pennsylvania Volunteers: Eyewitness to Fredericksburg by Doug Land
Capt. R.P. Staniels, 13th New Hampshire, at Fredericksburg: "I have seen some sad, sad scenes" by Carson Granville Jenkins, Jr.
COVER STORY: Civil War Longarms, Part III: CS Model 1855 Rifle-Muskets by Samuel P. Higginbotham II
Andrew Talcott: Engineer, Inventor, Soldier...Spy? by Nancy Dearing Rossbacher
Binder on Buttons (with assistance): Wolf & Durringer Kentucky Staff Button by David B. Durocher and Daniel J. Binder
New Shell Variant: The Houston Read by Michael Powell
Corp. William H. Secor, 2nd Vermont Volunteers: Identical Identification Discs by Richard E Clem
"What's the best you can do on this?": Collector/Dealer Translations by Nancy Dearing Rossbacher and Stephen W. Sylvia

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