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BY "ONE WHO HAS SEEN THE ELEPHANT"
283. SHAW, Frederick B. One Hundred and Forty
Years of Service in Peace and War: History of the Second
Infantry, United States Army. Detroit: Strathmore
Press, 1930.  iv  446  pp., photographic
frontispiece of Fort Washington, foldout maps, text
illustrations. 12mo, original light blue cloth, printed
paper spine label. Binding slightly soiled and worn,
First edition. Not in Garrett, Graff, or Howes. Tutorow 3323. Chapter IX covers the Mexican-American War, including the Texas battles and California. Other campaigns discussed relate to the American Revolution, Northwest Territory, Fort Detroit, occupation of New Orleans (1803), Battle of Tippecanoe (1811), War of 1812, Black Hawk War, Seminole War, Civil War, Indian Campaigns (1877-1879), Sioux Campaign (1890-1891), Spanish-American War, occupation of Cuba (1903), Philippine Insurrection (1899), etc.