1862 - Departure of The 69th Regiment N.Y.S.M. Tuesday April 23rd 1881. The Irish Headquarters Around St. Patricks Cathedral , Cor. Prince & Mott Street (NYC) - Antique Print

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Item number: NYC163
Genuine Antique Print


Maker: Valentine's Manual

Antique color lithograph folding print published in D. T. Valentine's 1862 manual of New York City, shows a view of columns of Union soldiers parading down the street beside St. Patrick's Cathedral and graveyard, spectators and horse drawn carriages in foreground. During the Civil War, Robert E. Lee allegedly gave the regiment the nickname "Fighting Sixty Ninth." Good condition, two folds in center, approximately 7" x 9" to the paper edges

Item Number: NYC163