Civil War Black Servant 72nd Pennsylvania Gettysburg Official Officer Document
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Civil War Black Servant 72nd Pennsylvania Gettysburg Official Officer Document:
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72nd PENNSYLVANIA VOLS
A fine early vintageand genuine Civil War document, long type, partly printed and filled out for an officer who had a black servant with him. [ freed slaves were given to officers to help them with washing, cooking, etc. and, they were paid ]. This is that type of documentlisting the Black fellow.
The officer, Charles W. West served in the 72nd and was in the battle ofGettysburg., where the regiment lost heavily during the famous cannon bombardment and the ensuingcharge by Picketts forces.
Note: We will send his military listing with the short history of the regiment and Gettysburg and other fierce battleshe was in. 10 x 16"
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