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Outstanding stereoview of the 1st Battery, Massachusetts Light Artillery
Outstanding stereoview of the 1st Battery, Massachusetts Light Artillery, also known as "Cook's Battery" after its commanding officer, Capt. Asa M. Cook.
In very fine condition with wear as shown in the photos.

$249.99 plus shipping

The Cook's Company, Massachusetts Light Artillery left State with 5th Massachusetts Volunteer Militia April 21, 1861, for Fortress Monroe, Va., arriving April 23; thence moved to Annapolis, Md., April 23-24. They quartered in Naval School Building till May 4, and at Relay House May 6 to June 13. They mustered into United States service May 18, 1861, for three months, duty at Camp Clare, near Baltimore, Md., and in Monument Square until August.They mustered out August 2, 1861.