123rd New York Book
Shipping and handling charges for mail orders:
1 Book: $3.95
2 Books: $4.95
3 or more: Contact us
All book proceeds go entirely to local
battlefield preservation efforts!
"What a great book. Kudos to you. The choice of letters gives the
reader a real sense of the pathos and suffering felt on both sides."
- Al Cormier, Town Historian, Salem, New York
"It is the most enjoyable book I've ever read about the Civil War. I have
read it over and over again, more than any other Civil War book."
- Park visitor at the Resaca Battlefield Historic Site
Our new book, Letters Home: The 123rd New York Infantry in the Atlanta Campaign, is now available. The book consists of letters and diary excerpts from the 123rd New York that were written during the Atlanta Campaign and the March to the Sea. The book is paperback, 8 1/2 x 11 inches in size, 80 pages, and contains over 85 letters and diary excerpts, plus 26 black and white photos, maps, and illustrations. Many of the letters have never before been published.
How To Order
To order a book, please make your check out to the "28th Georgia Co. G". Be sure to write on your check "123rd New York Book" and put on the back of your check, "For Deposit Only". Include in your order a return shipping address and an e-mail address so we can notify you if your order gets delayed. Please mail your order to the following address:
123rd New York Book
9207 Lexington Farms Drive
Alpharetta, GA 30004
Please allow up to two weeks for delivery. All book orders are considered a donation and are non-refundable. If you would like to order more than two books, then please contact us for additional shipping costs.
If you would like to inquire about the status of your order, you may e-mail us at:
Thank you for your support!
Our new book, Letters Home: The 123rd New York Infantry in the Atlanta Campaign, went on sale for the very first time at the Dalton Civil War Relic Show on February 6-7, 2016. Here are some photos of our table at the Dalton Civil War Relic Show at Dalton, Georgia, that we had set up for recruiting new members and for raising money for the 123rd New York monument.
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