First edition hard back copy of “The Campaigns of the One Hundred and Twenty-Fourth Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry” published in 1894. Containing 285 pages which chronical the war time history of the 124th Ohio Volunteer Infantry. The book also includes a detailed roster of the regiment as well as listing the “Roll of Honor” of all those from the regiment that were killed or died during their service. The regiment would have notable service, taking part in nearly 20 major campaigns. This example is very sound with the binding in good order minus one split of the cover up at top. A very unique bookmark accompanies the book, made from an original war date newspaper article which details the capture of a Confederate soldier captured in Newark, Ohio as he was attempting to make his way south from Canada. A member of the 16th Illinois Cavalry recognized him as one of the prison guards at Andersonville and reported the man to authorities. First edition copies of this book are selling for a lot more then this one and in much worse shape. Interesting little read and a hard to find book.