ny and enlisted in the 91st N. Y. Infantry, and with them went to Florida where he was unable to endure the climate, and was discharged for disability.
Returning to his home in Utica, he so recovered his health that he determined to re-enlist, and after visiting several recruiting stations decided to enter the 121st.
He was made a corporal in Company B.
He has entitled the story of his war experiences, Three Years with the Colors of a Fighting Regiment in the Army of the Potomac, by a Private Soldier.
Passing over the very interesting account of his previous experiences I quote from his journal, beginning at the departure from Camp Schuyler. My life in camp at Camp Schuyler was thoroughly enjoyed by me and I never pass it now without recollections of a pleasant nature surging to my memory.
After we had been uniformed and equipped, we were sent to New York and Washington, without special incident-feeding at the old cooper shop in Philadelphia, and getting a tough meal at Washingt