Seller: wildblueyonder54449 (4,027) 100%, Location: Gilbert, Arizona, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 392104881136 I'm currently listing a number of items that belonged to Thomas Jackson Gregg, a Civil War cavalry officer with the 6th & 8th Regiment of the Pennsylvania Cavalry. He became a career officer and after the war served with the 2nd US Cavalry Regiment. I am listing much of his paperwork from the Civil War through the 1880s. Check out my other auctions to see his Civil War discharges, Indian War era commissions, photos, letters and his 1866 diary. Please note! I will ignore all emails requesting a group price or that I change various auctions to buy-it-nows. This ORIGINAL 2nd Cavalry diary contains 47 handwritten pages (sides), all of which are dated during 1866. Gregg wrote in a combination of pen and pencil. A handful of the first entries are smudged and can't be read. More than 40 pages are easy to read. This diary is a daily record of mundane camp life at a few duty stations, mostly in Kansas. Fort Wallace appears most often and the diary ends at Wallace. The content is sometimes interesting with mention of buffalo hunters. There are only a few places where Indians are noted. During this period, Gregg was a lieutenant and fresh from the Civil War. The covers are leather - the top cover has detached. I guarantee the authenticity of every item I sell. Please check out my other listings for similar offerings. I AM ALWAYS HAPPY TO COMBINE SHIPPING FEES TO SAVE YOU MONEY, BUT PLEASE REQUEST A COMBINED INVOICE BEFORE MAKING PAYMENT. Thanks for looking and good luck.