Charles Spangler and his brother Sam served a year with the 200th Pennsylvania Volunteers and fought in the last great assault by Lee's Army at Fort Stedman, Petersburg, March 25, 1865 where General John Hartranft personally ordered the 200th Pa to hold at all costs; over 100 comrades were killed or wounded but counterattacked and held the line, forcing Lee to abandon Petersburg and Richmond. An original Civil War Discharge for Charles Spangler, A Company, 200th Pennsylvania, issued at Harrisburg, Pa May 26, 1865, lists his birthplace at York, Pa, and signed by Lt Robert Healton, US Army. 1p 8 x 11 Age stains, edge wear, small archival repair on reverse fold, Overall VG. Comes w service info for Charles & brother Sam. NOTE: Any repair to a paper item is listed.
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