4 edition of Story Of Company F, 23rd Massachusetts Volunteers In The War For The Union, 1861-1865 found in the catalog.
June 25, 2007
by Kessinger Publishing, LLC
Written in English
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He contributed to a regiment history, served as association historian, and published his own account of the experiences of Company F in the book Story of Co. F., 23rd Massachusetts Volunteers in the War For The Union His writings and sketches from his service during the Civil War are included in the Library of Congress. Story of Co. F, 23rd Massachusetts Volunteers, in the War for the Union, - () - Herbert Eugene Valentine - pages. The 55th Massachusetts volunteer infantry - () - Burt G. Wilder - 12 pages. The 57th Regiment of Massachusetts volunteers in the war of the rebellion. Army of the Potomac - () - John Anderson - pages.
History of the Thirty-Seventh Regiment, Mass. Volunteers, in the Civil War of with a comprehensive sketch of the doings of Massachusetts as a state, and of the principal campaigns of the war. Holyoke, Mass.: C.W. Bryan & Co., The 83rd lost officers and men who died while fighting for the Union; only the 5th New Hampshire lost more The 83rd served in the V Corps, 1st Division. Source: Fox, William F. Lt. Col., U. S. Volunteers. Regimental Losses In The American Civil War .
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Sailors, and Marines in the Civil War, compiled and published by the Adjutant General: The 2d Regt. Mass. Vol. Inf. was recruited in April,by George H. Gordon, a West Point graduate, who became its first colonel.
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Story of Co. F, 23d Massachusetts volunteers, in the war for the union, by Valentine, Herbert Eugene, [from old catalog]. Book digitized 1861-1865 book Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
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Xii + pages. Boston. HIGGINSON BOOK COMPANY, LLC P.O. Box 10 Colonial Rd. Ste. Salem, MA Phone: Valentine was active in veterans organizations, and in he published Story of Company F, 23d Massachusetts Volunteers in the War For The Union Item citation: From the Herbert E. Valentine Papers #, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of.
Roster of Company I, 24th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers. (Boston, E. Stillings & co., ), by Massachusetts Infantry. 24th Regiment (page images at HathiTrust) The story of Company A, Twenty-fifth regiment, Mass.
vols. in the war of the rebellion. Page 38 - Ordered, That Governor Andrew of Massachusetts is authorized, until further orders, to raise such number of volunteer companies of artillery for duty in the forts of Massachusetts and elsewhere, and such corps of infantry for the volunteer military service as he may find convenient, such volunteers to be enlisted for three years or until sooner discharged, and may include persons of.
"MY OVERCOAT HAD FIVE SHOT HOLES IN IT" On this day inCorporal Josiah Morse Crocker, a member of Company F, of the 23rd Massachusetts Regiment of.
History of the Twenty-first Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers, in the War for the Preservation of the Union, With Statistics of the War and of Rebel Prisons Charles Folsom Walcott Houghton, Mifflin and Company, - Massachusetts - pages.
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A Record of the 23rd Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion, Boston, MA: William Ware & Co. Valentine, Herbert E. Story of Co. F, 23d Massachusetts Volunteers in the War for the Union, Boston: W.
Clarke & Co., Massachusetts Volunteer Militia Records,MM 6. History of the Twenty-second Massachusetts infantry, the Second company sharpshooters, and the Third light battery, in the war of the rebellion - () - John Lord Parker - pages Historical©ancestry found Sketch of the Old Sixth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers: during its three campaigns in,and containing.
Story of Co. F, 23rd Massachusetts Volunteers, in the War for the Union, - () - Herbert Eugene Valentine - pages. The 55th Massachusetts volunteer infantry - () - Burt G. Wilder - 12 pages. The 57th Regiment of Massachusetts volunteers in the war of the rebellion.
Army of the Potomac - () - John Anderson - pagesSeller Rating: % positive. History of the Twenty-first regiment; Massachusetts volunteers, in the war for the preservation of the union, With statistics of the war and of Rebel prisons. By Charles F. Walcott. Boston: Houston, Mifflin and co., xiii, p.
front., port., maps. 23 cm. NCRare inscribed on front end-paper: "Charles P. [Deane. The Tenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry,a western Massachusetts regiment, Contributor Names Roe, Alfred S. (Alfred Seelye), Created / Published Springfield, Mass., Tenth regiment veteran association, Subject Headings.
Walcott, Charles F. (Charles Folsom). History of the Twenty-First Regiment, Massachusetts volunteers, in the war for the preservation of the union, with statistics of the war and of rebel prisons. (Boston, Massachusetts: Houghton Mifflin, ), FHL book M2wc. Images for the 21st Massachusetts Infantry, (accessed 18 April ).
Size: feet of linear shelf space (3 items) Abstract: Herbert Eugene Valentine () was a private in Company F of the 23rd Massachusetts Volunteers, who served in the United States Army between and in eastern Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina.Story of Co.
F, 23rd Massachusetts Volunteers, in the War for the Union, - () - Herbert Eugene Valentine - pages. The 55th Massachusetts volunteer infantry - () - Burt G. Wilder - 12 pages. The 57th Regiment of Massachusetts volunteers in the war of the rebellion.
Army of the Potomac - () - John Anderson - pagesSeller Rating: % positive.Original data: Record of the Massachusetts volunteers, Boston: The Adjutant-General under a resolve of the General Court,