3 edition of Civil War letters of D.M. Woodfill, 6th Indian Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1864 found in the catalog.
Civil War letters of D.M. Woodfill, 6th Indian Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1864
Daniel Michael Woodfill
|Statement||edited by Barbara Whittelsey ... [et al.] ; general editor, Allan H. Kittell.|
|Genre||Correspondence., Personal narratives., Biography.|
|Contributions||Whittelsey, Barbara., Kittell, Allan H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. :|
The Story of the Fifteenth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War , by Andrew E. Ford, 19th Massachusetts Volunteers. History of the Nineteenth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry , by Committee on History, 20th Massachusetts Volunteers. One Indian was killed, five captured, and the others driven away. During the summer of , while the great Sioux war was progressing in the north, the entire regiment was called to the field to put down the Chiricahua Apaches, and later to assist in removing them to San Carlos Agency.
Letter from MG M. Lovell to USN commander about letter sent to the town of Rodney, MS threatening retaliation if US Forces are fired upon. June 5, Letter from LTC J.D. Bennett to General Van Dorn Reporting Information of Union Troops in Baldwyn and Marieta, MS. June 9, Private Joseph Saberton was in Company C, 25th Indiana Volunteer Infantry. This is a great series of letters dated from to Thank you to Stacy Hardin for the research and generous submittal. Biography. April 22 – Born in Chatteris, England. Late s-Early s – Probable immigration to the United States.
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Note: The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Regiments Indiana Volunteer Infantry were units that served in the Mexican–American War. Indiana State Monument, Antietam National Battlefield, commemorating the 7th, 14th, 19th and 27th Infantry and 3rd Cavalry (East Wing). The 6th was organized at Indianapolis in April,as a three months regiment, and was mustered in on April It left the state for West Virginia, and reached Philippi June 2.
It participated in the first battle of the war at that place June 3, and was attached to Gen. Morris' brigade. United States. Army. Indiana Infantry Regiment, 6th (), United States -- History Civil War, Regimental histories, Indiana -- History Civil War, Publisher Indianapolis: W.B. Burford, printer and binder Collection cdl; civilwardocuments; americana Digitizing sponsor MSN Contributor University of California Libraries Pages: List of military units raised by the state of Indiana during the American Civil War.
Contents[show] Artillery units Half of the 20th Indiana Battery outside Chattanooga, TN, Half of the 20th Indiana Battery outside Chattanooga, TN, Cavalry Note: Cavalry regiments also had infantry designations. Infantry Note: The 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Regiments Indiana Volunteer Infantry were.
Harrison, Thomas J., Civil War Letters, F One partial microfilm reel. Collection guide in library. Thomas J. Harrison was from Kokomo, Indiana.
The first few letters relate to his three month service as a Captain with the 6th Indiana Infantry. Most Hoosier Civil War 6th Indian Volunteer Infantry existed in a rural environment governed by the rhythms of the natural world and lived within a very personal network of kinfolk and neighbors; they perceived a great many things to be beyond their control.
For most people of the Civil War era, God was in command, and one must submit to His will. During the four year Civil War, Indiana contributed somemen to the United States Army, an additional 1, served in the Navy and Marines, and the state furnished 1, colored troops to the Union Army, according to Dyer, A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion ().
Indiana soldiers suffered the following casualties while serving. The Cyrus F. Jenkins Civil War Diary,held at the Troup County Archives, chronicles Cyrus Franklin Jenkins' experiences as an enlisted man in the Meriwether Volunteers, Company B, 13th Georgia Infantry Regiment, during the first year of the war, June to March Civil War Documents from Captain Charles W.
Smith 22nd Wisconsin Infantry co. Pvt. Porter L. Morse 6th Ohio Cavalry co. Henry Ede 81st Illinois Infantry Co.
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Civil War Letters of William Wallace Morgan. to Febru 37 pages. Morris, Cpl. George W. History of the Eighty first Regiment of Indiana Volunteer Infantry in the Great War of the Rebellion, to Shouldise, Henry.
Letter from Henry Shouldise to his brother William Shouldise Febuary 1, A Civil War History of the th Pennsylvania Regiment, Allentown, PA: Lewis G. Schmidt, N. 39th St. Allentown PA $ plus $ Shipping and Handling. [email protected] LCN Schroyer, M. The history of Company "G", th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, th Pennsylvania Volunteers.
Claire Rosen photographed the letters along with other Civil War artifacts, including a Federal Forage Cap worn by Union soldiers, a canteen, a regimental flag, a glass inkwell, a U.S.
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in the American Civil War. Online Books: 15th Indiana Infantry Officer Roster - Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Indiana, Volume 2, by W.H.H.
Terrell, Adjutant General, Indiana, View Entire Book 15th Indiana Infantry Soldier Roster - Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Indiana, Volume 4, by W.H.H.
Terrell. A new Second Infantry was now formed in accordance with the Act quoted above, by the consolidation of the 6th, 16th, 22d, 23d, and 32d Regiments of Infantry, so it would appear that the date of organization of the present regiment would be that of the Sixth Infantry,—namely, April 3, 7th Minnesota Infantry Regiment, Company K Records, - Correspondence, orders, muster rolls, reports, and related records.
Barrick Family Civil War Materials, Undated, -(Alpheus Barrick, A, 7th) Three and letters and compiled biographical information on Alpheus and his two sons in the 3rd Minnesota.
In April the regiment was given horses and served as mounted infantry during the rest of the year. It participated in the battle of Chickamauga, and then took part in an expedition into East Tennessee. On 15 October the regiment changed from infantry to. John H. Woodfill was a veteran of the Mexican American War and the American Civil War, having served in the 5th Regiment Indiana Infantry.
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