4 edition of A most unusual regiment found in the catalog.
A most unusual regiment
M. J. Ryan
Includes bibliographical references (p. 174-176) and index.
|Series||Australian Army history collection|
|LC Classifications||UA874.M44 R93 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 183 p. :|
|Number of Pages||183|
|LC Control Number||2008426119|
At least Sixty-two unattached Confederate companies served. Numerous units, particularly on the Confederate side and Southern Union outfits, have little or no published history, and there is a good chance that the National Archives records will fill those gaps. The papers for the U. The Record and Pension Office of the War Department in the s rebound the records, combining slim volumes together to form new, thicker, and less unwieldy tomes.
His division made first contact at Gettysburg. Buckles's Order No. General William E. These sources are to be found outside the National Archives.
He instructed Colonel Thomas to raise two additional Cherokee companies in November of. And so the call to arms introduced into Federal or Confederate service an array of units with names like the Kalamazoo Light Guard and the Sumter Light Guards, the Brooklyn Phalanx and the Winchester Boomerangs— volunteer companies accepted by the governors of the states, combined into regiments, and tendered to the central government. Carded medical records, RG 94, entry This arrangement lasted untilwhen the three amalgamated once more to become one regiment.
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The Cadillac automobile is named for him. Her "Quarter" books use "butchering" instead of the F-word, if memory serves. Consider particularly references to field of officers colonel, lieutenant colonel, major on microfilm M, M, and M Considering the fact that the world blew up and A most unusual regiment book a giant sentient spaceship trying to kill them, you'd think there'd be more of this at least, but unlike the previous series, this one isn't written in the first person.
They should be sought in historical libraries rather than in the National Archives. Some unusual examples have included photographs of soldiers, personal letters, and brief narrative histories.
These are few in number, and listed in appendix B. Pension records: T on microfilm is an index to pensioners by unit, beginning with the field and staff, then showing them alphabetically by company; another microfilm publication has the overall pension index by name of soldier T, General Index to Pension Files, Court-martial proceedings, indexed on microfilm M by name of accused, showing regiment.
On page 78 of this section are listings for the th Ohio Infantry, beginning with dates of organization and muster-out of service, and proceeding with a citation to the Official roster of the soldiers of the state of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, - Regimental hospital registers, RG 94, entrytranscribed for 5, above.
A second major source of unpublished documents significant for the history of Union volunteer regiments are the unbound regimental papers, which at this writing are filed with muster rolls.
Likewise, more than a dozen "legions" of the Confederacy formations including infantry, cavalry, and artillery are statistically overshadowed by the more familiar regimental arrangement. Richard J. The Second Pennsylvania Heavy Artillery was in reality two regiments, with more than five thousand men passing through the ranks.
A good Union name search since regiments are composed of individuals should consider the field officers of the regiment colonel, lieutenant colonel, major. Thomas of Waynesville, son of the late Col.
Symbols "DLC," "NN"whose explanations are unfortunately not provided in the volume, indicate libraries in which the compiler located copies e. In this hierarchy the regiment stands out as of special significance, especially since no individual service numbers had yet been devised to distinguish one John C.
The Union men are horrified by this revelation and kill the Tugar advance scouts. The Merki seek revenge on the Rus. The Captain desires if any man wants to get drunk, that he do it upon his own responsibility and not upon a pass granted by the Captain. Celeriter nil crede. Infantrya practice that muddies understanding.
They trained at the Royal Artillery Depot in Woolwich.Mar 26, · Griggs’ photo of an Easter service in Staff Sgt William Griggs worked on the Alaska Highway with the 97 th Engineering Regiment in A regiment with 12, black soldiers naturally included some with unusual backgrounds and skills.
Former Bowdoin professor Joshua Lawrence Chamberlain and his 20th Maine Infantry Regiment did a lot of fighting during the Civil War, most famously at the Little Round Top at the Battle of Gettysburg, where desperate and clever action saved the day and won them renown.
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Musick Note: Private letters and diaries should be sought outside the National Archives, in the National Union Catalog of Manuscript Collections, the Library.
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