5 edition of History of the Second regiment Illinois volunteer infantry from organization to muster-out found in the catalog.
|Statement||ed. by H.W. Bolton, chaplain.|
|LC Classifications||E726.I2 B6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. 1., -444 p.|
|Number of Pages||444|
|LC Control Number||99002638|
39th Illinois Infantry in the American Civil War. Online Books: 39th Illinois Infantry Soldier Roster - Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois, Volume 3, Revised by Brigadier General J.N. Reece, Adjutant General, View Entire Book. TWENTY -FIFTH REGIMENT ILLINOIS VOLUNTEERS. [Contributed by Captain Achilles Martin.] The 25th Ill. Vol. Inf., three companies of which (A, B and D) were from V ermilion County, d a s organized in Vermilion County, June I, , mustered into service at St. Louis, Missouri, August 4, , and from there transported by rail to Jefferson City, Missouri, and thence to Sedalia, Llis- souri.
part of a volume entitled History of the Ninety - Third Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry: From Organization To Muster Out --Statistics Compiled by Aaron Dunbar Sergeant, Company " B", Revised and Edited by Harvey M. Trimble, Adjutant. A history of the 93rd regiment, known as the "Lebanon infantry" and "One of the fighting regiments" from September 12th, , to June 27th, () - Mark, Penrose G - pages History of the Seventeenth regiment, Pa. volunteer cavalry or one hundred and sixty-second in line of Pa. volunteer regiments, war to supline the rebellion.
The regiment was redesignated the 1st Regiment Nebraska Volunteer Cavalry on November 6, It was transferred to the frontier to keep the Plains Indians in check. It was amalgamated with the 1st Battalion Nebraska Veteran Volunteer Cavalry in , and mustered out of the Union Army in . Incidental history of the flags and color guard of the Second Michigan Veteran Volunteer Infantry, Lansing, Mich.: W.S. Sly,  Dornbusch MI67 Michigan Infantry Regiment, 3rd, and Reorganized Record Third Michigan infantry Civil war,
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This work was reproduced from the original artifact. HISTORY OF THE EIGHTY-SIXTH REGIMENT ILLINOIS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY, DURING ITS TERM OF SERVICE. (NOTE: THIS IS ALSO THE HISTORY OF THE 85th and th ILLINOIS AS WELL AS THE 52nd OHIO) By J.
KINNEAR Cruger, Woodford County, Illinois. [Transcribed by Wayne A. Edwards] CHICAGO: TRIBUNE COMPANY'S BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE. United States. Army. Illinois Infantry Regiment. 52nd (). Historical Memorandum of the 52nd Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers: from its Organization, Nov.
19th,to its Muster Out, by Reason of Expiration of Service, on the 6th Day of July, (Gilbert and Post, c). Google Books. Other libraries with this book. United.
Campaign History Organization. The nd Illinois was organized at Camp Palmer, Carlinville, Illinois, in Augustby Colonel John I. Rinaker, and was mustered into the service of the United States 4 Septemberwith enlisted men.
The Regiment remained in camp and was drilled until 8 October, and was then ordered and moved to Columbus, ance: Union. Brief History Edit. The 52nd Regiment, Illinois Infantry was organized at Geneva, Illinois and mustered in on Novem The regiment mustered out on July 5, and was discharged at Chicago, Illinois, on J For more information on the history.
June 11th, the Regiment was ordered to Camp Douglas, Ill., for final pay and muster out of the United States service, where it arrived on the 14th, received pay on the 29th, and on the 30th day of Junethe Ninety-sixth Regiment Illinois Infantry Volunteers had passed into history, after an eventful existence of three years, rendered historic by deeds written in blood on many a battle field.
History of the organization, marches, campings, general services and final muster out of Battery M, First regiment Illinois light artillery () - pages Army memoirs of Lucius W. Barber, Company "D", 15th Illinois volunteer Rating: % positive. Special Field Orders. No 56 IV. The Fourteenth and Fifteenth Illinois Infantry Volunteers not being veteran regiment, having re-enlisted less than three-fourths of their number, the veterans and all recruits of each, who have joined the regiment since the date of it original muster-in, will, in accordance with provisions of Circular No.
36, War Department, A.G.O., May 2,be consolidated. History of the Eighty-Sixth Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry () by John R. Kinnear; Ninety-Second Illinois Volunteers () History of the Ninety-Third Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry, from Organization to Muster-Out () by Harvey M.
Trimble, Aaron Dunbar. history of the eighty-sixth regiment illinois volunteer infantry, during its term of service. by j. kinnear, cruger, woodford county, illinois. chicago: tribune company's book and job printing office.
Winnebago County, Illinois Genealogy and History Volunteers Dedicated to Free Genealogy: Society of the 74th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Reunion Proceedings and History of the Regiment--W.P.
Lamb, Book and Job Printer, Rockford, Illinois, Service. The th Illinois Infantry was organized at Camp Douglas in Chicago, Illinois, and mustered in for three years service on September 6,under the command of Colonel John Van Arman.
The regiment was attached to 4th Brigade, 5th Division, District of Memphis, XIII Corps, Department of the Tennessee, November 2nd Brigade, 2nd Division, XIII Corps, to December 2nd. Filed under: United States -- History -- Civil War, -- Regimental histories -- New York infantry -- 69th (militia) Chronicles of the rebellion offorming a complete history of the secession movement from its commencement, to which are added the muster roll of the Union army and explanatory and illustrative notes of the leading.
History of the Organization, marches, campings, general services and final muster out of Battery M, First regiment Illinois light artillery () - pages History of the Seventh Regiment Illinois volunteer infantry, from its first muster into the U.S. service, Apto its final muster out, July 9, () - Ambrose, D.
Leib Seller Rating: % positive. History of the Second Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry from Organization to Muster-out, Edited by H.W. Bolton, Chaplain. Hardcover,pps.
A used hardcover book bound in a faded maroon cloth over boards. The condition of the book is good, but very loose sewing of the pages. "The Spirit of ": History of the Sixth Indiana Regiment in the Three Months' Campaign in Western Virginia (Madison, IN: Courier Print, ), by Andrew J.
Grayson (multiple formats at Indiana) Report on the organization and campaigns of the Army of the Potomac; to which is added an account of the campaign in western Virginia, with plans of.FIRST LIEUTENANT ALBERT P.
BRITT enlisted from Mason City, Ill., in Company E, Twenty-seventh Illinois Infantry, Augand at the organization of that company was chosen sergeant. He served with his company until promoted second lieutenant of Company I, February 9,and on June 2,he was promoted to be first lieutenant.History of the 57th regiment, Illinois voluteer infantry, from muster in, Dec.
26,to muster out, July 7, Genealogy Gophers. History of the Fourth Illinois Volunteers in Their Relations to the Spanish-American War for the Liberation of Cuba and Other Island Possessions of Spain Open Library.