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Robinson and the Story of the 89th New York Volunteer Infantry - Robert J. Taylor. President Lincoln's call for volunteers to fight for the restoration of the Union was answered by common men throughout the United States.
The Civil War letters of William A. Robinson: the story of the 89th New York Volunteer Infantry. Bowker, George. George Bowker letters, Description: 1 box ; 27 x 31 x 6 cm. Abstract: A majority of the correspondence reflects the personal and military activities of George Bowker and the 89th New York Volunteers during the American Civil War.
The 89th New York fought in the eastern theater of the war. The Civil War Letters of William A. Robinson & the Story of the 89th New York Volunteer Infantry - Robert J. Taylor. President Lincoln's call for volunteers to fight for the restoration of the Union was answered by common men throughout the United States.
William A. Robinson was one of them, a simple farmer and a family man from Delaware County, NY, who enlisted for a. The Civil War Letters of William A.
Robinson and the Story of the 89th New York Volunteer Infantry (Source: Heritage Books) ($) Dutchess. Biography of Lewis G. Robinson Resident of the Town of Kent, New York (Source: DUNHAM-WILCOX-TROTT-KIRK) Erie. Biography of Noble Robinson (Source: USGenWeb Illinois Archives). J.W. and Josephine were also my GrandParents X3.
Their daughter Mary Eugenia married John Newton Cooper my GGGrandfather. Small world. I have read and been told that within the famous John Wesley Robison papers, there is correspondence from William Ferdinand Cooper (John Newton's father).
Cozens was a Philadelphia merchant accused of defrauding the U.S. government in a contract to supply tents during the Civil War. Davis, William Watts Hart. Papers, (Collection ). Davis recruited the th Regiment PA Volunteers; collection also includes data on the 11 th Maine, 56 th New York, 52 nd PA, and th PA regiments.
Appendix from The Civil War Letters of William A. Robinson and the Story of the 89th NYVI; Civil War Letter - extract from letter written by Gilbert Northrup; Civil War Letters - Thomas Lewis to wife and to brother William; Civil War Letters - Orrin C.
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Taylor. President Lincoln's call for volunteers to fight for the restoration of the Union was answered by common men throughout the United States.
Taylor, Robert J. MD The Civil War Letters of William A. Robinson: The Story of the 89th New York Volunteer Infantry (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books), ISBN ; Attribution. This article contains text from a text now in the public domain: Dyer, Frederick H. A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion.
Des Moines, IA: Dyer Publishing ance: Union. The Civil War Letters of William A. Robinson and the Story of the 89th New York Volunteer Infantry | President Lincoln's call for volunteers to fight for the restoration of the Union was answered by common men throughout the United States.
the civil war letters of william a. robinson and the story of the 89th new york volunteer infantry William A. Robinson HISTORY OF THE THIRTEENTH REGIMENT TENNESSEE VOLUNTEER CAVALRY U.S.A. Civil War Letters of William A. Robinson: The Story of the 89th NY (L) Volunteer Infantry by Robert J.
Taylor Dear Wife: Letters of a Civil War Soldier. Daniel B. White, member of the th Frank Leslie’s The Soldier in Our Civil War File Size: KB. 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. Col., U. Volunteers. Regimental Losses In The American Civil WarAlbany, N.Y.: Albany Publishing Company, Letters were an important aspect of the Civil War. They bring us a history that is personal, sometimes even private, yet always revealing.
We are able to learn much about the feelings of a person heading into battle, their feelings for a loved one; thoughts on mortality and God.
Taylor, Robert J. MD The Civil War Letters of William A. Robinson: The Story of the 89th New York Volunteer Infantry (Bowie, MD: Heritage Books), ISBN ; Attribution This article contains text from a text now in the public domain: Dyer, Frederick H.
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This collection consists of 69 letters written by Francis G. Barnes to his wife, Frances M. Barnes, plus two manuscript documents that cover his entire career in the Army during the Civil War. Barnes was a native of Phoenix, Oswego County, New York.
He served in the 21st New York Independent Battery. An escaped slave was the 'Florence Nightingale’ of Indiana's Civil War regiment A Southern Democrat survived impeachment trap and came to be in charge of Reconstruction New Statue Unveiled In Response To Richmond's Confederate Monuments.
6th Infantry Regiment Civil War Billy Wilson's Zouaves; Union Battalion Zouaves; Union Volunteers. History Mustered in: Mustered out: J The following is taken from New York in the War of the Rebellion, 3rd ed.
Frederick Phisterer. Albany: J. Lyon Company, The 88th New York Infantry was a volunteer regiment in the Union Army's Irish Brigade during the American Civil ance: Union. This regimental history follows the th New York Volunteer Infantry's service from muster through victory.
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collapse. Europe England France New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon. Civil War Soldiers and Statesmen, listed by State and Regiment. 89th New York Infantry.
Henderson, Harvey (); Co. Civil War-related or not. If you have family papers or organization records that chronicle some facet of New York State history, please contact the unit at () The 8th Regiment arrived at New Orleans, and went immediate into quarters in the Mechanic's Institute building.
( Newton Glazier, 11th Regiment, from Fort Slemmer D.C. () Civil War Letters of William Wallace Morgan. to Febru 37 pages. 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 An estimated million soldiers fought in the Civil War, with more thanperishing in battle, from wounds, or from disease.
More thanVirginians served in Confederate units during the Civil War, and most were native-born farmers between the ages of 18 with an average age of just under This collection consists chiefly of official records of army regiments and individual soldiers of New York State who participated in the Civil War from to Regimental records consist chiefly of muster rolls which provide alphabetical rosters of officers and enlisted men of companies; other regimental records include ordnance store reports, requisition forms, payroll.
The Civil War diary of Private Merritt Hager Smith of Company G, 97th New York Infantry, a member of the regimental band. The diary entries span the entire year of The first entry finds Smith receiving orders to proceed to Belle Plain Landing, Virginia to assist Lt.
Louis Rowan, the regiment's quartermaster. About New York, Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, This collection contains abstracts compiled from original muster rolls for New York State infantry units involved in the Civil War. The records have personal enlistment information and military service, as.
1. Red and white silk with tag: “Handkerchief – carried during the Civil War by William H. Lyman Co K 16th Regt.” Fair condition. New Testament American Bible Society New York. Name, unit and “Watertown, Mass. Listed Ap ” written on front page in pencil.
Identification disk/dog tag. The ILGenWeb Civil War Scrapbook. General Information: Orders - Copies of original documents relating the assassination of President Lincoln; Siege of Fort Blakeley, Alabama - 26 Illinois regiments partici d in this, the final battle of the Civil War.
This page will include items of interest related to the regiments serving. The Ninety-First Ohio Volunteer Infantry: With the Civil War Letters of Lt. Col. Benjamin Franklin Coates and an Annotated Roster of the Men of Company C By Lois J.
Lambert. This regimental history covers the activities and engagements of the Ninety-first OVI from its organization in July until the end of the war.
Union infantry from New York state, campaigning in Pennsylvania around the time of Gettysburg; Wood, William (William Charles Henry), Captains of the Civil War; a chronicle of the blue and the gray (English) Worden, J. L., Wikipedia: John Lorimer Worden.
The Monitor and the Merrimac Both Sides of the Story (English). The story of a thousand: being a history of the service of the th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, in the war for the Union from Aug to June 6, by Tourgée, Albion Winegar, The th New York Volunteer Infantry: A Civil War History.
likes. This regimental history follows the th New York Volunteer Infantry's service from muster in until the end of hte war. Moore, Robert H., ed., "Break out! The capture and adventures of Washington Brown Traweek in Yankeedom and his part in leading up to the daring escape of Confederate prisoners from Elmira, New York," in Civil War Times Illustrated, vol.
29 (Nov.-Dec. ), pp,56, A history of the Forty-fourth regiment, New York volunteer infantry, in the civil war, by Eugene Arus Nash - () - pages A memorial of Brevet Brigadier General Lewis Benedict, colonel of d regiment N.
Y. V. I., who fell in battle at Pleasant Hill, La., April 9, by Henry Marvin Benedict - () - pagesSeller Rating: % positive.Begin your Civil War Research Learn about resources at the National Archives for researching individuals who served in the Civil War.
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