3 edition of History of Company B, Twenty-first Regiment (Infantry) South Carolina Volunteers found in the catalog.
History of Company B, Twenty-first Regiment (Infantry) South Carolina Volunteers
Henry Kershaw Dubose
Originally published: Columbia, S.C. : R .L. Bryan, 1909.
|Statement||Henry Kershaw Dubose.|
|Genre||Personal narratives, Personal narratives, Confederate|
|LC Classifications||E577.5 21st .D83 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2009042425|
By Todd Jones. Midway through the Civil War, Connecticut created the state’s first African American regiment, the 29th Regiment Connecticut ng bravely for the final year of the war, the regiment won many important battles and became one of the first Union regiments to march through the Confederate capital of Richmond. 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 .
The Virginia Regimental Histories Series. Published by H. E. Howard Inc. In Harold Howard determined to publish a history of every Virginia regiment that served in the Civil War. The first book was published in , the last in It has digital Civil War soldier service records and brief regiment histories (located at the bottom of some of the muster rolls). Dubose, Henry Kershaw. The History of Company B, Twenty-First Regiment (infantry) South Carolina Volunteers: Confederate States Provisional Army (Columbia, S.C.: R.L. Bryan, ), pages.
Rennolds, Lt. Edwin H. “History of Company “F”, One Hundred and Fifty-Fourth Senior Regiment Tennessee Infantry.” In A History of the Henry County Commands Which Served in the Confederate States Army, Including Rosters of the Various Companies Enlisted in Henry County, Tennessee, The 20th Maine’s Company B, deployed along the regiment’s left front flank, was subsequently cut off by this flanking movement. After an hour and a half under heavy attack and running low on ammunition, Chamberlain saw the rebels forming for another push and ordered a charge down the hill with fixed bayonets, which caught the enemy by surprise.
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History of Company B, Twenty-first Regiment (Infantry) South Carolina Volunteers, Confederate States Provisional Army (Accessable Books): Confederate States Provisional Army: Henry Kershaw Dubose: : Books.5/5(1). The Petersburg Regiment in the Civil War: A History of the 12th Virginia Infantry from John Brown’s Hanging to Appomattox, The Problem with Lincoln: The False Virtue of Abraham Lincoln The Rashness of That Hour: Politics, Gettysburg, and the Downfall 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.
The History of Company B, th Infantry, in the World War(Freehold, NJ: Transcript Printing House, ), ed. by B. Colonna (multiple formats at ) History of the th Field Artillery, 30th Division(Raleigh, NC: Published by the History Committee of. (Back to Twenty-first Regiment book History") History of B Company 21st Armored Infantry Battalion.
PREFACE. We, the editors, have tried to set forth in this book an interesting, readable, and accurate account of the history of our company. It is, we know, far from complete and we are also aware that there are factual, typographical, and grammatical errors.
The Act of Congress approved Jtransformed the battalion, by the addition of two new companies, into the Twenty-first Regiment of Infantry. Regimental headquarters were established at. The story of the Twenty-first regiment, Connecticut volunteer infantry, during the Civil War.
United States. Army. Connecticut Infantry Regiment, 21st: Free Download, Pages: History of the Twenty-first Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers, in the war for the preservation of the union, With statistics of the war and.
The Story of the Twenty-first Regiment, Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, During the Civil War. Civil War unit histories: Union -- New England: Author: United States. Army. Connecticut Infantry Regiment, 21st () Publisher: Press of the Stewart Printing Company, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Oct.
Please note: dates given are day-month-year [e.g. = March 1st, ] Army Groups. History of the Doles-Cook Brigade of Northern Virginia, C.S.A.: containing muster roles of each company of the Fourth, Twelfth, Twenty-first and Forty-fourth Georgia Regiments, with a short sketch of the services of each member, and a complete history of each regiment, by one of its own members.
Finally that regiment took station at posts along the river above Sully, and the 22d occupied Sully, under command of the colonel, with Companies A, E, F and H; and Randall, under command of the lieutenant-colonel, with Companies B, C, D and G.
Company I was sent to Crow Creek Indian Agency and K to Lower Brulé Agency, which are situated about. Chronicles of the Twenty-first regiment, New York state volunteers embracing a full history of the regiment from the enrolling of the first volunteer in Buffalo, Apto the final mustering out, including a copy of muster out rolls of field and staff, and each company.
History of the Pennsylvania Volunteers, #5. Search Volume five th regiment - th regiment; independent batteries; colored regiments Each of the following regiments has the history of the organization and service of the regiment followed by muster rolls for the Field and Staff Officers, Regimental Band (if any), the Companies from Company A.
History of Company B, Twenty-first Regiment (Infantry) South Carolina Volunteers: Confederate States Provisional Army. [Henry Kershaw Dubose] -- Account of the services rendered to the Confederate cause by Co.
B and the regiment of which it was a part, 21st S.C.V. and, as far as possible, the part taken by the other commands that composed.
The official reports of the Adjutant General of Iowa show that Company A, of the Twenty-first Regiment of Infantry, was ordered into quarters at Clinton, on the 23d day of May,and that it was there mustered into the service of the United States on the 4th day of June,while the other nine companies of the regiment were ordered into quarters at Dubuque, Iowa, on dates ranging from.
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Companies A, B, E and G were activated at Fort Hamilton on 20 May They were sent to Harpers Ferry and on 26 May fought in a skirmish with a Confederate States Army brigade. The companies fought at the Battle of Cedar Mountain on Branch: United States Army. 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: Houghton, Mifflin and Co., ), by Charles F.
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