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Reception to the members of the Ninety-sixth Regiment, Illinois Infantry Volunteers

United States. Army. Illinois Infantry Regiment, 96th (1862-1865)

Reception to the members of the Ninety-sixth Regiment, Illinois Infantry Volunteers

by United States. Army. Illinois Infantry Regiment, 96th (1862-1865)

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Published by Knight, Leonard & Co., printers in Chicago .
Written in English

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    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories -- Illinois Infantry -- 96th

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      Statementat the residence of their old commander, General John C. Smith, on the twenty-ninth anniversary of the Battle of Peach Tree Creek, Georgia. July 20, 1893.
      ContributionsSmith, John Corson, 1832-1911.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE505.5 96th .I2
      The Physical Object
      Pagination75 p.
      Number of Pages75
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6572246M
      LC Control Number14022894
      OCLC/WorldCa3105752

      Another brother (Asiel Z.) served through the war as a captain in the Ninety-sixth Regiment, Illinois Volunteers, and was severely wounded at Mission Ridge. Another brother (Edward A.) was adjutant of that regiment and received a brevet commission as Major of Infantry. An account of the reception given by the citizens of New York to the survivors of the officers and crews of the United States frigates Cumberland and Congress ().pdf Henry J. History of the Eighty-Fifth Regiment, Illinois Volunteer Infantry, pdf. st Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers - Infantry, - ().pdf.

      The historical records for the Joice family begins in October , in Scott County, Kentucky. James Joice crossed Confederate lines and made his way to the Union camp. Within the camp, members of the 96th Illinois Volunteer Infantry were positioned. The regiment’s records indicate that these men were open in their hatred and disgust of slavery. The collection consists of two Civil War diaries of Abram Rinker written during his service with Company B of the 52nd Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers from May - December Rinker was stationed in North and South Carolina including Beauford, .

      PAGE Introduction 1 A Brief Historical Sketch of the Independent Corps of Cadets 3 List of Cadets who served in the Civil War 9 The services of the Cadets in the early part of the War and at Fort Warren in 17 The Cadet Regiment and its friends in 35 A Few Facts of interest to members of the Forty-Fifth Regiment 42 In Memory of Oliver White Peabody, Lieutenant-Colonel Forty Fifth. NINETY-SIXTH ILLINOIS INFANTRY. The 96th regiment was composed of six companies from Jo Daviess county and four from Lake. It was organized at Rockford, on 74 the 5th of September, , numbering men. The following is the original roster:Cited by: 1.


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