4 edition of Indiana in the War of the Rebellion found in the catalog.
|Series||Indiana historical collections,, v. 41|
|Contributions||Terrell, William Henry Harrison, 1827-1884.|
|LC Classifications||E506 .I37 1960|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 603 p.|
|Number of Pages||603|
|LC Control Number||61062629|
This is all the more reason to continue looking into this story. Exchanged November 1, Indianapolis, M. Long, Everette B. All were appointed by the governor.
In World War II, for instance, a recruit would be given the same haircut and grooming and clothes as everyone else and placed in a group of strangers of similar age from all over the country. Sulgrove, State Printer. Series III also includes calls for troops, correspondence between National and State authorities, and correspondence between Union and Confederate authorities. For instance, a lieutenant could be exchanged for four privates, or a commanding general for sixty privates, or fifteen lieutenants, or some other combination of men that equaled sixty privates. An outstanding veteran unit, such as the famous Iron Brigade that included the 19th Indiana, tended to perform well in battle.
Includes bibliographical essay. Indiana was the only state which had its own sanitary commission to provide aid to its soldiers, rather than depend on the United States Sanitary Commission. In addition to this local support, the State of Indiana probably provided more for its soldiers than any other northern state. For example, just six Indiana regiments were involved in the Battle of Gettysburg and six regiments and artillery batteries in the fighting at Antietam, while some fifty-five Hoosier regiments and artillery batteries fought at Atlanta, fifty-five at Kenesaw Mountain, and fifty at Resaca. In fact, the primary purpose of the draft was to stimulate volunteering. Naval War Records Office.
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This page briefly describes resources for researching the military service of individual Civil War soldiers in "Volunteer" Army units. Adjutant General's Office. Advance from Franklin to Alexandria March 14— Republicans saw and understood the world around them in terms of their political ideology.
Tension in the city ended on July 14, when it was confirmed that Morgan had left Indiana and entered Ohio. Palmer, state printer, Barnard, Indiana in the War of the Rebellion book well as Civil War maps, plans, engineering drawings, diagrams, blueprints, and sketches of forts.
The men of the company usually elected their officers. A separate card was prepared each time an individual name appeared on a document.
Upson, Theodore F. Indianapolis, Ind. Please be aware that these are very popular records. Kenneth Milton Indiana politics during the Civil War. Some of the photos have been compiled into a Pictures of the Civil War leaflet, also available online.
Troops might also be treated and feted in other places as they made their way to the front. Both republicanism and liberty meant different things to different people. In short, the Navy was a world to itself, and each of the 1, Hoosier males who entered this world had to play by its rules.
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Reprinted in for the Civil War Centennial by the Historical Bureau, this first appeared in as volume one of an eight Manufacturer: Indiana Historical Society.
The item The Sixteenth Maine Regiment Indiana in the War of the Rebellion book the War of the Rebellion,by A.R. Small ; with an introduction written by James A.
Hall represents a specific, individual, material embodiment of a distinct intellectual or artistic creation found in Indiana State Library. Jun 30, · Indiana in the war of the rebellion by Indiana. Adjutant General's Office; Terrell, William H. H. Publication date Topics Indiana -- History Civil War, Publisher Indianapolis, Douglass & Conner, printers Collection library_of_congress; americana Digitizing sponsor Sloan Foundation Contributor The Library of CongressPages: Pdf 12, · Indiana’s War is a primary source collection featuring the writings of Indiana’s citizens pdf the Civil War era.
Using private letters, official records, newspaper articles, and other original sources, the volume presents the varied experiences of Indiana’s participants in the war both on the battlefield and on the home front/5(3).Even though he was found not guilty of treason, Douglas’s trial illustrated the deep ideological and political divisions at the heart of Indiana during the Civil War.
See Part Four. Justin E. Walsh, The Centennial History of the Indiana General Assembly. Hoosier Soldiers in the Ebook War. Thomas E. Rodgers University of Southern Indiana. Introduction.
According ebook official reports,Hoosier men served in the Navy and Army during the Civil War. Of this number, 1, served in the Navy, 1, were African-Americans serving in black army units, andwere white males who served in the.