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Civil War History of the 141st Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers By Ray Goulstone
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The Civil War History of the 141st Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers is the story of the gallant men, mainly from Bradford, Susquehanna and Wayne Counties, who fought together in the Battles of... More > Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Po River, Laurel Hill, Spotsylvania Courthouse, Siege of Petersburg and many others< Less
Civil War History of the 141st Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers By Ray Goulstone
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The Civil War History of the 141st Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers is the story of the gallant men, mainly from Bradford, Susquehanna and Wayne Counties, who fought together in the Battles of... More > Fredericksburg, Chancellorsville, Gettysburg, Wilderness, Po River, Laurel Hill, Spotsylvania Courthouse, Siege of Petersburg and many others< Less
History of Pennsylvania Civil War Regiments: Artillery, Cavalry, Volunteers, Reserve Corps, and United States Colored Troops By Christopher Cox
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This book has information of all Pennsylvania Civil War Regiment (including the United States Colored Troops that were organized in the state). This is a research base book to find the information... More > about one or more of the Pennsylvania Regiments and specific U.S. Colored Troops all in one place. The information is: who the commanding officers were are the organization (mustering in) of the regiment; what battles the regiment was involved in; the armies the regiment belonged to; total enrolled and break down of causalities; and when and where the regiment was organized and mustered out. This is the second book wrote by Christopher Cox. The title of the first is, History of Michigan Civil War Regiments: Artillery, Cavalry, Engineers, Infantry, and Sharpshooters.< Less
History of Pennsylvania Civil War Regiments: Artillery, Cavalry, Volunteers, Reserve Corps, and United States Colored Troops By Christopher Cox
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This book has information of all Pennsylvania Civil War Regiment (including the United States Colored Troops that were organized in the state). This is a research base book to find the information... More > about one or more of the Pennsylvania Regiments and specific U.S. Colored Troops all in one place. The information is: who the commanding officers were are the organization (mustering in) of the regiment; what battles the regiment was involved in; the armies the regiment belonged to; total enrolled and break down of causalities; and when and where the regiment was organized and mustered out. This is the second book wrote by Christopher Cox. The title of the first is, History of Michigan Civil War Regiments: Artillery, Cavalry, Engineers, Infantry, and Sharpshooters.< Less
Supplement to the History of the Civil War Regiments By Christopher Cox
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14th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry: Spanish-American War By
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Reprint of the brief history and complete roster of the 14th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry during the Spanish American War. This regiment was from Pittsburgh and Allegany County, Pennsylvania.
Historical Sketch and Roster of the North Carolina 15th Infantry Regiment By John C. Rigdon
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The North Carolina 15th Infantry Regiment, formerly the 5th Volunteers, was organized at Garysburg, North Carolina, in June, 1861. Its members were recruited in the counties of Northampton, Union,... More > Cleveland, Franklin, Harnett, Alamance, and Edgecombe. With about 800 officers and men, the unit was ordered to Yorktown, Virginia. In April, 1862, it had 532 effectives and during the war served under Generals H. Cobb and Cooke. The 15th fought in the Seven Days’ Battles, the Maryland Campaign, and at Fredericksburg. In January, 1863, the regiment moved to Charleston and Savannah, then returned to Virginia. After serving in the Richmond area during the Pennsylvania Campaign it was active in numerous conflicts from Bristoe to Cold Harbor. Later it saw action in the Petersburg trenches south of the James River and the Appomattox Courthouse Campaign.< Less
A Fine Day - The Civil War Diary of Captain Emanuel D. Roath, 107th PA Volunteers, 1864 By John P. Mulcahy
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The 1864 Civil War diary of Captain Emanuel D. Roath of the 107th Pennsylvania Regiment with details of combat actions and life in confederate prisons. A vivid, personal record of his role in the... More > 1864 campaign in Virginia with the Army of the Potomac under General U. S. Grant and his months in southern prisons.< Less
Preserve It Reader In Remembrance of Me By Ron Bardnell
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NEW 2012 Second Edition. This work is based on a 3-year collection of letters and diaries by American Civil War Union soldier George W. Belles, the great-great-grandfather of the author's wife, a... More > member of 139th Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers. Included are passionate and detailed narratives of both on and off the battlefield experiences; excruciating physical hardships endured; an occasional wondrous high and numerous agonizing lows. What prompted the author to produce this book was the following from the diary: "This book I trust shall live when I with my companions in the army have passed away. I want its pages kept secure for generations to come for their benefit and good of all. Who may chance to read it preserve it reader in remembrance of me.” With minimal editing, arranged in chronological order and grouped into chapters by a prevailing theme, George’s writings take the reader along with this exceptional man on his extraordinary 33-month American Civil War journey.< Less
Diary of a Tar Heel Confederate Soldier By Louis Leon
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This short volume, kept by Louis Leon during the War Between the States, tells in concise but poignant terms what it was like for the "man behind the gun," as he puts it. It tells of his... More > adventures in two different regiments from North Carolina and as a prisoner of war in New York. But there is something even more unique here: Mr. Leon was a Jew. He openly served his country while General Grant was deporting Jews "as a class" from Union occupied territories. A doubly unique perspective.< Less