2 edition of Fifty-third Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers. found in the catalog.
Fifty-third Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers.
Henry A. Willis
|Statement||By Henry A. Willis.|
|LC Classifications||E513.5 53d|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||247|
|LC Control Number||02014308|
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Regimental history fromMassachusetts Soldiers, Sailors, and Marines in the Civil War, compiled and published by the Adjutant General: The 53d Regt.
Mass. Vol. Mil. was made up of men coming largely from northern Worcester County, one company, however, being recruited in the adjoining towns of Middlesex County.
The 53rd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment recruited in Massachusetts for service in the American Civil War. The volunteers, mostly farmers, predominately hailed from north-central ance: Union. The 53rd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment recruited in Massachusetts for service in the American Civil War.
The volunteers, mostly farmers, predominately hailed from north-central Massachusetts. 1 Service 2 War history 6 March 15 March 24 May 27 May 28 May 5 June 19 June 3 Result 4 See also 5 References The Fifty-third. The 53rd Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (Militia) was organized at Groton Junction October 17 to November Fifty-third Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers.
book,and mustered out September 2,  For more information on the history of the 53rd Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, see the following. Cowdin and the First Massachusetts Regiment of Volunteers () - Cowdin, Robert - 19 pagesHistory of the Second Massachusetts regiment of infantry () - Oakey, Daniel - 15 pagesThe record of the Second Massachusetts infantry, () - Quint, Alonzo Hall - pagesRoster of Company I, 24th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteers ( History of the One Hundred and Fifty-Third Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers Infantry Which Was Recruited in Northampton County, (Classic Reprint) [Kiefer, William R.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
History of the One Hundred and Fifty-Third Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers Infantry Which Was Recruited in Northampton CountyReviews: 4. The story of the 3rd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry begins with the very start of the Civil War.
On Monday, April 14th,President Lincoln asked his states volunteer troops to serve him for three months. The Third Regiment Mass Voluntary Militia, "Minute Men", was summoned to Boston by Adjutant General Schouler.
Massachusetts furnished more regiments to the Continental Army than any other state, and the story of its line is the most complex. Although the Provincial Congress was in the process of planning a “Constitutional Army” to keep watch over the royal forces in Boston in earlythe fighting at Lexington and Concord caught it by surprise.
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Cambridge: Press of John Wilson and Son, July Roster of enlisted men pp - Reminiscences of Military Service in the Forty-third Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, During the Great Civil War, Edward H. Rogers Franklin Press, Rand, Avery, & Company, - Massachusetts - pages.
Original data: Emilio, Luis F. History of the Fifty-fourth regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Boston: Boston Book Co., Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the War of the Revolution and a brief Fifty-third Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers.
book in the Proceedings of the Massachusetts Historical Society, Vol. IV, p. refer additionally to Glover's Regiment as the 21st regiment.
It is unknown whether the reference to the 23rd regiment reflects an earlier or temporary name for Glover's regiment or. The Tenth regiment, Massachusetts volunteer infantry,a western Massachusetts regiment () - Roe, Alfred S.
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History of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Civil War unit histories: Union -- New England: Author: Luis Fenollosa Emilio: Edition: 2: Publisher: Boston Book Company, Original from: the University of California: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
The 54 th Massachusetts Infantry was a military unit organized by John A. Andrew in and commanded by Colonel Robert Gould Shaw. It was the first regiment in the North to include soldiers of African descent. It was the first time in the American history when the federal government considered hiring the freed slaves into the American military.
The 54th Massachusetts Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment that saw extensive service in the Union Army during the American Civil unit was the second African-American regiment, following the 1st Kansas Colored Volunteer Infantry Regiment, organized in the northern states during the Civil War.
Authorized by the Emancipation Proclamation, the regiment consisted of African-American. The Campaign of the 45th Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia "The Cadet Regiment" Language: English: LoC Class: E History: America: Civil War period () Subject: United States -- History -- Civil War, -- Regimental histories -- Massachusetts Subject: United States.
Army. Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 45th ( The 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Regiment was an infantry unit of the United States Army, mustered into Federal service during the Spanish–American War.
It was one of three state volunteer regiments that fought in the Santiago Campaign in Cuba, and the only volunteer unit at the Battle of El regiment participated in the Siege of Santiago until the city surrendered, spent. - Books Military History - Civil War Subject(s) United States--History--Civil War, Regimental histories North Carolina--History--Civil War, United States.
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Emilio after the war of his experiences as a captain in the 54th and 55th Massachusetts Volunteers, A Brave Black Regiment is a true to life account of these two regiments exploits in the civil war.
Watch Glory, but read this book and Blue Eyed Child of Fortune (from the letters of Robert Gould Shaw of his war experiences)/5(4). Exhibitions. Tell It with Pride: The 54th Massachusetts Regiment and Augustus Saint-Gaudens' Shaw Memorial 21 February to 23 May Organized by the National Gallery of Art, Washington, Tell It with Pride celebrates Augustus Saint-Gaudens's magisterial Shaw Memorial (–).
When Saint-Gaudens created the monument, he based his likeness of Shaw on photographs of the colonel, but for. 1st Battalion Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery Organized April, - Fort Warren, Boston 12th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry "Webster Regiment" - Recruited in the latter part of April, - Fort Warren, Boston books, and memorabilia" G.A.R.
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Published: () Eagles on their buttons: a Black infantry regiment in the Civil War / by: Washington, Versalle F., Published: (). History of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, – Second edition, revised and corrected, with appendix upon treatment of colored prisoners of war.
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Comprising also a history of the siege of Port Hudson. Also available in digital form.When the 54th Massachusetts spearheaded the suicidal charge against Fort Wagner on Jthe regiment was showered with acclaim, but that defining event was not its only illustrious moment.
After the devastating repulse at Fort Wagner left all of the unit's ranking officers dead or wounded, Captain Luis Fenellosa Emilio (