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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1: prelminary narrative 3 3 Browse Search
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t between the Union gunboats and the formidable rebel ram Arkansas, there were on board the Carondelet, when run ashore, twenty men of the 30th Mass., under Lieut. E. A. Fiske. No casualties occurred, but the troops returned, July 26, to Baton Rouge, after having, for more than three months, undergone hardships such as have seldo Massachusetts Battery. Private Cesar Du Bois.Private John V. Warner. 26th Massachusetts. Lieutenant Seth Bonner, Co. F. 30th Massachusetts. Captain Edward A. Fiske,D Lieutenant Thomas B. Johnston,H Lieutenant Nathaniel K. Reed,C Lieutenant Ferdinand C. Poree,C Sergeant W. H. H. Richards,B Corporal George E. Coy,ntry). The commander of the 6th company, 1st battalion, was Lieut. L. C. Howell, adjutant of the 31st Mass. Infantry; while the 10th company was commanded by Capt. E. A. Fiske (30th Mass. Infantry), and had three Massachusetts lieutenants, N. K. Reed and T. B. Johnston (30th Mass.), with James Stewart (31st Mass.). In the 2d battal