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Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Massachusetts in the Army and Navy during the war of 1861-1865, vol. 1: prelminary narrative 8 0 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 2 0 Browse Search
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were Capts. John Murkland and H. P. Jorgenson (15th Mass.), Edwin Humphrey (11th Mass.), D. W. Roche, L. G. King and C. R. Johnson (16th Mass.), Lieuts. W. B. Mitchell (11th Mass.), E. G. Buss (15th Mass.), C. K. Knowles (22d Mass.), George F. BrowPittsburg landing Some military critics hold that the fate of the Confederacy was determined on the fields of Shiloh. (Johnson's Short History of the War of Secession, p. 143.) (April 6, 1862) was performed by Col. Everett Peabody of the 25th MissA year and a month later, the war was ended, Grant was the foremost soldier in the world and Lincoln was in his grave. (Johnson's Short History, p. 365.) The Massachusetts troops operating against Richmond, Va., under Lieutenant-General Grant (ead that any of Grant's lieutenants protested against it, as Longstreet protested against the attack on Cemetery Ridge. Johnson's Short History, p. 396. Other regiments losing valuable lives were the 7th, 10th, 11th, 13th, 15th, 18th, 19th, 20t
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 15. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Terry's Brigade, formerly John M. Jones's. (search)
illiams. Co. D. Sergeant Wm. T. Gray, John Beavans, Augustus A. White, Corporal Wm. T. Vaughan, Private John Ayers, S. Badger, Samuel Bradley, Bolin Branch, Geo. N. Branch, T. P. Devereux, J. D. Etheridge, Collin Gray, G. R. Gammond, Private H. Hopkins, H. B. Holmes, W. D. Lewis, G. W. Odom, Major Richards, Jas. Strickland, S. H. Strickland, W. A. Thomasson, B. Whitehead, Jas. Whitmore, J. R. Whitaker, W. H. Whitaker. Co. E. Sergeant O. A. Atkinson, C. R. Johnson, Corporal T. W. Owens, Private Wm. Bunting, Wiley Burress, Jesse Brown, D. C. Carr, Jonas W. Edwards, S. W. Edwards, J. F. Edwards, J. D. Everett, Private Lawrence Gay, Wiley Harrell, Marcus Hill, R. F. Johnson, Reddin Meares P. C. Taylor, T. F. Talbert, Jno. Whitley, Richard Watkins, Wm. Walston. Co. F. Private B. B. Bobbitt, Benj. F. Cullum, Solomon Drew, John Hawkins, Private M. J. Madden, Samuel Moore, James M. Pierce, W. R. Walston.