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Emilio, Luis F., History of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry , 1863-1865, Chapter 5: the greater assault on Wagner. (search)
the last time socially; before another day three were dead, and three wounded who never returned. Captain Simpkins, whose manly appearance and clear-cut features were so pleasing to look upon, was, as always, quiet and dignified; Captain Russel was voluble and active as ever, despite all fatigue. Neither appeared to have any premonition of their fate. It was different with Colonel Shaw, who again expressed to Lieutenant-Colonel Hallowell his apprehension of speedy death. Running up Folly River, the steamer arrived at Pawnee Landing, where, at 9 A. M., the Fifty-fourth disembarked. Crossing the island through woods, the camps of several regiments were passed, from which soldiers ran out, shouting, Well done! we heard your guns! Others cried, Hurrah, boys! you saved the Tenth Connecticut! Leaving the timber, the Fifty-fourth came to the sea beach, where marching was easier. Stretching away to the horizon, on the right, was the Atlantic; to the left, sand hillocks, with pine
Chapter 9: Morris Island. Our voyage from Florida terminated at Stono Inlet on the morning of April 18. The steamer thence proceeded up Folly River, but running aground, the leftwing companies were transferred to the steamer Canonicus. Disembarking at Pawnee Landing about 3 P. M., the Fifty-fourth at once marched to Lighthouse Inlet in a heavy rain-storm, and there crossed on a large flat boat to Morris Island. Shelter for the night was provided in the ordnance building for the men, the officers finding accommodations with friends. That evening Captain Emilio was ordered to command the outpost of Black Island with Companies C, E, and H, as the garrison. Camp was established where the receding sand-hills formed a sort of natural amphitheatre, at a point about a mile up the beach, near the signal hill. There the regiment remained during its continuance on Morris Island. A company was sent to Fort Wagner that evening, and the next day suffered the loss of one man, killed by
Flags of regiment, 24, 25, 73, 77, 81, 84, 89, 131, 166, 202, 248. Fletcher, Francis H., 13. Flore, blockade runner, steamer, 233. Florence, S. C., 289. Florence National Cemetery, 305. Florence Prison, 97. Florida, 148, 184, 185, 186. Florida Expedition, 148, 150, 156. Florida House, 178. Florida Troops. Cavalry: Second, 154, 155. Infantry: Second Battalion, 161. Sixth Battalion, 161,165. Folly Island, S. C., 48, 51, 52, 65, 108, 110, 134, 141, 146, 197, 199, 221, 234. Folly River, 67, 186. Forbes, John M., 11. Foster, John G., 193, 194, 195, 196, 199, 208, 211, 213, 217, 218, 230, 236, 238, 253, 261, 262, 270, 272, 274. Foster, R. M., 247, 249. Foster, R. S., 175. Foundering of the Weehawken, 140. Four Hole Swamp, S. C., 275. Four Mile House, S. C., 285. Fox, Charles B., 191, 200, 243. Framton Creek, S. C., 263, 266. Fraser, steamer, 200, 237, 238. Frederica, Ga., 45. Freeman, Edgar A., 304. Fribley, Charles W., 161. Fulton Post Office, S.