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Emilio, Luis F., History of the Fifty-Fourth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry , 1863-1865 1 1 Browse Search
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies 1 1 Browse Search
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones) 1 1 Browse Search
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316. Levee at Chickering Hall, 15. Lewis, J. F., 210. Lewis, Mr. and Mrs., 217. Lighthouse Inlet, S. C., 52, 68, 186, 187, 192, 193, 199, 215. Lincoln, Abraham, 1, 97, 148, 196, 233, 308. Lincoln, Mayor, 319. Line formation, 38, 75, 145, 164, 202, 286. Little, Edward H., 207. Little, George N., 207. Little, James L., 15. Little, John L., 207. Littlefield, Henry W., 34, 51, 133, 135, 164, 166, 196, 234, 276. Littlefield, M. S., 107, 117, 176. Lockwood, John B., 227. Long Island, S. C., 200. Loqueer, J. W., 12. Loring, C. G., 15. Loring, Mrs. William J., 16. Louisiana Troops. Infantry: Native Guards (Colored), 1. Loveridge, R. C., 168. Lowell, Charles R., Jr., 19. Lowell, John, 15. Lownde's plantation, 275. Loyalist, steamer, 309. Luck, John T., 99, 100, 101. Lynch, James, 50, 232. M. Mackay's Point, S. C., 258, 263. Mackey, Albert G., 283, 312. Magnolia Cemetery, 284, 310. Magrath, A. G., 264. Mahaska, gunboat, 177. Maine Troops. In
Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Harvard Memorial Biographies, 1863. (search)
e wrote home cheerful letters,—in some of them displaying a humor and keen wit which few knew him to possess. On leaving Boston his regiment went to Newbern, North Carolina, where it remained for a few days. It was then sent to take part in the attack on Charleston, and encamped on Folly Island, where he accompanied it. He there passed most of his remaining life, with the exception of a few months spent in an expedition to Florida, and a few when with his company he garrisoned Long Island, South Carolina. His descriptions of his life were very graphic and interesting, and he always seemed perfectly contented and happy. He wrote in one of his earliest letters to his college chum:— Your description of all you enjoyed during your vacation for a moment made me feel half sad, for it reminded me that I might have experienced similar pleasures if I had chosen . . . . Yet I would not change places with you for the world. I did not take the step I took without seriously weighing
Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 16. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), Index. (search)
143, 155, 165,68; killed, 191, 193. Letcher, Gov., John, 84. Lewis, Col., 114. Lewis, Hon. D. P., 275. Lexington, Va., in 1861, 37. Libby, Jr., Dr. Robert, 151. Libby Hill, monument, Richmond, 296. Lincoln, A., 320; on secession, 322, 433 Lindsay, Lt. A. J., 92. Lindsay, Lt. H. C., 92. Little Run Guards, 15. Live's Battery, 59 Logan, Lt., Calhoun, 116, 132. Logan, Col. John A., 77. Logwood, Col. T. H., 71,73. Lomax, Gen. L. L.,453. Long, Gen. A. L., 268. Long Island, S. C., 135. Longstreet, Gen James, 103, 108, 274. Lookout Mountain, Battle of, 386. Looney, Col., 303. Loring, Alonzo, 83. Loring, Gen. W. W.,89, 90. Lost Cause Vindicated, The, 232. Louisiana Troops, 448, 450. Lowery, Gen. M. P., Autobiography of, 365. Lloyd, Capt. E. W., 134, 183. Lucas, Maj. J. J., 177 Lucas, Maj. J. L., 120. Lyles, Capt. T. H., 20. Lyles, Capt W. B., 17. Lynch, Capt. J. P., 59, 60, 61, 62, 65; Battery of, 58; captured, 64, 66. Lynch, Commodore W.