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Vermont (Vermont, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
Hilary A. Herbert Late Colonel, Eighth Alabama Infantry, Confederate States Army, and late Secretary of the Navy of the United States Men of the famous Vermont brigade, all from the one state, which suffered more heavily than any other Federal brigade during the war—within a week at the Wilderness and Spotsylvania, it lohigan Cavalry brigade Peter Stagg originally Colonel of the 1st Michigan Cavalry. Harker's brigade Luther P. Bradley originally Colonel of the 51st Illinois. Vermont brigade Lewis A. Grant originally Colonel of the 5th Vermont. First New Jersey brigade William H. Penrose originally Colonel of the 15th New Jersey. Iowa brig035,475 Oregon1,8101,81045 Pennsylvania315,01714,3078,612337,93633,183 Rhode Island19,5211,8781,83723,2361,321 Tennessee31,09231,0928,777 Texas1,9651,965151 Vermont32,54961912033,2885,224 Virginia42 Washington Territory96413396422 West Virginia31,87219632,0684,017 Wisconsin91,02916591,32712,301 Indian Nations3,5303,5301,
Iuka (Mississippi, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
Wm. Y. slack Pea Ridge March 8, 1862. Adley H. Gladden, Shiloh April 11, 1862. Robert Hatton, Fair Oaks June 1, 1862. Richard Griffith, Savage Station June 30, 1862. George B. Anderson, Antietam October 6, 1862. Lewis Henry little, Iuka September 19, 1862. O. B. Branch, Antietam September 17, 1862. Turner Ashby, Harrisburg June 6, 1862. William E. Starke, Antietam September 17, 1862. James McIntosh, Pea Ridge March 17, 1862. Charles S. Winder, Cedar Mountain, August 9 Louisiana lost 25 killed and 86 wounded. At Richmond, Ky., the 2d Tennessee lost 17 killed and 95 wounded. At Antietam, or Sharpsburg, the 13th Georgia lost 48 killed and 169 wounded; the 48th North Carolina lost 31 killed and 186 wounded. At Iuka, Miss., the 3d Texas, dismounted cavalry, lost 22 killed and 74 wounded. At Corinth, Miss., the casualties of the 35th Mississippi were 32 killed and 110 wounded, and of the 6th Missouri, 31 were killed and 130 wounded. At Chaplin Hills, Ky., from th
Napoleon (Ohio, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
carnage in a particular command in this battle or that does not with accuracy indicate steadfast bravery. Such statistics, however, as all military experts agree, do tell a graphic story, when exceptional instances are not selected. Colonel Dodge, in his Bird's-eye view of our Civil War, exhibits statistics showing the percentage of losses in the most notable battles fought since 1745, and from them deduces this conclusion, It thus appears that in ability to stand heavy pounding, since Napoleon's Waterloo campaign, the American has shown himself preeminent. Colonel Dodge would have been justified in going much further. Waterloo itself, the most famous of the world's battles, does not show such fighting as Americans did at Sharpsburg (Antietam), Gettysburg, or Chickamauga. In Stonewall Jackson and the American Civil War, by Lieutenant-Colonel G. F. R. Henderson, a British military expert, is a complete list of killed and wounded in great battles from 1704 to 1882, inclusive.
South Dakota (South Dakota, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
October 19, 1864. W. H. T. Walker, Atlanta July 22, 1864. Patrick R. Cleburne, Franklin November 30, 1864. Robert E. Rodes, Opequon September 19, 1864. Summary of Union troops furnished by the several States and Territories States and TerritoriesWhite TroopsSailors and MarinesColored TroopsIndian NationsAggregateTotal Deaths, All Causes Alabama2,5782,578345 Arkansas8,2898,2891,713 California15,72515,725573 Colorado4,9034,903323 Connecticut51,9372,1631,78455,8645,354 Dakota2062066 Delaware11,2369495412,284882 District of Columbia11,9121,3533,26916,534290 Florida1,2901,990215 Georgia15 Illinois255,0572,2241,811259,09234,834 Indiana193,7481,0781,537196,36326,672 Iowa75,797544076,24213,001 Kansas18,0692,08020,1492,630 Kentucky51,74331423,70375,76010,774 Louisiana5,2245,224945 Maine64,9735,03010470,1079,398 Maryland33,9953,9258,71846,6382,982 Massachusetts122,78119,9832,966146,73013,942 Michigan85,4794981,38787,36414,753 Minnesota23,913310424,0202,58
Louisiana (Louisiana, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
0572,2241,811259,09234,834 Indiana193,7481,0781,537196,36326,672 Iowa75,797544076,24213,001 Kansas18,0692,08020,1492,630 Kentucky51,74331423,70375,76010,774 Louisiana5,2245,224945 Maine64,9735,03010470,1079,398 Maryland33,9953,9258,71846,6382,982 Massachusetts122,78119,9832,966146,73013,942 Michigan85,4794981,38787,36414,7ia1725,3815,5531401,5791,7191073,5953,702 Florida4774679316490506171,0301,047 Alabama1453855291811908716724 Mississippi1225,6855,807752,5762,6511036,7046,807 Louisiana702,5482,61842826868323,0273,059 Texas281,3201,348131,2281,241101,2501,260 Arkansas1042,0612,16527888915743,7083,782 Tennessee992,0162,11549825874723,3533,425 iesRegimentsLegionsBattalionsCompaniesRegimentsBattalionsCompanies Alabama5518461810217 Arkansas42142454216 Florida9116236115 Georgia673149721 Kentucky9111 Louisiana332231385319 Mississippi532151419 Missouri307 North Carolina741124612229 South Carolina53314877133325 Tennessee7824101117135 Texas35141433815224 Virginia99
Nevada (Nevada, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
Florida1,2901,990215 Georgia15 Illinois255,0572,2241,811259,09234,834 Indiana193,7481,0781,537196,36326,672 Iowa75,797544076,24213,001 Kansas18,0692,08020,1492,630 Kentucky51,74331423,70375,76010,774 Louisiana5,2245,224945 Maine64,9735,03010470,1079,398 Maryland33,9953,9258,71846,6382,982 Massachusetts122,78119,9832,966146,73013,942 Michigan85,4794981,38787,36414,753 Minnesota23,913310424,0202,584 Mississippi54554578 Missouri100,6161518,344109,11113,885 Nebraska3,1573,157239 Nevada1,0801,08033 New Hampshire32,93088212533,9374,882 New Jersey67,5008,1291,18576,8145,754 New Mexico6,5616,561277 New York409,56135,1644,125448,85046,534 North Carolina3,1563,156360 Ohio304,8143,2745,092313,18035,475 Oregon1,8101,81045 Pennsylvania315,01714,3078,612337,93633,183 Rhode Island19,5211,8781,83723,2361,321 Tennessee31,09231,0928,777 Texas1,9651,965151 Vermont32,54961912033,2885,224 Virginia42 Washington Territory96413396422 West Virginia31,87219632,0684,017 Wisconsin
Post, Ark. (Arkansas, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
3251,5608002,685 Antietam, or Sharpsburg, Md., Sept. 16-17, 18622,1089,54975312,3902,7009,0241,80013,524 Corinth, Miss., Oct. 3-4, 18623551,8413242,5204731,9971,7634,233 Perryville, Ky., Oct. 8, 18628452,8515154,2115102,6352513,396 Prairie Grove, Ark., Dec. 7, 18621758132631,2511648173361,317 Fredericksburg, Va., Dec. 13, 18621,2849,6001,76912,6535954,0616535,309 Stone's River, or Murfreesboro, Tenn., Dec. 31, 1862, and Jan. 2, 18631,6777,5433,68612,9061,2947,9452,47611,715 Arkansas Post, Ark., Jan. 11, 1863134898291,06128814,7914,900 Chancellorsville and Fredericksburg, Va., May 1-4, 18631,5759,5945,67616,7921,6659,0812,01812,764 Confederate generals killed in battle--no. 1: army and corps commanders General Albert Sidney Johnson Shiloh April 6, 1862. Lieut.-General Leonidas Polk, Pine Mountain, June 14, 1864. Lieut.-General Ambrose Powell Hill, Petersburg, April 2, 1865. Continued from page 142 Union ArmyCONFEDERATE Army KilledWoundedMissingTotalKille
Bull Run, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
r of the armies suffered at any time any such signal defeat as would account for very heavy losses. The First Manassas (Bull Run) is no exception to this. The Confederates did not follow, and their losses in killed and wounded were heavier than thounteers of the Army of the Potomac, 1864, writes as follows: the American volunteer who had survived such battles as Bull Run, Shiloh, Antietam, and the Seven Days fighting around Richmond, was probably such a soldier as the world had never seen records, U. S. War Department Union ArmyConfederate Army KilledWoundedMissingTotalKilledWoundedMissingTotal Bull Run, Va., July 21, 18614811,0111,2162,7083871,582121,981 Wilson's Creek, Mo., Aug. 10, 18612237212911,235257900271,184 Fort engaged; total casualties at Gettysburg were 224.262 82.0 141st PennsylvaniaGettysburg251032114919875.7 101st New YorkBull Run61011712416873.8 25th MassachusettsCold Harbor531392822031070.0 36th Wisconsin (4 Cos.)Bethesda Church201083816624069.0
Glendale, Va. (Virginia, United States) (search for this): chapter 6
s' Mill, Va., June 27, 18628943,1072,8366,8378,751 Peach Orchard, Savage Station, Va., June 29, 1862White Oak Swamp, Glendale, Va., June 30, 1862Malvern Hill, Va., July 1, 18627244,2453,0678,0368,6028759,477 Seven Days, Va., June 25–July 1, 18621,21 killed and 122 wounded. The 20th North Carolina lost, at Gaines' Mill, 70 killed and 202 wounded. At Gaines' Mill and Glendale the 14th Alabama lost 71 killed and 253 wounded, the 19th Mississippi 58 killed and 264 wounded, the 14th Louisiana 51 k 8th TennesseeStone's RiverCheatham's4444126568.2 10th TennesseeChickamaugaJohnson's3284418068.0 Palmetto SharpshootersGlendaleLongstreet's3753921567.7 17th South CarolinaManassasEvans'28425164166.9 23d South CarolinaManassasEvans'2252712266.2 43062213651.6 6th South CarolinaFair OaksD. H. Hill's5218818151.6 15th GeorgiaGettysburgHood's3351915251.0 11th AlabamaGlendaleLongstreet's357491211150.7 17th GeorgiaManassasHood's200109150.5 3d North CarolinaGettysburgJohnson's3122912750.0 4th
Malplaquet (France) (search for this): chapter 6
865. Daniel D. Bidwell, Cedar Creek October 19, 1864. Casualties in great European battles Compiled from Henderson's Stonewall Jackson and the American Civil War list of killed and wounded (excluding prisoners) the victorious side is given first in each case BattleNumber of troopskilled and woundedTotalTotal PercentagePercentage of victor Blenheim, 1704Allies, 56,00011,00031,0002619 French, 60,00020,000 Oudenarde, 1708Allies, 85,00010,00020,0001111 French, 85,00010,000 Malplaquet, 1709Allies, 100,00014,00034,0001714 French, 100,00020,000 Prague, 1757Prussians, 64,00012,00022,0001718 Austrians, 60,00010,000 Zorndorf, 1758Prussians, 32,76012,00032,0003837 Russians, 52,00020,000 Kunnersdorf, 1759Allies, 70,00014,00031,0002720 Prussians, 43,00017,000 Torgau, 1760Prussians, 46,00012,00024,0002226 Austrians, 60,00012,000 Austerlitz, 1805French, 65,0009,00025,0001613 Allies, 83,00016,000 Eylau, 1807French, 70,00020,00042,0003328 Russians, 63,50022,000 Heilsb
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