through the war, perched conspicuously on a staff beside the colors.
The principal losses of this regiment were: At Corinth
, 14 killed, 74 wounded,1
and 7 missing; and, at Nashville
, 7 killed and 55 wounded.2
It served, also, at Vicksburg
(then in the 3d Div., 15th A. C.), in the Red River campaign
, and in the final operations of the war at Fort Blakely
During the latter campaign it was in McArthur
's Division, Sixteenth Corps.
The 14th Infantry was also one of Wisconsin
's fighting regiments.
Among its casualties were: At Shiloh
, 16 killed, 74 wounded,3
and 3 missing; at Corinth
's Division, A. of T.), 27 killed, 50 wounded,4
and 21 missing; and, at Vicksburg
— assault of May 22d--14 killed, 79 wounded,5
and 4 missing. It fought under General A. J. Smith
(16th A. C.) in the Red River campaign
, the Tupelo Expedition
, land in the closing battles of the war around Mobile
The 24th Infantry, or “Milwaukee
regiment,” was engaged in considerable hot work.
losing during its term of service 111 killed and mortally wounded out of a total enrollment of 1,077, or over ten per cent. Its principal losses occurred: At Stone's River
, 19 killed, 57 wounded,6
and 98 missing; at Chickamauga
— in Sheridan
's Division--3 killed, 73 wounded,7
and 29 missing; at Missionary Ridge
, 3 killed and 26 wounded;8
and, on the