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Queen City (Texas, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
0 9 -- 19 Sept. 7 Sachem Johnson Sabine Pass 7 Wounded not stated. -- 7 1864.               Feb. 1 Underwriter Westervelt Neuse River 9 20 19 48 April 26 Cricket Gorringe Red River 12 19 -- More than half the crew.31 April 26 Hindman Pearce Red River 3 5 -- 8 April 26 Juliet Shaw Red River -- -- -- 15 May 13 Covington Lord Red River -- -- -- 44 May 31 Water Witch Pendergrast Ogeechee River 2 12 -- 14 June 19 Kearsarge Winslow Cherbourg 1 2 -- 3 June 24 Queen City Goudy White River 2 8 -- 10 June 24 Tyler Bache White River 3 15 -- 18 June 24 Naumkeag Rogers White River June 24 Fawn Grove White River Aug. 5 Hartford Farragut's flag-ship. Drayton Mobile Bay 25 28 -- 53 Aug. 5 Brooklyn Alden Mobile Bay 11 43 -- 54 Aug. 5 Lackawanna Marchand Mobile Bay 4 35 -- 39 Aug. 5 Oneida Mullany Mobile Bay 8 30 -- 38 Aug. 5 Monongahela Strong Mobile Bay -- 6 -- 6 Aug. 5 Metacomet Jouett Mobile Bay 1 2 -- 3 Aug. 5 Ossipee Le Roy Mob
John's Island, S. C. (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
Ram, Arkansas. 1 2 -- 3 July 15 Sciota Lowry Vicksburg Ram, Arkansas. -- 2 -- 2 July 15 Richmond Alden Vicksburg Ram, Arkansas. -- 2 -- 2 Oct. 3 Commodore Perry Flusser Blackwater 2 11 -- 13 Dec. 27 Benton Gwin Drumgold's Bluff 2 8 -- 10 1863.               Jan. 1 Fleet Renshaw Galveston -- -- -- 150 Jan. 10 Louisville Owen Arkansas Post 6 25 -- 31 Jan. 10 De Kalb Walker Arkansas Post Jan. 11 Hatteras Blake Alabama 2 5 -- 7 Jan. 30 Isaac Smith Conover John's Island 8 17 -- 25 Feb. 24 Indianola Brown New Carthage 1 1 7 9 Mch. 14 Hartford Palmer Port Hudson 1 2 1 4 Mch. 14 Richmond Alden Port Hudson 3 12 -- 15 Mch. 14 Genesee Macomb Port Hudson Mch. 14 Monongahela McKinstry Port Hudson 6 21 -- 27 Mch. 14 Mississippi Smith Port Hudson 25 39 -- Includes some missing ones; the vessel was blown up.64 Mch. 19 Hartford Palmer Grand Gulf 2 6 -- 8 Mch. 19 Albatross Hart Grand Gulf Mch. 11 Chillicothe Foster Fort Pembert
Buena Vista (Illinois, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
2 -- 2 Oct. 3 Commodore Perry Flusser Blackwater 2 11 -- 13 Dec. 27 Benton Gwin Drumgold's Bluff 2 8 -- 10 1863.               Jan. 1 Fleet Renshaw Galveston -- -- -- 150 Jan. 10 Louisville Owen Arkansas Post 6 25 -- 31 Jan. 10 De Kalb Walker Arkansas Post Jan. 11 Hatteras Blake Alabama 2 5 -- 7 Jan. 30 Isaac Smith Conover John's Island 8 17 -- 25 Feb. 24 Indianola Brown New Carthage 1 1 7 9 Mch. 14 Hartford Palmer Port Hudson 1 2 1 4 Mch. 14 Richmond Alden Po ones; the vessel was blown up.64 Mch. 19 Hartford Palmer Grand Gulf 2 6 -- 8 Mch. 19 Albatross Hart Grand Gulf Mch. 11 Chillicothe Foster Fort Pemberton 2 11 -- 13 Mch. 16 Chillicothe Foster Fort Pemberton 4 16 -- 20 Mch. 16 De Kalb Walker Fort Pemberton 3 3 -- 6 April 16 Fleet Porter Vicksburg -- 13 -- 13 April 29 Benton Greer Grand Gulf 9 19 -- 28 April 29 Tuscumbia Shirk Grand Gulf 6 24 -- 30 April 29 Pittsburg Hoel Grand Gulf 6 13 -- 19 April 29 Lafayette
Maryland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
Delaware 383 499 882 7,888 4.8 6.3 11.1 Maryland 909 2,073 2,982 24,954 3.6 8.3 11.9 West V6 Delaware 356 75 21 47 4.5 0.9 0.3 0.6 Maryland 1,160 647 98 168 4.6 2.6 0.4 0.7 West Virg27 120 1,156 Delaware 3   1 1   1 11 30 Maryland 8   4 10 1 1 48 96 West Virginia 7   6 2 15 Maine 64,973 5,030 104   70,107 9,398 Maryland 33,995 3,925 8,718   46,638 2,982 MassachuDelaware 13,935 12,284 1,386 13,670 10,322 Maryland 70,965 46,638 3,678 50,316 41,275 West VirMaine 54,665 44.7 Rhode Island 15,566 43.8 Maryland 28,879 28.1 Vermont 26,974 44.5 Massachuses, which do not enter into this calculation. Maryland and Missouri also supplied the army with a la Maine 70,107 2,007 72,114 122,238 58.9 Maryland 46,638 3,678 50,316 102,715 48.9 Massachusthe dark and bloody battle ground of history; Maryland remained steadfast, and her fields resounded draft. The slave-holding States of Delaware, Maryland, West Virginia, District of Columbia, Kentuck<
Colorado (Colorado, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
11.4 15.8 District of Columbia 41 249 290 6,546 0.6 3.8 4.4 Colorado 153 170 323 3,697 4.1 4.6 8.7 California 108 465 573 15,725 0.7.2 0.6 0.7 District of Columbia 150 44 10 45 2.3 0.7 0.1 0.7 Colorado 120   25 25 3.2   0.7 0.7 California 344   62 59 2.2   0.3 0.4 sas 8 11 3 4 2 1 28 58 District of Columbia     4     1 6 34 Colorado 2 1 1 2   1 10 8 California 10   8 4     21 16 New Mexico 13s 8,289       8,289 1,713 California 15,725       15,725 573 Colorado 4,903       4,903 323 Connecticut 51,937 2,163 1,764   55,864 5hey were recruited as follows: in Alabama, 4,969; Arkansas, 5,526; Colorado, 95; Florida, 1,044; Georgia, 3,486; Louisiana, 24,052; Mississipphey were recruited as follows: in Alabama, 4,969; Arkansas, 5,526; Colorado, 95; Florida, 1,044; Georgia, 3,486; Louisiana, 24,052; Mississipped. Wounded. Missing. Aggregate. 1861               Sept. 14 Colorado Russell Pensacola 3 9 -- 12 Nov. 7 Fleet
Mound City (Illinois, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
7 147 -- 184 April 24 Iroquois Included, also, in the loss of the fleet. De Camp New Orleans 8 24 -- 32 April 24 Richmond Included, also, in the loss of the fleet. Alden New Orleans 2 4 -- 6 April 24 Winona Included, also, in the loss of the fleet. Nichols New Orleans 3 5 -- 8 April 24 Pinola Included, also, in the loss of the fleet. Crosby New Orleans 3 8 -- 11 May 15 Galena Rodgers Drewry's Bluff 13 11 -- 24 June 6 Flotilla Davis Memphis -- 3 -- 3 June 17 Mound City Kilty White River -- -- -- 125 June 28 Fleet Farragut Vicksburg 15 30 -- 45 July 15 Carondelet Walke Vicksburg Ram, Arkansas. 4 10 -- 14 July 15 Tyler Gwin Vicksburg Ram, Arkansas. 8 16 -- 24 July 15 Hartford Wainwright Vicksburg Ram, Arkansas. 3 6 -- 9 July 15 Wissahickon De Camp Vicksburg Ram, Arkansas. 1 4 -- 5 July 15 Winona Nichols Vicksburg Ram, Arkansas. 1 2 -- 3 July 15 Sciota Lowry Vicksburg Ram, Arkansas. -- 2 -- 2 July 15 Richmond Alden
Ogeechee (Georgia, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
ly 7 Monongahela Read Mississippi 2 4 -- 6 Sept. 7 Clifton Crocker Sabine Pass 10 9 -- 19 Sept. 7 Sachem Johnson Sabine Pass 7 Wounded not stated. -- 7 1864.               Feb. 1 Underwriter Westervelt Neuse River 9 20 19 48 April 26 Cricket Gorringe Red River 12 19 -- More than half the crew.31 April 26 Hindman Pearce Red River 3 5 -- 8 April 26 Juliet Shaw Red River -- -- -- 15 May 13 Covington Lord Red River -- -- -- 44 May 31 Water Witch Pendergrast Ogeechee River 2 12 -- 14 June 19 Kearsarge Winslow Cherbourg 1 2 -- 3 June 24 Queen City Goudy White River 2 8 -- 10 June 24 Tyler Bache White River 3 15 -- 18 June 24 Naumkeag Rogers White River June 24 Fawn Grove White River Aug. 5 Hartford Farragut's flag-ship. Drayton Mobile Bay 25 28 -- 53 Aug. 5 Brooklyn Alden Mobile Bay 11 43 -- 54 Aug. 5 Lackawanna Marchand Mobile Bay 4 35 -- 39 Aug. 5 Oneida Mullany Mobile Bay 8 30 -- 38 Aug. 5 Monongahela Strong Mobile Bay --
United States (United States) (search for this): chapter 14
6 25 13 52 1 32 86 Penitent Rebels; six regiments, organized from the prison-camps at Point Lookout, Rock Island, Alton, Camp Douglas, and Columbus, and composed of Confederate prisoners who took the oath of allegiance and enlisted in the United States service.3,306 Veteran Reserves 15   11 1   5 47 11 Hancock's Corps 1   2     1 5   United States Sharpshooters     1       2 8 United States Volunteer Infantry Penitent Rebels; six regiments, organized from the prison-camps at Point Lookout, Rock Island, Alton, Camp Douglas, and Columbus, and composed of Confederate prisoners who took the oath of allegiance and enlisted in the United States service. 5   1 2     6 4 Generals and Staffs             1   Miscellaneous, Brigade Bands, &c.       1       12 Regular Army 16 1 27 6   7 63 106 Totals 520 104 391 267 64 313 2,034 12,121 In Table B, Column I, it is shown that 199,720 died from disease alone, in camps, hospitals, or at home.
New Hampshire (New Hampshire, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
VII. Maine 3,184 6,214 9,398 49,635 6.4 12.5 18.9 New Hampshire 1,903 2,979 4,882 29,150 6.5 10.2 16.7 Vermont 1,809 percentage of deaths in battle credited to Vermont and New Hampshire, one cannot help but trace a connection with the hard aI. VIII. Maine 5,257 541 118 298 10.5 1.1 0.2 0.6 New Hampshire 2,427 294 76 182 8.3 1.0 0.3 0.6 Vermont 2,597 486 7 IV. V. VI. VII. VIII. Maine 13   5 5   16 17 242 New Hampshire 4   3 17   8 18 132 Vermont 3   10 4 8 12 23 202 3,157       3,157 239 Nevada 1,080       1,080 33 New Hampshire 32,930 882 125   33,937 4,882 New Jersey 67,500 8,12I. IV. V. Maine 73,587 70,107 2,007 72,114 56,776 New Hampshire 35,897 33,937 692 34,629 30,849 Vermont 32,074 33,28,982 43.6 Missouri 78,186 33.5 Illinois 212.267 56.6 New Hampshire 30,032 47.2 Indiana 151,255 57.0 New Jersey 52,527 3,226 60.7 Missouri 109,111   109,111 232,781 46.8 New Hampshire 33,937 692 34,629 63,610 54.4 New Jersey 76,81
Cumberland (Maryland, United States) (search for this): chapter 14
3 9 -- 12 Nov. 7 Fleet Dupont Port Royal 8 23 -- 31 Nov. 7 Tyler Walke Belmont 1 2 -- 3 1862               Feb. 2 Essex Porter (W. D.) Fort Henry 7 20 5 32 Feb. 2 Cincinnati Stembel Fort Henry 1 7 -- 8 Feb. 8 Fleet Goldsborough Roanoke Island 6 17 -- 23 Feb. 15 St. Louis Paulding Fort Donelson 2 8 -- 10 Feb. 15 Louisville Dove Fort Donelson 4 5 -- 9 Feb. 15 Pittsburg Thompson Fort Donelson -- 2 -- 2 Feb. 15 Carondelet Walke Fort Donelson 4 31 -- 35 Mch. 8 Cumberland Morris Hampton Roads -- -- -- 121 Mch. 8 Congress Smith Hampton Roads -- -- -- 129 Mch. 14 Fleet Rowan New Berne 2 11 -- 13 April 24 Fleet Farragut New Orleans 37 147 -- 184 April 24 Iroquois Included, also, in the loss of the fleet. De Camp New Orleans 8 24 -- 32 April 24 Richmond Included, also, in the loss of the fleet. Alden New Orleans 2 4 -- 6 April 24 Winona Included, also, in the loss of the fleet. Nichols New Orleans 3 5 -- 8 April 24 Pinola Incl
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