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Honey Hill (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 143
morning of the 19th. It served in the trenches during the siege and in strengthening the works after the surrender until January, 1864, when it formed part of the expedition to Florida under General Seymour, and took part with loss in the battle of Olustee, February 20. Returning to Morris Island April 18, it remained there during the summer and autumn. Eight companies, under Lieutenant-Colonel Hooper, forming part of the Coast Division, moved to Hilton Head in November, and engaged at Honey Hill and were in reserve at Deveaux Neck. It moved to Graham's Neck December 19 and to Pocotaligo in January, and, entering Charleston February 27, met there its two companies left behind at Morris Island. The regiment took part in an expedition into central South Carolina in April, 1865, meeting the enemy at Boykin's Mills on the 18th. Returning to Charleston in the early part of May, it served by detachments on guard and garrison duty in various parts of the State. It was mustered out of
James Island (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 143
tion of Maj. G. L. Stearns. Four companies having been mustered into service at Readville, March 30, three on April 23 and the remaining three May 13, the regiment left the State May 28, 1863, to join General Hunter's forces in the Department of the South. Reaching Hilton Head, S. C., June 3, it was ordered to Beaufort and afterward to St. Simon's Island, Ga., forming part of a brigade under Colonel Montgomery of the 2d S. C. Regiment. Returning to Hilton Head June 25, it was ordered to James Island in July, and took part in the action at Secessionville July 16. Reaching Morris Island at 6 o'clock on the evening of the 18th, it led that night the assault on Fort Wagner, planting its colors on the parapet, where Colonel Shaw fell at the head of the storming column, and the remnant of the regiment, under Captain Emilio (all of the field and many of the line officers being killed or wounded), were repulsed, but remained in an advanced position after the charge until relieved on the mor
Mount Pleasant, Henry County, Iowa (Iowa, United States) (search for this): chapter 143
a under General Seymour, and took part with loss in the battle of Olustee, February 20. Returning to Morris Island April 18, it remained there during the summer and autumn. Eight companies, under Lieutenant-Colonel Hooper, forming part of the Coast Division, moved to Hilton Head in November, and engaged at Honey Hill and were in reserve at Deveaux Neck. It moved to Graham's Neck December 19 and to Pocotaligo in January, and, entering Charleston February 27, met there its two companies left behind at Morris Island. The regiment took part in an expedition into central South Carolina in April, 1865, meeting the enemy at Boykin's Mills on the 18th. Returning to Charleston in the early part of May, it served by detachments on guard and garrison duty in various parts of the State. It was mustered out of service August 20, at Mount Pleasant, and, reaching Boston by detachments on the 26th and 28th, was discharged at Gallop's Island Sept. 1, and disbanded on Boston Common Sept. 2, 1865.
Pocotaligo (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 143
ks after the surrender until January, 1864, when it formed part of the expedition to Florida under General Seymour, and took part with loss in the battle of Olustee, February 20. Returning to Morris Island April 18, it remained there during the summer and autumn. Eight companies, under Lieutenant-Colonel Hooper, forming part of the Coast Division, moved to Hilton Head in November, and engaged at Honey Hill and were in reserve at Deveaux Neck. It moved to Graham's Neck December 19 and to Pocotaligo in January, and, entering Charleston February 27, met there its two companies left behind at Morris Island. The regiment took part in an expedition into central South Carolina in April, 1865, meeting the enemy at Boykin's Mills on the 18th. Returning to Charleston in the early part of May, it served by detachments on guard and garrison duty in various parts of the State. It was mustered out of service August 20, at Mount Pleasant, and, reaching Boston by detachments on the 26th and 28th
South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 143
a under General Seymour, and took part with loss in the battle of Olustee, February 20. Returning to Morris Island April 18, it remained there during the summer and autumn. Eight companies, under Lieutenant-Colonel Hooper, forming part of the Coast Division, moved to Hilton Head in November, and engaged at Honey Hill and were in reserve at Deveaux Neck. It moved to Graham's Neck December 19 and to Pocotaligo in January, and, entering Charleston February 27, met there its two companies left behind at Morris Island. The regiment took part in an expedition into central South Carolina in April, 1865, meeting the enemy at Boykin's Mills on the 18th. Returning to Charleston in the early part of May, it served by detachments on guard and garrison duty in various parts of the State. It was mustered out of service August 20, at Mount Pleasant, and, reaching Boston by detachments on the 26th and 28th, was discharged at Gallop's Island Sept. 1, and disbanded on Boston Common Sept. 2, 1865.
Gallop's Island (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): chapter 143
under General Seymour, and took part with loss in the battle of Olustee, February 20. Returning to Morris Island April 18, it remained there during the summer and autumn. Eight companies, under Lieutenant-Colonel Hooper, forming part of the Coast Division, moved to Hilton Head in November, and engaged at Honey Hill and were in reserve at Deveaux Neck. It moved to Graham's Neck December 19 and to Pocotaligo in January, and, entering Charleston February 27, met there its two companies left behind at Morris Island. The regiment took part in an expedition into central South Carolina in April, 1865, meeting the enemy at Boykin's Mills on the 18th. Returning to Charleston in the early part of May, it served by detachments on guard and garrison duty in various parts of the State. It was mustered out of service August 20, at Mount Pleasant, and, reaching Boston by detachments on the 26th and 28th, was discharged at Gallop's Island Sept. 1, and disbanded on Boston Common Sept. 2, 1865.
Beaufort, S. C. (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 143
btained through the efforts of a recruiting committee appointed by Governor Andrew, which drew its recruits from stations established from Boston to St. Louis, largely under the direction of Maj. G. L. Stearns. Four companies having been mustered into service at Readville, March 30, three on April 23 and the remaining three May 13, the regiment left the State May 28, 1863, to join General Hunter's forces in the Department of the South. Reaching Hilton Head, S. C., June 3, it was ordered to Beaufort and afterward to St. Simon's Island, Ga., forming part of a brigade under Colonel Montgomery of the 2d S. C. Regiment. Returning to Hilton Head June 25, it was ordered to James Island in July, and took part in the action at Secessionville July 16. Reaching Morris Island at 6 o'clock on the evening of the 18th, it led that night the assault on Fort Wagner, planting its colors on the parapet, where Colonel Shaw fell at the head of the storming column, and the remnant of the regiment, under
Secessionville (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 143
mustered into service at Readville, March 30, three on April 23 and the remaining three May 13, the regiment left the State May 28, 1863, to join General Hunter's forces in the Department of the South. Reaching Hilton Head, S. C., June 3, it was ordered to Beaufort and afterward to St. Simon's Island, Ga., forming part of a brigade under Colonel Montgomery of the 2d S. C. Regiment. Returning to Hilton Head June 25, it was ordered to James Island in July, and took part in the action at Secessionville July 16. Reaching Morris Island at 6 o'clock on the evening of the 18th, it led that night the assault on Fort Wagner, planting its colors on the parapet, where Colonel Shaw fell at the head of the storming column, and the remnant of the regiment, under Captain Emilio (all of the field and many of the line officers being killed or wounded), were repulsed, but remained in an advanced position after the charge until relieved on the morning of the 19th. It served in the trenches during th
Morris Island (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 143
2d S. C. Regiment. Returning to Hilton Head June 25, it was ordered to James Island in July, and took part in the action at Secessionville July 16. Reaching Morris Island at 6 o'clock on the evening of the 18th, it led that night the assault on Fort Wagner, planting its colors on the parapet, where Colonel Shaw fell at the head ary, 1864, when it formed part of the expedition to Florida under General Seymour, and took part with loss in the battle of Olustee, February 20. Returning to Morris Island April 18, it remained there during the summer and autumn. Eight companies, under Lieutenant-Colonel Hooper, forming part of the Coast Division, moved to Hiltoaux Neck. It moved to Graham's Neck December 19 and to Pocotaligo in January, and, entering Charleston February 27, met there its two companies left behind at Morris Island. The regiment took part in an expedition into central South Carolina in April, 1865, meeting the enemy at Boykin's Mills on the 18th. Returning to Charleston
Hilton Head (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): chapter 143
April 23 and the remaining three May 13, the regiment left the State May 28, 1863, to join General Hunter's forces in the Department of the South. Reaching Hilton Head, S. C., June 3, it was ordered to Beaufort and afterward to St. Simon's Island, Ga., forming part of a brigade under Colonel Montgomery of the 2d S. C. Regiment. Returning to Hilton Head June 25, it was ordered to James Island in July, and took part in the action at Secessionville July 16. Reaching Morris Island at 6 o'clock on the evening of the 18th, it led that night the assault on Fort Wagner, planting its colors on the parapet, where Colonel Shaw fell at the head of the storming columIsland April 18, it remained there during the summer and autumn. Eight companies, under Lieutenant-Colonel Hooper, forming part of the Coast Division, moved to Hilton Head in November, and engaged at Honey Hill and were in reserve at Deveaux Neck. It moved to Graham's Neck December 19 and to Pocotaligo in January, and, entering C
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