3 edition of The Thirty-fourth Iowa Regiment found in the catalog.
The Thirty-fourth Iowa Regiment
United States. Army. Iowa Infantry Regiment, 34th (1862-1865)
|LC Classifications||Microfilm 87/7199 (E) |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||59 p. ; 17 cm.|
|Number of Pages||59|
|LC Control Number||87178819|
The regiment arrived at this location on Novem , and officials consolidated the th Regiment Ohio Volunteer Infantry with the th. This new organization kept the name of the th. On December 6, , the regiment departed for Morganza, Louisiana, arriving on December 8. Excerpt from Roster and Record of Iowa Soldiers in Miscellaneous Organizations of the Mexican War, Indian Campaigns, War of the Rebellion, and the Spanish-American and Philippine Wars, Vol. 6: Together With Historical Sketches of Volunteer Organizations; Miscellaneous Introduction Explanatory Introduction to Vol. VI - General Summary of Work.
The Story of a Cavalry Regiment: The Career of the Fourth Iowa Veteran Volunteers from Kansas to Georgia (New York, NY: G. P. Putnam's Sons, ). Selfridge, Tomas O. Memoirs of Thomas O Selfridge, Jr., Rear Admiral, U.S.N., with an Introduction by Captain Dudley W. Knox. Clark, James Samuel. The Thirty Fourth Iowa - A Brief History, pdf Clark, Olynthus B. Downings Civil War Diary, pdf Clark, Orton S. The One Hundred and Sixteenth Regiment of New York State Volunteers, pdf Clark, Walter. Histories of Several Regiments and Battalions from North Carolina in the Great War , Vol. 2, pdfFile Size: KB.
Thirty-fourth Infantry ( Days, ) 49 One Hundred Thirty-fifth Infantry ( Days, ) through One Hundred Fortieth Infantry One Hundred Forty-second Infantry through One Hundred Fifty-sixth Infantry Capt. Keasby's Independent Co., Infantry (30 Days, ) Capt. Monroe's Independent Co., Legion, Infantry (30 Days, )File Size: 51KB. The following list is a Bibliography of American Civil War Union military unit histories. More details on each book are available at WorldCat.. For an overall national view see Bibliography of the American Civil histories of the Confederacy see Bibliography of American Civil War Confederate military unit histories.. For a guide to the bibliography see.
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The Thirty-fourth Iowa Regiment Item Preview remove-circle Internet Archive Contributor Allen County Public Library Genealogy Center Language English "Memorandum" signed: J.S. Clark, historian of the regiment 16 Notes. No table of contents. This book is a photocopy. Addeddate Bookplateleaf Call number Pages: Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building The Thirty-fourth Iowa Regiment book a web page for every book ever published.
The Thirty-fourth Iowa Regiment by Iowa Infantry. 34th Regiment, ; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: 34th, History, Iowa Infantry, Regimental histories, United States Civil War, ; Places: United States. On the 12th day of September,by order of Maj.
Gen. Canby, commanding the mil- itary division of the west Mississippi, the Thirty- Fourth and Thirty- Eighth Iowa were The Thirty-fourth Iowa Regiment book, making a full regiment of about a thousand men, one of the finest.
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By J. Clark. 59 pages. HIGGINSON BOOK COMPANY, LLC P.O. Box 10 Colonial Rd. Ste. Salem, MA Phone: to our civil war pages Although, I do not have any evidence of any of my direct ancestors having served in the Civil War, I do have some very distant "cousins" that did serve.
This site is dedicated to them and to the men who served in the Thirty-fourth Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry. Thirty-Fourth Iowa Volunteer Infanry: Thirty-Fourth Iowa Consolidated Battalion: Thirty-Fourth & Thirty-Eighth Regiments Consolidated: Thirty-Fifth Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry: Thirty-Sixth Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry: Thirty-Seventh Regiment Iowa Volunteer Infantry: Each book is printed and bound as it is ordered.
THE THIRTY-FOURTH IOWA REGIMENT (Hardcover) By J. Clark. 59 pages. CWIA34IH. 39 3rd Infantry IA - RECOLLECTIONS WITH THE THIRD IOWA REGIMENT. By Lieut. S.D. Thompson. Cincinnati, OH. Major Stone had been exchanged, and had resigned to accept promotion as Colonel of the Twenty-second Iowa, and Quartermaster Geo.
Clark had resigned Jto accept promotion as Colonel of the Thirty-fourth Iowa. The regiment remained in Memphis until September 6, The Fourth and Fifth Divisions were now about to separate. Gen. The companies composing the Thirtieth Regiment of Iowa Infantry were ordered into quarters at Camp Lincoln, near Keokuk, Iowa, between the dates August 15 and September 2, The regiment was mustered into the service of the United States on Septemby Lieutenant Charles J.
Ball, of the Regular Army. Get this from a library. History of the Thirty-fourth Regiment of Illinois Volunteer Infantry: September 7, [to] J [Edwin W Payne]. History of the recruitment, organization, and service record of the 77th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment.
Listing of every battle and skirmish. Organized and mustered in at Pittsburg on Octo ; mustered out December 6, Recruitment for the regiment took place in Franklin, Cumberland, Allegheny, Lancaster, Huntingdon, Blair, Fulton, and Luzerne Counties. The official reports of the Adjutant General of Iowa show that Company A, of the Twenty-first Regiment of Infantry, was ordered into quarters at Clinton, on the 23d day of May,and that it was there mustered into the service of the United States on the 4th day of June,while the other nine companies of the regiment were ordered into quarters at Dubuque, Iowa, on dates ranging from.
National flag, Ninth infantry; extract from history of regiment: "On the 22d of May () in line with the whole army of the Tennessee the regiment went first up to the assault.
Its colors went down a few feet from the rebel works after the last one of its guard had fallen, either killed or wounded, and its dripping folds were drawn thence. The Thirty-fourth Iowa Regiment Coakl: The War of the American Revolution, Narrative, Chronology, and Bibliography: Coakley, Robert W.
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A brief history of the Thirty-fourth regiment, N. V.: embracing a complete roster of all officers and men and a full account of the dedication of the monument on the battlefield of Antietam, Septem by Louis N.
Chapin - () - pages/5(14). The th Infantry Regiment ("Second Michigan") is a United States military unit of the Michigan Army National th was originally an infantry regiment, then was converted into an armoured role, and then was converted to a light cavalry reconnaissance unit, with subordinate units stationed in Cadillac, Wyoming, Dowagiac, and was converted back to an infantry unit in Allegiance: Michigan.
Get this from a library. The Civil War diary of Cyrus F. Boyd, Fifteenth Iowa Infantry, [Cyrus F Boyd; Mildred Throne; Frank and Virginia Williams Collection of Lincolniana (Mississippi State University. Libraries)] -- A native of Warren County, Iowa, Cyrus F.
Boyd served a year and a half as an orderly sergeant with the Fifteenth Iowa Infantry before becoming first lieutenant in. Iowa Colonels and Regiments: being a history of Iowa regiments in the war of the rebellion; and containing a description of the battles in which they have fought () - Stuart, Addison A - pages.
First Reunion, Twenty-second Iowa regiment, at Iowa City, Sept. 22 and 23 () - 23 pagesSeller Rating: % positive. The Civil War Diary Of Cyrus F.
Boyd, Fifteenth Iowa Infantry, [Illustrated Edition] - Ebook written by Lieut. Cyrus F. Boyd. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Civil War Diary Of Cyrus F. Boyd, Fifteenth Iowa Infantry, [Illustrated Edition].4/5(2). Thirty-fourth Iowa Infantry, August 22nd,and in he was promoted to be Surgeon of the regiment.
He was Division Surgeon with the late Major General Steel, and also with Major General C. Andrews, with whom he was always on the most intimate terms. Original data: Official roster of the soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion,Vols.
Akron and Cincinnati: A brief history of the Thirty-Fourth Regiment, N.Y.S.V.: embracing a complete roster of all officers and men and a full account of the dedication of the monument on the battlefield of Antietam, Septem (Bethesda, Maryland: University Publications of America, c) FHL Fiche He was commissioned first lieutenant and on the organization of the regiment was appointed quartermaster, serving in that position until September 1,when he was appointed colonel of the Thirty-fourth Iowa Infantry.
He commanded the regiment in the battles of Chickasaw Bayou and Arkansas Post.