1 edition of Illinois volunteers in the Morman War found in the catalog.
Illinois volunteers in the Morman War
Includes bibliographical references (p. 106) and index.
|LC Classifications||F547.H2 I45 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||113 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||113|
|LC Control Number||98102645|
The Honor Book of Sangamon County is reporter Nellie Browne Duff‘s compilation of information on every county resident who, in one fashion or another, overseas or on the home front, contributed to the U.S. effort in World War I.. Nearly 1, of the book’s 1, pages are devoted to photos and brief service histories of perhaps 4, county residents who served in . th Regiment, Illinois Infantry Overview: Organized at Anna, Ill., and mustered in Septem Moved to Louisville, Ky., September ,
th Illinois Volunteer Infantry. Company H "The LaSalle County Regiment" Enter. Thanks to DayleK for permission to use his MIDI file of The Battle Cry Of Freedom. The only books I have on the American Civil War is the Frederick H. Dyer Compendiums ( - 3 Volumes). For months on end I've been trying to work out the logic of how Dyer has (and this is an example) the above Regiment and what it was attached to during the Civil War. Dyer has it as: 1st.
War of Discharge Certificates Updated Febru War of Discharge Certificates Appendix I: List of Units and Subunits Appendix II: List of Company/Detachment Commanders Appendix III: List of Soldiers by Name Appendix IV: List of Soldiers by Unit Appendix IV: List of Soldiers by Unit Legion of the United States Capt. Alexander Gibson's Co. . Local volunteers rolled bandages, collected food, and recycled bales of paper and heaps of scrap metal. Citizens planted victory gardens and bought war bonds and savings stamps. Dan Guillory's book, "Wartime Decatur: & " documents the vigorous wartime culture based on community involvement and a strong sense of patriotism.
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This database indexes the names of Illinois Mexican War veterans appearing in the ninth volume of the publication, Report of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois (). In U. War Department clerks transcribed the Illinois rosters from their records and sent copies to the Adjutant General for publication.
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Special Orders } No. 5 } Extract. In accordance with the provisions of General Orders No. 86, War Department, April 2, the Twenty-eighth Regiment Illinois Volunteers is hereby consolidated into a Battalion of four (4) companies -- A, B, C and D, officered as follows.
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CIVIL WAR CENTENNIAL - No state in the Union has greater reason to observe the centennial of its proud record in the Civil War than does Illinois. Perhaps our first occasion for pride is the recollection that our statesmen were among the most active in their efforts to avoid the outbreak of hostilities.
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Yet another book about Prohibition, this time in rural Illinois, where rival gangs of bootleggers fought for supremacy and the Ku Klux Klan was charged with keeping order. One gang went so far as to bomb their rival's headquarters from an airplane, and it was this incident which led Donald Bain—whose earlier efforts included another sort of airplane saga, Coffee, Tea, or.
Oﬃcer, Frederick A. Bartleson, Colonel of the th Illinois Volunteers, Captured at Chickamauga and, After His Release, Fated to Die Gloriously at Kenesaw Mountain. Edited by Margaret W. Peelle. New York: Greenwich Book Publishers, Chapman, Ira Harrison.
The Diary of Ira Harrison Chapman: Company G, th Illinois. Cultures in Conflict: A Documentary History of the Mormon War in Illinois Reviewer Glen M. Leonard In this handsomely designed collection, editors John Hallwas and Roger Launius offer ninety documents to represent the disparate viewpoints of participants in what the non-Mormon citizens of Illinois came to know as the Mormon War.PREFACE.
The history of the Eighty-sixth Illinois was written in part while the regiment was yet in the service, merely for the gratification of a personal desire; but since its muster out, the author has been frequently urged by many of his friends to have it published, that they might share what he alone enjoyed.Sources of Mormon History in Illinois, – An Annotated Catalog of the Microfilm Collection at Southern Illinois University MAURINE CARR WARD is the editor of the Nauvoo Journal.
She is the author of Winter Quarters: The Life Writings of Mary Haskin Parker Richards, published by Utah State University Press.