Written in EnglishRead online
Title from cover.
|Statement||by Sylvester D. Willard.|
|LC Classifications||E523.4 .W69|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||33 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||33|
|LC Control Number||12022508|
Download Regimental surgeons of the State of New York, in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-3
Regimental surgeons of the State of New York, in the War of the Rebellion, Regimental surgeons of the State of New York, in the War of the Rebellion, Regimental surgeons of the State of New York, in the War of the Rebellion, by Willard, Sylvester David, Publication date GENERIC RAW BOOK ZIP download.
download 1 file. No Confederates were charged and convicted of treason after Appomattox, but rebellion remained a keyword in the memory of the war for a generation.
The first book to carry the phrase “War of the Rebellion” in its title was Sylvester D. Willard’s obscure “Regimental Surgeons of the State of New York, in the War of the Rebellion, Willard, Sylvester D. Regimental Surgeons of the State of New York in the War of the Rebellion, Albany, NY: [New York (State).
Surgeon General's Office, ] (Internet Archive) Prisoners. Walter, John F. The Confederate Dead in Brooklyn: Biographical Sketches of Confederate POWs. Bowie, MD: Heritage Books, Inc., 1. Author(s): Willard,Sylvester David, Title(s): Regimental surgeons of the State of New York, in the War of the Rebellion, / by Sylvester D.
Willard. Image 1 of Conservative surgery, E W68 Copy 1 CONSERVATIVE SURGERY; WITH A LIST OF TIIE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL FORCE OF NEW YORK IN THE WAR OF THE REBELLION, - 3. Author(s): Hennen, John, Publication: Philadelphia: Carey & Lea, Subject(s): General Surgery Military Medicine 3.
Conservative surgery, with a list of the medical and surgical force of New York in the War of the Rebellion, to which is added a brief notice of the hospitals at Fortress Monroe and White House, Virginia.
Full text of "A Catalogue of books and pamphlets relating to the American civil war and slavery: [including regimental histories, prison narratives, Confederate publications, biographies, poetry, etc]".
The infantry regiment was the basic administrative and tactical unit of the Civil War armies. Regimental headquarters consisted of a colonel, lieutenant colonel, major, adjutant, quartermaster, surgeon (with rank of major), two assistant surgeons, a chaplain, sergeant major, quartermaster sergeant, commissary sergeant, hospital steward, and two principal musicians.
Civil War Records Unique to Each Regiment The clothing books are simply a register of each item of clothing issued to a recruit. The Post Office Addresses are the result of a late 19th century-early 20th century effort by the Adjutant General's Office to keep track of all surviving veterans.
Alexander Thomas Augusta (March 8, – Decem ) was a surgeon, veteran of the American Civil War, and the first black professor of medicine in the United States. After gaining his medical education in Toronto in the Province of Canada, from tohe set up a practice returned to the United States shortly before the start of the American Civil : March 8,Norfolk, Virginia.
New York: Wm. Bryant & Co., September (3) Jones, Joseph: Sulphate of Quinia in Small Doses During Health, the Best Means of Preventing Chill and Fever, and Bilious Fever, and Congestive Fever, In Those Exposed to the Unhealthy Climate of the Rich Low Lands and Swamps of the Southern Confederacy.
South. Med. & Surg. Watch the related YouTube video, “47th Pennsylvania Volunteers: One Civil War Regiment’s Story: The Birth of a New Regiment.” Then, to learn even more about the 47th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry’s efforts to preserve America’s Union and end the scourge of slavery, visit our “About” page.
“Casualties and Costs of the Civil War.” New York, New York: The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History. Civil War General Index Cards (Eisenbraun, Alfred and Eisenbrown, Allen), in Records of the U.S.
Department of the Army. Washington, D.C.: U.S. The original “Iron Brigade,” they said, was actually the 22nd, 24th and 30th New York regiments and the 14thBrooklyn (officially the 84th New York). When the two-year New York regiments mustered out, (the 14th Brooklyn, a three-year regiment, remained), the veterans claimed the name was “taken” by the Wisconsin and Indiana regiments.
in a letter to Governor Clark Col. Locke asks to have Dr. Flint of Coffeeville, Upshur Co., appointed as one of his Regimental Surgeons.  Aug. 24, Col. Locke is at Lafayette, Upshur Co., Texas trying to organize companies for the war.
Sept. the companies are being consolidated at Camp Flournoy, Wood Co., Texas. At a stated term of the circuit court of the United States of America for the southern district of New York, in the second circuit, begun and held at the city of New York, within and for the district and circuit aforesaid, on the first Monday of April, A.and continued by adjournments to the 26th day of June in the year last aforesaid.
KITCHING, John Howard, soldier, born in New York City, 16 July, ; died in Dobb's Ferry, New York, 11 January,was educated in private schools in Brooklyn and New York, and at the beginning of the Civil War enlisted as a private in the Lincoln Cavalry.
Soon afterward he received a captain's commission in the 2d New York Artillery, and. Letters Sent to Naval Officers. Mar. 16, Nov. 13, 97 vols. 21 ft. Arranged chronologically.
The volumes are numbered20 1 /2, 20 3 /4, an unnumbered volume, and The individual letters are numbered in volumes 20 1 /2, 20 3 /4, and the unnumbered volume. A name index prepared contemporaneously by the Secretary's office is in each volume.
NEW YORK CITY, Ap Hon. BAKER, New York: SIR: A meeting of citizens of California and others, former residents of that State, was held in this city on the 21st instant.
There were present between and persons, who comprised a large majority of those Californians now in New York and those who have lately been at Washington.
He was educated in various schools and academies in New York State, and was graduated in medicine at the College of Physicians and Surgeons of the Western District of New York in After attending lectures in that city and in Philadelphia in '50 he went to.
New York: U.S. Camera, 10¾” x 8”. Stapled wrappers. Good: text block detached from wrappers, wrappers worn and creased with small patches of loss, text lightly worn with faint dogears to some leaves and two leaves with some staining/rippling along bottom half.
This is Ansel Adams' photo book about the Manzanar War. 96th PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEER INFANTRY. The 96th P.V.I. was raised in Schuylkill County Pennsylvania in Augustand served for three years mustering out of service in September This is a survey of one company in the regiment their muster rolls, Author: Stu Richards.
Source — Victoria E. Bynum, The Free State of Jones: Mississippi’s Longest Civil War (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, ), p. Historian Victoria Bynum considers the broadening schisms in class, faith, and culture that led to a yeoman resistance against the Confederacy.
Full text of "History of the Twenty third Pennsylvania volunteer infantry; Birney's Zouaves:|bThree months and three years service, civil war, " See other formats. (New York, ), ; Simon Cameron to Robert Anderson, April 4,and Robert Anderson to Lorenzo Thomas, Main U.S. War Department, The War of the Rebellion.
Full text of "Collections of the Minnesota Historical Society" See other formats. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.
Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. Full text of "Commemorative biographical record of Dutchess County, New York, containing biographical sketches of prominent and representative citizens, and of.
New Jersey and the Rebellion - Foster, John Y. pgs. # New Jersey Troops in the Gettysburg Campaign - Toombs, Samuel pgs. # New York at Gettysburg - # New York in the War of the Rebellion - Phisterer, Frederick 6 Volumes. # Nolan's system for training cavalry horses - Garrard, Kenner, # The Potomac and the Rapidan.
Army notes from the failure at Winchester to the reënforcement of Rosecrans, By Alonzo H. Quint. Anderson, Robert, b. The Anderson Surpriser. Written After He Was Seventy-Five Years of Age. The Author Was Born in Liberty County, Ga., on the 22d Day of February, in the Year of Our Lord,and United with the Methodist Episcopal Church in the Year By Tomes, Son,and Melvain, New York Civil War $1, Civil War Original Period Items Sword $1, Coin Silver Scabbard Parts Fittings American Eagle Head Sword Before Civil War $1, Full text of "Commemorative biographical record of Dutchess County, New York" See other formats.
Lots: July 6, Contains British orders, decorations, medals and militaria. War Department, the War of the Rebellion: A compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies ed.
Col. Robert N. Scott et al. (70 vols. in serial parts, plus general index volume and atlas, Washington: Government Printing Office, ).
Nickname Born Died Place of burial Allegiance Service/branch Years of service Rank Commands held Cump, Uncle Billy (by his troops) Lancaster, Ohio Febru (aged 71) New York City St.
Louis, Missouri USA United States Army Union Army –53, –84 Major General (Civil War), General of the Army of the United States (postbellum.
This listing page belongs to Wikipedia:WikiProject Dictionary of National Biography, spun out of the “missing article” project, and is concerned with checking whether Wikipedia has articles for all those listed in the Dictionary of National Biography (DNB), a volume British biographical dictionary published and now in the public ry: Category:Missing encyclopedic articles.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Contents of the documents (no.
) are given in the "Index-catalogue of the library of the Surgeon-general's office, U. Columbia, SC V No.3; October 15 C 14th New York Heavy Artillery Veteran Association 23rd Annual Reunion; n.d. 15 N/A Civil War Senate Invitation; N/A Civil War Honor Roll; n.d.
15 N/A Confederate Fuse laid Under Water at Fort Fisher, North Carolina, with the intention of destroying forts and.Full text of "An American Almanac and Treasury of Facts, Statistical, Financial, and " See other formats.Commissioner of the State Land Office, Was born in Bennington, Vt., His father was a Captain in the War ofand both his grandfathers served in the Revolution.
His father removed to western New York inand the son received an .