4 edition of 37th Illinois veteran volunteer infantry and the battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas. found in the catalog.
37th Illinois veteran volunteer infantry and the battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas.
Eugene Beauharnais Payne
Written in English
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.
|Statement||Prepared by Companion Brevet Brigadier General Eugene B. Payne and read at the stated meeting of April 1, 1903.|
|Series||War papers / Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Commandery of the District of Columbia ;, 48, War papers (Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Commandery of the District of Columbia) ;, 48.|
|LC Classifications||E464 .M54 no. 48|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||13021574|
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Civil War Medal of Honor Winners List Medal of Honor Names Includes Names Medal of Honor Winners Citation American Civil War Citations Date Dates Each Recipient Winner Act Acts Medals of Honor Names 37th Illinois Infantry. Place and date: At Prairie Grove, Ark., 7 December Place and date: At Pea Ridge, Ark., 7 March Entered. The Special Collections Department and the Iowa Women’s Archives hold primary souce materials that document the Civil War, – and President Abraham Lincoln, with particular focus on letters and diaries of Iowans who served in a variety of capacities (including soldiers, nurses, and supply administrators).General holdings include not only monographs, but also period periodicals.
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Book/Printed Material The 37th Illinois veteran volunteer infantry and the battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas. About this Item. Title The 37th Illinois veteran volunteer infantry and the battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas.
Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. He authored The 37th Illinois Veteran Volunteer Infantry and the battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas Washington, Notes [ edit ] ^ White, Augusta Francelia Payne, Clatworthy,Linda May & Holman, Mary Lovering The Paynes of Hamilton, a Genealogical and Biographical Record Bibliolife DBA of Bibilio Bazaar II LLC, 24 Aug Battles/wars: American Civil War, Pea Ridge, Battle of.
37th Illinois Infantry Regiment History Adjutant General's Report. The 37th Infantry, known as the "Fremont Rifles," was organized by Colonel Julius White in August,and was mustered into service September 18th.
The Regiment rendezvoused at Camp Webb. On the 19th of. The 37th Arkansas Infantry Regiment (–) was a Confederate Army infantry regiment during the American Civil io-holding.com was originally designated as the 29th Arkansas Infantry Regiment and was also known as 1st Trans-Mississippi Infantry Regiment.
The unit served in the Department of the Trans-Mississippi from its formation in the summer of until the surrender in May Allegiance: CSA.
The 37th Illinois veteran volunteer infantry and the battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas. [Eugene B Payne] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library.
Create. 37th Illinois Infantry in the American Civil War. Online Books: 37th Illinois Infantry Soldier Roster - 37th Illinois veteran volunteer infantry and the battle of Pea Ridge of the Adjutant General of the State of Illinois, Volume 3, Revised by Brigadier General J.N.
Reece, Adjutant General, View Entire Book. Battle of Pea Ridge, Ark. Summary Print shows an attack by Confederate cavalry and infantry, with Native American troops, against a line of Union cannon and infantry at Pea Ridge in Arkansas. Contributor Names Kurz & Allison, publisher.
BOOK REVIEWS the last year of the war. The Battle of Natural Bridge is never mentioned. Still, this is a welcome addition to the Florida Civil War literature. Donald W. Curl Florida Atlantic University The Fremont Rifles: A History of the 37th Illinois Veteran Volunteer Infantry.
By Michael A. Mullins. Dec 14, · The 37th Illinois veteran volunteer infantry and the battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas by Eugene Beauharnais Payne, edition, in EnglishPages: Jan 05, · In The Bayonet or Retreat by artist Andy Thomas depicting the 37th Illinois Volunteer Regiment at the Battle of Prairie Grove, Arkansas, Union troops from the command of Brig.
Gen. Francis Herron briefly penetrate the Confederate line at the Borden House. Below, the reconstructed Borden House as it appears today in Prairie Grove State Park. In the pre-dawn darkness of December 7. Edited by Michael Banasik.
Volume VI of our series presents letters written by William P. Black, Captain of Co K, 37th Illinois Infantry. The letters cover a multitude of subjects from the Battles of Pea Ridge and Prairie Grove, Arkansas, to operations in Louisiana and Texas.
William’s letters are straightforward, well-written, and. A large archive of the personal and professional correspondence of Brevet Brigadier General Eugene B. Payne 37th Illinois Infantry, consisting of about autograph letters and associated documents and ephemera.
The collection includes 82 letters of Civil War date exchanged between Payne and his wife Adelia “Delia” Wright, together with about 80 other personal letters dating from up.
Military history and reminiscences of the Thirteenth Regiment of Illinois Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War in the United States, (Chicago, IL: Woman's temperance publishing association, ). Committee of the Regiment. The Story of the Fifty-fifth Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War, Transferred to Company I, Arkansas 2nd Infantry Regiment on 28 Oct Birth Date abt Sources Index to Compiled Military Service Records Official Army Register of the Volunteer Force 2nd Arkansas Union Infantry – Arkansas Research 4th Arkansas Union Infantry – Arkansas Research.
Veterans Schedules. Using Civil War records for Southern genealogy research io-holding.com Free genealogy resource for family history research. Confederate Veteran Deaths In Newport, Arkansas. September, Service of James E. Cobb, 5th Texas Infantry. Durant, Mississippi, Account Of Camp Douglas, Illinois.
August, Confederate Veteran Deaths. 1st Iowa Infantry Lee County, Iowa Soldiers in the First (1st) Infantry (hosted at USGenWeb Iowa Archives) 2nd Iowa Infantry Lee County, Iowa Soldiers in the Second (2nd) Infantry (hosted at USGenWeb Iowa Archives) 3rd Iowa Infantry History and Complete Roster (hosted at the Iowa GenWeb Archives) 5th Iowa Infantry History and Complete.
On April 14,the brothers enlisted in the 11th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, commanded by future Major General Lew Wallace. When their three-month term of service expired, they returned home to Danville, Illinois, to help in the recruiting of a new regiment, the 37th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, also known as the Frémont Rifles.
Pea Ridge: The 37th Illinois Veteran Volunteer Infantry and the Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas: Payne, Eugene B. 2: District of Columbia: Unknown: War Papers. Read Before the Commandery of the District of Columbia, Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States.
The 7th Regiment Illinois Volunteer Infantry was an infantry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil io-holding.com 7th Illinois Infantry was mustered at Cairo, Illinois, on April 25,from the personnel of the 7th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment; the regiment saw service at the Battle of Fort Donelson, the Battle of Shiloh, the Battle of Allatoona, the March to the.
Enoch Stephens (born ~) enlisted on June 30th, in Brooklyn, New York as a 1st Sergeant. During his time in the military, Stephens seems to have participated in the 84th Regiment, New York Infantry, the 5th Regiment, New York Veteran Infantry, and the 4th Regiment, US Veteran Volunteer Infantry. Prior to he was promoted to major.
This collection consists of a letter written by Cpl. Harvey Gray of Company D of the 25th Illinois Infantry, following the Battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas, and a transcription of the letter. Harvey Gray, a resident of Dallas, Illinois, enlisted in the 25th Illinois Infantry on June 1.
It moved to Tennessee in November and participated in the battle of Missionary ridge. On Jan. 4,men of the regiment reenlisted as veterans and on April 3 .The letters cover all aspects of William’s service during the war. There does not seem to be any topic that William does not discuss in his letters.
The 37th Illinois did not see much combat, its major battles were Pea Ridge and Prairie Grove, so battle descriptions make up only a minor portion of the letters.