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3 edition of Col. Jaquess"s visit to Richmond, Va., July, 1864. found in the catalog.

Col. Jaquess"s visit to Richmond, Va., July, 1864.

by Illinois infantry. 73d regt

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Published in [Springfield, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jaquess, James Frazier, 1819-1898. [from old catalog]

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsNewlin, W. H., Castle, Henry A. 1841-1916.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE469 .I29
    The Physical Object
    Paginationcover-title, [533]-562 p.
    Number of Pages562
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23355337M
    LC Control Number07023793

    The Battle of the Wilderness, fought May 5–7, , was the first battle of Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant's Virginia Overland Campaign against Gen. Robert E. Lee and the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia in the American Civil armies suffered heavy casualties, around 5, men killed in total, a harbinger of a bloody war of attrition by Grant against Lee's army and, eventually. Search result for iowa-infantryd-regt: First Reunion, Twenty-Second Iowa Regiment, at Iowa City, Sept. 22 and 23(), Under the Maltese Cross, Antietam to Appomattox, the Loyal Uprising in Western Pennsylvania, ; Campaigns th Pennsylvania Regiment(), Roster of the Living Members of the d Regt. Ill. Vols., .

    Bennett Wood Green, How Newport News Got its Name (Richmond, VA: W.E. Jones, Book and Job Printer, ). Harry C. Townsend, Townsend’s Diary: Last Months of the War, January – May, A Diary from Petersburg to Appomattox; Thence to North Carolina to Join Johnston’s Army (Richmond, VA: W.E. Jones, Book and Job Printer, ). Baltimore, MD: Gateway Press ; Great Falls, VA ( Holly Knoll Circle, Great Falls ): Book orders to Alta J. Ginn, 2 vols. Special Collections CSD

    Pratt, Alonzo D., Letter, 1 item. Mss2Pa1. A letter, 12 September , from Alonzo D. Pratt, while serving as provost marshal at Harpers Ferry, , to John Woolley (d. ), provost marshal of the United States Middle Department, concerning the arrest of two women dressed as members of the 1st West Virginia Cavalry Regiment. Colonel John Singleton Mosby. John Singleton Mosby (–) Contributed by Ruth Ann Coski. John Singleton Mosby was a Confederate colonel during the American Civil War (–). As a private in the 1st Virginia Cavalry, Mosby chose his commander, General J. E. B. Stuart, as his role model and mentor.. Stuart and General Robert E. Lee came to value Mosby's skills as a scout and raid.


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Software. An illustration of two photographs. Col. Jaquess's visit to Richmond, Va., July, Item Preview remove-circlePages: Civil War Battles in Virginia They are in the order in which they occurred during the Civil War.

Since Virginia saw the most battles during the Civil War I have broken them down by each year. Civil War Battles in Virginia Civil War Battles in Virginia Civil War Battles in Virginia.

Relief shown by hachures. A number of the maps from this report are reproduced in the Atlas to accompany the official records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Pen-and-ink and pencil (some col.) with some sheets mounted on cloth.

In pen-and-ink on the blue lined paper cover of the report: The original report, written in Dec.Jed. Hotchkiss, Col. Jaquesss visit to Richmond, Va. In pencil on the. (record group ) (bulk ) overview of records locations table of contents administrative history collected bound records of confederate executive, legislative, and judicial offices ("rebel archives") general records of the confederate government records of the confederate congress records of the.

Sketch no. 4 of roads between H.-Q. 10th Army Corps and Swift Creek on the July with enemy's 2nd line of intrenchements [sic] around Drury's Bluff on the north Sketch map of eastern Chesterfield County (Va.) north of Petersburg showing Civil War fortifications, batteries, headquarters, roads, railroads, settlements, farms with Col.

Jaquesss visit to Richmond names, vegetation, and streams. As the Overland Campaign concluded, the strategic goals of Lieut.

Gen. Ulysses S. Grant shifted from the defeat of Robert E. Lee's army in the field to eliminating the supply and communication routes to the Confederate capital at Richmond. The city of Petersburg, 24 miles south of Richmond, was the junction point of five railroads that supplied the entire upper James River region.

Grant knew. J an expedition was organized, consisting of the 34th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, Lieutenant-Colonel Franklin commanding (mounted for this expedition), seven companies of the 2nd Regiment West Va.

Cavalry (West Virginia having become a state J ), commanded by Colonel Powell, and two companies of the 1st Regiment West Va. Cavalry. Letter book, AccessionMiscellaneous reel 1 reel. Microfilm. Letter book, 23 October - 13 Novembercontaining dispatches written from Richmond by journalist Peter Wellington Alexander () on various aspects of the Civil War.

There are four weekly dispatches. Notations indicate that they were sent to London, England. in Richmond, VA From August to Sept Transcribed and submitted by Veneta McKinney.

I have tried to maintain the original spellings and comments as written. Fought on 10 November at Near Richmond, VA. Fought on 09 December at Nicholasville, KY. Fought on 30 July at Petersburg, VA. Fought on 14 August at Deep Bottom Run, VA.

J Officers 55th. Reg. Col. Jack Brown's. The following is a list of the officers and companies of this regiment. Message book and diary (in one volume) kept by Phillips during the period Ap - J Includes details about Signal Corps activities during this period.

Mentions seeing the VMI cadets at Hanover Junction on May 23 (including his brother Samuel Travers Phillips), where they stopped on their way to Richmond after the Battle of. I should explain that the first 38 pages of Northumberland County Deeds and Orders Book 1 ( - ) are missing.

[] The Order Book begins with p dated 24 May However, an Index for the first 78 pages of this Order Book exists and individuals and cases referenced in the Index on existing pages 39 though 78 correspond exactly.

By the close of the Civil War, Washington, D.C. was the most heavily fortified city in North America, perhaps even in the world. According to the report of the army’s official engineer, her defenses boasted 68 enclosed forts with mounted cannon and 93 mortars, 93 unarmed batteries with emplacements for field guns and 20 miles of rifle trenches plus three blockhouses.

The Battle of the Crater page includes history articles, battle maps, photos, helpful web links, and recommended books for this important Civil War battle in Virginia. Two weeks after Union forces arrived to invest the Confederate defenders of Petersburg, the battle lines of.

Rebel defensive Works in front of Petersburg nr. Col averys house taken by Genl. Warren - July Contributor Names Waud, Alfred R. (Alfred Rudolph),artist Created / Published July.

Subject Headings. Shows names of some residents. Relief shown by hachures. Oriented with north to the right. Pen-and-ink and pencil on lined paper, mounted on cloth. Similar to the map reproduced in the Atlas to accompany the official records of the Union and Confederate Armies,pl.

83, no. LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.), H Available also through the Library of Congress web site as raster image. Shows positions of Confederate troops and names of some residents.

Relief shown by hachures. Pen-and-ink and pencil (some col.) on 2 sheets of tracing paper pasted together, and mounted on cloth. Similar to the map reproduced in the Atlas to accompany the official records of the Union and Confederate Armies,pl. 43, no. LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.), H In pencil on verso: He was wounded at Reams' Station, VA, on 28 June and again the next day at Stoney Creek, VA.

Clark was captured 30 June at Cabin Point, VA, and was reportedly shot 15 times by the enemy while an unarmed prisoner. He escaped on 3 July and was granted a. Message book and diary (in one volume) kept by Phillips during the period Ap - J ; he was a signalman serving with the 2nd Corps, Army of Northern Virginia.

Phillips, James J., Collection (MS ) Collection includes Confederate Army Commission. Phillips served in the 9th Virginia Infantry Regiment. Pizzini, Andrew Jr. Petersburg, VA July 5th My Dear Mother. As I have an opportunity to send a letter to the Post office + knowing that you want to hear from me, I will write a few lines to inform you that I am very well + enjoying fine health at present.

I hope when this reaches you it will find you + all in the enjoyment of good health.Richmond Shall Not Be Given Up: The Seven Days’ Battles, June July 1, by Doug Crenshaw.

In the spring ofthe largest army ever assembled on the North American continent landed in Virginia, on the peninsula between the James and York Rivers, and proceeded to march toward Richmond.