History of the Thirty-Third Indiana Veteran Volunteer Infantry During the Four Years of Civil War, from Sept. 16, 1861, to July 21, 1865; And Incidentally of Col. John Coburn's Second Brigade, Third Division, Twentieth Army Corps,

History of the Thirty-Third Indiana Veteran Volunteer Infantry During the Four Years of Civil War, from Sept. 16, 1861, to July 21, 1865; And Incidentally of Col. John Coburn's Second Brigade, Third Division, Twentieth Army Corps,

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1900 edition. Excerpt: ...line, the regiment did not suffer in the change. The new officers had seen equal service with the retiring ones, but in subordinate capacities, and were therefore well equipped to perform all the new duties imposed upon them, and the remainder of the service of the regiment was characterized with the same vigor and gallantry for which it had previously been so frequently complimented. On the 24th of September Capt. James E. Burton, of Company H, assumed command of the regiment. On the 8th of November the following officers received commissions and on the 10th were remustered by Captain Beecher, to wit: Capt. James E. Burton, of Company H, as lieutenant-colonel; Capt. John P. Niederauer, of Company K. as major; Quartermaster-Sergt. J. R. McBride, as first lieutenant and adjutant; Lieut. W. A. Dilley, ' of Company A, as captain; Lieut. B. H. Freeland, of Company B, as captain; Sorgt. H. H. Jeter, of Company B, as first lieutenant; Sergt. Amos J. Thomas, Company C, as captain; Lieut. William Chandler, of Company D, as captain; Sergt. David A. Fateley, of Company D, as first lieutenant; Sergt. John T. Slough, of Company H, as captain, and Enos Halbert as captain of Company I. Some of these had already been filling the offices designated in their commissions for several months, the adjutant having assumed the duties of his office as early as August 1. COL. JOHN COBURN'S FAREWELL ADDRESS. Headquarters Second Brigade, Third Division, Twentieth Army Corps, Atlanta, Georgia, September 20, 1864. Soldiers of the Second Brigade: My term of service has expired aind I am about to be separated from you. We have been associated as a brigade almost two years. We have borne in that time all the hurdens and endured all the trials and hardships of war together. This...show more

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  • Paperback | 136 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 7mm | 254g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236526287
  • 9781236526281