by G.W. Cook in Winston-Salem, N.C. (P.O. Box 10811, Salem Station, Winston-Salem 27108) .
Written in English
|Statement||by Gerald Wilson Cook.|
|LC Classifications||E573.3 .C66 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||190 p. :|
|Number of Pages||190|
|LC Control Number||87071236|
This volume is the latest in the North Carolina Troops series, which is published by the State of North Carolina, with the aim of presenting the history of each North Carolina unit in the Civil War, and a service record for each soldier. The histories are compiled from the Official Records of the armies, and other primary and secondary sources; histories in Volumes are footnoted. Last Tarheel Militia, 34 Tryon County Court of Ps and Qs, XII-2 24 Tryon and Lincoln Court Docket () XIII-1 23 Families ABEEs of NC 8 8 17 XV-1 3 ALLISON Family Association XV-1 3File Size: KB. Troops of war: an overview of Georgia's state forces, ; The "Melish": a selection of historical and literary descriptions, satirical and otherwise, of the Georgia Militia, "Goober peas" Roster of the First Division, Georgia Militia, with casualty lists for the battles of Griswoldville, Georgia, Honey Hill, and South Carolina. Volume XX of the “North Carolina Troops, A Roster” series covers generals and staff and is the first of two volumes to cover militia and Home Guard. Volume XX presents the service records of the 32 Confederate generals from North Carolina along with the records of Confederate staff officers and non-regimental troops from the Tar.
North Carolina Troops, A Roster, Volume Generals, Staff Officers, and Militia North Carolina Troops, – A Roster, Volume 1: Artillery North Carolina Troops, – A Roster, Volume Infantry (38thth and 42ndth Regiments). Filed under: United States -- History -- Civil War, -- Regimental histories -- New York infantry -- 69th (militia) Chronicles of the rebellion of , forming a complete history of the secession movement from its commencement, to which are added the muster roll of the Union army and explanatory and illustrative notes of the leading. This category is for Wiki pages about records or history of Louisiana, its people, and their involvement in the Civil War (). The format is based on the Family History Library Catalog format, though using only Military rather than Military history or Military records. Militia North Carolina -- History Civil War, United States -- History Civil War, Regimental histories North Carolina Publisher: Raleigh, E.M. Uzzell, printer Contributing Library: New York Public Library Digitizing Sponsor: MSN View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book.
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