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Blue, Gray & Khaki: Civil War Veterans and Doughboys

Last autumn, Military Images marked the centennial of World War I with a unique collection of images of Civil War veterans posed with Doughboys. In honor of their service, and as an ongoing part of our mission to showcase, interpret and preserve these old photos, we’re making this 11-page gallery available to you for free!
 

The Official Launch of Civil War Photo Sleuth

Kurt Luther, pictured here, in the moment he launched our Civil War Photo Sleuth software on August 1 in the Innovation Lab at the National Archives in Washington, D.C.

Kurt (head of CWPS), Ron Coddington (editor of Military Images magazine), and the rest of the team introduced guests throughout the day to the website to learn how to identify unknown Civil War photos, find photos of Civil War ancestors, and add identified photos to our reference database.

Attendees included Garry Adelman of the Civil War Trust and the Center for Civil War Photography, Melissa Winn of Civil War Times, Karen Chittenden from the Library of Congress and Tom Liljenquist, whose collection is part of the Library of Congress.

Images and live video of the event were carried on Facebook.

The response was overwhelmingly positive. CWPS is a historic moment for anyone interested in Civil War soldier and sailor photography.

Military Images Magazine at the Gettysburg Civil War Show

Join Military Images at the 45th Civil War Artifact and Collectibles Show in Gettysburg, Va. Stop by our table and bringing your best Civil War images—we’ll scan them free of charge and featured selected images in upcoming issues. We’ll be side-by-side with Kurt Luther and Civil War Photo Sleuth, a new website that uses technology and community to rediscover lost identities in American Civil War-era photographs. The show is sponsored by the Gettysburg Battlefield Preservation Association.

Event Details
45th Civil War Artifact and Collectibles Show
Eisenhower Hotel & Conference Center Allstar Expo Complex
2634 Emmitsburg Road
Gettysburg, PA 17325
Saturday, June 30, 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
Sunday, July 1, 9 a.m.–2 p.m.
Admission: Adults: $8. Children 12 and under free if accompanied by an adult.

July 1 Talk: Cardomania! The Rise and Fall of the Carte de Visite

The Civil War Generation was the first to grow up with photography. This transformative medium made it possible for Americans from all walks of life to preserve their own likeness, a privilege once reserved only for the wealthy. During photography’s early years, daguerreotypes, ambrotypes and tintypes ruled the portrait world. Then, on the eve of the Civil War, a curious new format landed in America—the carte de visite. After hostilities began, hundreds of thousands of citizen soldiers and sailors posed for their likenesses. Countless millions of photographs were produced. Significant numbers of these most intimate and personal artifacts survive today. Some are finding a place among the iconic images of the war. Join Ron Coddington, author of four books of collected Civil War portraits and editor and publisher of Military Images magazine, as he tells the story of the rise and fall of the carte de visite—and what became of them.

Also appearing at the event are our friends from Gettysburg Publishing, represented by Kevin Drake and several of his authors:

  • Mark H. Dunkelman
  • Cindy Small-Jennie Wade of Gettysburg
  • Patricia Rich
  • Scott Mingus, Sr
  • Bernadette Loeffel-Atkins
  • Lisa Shower

Event details:
Sunday, July 1, 5-6 p.m.
Gettysburg Heritage Center
297 Steinwehr Ave.
Gettysburg, PA 17325
No admission charge

For more information, visit:
http://www.gettysburgpublishing.com/upcoming-events.html
https://www.facebook.com/Gettysburgpublishing/
https://www.gettysburgmuseum.com/author–artist-events.html

Civil War Generals: The Poster

Oldfield Company presents a new poster featuring six Union and six Confederate generals with quotes that reveal their moving perspectives of the Civil War. This dynamic arrangement of images and quotations chillingly clarifies the realities of the great conflict. The quintessential quotation from each general includes their likeness and their years of birth and death.

Fittingly, the frames surrounding each subject are blue or gray, depending on their affiliation. 

The 24” x 36” dimension fits a standard frame size for economical framing.

Display this handsome print of military leaders of the Civil War on your home, office or classroom wall.

Posters are $25 each, plus $5 shipping and handling. For full purchase information, visit oldfieldcompany.com.

Here’s a look at each general and his quote.

 

Magazine on a Mission

You may have noticed content from our magazine in other Civil War publications. For example, The Civil War Monitor publishes an occasional series, Faces of War, based on images that have appeared in MI. The magazine of the Civil War Trust, Hallowed Ground, also includes an MI feature.

What is the sharing is all about? Aside from the obvious promotional efforts, there is a more substantial reason that is at the heart and soul of our magazine.

The reason is our mission—to showcase, interpret and preserve Civil War portrait photography. These unusual images are a relatively new to our eyes. For a century after the end of the war, the vast majority were hidden away in albums in attics and basements. A small number were published by veterans during their lifetimes in books and magazines—but they were relatively few compared to the overall number in existence.

Beginning the late 1950s and the 1960s, following Bruce Catton’s popular histories of the war, the centennial and the passing of the last living veterans, these singular portraits began to show up at flea markets, antique shops and other sales.

Today, they are highly collectible. And we’ve made it our mission to document as many as possible. We’ve been at this since 1979.

So, the next time you see a portrait of a Union or Confederate soldiers, remember them and their service. And also think about what MI is doing to keep their faces and stories alive.

Thank you!

The Winter 2015 Lineup: Noble Faces, Ugly Havelocks and a Hellion in Blue

03-p1-tocDelighted to announce the Table of Contents for the Winter 2015 issue. 60 pages of images include a feature gallery by longtime collector and MI contributor Brian Boeve, a gallery of flag bearers from another longtime contributor, Rick Carlile, a guide to the Havelock hat, “Ugly as the Devil,” by MI Senior Editor Ron Field, and “Hellion in Blue,” a wonderful profile of a New York officer.

You’ll also find all our regular departments and two debut departments—Photo Sleuth: Real life accounts on the research trail by Kurt Luther, and The Honored Few, which features Medal of Honor recipients.

If you like what you see, please take this opportunity to subscribe. The annual cost is $24.95 for four quarterly issues—240 pages of original images of citizen soldiers. MI needs your support, so please step forward and march with our army of core subscribers today!

Confederate Soldier, Family Slave

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One of the most unique Civil War images to surface in recent years is now part of the Liljenquist Family Collection at the Library of Congress. According to Tom Liljenquist, the sixth-plate tintype of Sgt. Andrew Martin Chandler of the 44th Mississippi Infantry and his family slave, Silas, was delivered to the Library this afternoon.

Liljenquist, accompanied by Chandler Battaile Jr., a descendent of Sgt. Chandler, were met by senior staff and other Library employees to receive the photo about 3 pm today.

The image has been a focus of attention since it was shown on PBS in a 2009 episode of Antiques Roadshow, and again in a 2011 segment of History Detectives. The photo has been put forth by some as proof that Silas was a “Black Confederate” who fought for the South, while others have provided primary research that establishes Silas was no more than a slave who served two of his master’s soldier sons during the war.

The Chandler story has been the subject of numerous books and articles. Battaile has requested that the version included in my 2012 book, African American Faces of the Civil War, be posted with the image on the Library’s site along with the image. I wrote another version that appeared as part of the New York Times Disunion series, “A Slave’s Service in the Confederate Army.”

The image included here was taken from a scan that I made from the original tintype with permission of Chandler Battaile Jr. in 2009.

Index to Civil War Regiments

The September/October 2000 issue of MI included this Index to Civil War Regiments. It lists the issues in which specific regimental photographs appeared from the first issue in 1979 until May/June 2001. The figures following each regimental listing indicate the volume number, issue number, and page numbers (FC means front cover and BC, back cover). Some of these issues are still available and can be ordered. Some back issues are available for purchase.

ALABAMA

  • 2d Infantry: XVII/5/10 (Volume XVII, issue number 5, page 10)
  • 3d Infantry: XIX/6/5
  • 4th Infantry: VIII/1/25-29; VIII1/BC
  • 5th Infantry: XIX/6/17
  • 6th Infantry: XVII/2/25
  • 8th Infantry: XVIII/1/25
  • 13th Infantry: XII/2/19
  • 14th Infantry: XVII/2/13; XVII/5/10
  • 19th Infantry: XIII/3/22/; XII/4/20
  • 21st Infantry: I/5/27
  • 22d Infantry: XVII/2/14
  • 26th Infantry: XVII/4/19
  • 30th Infantry: XVI/2/33; IX/6/18
  • 41st Infantry: XX/2/25
  • 42d Infantry: XIX/2/16
  • 47th Infantry: XX/4/22
  • 58th Infantry: XII/4/8
  • 62d Infantry: XVII/5/10
  • British Guard: VII/3/29
  • Fowler’s Battery: XV/3/FC
  • 1st Cavalry (US): XIX/5/12

ARKANSAS

  • 1st Infantry: XVII/1/27
  • 1st Mounted Infantry: XVI/2/14
  • 2d Infantry: XVI/2/17
  • 3d Infantry: XVI/2/6; IX/2/14-15
  • 5th Infantry: XIX/2/17
  • 10th Infantry: XII/4/10
  • 11th Infantry: XVI/2/17
  • 13th Infantry: XIX/6/14
  • 15th Infantry: XIX/5/13; XIX/4/17
  • 24th Infantry: XVI/2/17
  • 30th Infantry: XVI/2/16
  • Pulaski Battery: XVI/6/18
  • 2d Cavalry: XVI/2/15

CALIFORNIA

  • 6th Infantry: XXII/4/36
  • 7th Infantry: XXII/4/25
  • 8th Infantry: XVIII/1/4
  • Stockton Blues: VI/5/13
  • Sacramento Light Artillery: X/2/27
  • California 100: V/5/9-12

CONNECTICUT

  • 1st Infantry: V/6/16
  • 2d Infantry: V/6/16
  • 3d Infantry: VI/6/16
  • 4th Infantry: I/6/30; III/3/14
  • 5th Infantry: VIII/3/17; XIX/4/11
  • 6th Infantry: XIII/6/23; XVIII/5/28; XXII/4/28
  • 7th Infantry: IX/5/24
  • 8th Infantry: X/4/8
  • 13th Infantry: V/3/18
  • 14th Infantry: XIX/4/18
  • 15th Infantry: XXII/4/28
  • 18th Infantry: XVII/4/29
  • 22d Infantry: XX/2/12
  • 23d Infantry: V/2/25
  • 25th Infantry: XII/6/23
  • 27th Infantry: XVIII/1/22
  • 29th Colored Infantry: II/6/26-27
  • 1st Heavy Artillery: II/4/2; XX/2/14-17
  • 2d Heavy Artillery: VI/1/25; XX/5/42
  • 1st Cavalry: XII/2/23; XVIII/5/FC

DELAWARE

  • 1st Infantry: XVI/6/10; XVIII/124
  • 4th Infantry: XVI/6/11

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

  • 1st Cavalry: III/6/13; VIII/2/11-13; XVIII/5/10
  • National Rifles: XIX/3/31

FLORIDA

  • 1st Infantry: XIV/4/BC; XIV/4/6/ XIV/4/13; XIV/4/27; XIV/4/30
  • 2d Infantry: XIV/4/13; XIV/4/18-22;
  • 3d Infantry: XIV/4/12; XIV/4/21; XIV/4/28
  • 4th Inantry: XIV/2/36; XIV/4/25; XIV/4/30
  • 5th Infantry: XIV/4/17; XIV/6/17
  • 6th Infantry: XIV/4/FC; XIV/4/25-26
  • 7th Infantry: III/2/18; XIV/4/26; XII/4/8; XIX/2/14; XIX/6/14
  • 8th Infantry: XIV/4/BC; XIV/4/19; XIV/4/22
  • 1st Cavalry: VII/1/25; XIV/4/30; XIV/4/22; XII/4/22
  • 2d Cavalry: XIV/4/27; XVIII/3/23
  • Marion Light Artillery: XV/4/27

GEORGIA

  • 1st Infantry: XV/5/14;
  • 1st Regulars: XVI/2/36
  • 2d Infantry: XIX/5/13
  • 3d Infantry: V/6/5; XIV/1/14
  • 3d Battalion Sharpshooters: XVI/2/23
  • 4th Infantry: VIII/3/7; VIII/3/10
  • 5th Infantry: II/5/28; XIX/4/17
  • 6th Infantry: VI/6/12
  • 7th Infantry: XV/5/13; IX/6/23; VIII/3/9,11
  • 8th Infantry: VIII/3/9
  • 11th Infantry: VI/6/13; X/2/14-15; VII/3/12
  • 12th Infantry: VIII/3/7
  • 13th Infantry: XVII/2/24; XVIII/1/10
  • 16th Infantry: VI/6/9
  • 17th Infantry: XII/4/20; VIII/3/6
  • 18th Infantry: XV/1/16; XVII/2/24
  • 19th Infantry: VIII/3/11
  • 20th Infantry: VI/6/8
  • 21st Infantry: VIII/3/12-13
  • 22d Infantry: VII/4/6-7;
  • 23d Infantry: VI/6/7
  • 24th Infantry: XII/4/21
  • 25th Infantry: XII/4/21
  • 35th Infantry: VI/6/10; IX/4/14; IX/1/13
  • 38th Infantry: VI/6/6; VII/3/8
  • 39th Infantry: XVII/2/22
  • 46th Infantry: VII/3/30; XII/3/22
  • 48th Infantry: VI/6/10; XV/4/18
  • 50th Infantry: IX/6/14-15
  • Phillips Legion: VI/6/8; XX/2/26; XXII/4/30-34
  • Cobb’s Legion: IX/6/26; VIII/3/6
  • Irish Jasper Greens: XVII/2/12
  • Cutt’s Artillery Battalion: III/4/29
  • 1st Battalion, Reserve Cavalry: XII/4/9
  • 2d Cavalry: XVII/2/23

ILLINOIS

  • 4th Infantry: XI/2/15 (Volume XI, issue number 1, page 15)
  • 7th Infantry: XII/3/8; XII/3/27
  • 11th Infantry: XII/3/16; XII/3/24
  • 12th Infantry: XII/3/19
  • 13th Infantry: I/5/BC; XII/3/10; XX/4/19-21
  • 17th Infantry: XII/3/BC
  • 18th Infantry: 1/5/BC
  • 19th Infantry: IV/3/24, V/6/19; XII/3/8
  • 20th Infantry: XII/3/26
  • 21st Infantry: XX/2/33
  • 23d Infantry: XII/6/16, XII/3/21
  • 24th Infantry: XII/3/26
  • 25th Infantry: XII/3/9
  • 27th Infantry: VI/4/5; XIV/5/21
  • 29th Infantry: XII/3/6
  • 30th Infantry: XVIII/5/15
  • 31st Infantry: XII/3/14
  • 32d Infantry: XII/3/7; XII/3/16; XII/3/20; XIX/5/14
  • 33d Infantry: VI/3/4-7; XX/5/30
  • 34th Infantry: XVII/1/8-9; XII/3/19; XII/3/26-27
  • 36th Infantry: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, Vol. 10, page 123
  • 37th Infantry: V/1/24; VIII/5/13-15; XXII/4/14
  • 39th Infantry: II/1/31; XII/3/26; XII/3/29
  • 42d Infantry: XVII/4/29
  • 45th Infantry: VIII/3/22
  • 46th Infantry: XII/3/20; XIX/3/20
  • 47th Infantry: XII/3/10; VIII/3/21
  • 51st Infantry: XVI/6/1; XII/3/27
  • 52d Infantry: XII/3/21; XII/3/25
  • 54th Infantry: XXI/1/12-15
  • 55th Infantry: XII/3/27
  • 56th Infantry: XVII/6/20-21
  • 57th Infantry: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, Vol. 8, page 258
  • 62d Infantry: XII/3/14
  • 65th Infantry: XXII/2/13
  • 66th Infantry: XII/3/18-19
  • 72d Infantry: XII/3/15
  • 76th Infantry: XII/3/25
  • 77th Infantry: XII/3/17
  • 84th Infantry: X/1/13; X/1/15
  • 86th Infantry: XII/3/17; XII/3/21
  • 92d Infantry: XII/3/7
  • 92d Mounted Infantry: XV/4/24
  • 93d Infantry: XV/2/22-24; XX/6/37-39
  • 95th Infantry: XII/3/25-27
  • 96th Infantry: XII/3/20; XII/3/26
  • 103d Infantry: XII/3/21
  • 104th Infantry: XXII/2/13
  • 118th Mounted Infantry: XVII/5/34; XX/4/39
  • 123d Infantry: II/1/30
  • 124th Infantry: XII/3/27
  • 126th Infantry: XII/3/14
  • 127th Infantry: XII/3/24
  • 134th Infantry: IX/5/13
  • Illinois Zouaves: IV/3/11
  • 1st Light Artillery: XII/3/15; XII/3/22-23
  • 1st Light Artillery, Battery B: XXII/5/35
  • 2d Light Artillery: XII/3/15
  • Chicago Mercantile Battery: XXI/5/26-28
  • 1st Cavalry: XII/3/11; XII/2/22
  • 2d Cavalry: XII/3/11
  • 4th Cavalry: XV/6/12; XII/3/11-12
  • 7th Cavalry: XII/3/11-12
  • 9th Cavalry: VII/1/6; XVII/5/28
  • 10th Cavalry: XII/3/13
  • 12th Cavalry: XII/3/13
  • 13th Cavalry: XII/3/13
  • 14th Cavalry: XII/3/13
  • 17th Cavalry: VII/2/25; XVIII/3/26

INDIANA

  • 9th Infantry: X/1/14
  • 11th Infantry: I/2/23; IV/3/13; XVII/6/35; VIII5/13; XIX/6/24
  • 12th Infantry: IV/3/23; XVII/6/FC, 17
  • 14th Infantry; XVII/6/17
  • 17th Infantry: XVII/6/11
  • 20th Infantry: XVII/6/17
  • 22d Infantry: VII/4/9; VII/6/21
  • 29th Infantry: IX/1/23/ XVII/6/18
  • 30th Infantry: XVII/6/16; XXI/1/31
  • 32d Infantry: Harper’s Weekly, December 14, 1861, page 791
  • 34th Infantry: I/2/23; XII/1/25; XVII/6/16; XIX/6/22,25; XVIII/4/16; XXII/2/38
  • 36th Infantry: IX/1/12
  • 44th Infantry: XVII/6/16
  • 46th Infantry: I/2/23; XIV/5/14-15
  • 52d Infantry: XVII/6/17
  • 72d Infantry: XVII/6/11
  • 100th Infantry: I/2/23; XVII/4/3; XVII/6/12-15
  • 129th Infantry: XVII/6/18
  • 5th Cavalry: VII/1/16
  • 7th Cavalry: VII/1/25
  • 8th Cavalry: XII/4/29; XVII/6/9
  • 9th Cavalry: XVII/6/10; XXI/1/24-27
  • 11th Cavalry: XVII/6/8

IOWA

  • 1st Infantry: Harper’s Weekly, August 21, 1861, page 604
  • 2d Infantry: VIII/3/21; XIX/3/21
  • 3d Infantry: XV/3/24
  • 4th Infantry: XV/3/31
  • 5th Infantry: XV/3/23
  • 6th Infantry: XV/3/29
  • 7th Infantry: XV/3/17; XV/3/15; XV/3/28/ X/6/32
  • 8th Infantry: XIX/3/23
  • 12th Infantry: XV/3/26; XV/3/20-21; XV/6/33
  • 14th Infantry: XIV/2/25
  • 18th Infantry: VI/2/29; XV/3/29
  • 19th Infantry: XV/3/29
  • 20th Infantry: XV/3/29
  • 21st Infantry: II/3/BC
  • 24th Infantry: XV/3/29
  • 25th Infantry: XV/3/24
  • 27th Infantry: XII/6/12
  • 28th Infantry: 1/2/23/ VII/2/24
  • 31st Infantry: XV/3/24
  • 36th Infantry: XV/3/29
  • 37th Infantry: XV/3/24
  • 1st Cavalry: XV/3/22
  • 3d Cavalry: XV/3/18; XV/3/23; XI/2/23-24; XIX/5/12
  • 4th Cavalry: XV/3/22
  • 8th Cavalry: XV/3/22; XV/3/27
  • 9th Cavalry: XXII/6/30
  • 3d Battery: XV/3/18

KANSAS

  • 5th Cavalry: V/4/22-24; XI/4/32
  • 7th Cavalry: VII/5/24; XX/5/19

KENTUCKY

  • 2d Infantry (US): IX/5/21
  • 4th Infantry (CS): XIX/2/19
  • 4th Mounted Infantry (US): XII/6/11
  • 6th Infantry (CS): XIX/2/19
  • 9th Infantry (CS): XVII/4/10-11
  • 10th Infantry (US): XVIII/6/8
  • 55th Infantry (US): IX/4/30-31
  • 2d Cavalry (CS): XI/65/30; XIII/5/10; XVII/5/13
  • 6th Cavalry (CS) VIII/2/25
  • 7th Cavalry (CS): VII/1/5
  • 8th Cavalry (US): XXII/2/12

LOUISIANA

  • 1st Infantry: XVIII/1/16
  • 2d Infantry: VII/5/9; IX/6/3
  • 3d Infantry: XII/4/9
  • 4th Infantry: XV/4/8; XVI/4/7
  • 9th Infantry: XVII/2/26
  • 10th Infantry: XIV/2/22; X/3/21
  • 11th Infantry: XIX/6/13
  • 12th Infantry: VI/3/11; XVI/2/36
  • 18th Infantry: VII/6/5-7
  • Louisiana Tigers: Harper’s Weekly, July 27, 1861, page 471; August 17, 1861, page 521
  • Coppen’s Zouaves: VII/2/10-12
  • Washington Light Artillery: XV/5/14; XI/1/24; XXII/4/35
  • Watson’s Battery: XII/4/26

MAINE

  • 1st Infantry: VI/6/17-18; IX/5/9: XXII/5/31
  • 2d Infantry: VI/6/17; XIV/1/21; VII/6/24: XXII/5/32
  • 3d Infantry: VI/6/17; IX/3/18
  • 4th Infantry: VI/6/18
  • 5th Infantry: VI/6/18
  • 6th Infantry: VI/6/18; VII/1/8; XV/5/20-25; XI/5/21; VIII/1/8; X/4/10
  • 19th Infantry: XX/2/27
  • 20th Infantry: VII/6/24; XVIII/1/16
  • 31st Infantry: VIII/1/14
  • 6th Artillery: IVC/3/30; III/1/14
  • 6th Battery: XX/2/27
  • 1st Heavy Artillery: V/3/27
  • 1st Cavalry: V/4/29; XVIII/3/21
  • 2d Cavalry: XVIII/3/13
  • Maine Coast Guard: VI/4/10; XVII/1/34

MARYLAND

  • Salem Zouaves: 1/2/19
  • Maryland Guard: I/2/26; X/5/FC; X/5/16-19
  • 1st Regiment/2d Battalion (CS): X/5/6-7; X/5/20-22; X/5/BC
  • 1st Infantry Eastern Shore (US): XV/4/23
  • 1st Cavalry (CS): X/5/23; X/5/25-27
  • 2d Cavalry (CS): X/5/23
  • 2d Battery (CS): X/5/15
  • 3d Battery (CS): X/5/14

MASSACHUSETTS

  • 1st Infantry: IV/3/15; VI/6/18; IX/5/10; VIII/3/14-15; XVIII/1/18 (Volume IV, issue number 3, page 15)
  • 2d Infantry: VIII/3/17; XVIII/1/23
  • 3d Infantry: XIX/2/35
  • 4th Infantry: XVII/6/24
  • 6th Infantry: I/2/26; VI/6/18
  • 7th Infantry: VI/6/18; XIX/3/23; XXII/3/15
  • 8th Infantry: III/1/11; VI/6/18
  • 8th MVM: XVIII/4/18
  • 9th Infantry: VI/3/23; XI/5/18
  • 10th Infantry: IX/5/11; XIX/4/18; XX/6/40-41; XXI/6/15
  • 11th Infantry: X/3/12; XVIII/5/15
  • 12th Infantry: III/4/29
  • 13th Infantry: XIV/2/24; IX/2/19
  • 14th Infantry: Harper’s Weekly, August 31, 1861, page 549
  • 15th Infantry: VI/2/11-14; IX/1/8; IX/1/19
  • 18th Infantry: XVII/6/25; XVIII/1/14; XX/3/40-41
  • 19th Infantry: VII/3/2/ XIII/1/25; XI/5/17-18; IX/5/23; XVIII/1/27
  • 20th Infantry (The Harvard Regiment): VXI/1/21; XI/1/31/ X/2/9; XVIII/1/29; XVIII/5/FC
  • 21st Infantry: VI/3/10; IX/1/25
  • 22d Infantry: VII/6/23; XIX/4/7
  • 23d Infantry: IV/3/11; V/6/19; VIII/5/18
  • 24th Infantry: XIV/5/11
  • 25th Infantry: XVIII/5/23
  • 26th Infantry: XV/4/12-15
  • 27th Infantry: II/6/28/ IX/5/20; IX/3/15
  • 28th Infantry: XIV/1/6-7; XI/5/19; XVII/4/14; XVIII/1/17
  • 30th Infantry: I/2/26; IV/3/25; VII/2/23; VII/3/FC/ XIII/3/14; XXII/6/34
  • 32d Infantry: VII/6/22; XXII/4/12; XXII/6/25
  • 33d Infantry: V3/25; XIX/4/22
  • 34th Infantry: XIV/6/15
  • 37th Infantry: VIII/1/9; VIII/1/11
  • 39th Infantry: XVII/6/24
  • 42d Infantry: III/4/27; IX/1/11
  • 43d Infantry: XXII/2/28-31
  • 44th Infantry: III/1/10; X/1/2; XVIII/5/14; XX/2/12
  • 45th Infantry: XII/6/20; IX/5/21
  • 46th Infantry: II/4/20
  • 52d Infantry: IX/5/18
  • 53d Infantry: XVIII/3/18-19; XIX/1/9/ XX/2/12
  • 56th Infantry: XV/5/7
  • 58th Infantry: V/3/19
  • 59th Infantry: XVI/6/13
  • 1st Cavalry: XI/1/30; XVIII/5/34-35; XXI/4/22-28
  • 2d Cavalry: V/6/9-13; XIII/5/12; XVIII/5/34
  • 3d Cavalry: IX/5/22; XVIII/3/18; XXII/4/13
  • 4th Cavalry: VIII/2/6-7; XVIII/5/32
  • 5th Cavalry: VII/1/6; XVIII/3/24
  • Read’s Company of Mounted Rangers: XXII/5/34
  • 4th Artillery: V/6/13
  • 6th Artillery: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, Vol. 2, page 180
  • 9th Artillery: III/3/10
  • 10th Artillery: III/3/9; VI/6/15
  • 1st Heavy Artillery: IV/2/7; III/3/12/ III/1/15; V/3/14; VII/4/25; IX/5/19; IX/5/27; IX/3/14; XVIII/5/14, 29
  • 2d Heavy Artillery: X/3/12; XXII/4/19
  • 3d Heavy Artillery: XIV/1/19
  • 4th Heavy Artillery: IX/1/11; VIII/3/24
  • Boston Rifle Co.: VI/6/18
  • National Lancers: XVIII/4/34
  • American Guard: XXI/4/4
  • Boston Light Artillery: XXI/4/4

MICHIGAN

  • 1st Infantry: VI/6/18-19; XVI/3/8
  • 1st Sharpshooters: XVI/3/20-23
  • 1st Colored Infantry: XVI/3/18
  • 2d Infantry: VI/6/19; XVI/3/8-9; XVI/3/11; XVI/3/14
  • 3d Infantry: VI/6/19; XVI/3/12; XVI/3/14; XVI/3/16; XX/4/24
  • 4th Infantry: I/3/21; IV/1/15; VI/6/19; XVI/3/10; XVI/3/12; XVI/3/37; VII/6/22; XVIII/1/15, 22
  • 5th Infantry: XVI/3/8; XVI/3/13; XVI/3/16; XVIII/1/17; XVIII/2/8-12; IXX/4/26
  • 6th Infantry: V/3/24; XVI/3/11; XVI/3/29
  • 7th Infantry: XVI/3/7/ XVI/3/12; XVI/3/16; XIV/1/12
  • 8th Infantry; VII/5/21; XVI/3/29
  • 9th Infantry: XVI/3/14
  • 10th Infantry: XVI/3/14
  • 11th Infantry: XVI/3/13; XVI/3/16
  • 12th Infantry: XVI/3/10; XIX/1/16
  • 16th Infantry: XVI/3/8-10; XVI/3/29
  • 17th Infantry: XVI/3/9; XIV/2/3
  • 21st Infantry: XVI/3/17
  • 22d Infantry: XXII/4/16
  • 23d Infantry: XVI/3/11
  • 24th Infantry: XVI/3/15; XIX/4/26-29
  • 26th Infantry: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, Vol. 8, page 255
  • 1st Cavalry: II/6/28; VII/1/15; XVIII/1-30-31; XVIII/3/20
  • 2d Cavalry: VII/1/14
  • 3d Cavalry: VIII/1/3; XXI/1/46
  • 4th Cavalry: XVI/3/31
  • 5th Cavalry: VII/1/8-15; XVI/3/31-33
  • 6th Cavalry: VII/1/8-15; XVI/3/31-32; IX/1/12; XVII/3/18
  • 7th Cavalry: VII/1/7
  • 8th Cavalry: XVI/3/34; XIV/6/29
  • 9th Cavalry: VII/5/28
  • Rankin’s Lancers: XVI/3/35
  • 1st Engineers: XVI/3/19; XVII/3/18: XXII/5/19

MINNESOTA

  • 1st Infantry: II/4/20; VI/6/19; XVII/3/27; XVIII/1/18
  • 2d Infantry: XVII/1/22; XXI/1/34-36
  • 3d Infantry: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, Volume 2, page 343
  • 8th Infantry: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, Volume 3, page 247
  • 9th Infantry: XV/4/25
  • 11th Infantry: XVI/1/FC
  • 1st Mounted Rifles: XVIII/4/31
  • 1st Mounted Rangers: XXII/3/12
  • Brackett’s Cavalry Battalion: XVII/5/11

MISSISSIPPI

  • 2d Infantry: Harper’s Weekly, August 3, 1861, page 493
  • 2d Infantry Battalion: XXII/6/15
  • 3d Infantry; IV/1/14
  • 4th Infantry: XIX/2/17
  • 6th Infantry: IX/1/10
  • 9th Infantry: XIII/3/10; XII/4/7
  • 12th Infantry: XII/3/29; XII/4/16
  • 13th Infantry: XI/5/29
  • 15th Infantry: XIII/3/27
  • 17th Infantry: XII/4/7; IX/6/6-11; XXI/4/18
  • 19th Infantry: XVII/2/20
  • 27th Infantry: XIII/3/11
  • 29th Infantry: XVI/2/22-23
  • 36th Infantry: III/1/14
  • 1st Cavalry: XX/2/30
  • 2d State Cavalry: XX/6/9
  • 8th Cavalry: XVII/2/20
  • 1st Light Artillery: XII/3/12
  • Issaqueha Battery: XV/3/13

MISSOURI

  • State Guard: XVI/2/12-14; XII/4/15; XVII/4/FC
  • 1st Infantry (CS): XVII/5/21
  • 2d Infantry (US): XVIII/3/17
  • 11th Infantry (US): XVIII/2/32
  • 13th Infantry (US): XVIII/6/13
  • 15th Infantry (US): XII/6/18-23
  • 23d Infantry (US): XIX/4/16
  • 26th Infantry (US): XII/6/22
  • 31st Infantry (US): XII/6/23
  • 1st Independent Battery, Light Artillery (US): VIII/4/25
  • 1st Cavalry (US): XXII/4/15
  • 2d Cavalry (CS): XII/4/19
  • Bissell’s Regiment of the West: XXII/5/20

NEVADA

  • 1st Infantry: XXII/3/38
  • 1st Cavalry: XV/2/27
  • Carson City Guard: XV/2/28-29

NEW HAMPSHIRE

  • 2d Infantry: V/4/17-18; XVIII/1/12-14; XX/4/36 (Volume V, issue number 4, pages 17-18)
  • 3d Infantry: V/3/24; V/3/17; IX/1/12,19
  • 4th Infantry: V/4/19; V/6/15
  • 5th Infantry: V/4/17; V/4/19
  • 6th Infantry: XXII/4/28
  • 7th Infantry: XXII/4/22
  • 8th Infantry: II/4/21; XVI/6/11
  • 10th Infantry: XI/5/17
  • 12th Infantry: III/4/15; IX/3/27; VIII/3/25
  • 13th Infantry: III/6/15; VIII/3/23
  • 14th Infantry: III/1/14; XXII/2/25-27
  • 16th Infantry: VI/4/7
  • 1st Heavy Artillery: XXII/4/21
  • 1st Cavalry: VIII/5/10

NEW JERSEY

  • 1st Infantry: VI/6/19; VIII/1/10; XIV/3/14; VIII/1/10
  • 2d Infantry: VI/6/19; XIV/3/14; XII/4/3
  • 3d Infantry: XIV/3/14, XIII/4/24; Lampoon issue
  • 4th Infantry: VI/1/18; IX/5/22
  • 5th Infantry: XII/2/7/ XII/2/11
  • 6th Infantry: XII/2/11
  • 7th Infantry: XII/2/11
  • 10th Infantry: XVI/5/6-13
  • 12th Infantry: XII/4/19; XI/2/18-22
  • 13th Infantry: VIII/3/19
  • 15th Infantry: II/6/6-11; I/2/7/13; V/4/13; XVII/4/28; XVII/5/30-32
  • 33d Infantry: X/2/16-24; XX/4/32
  • 34th Infantry: XVIII/3/27-31
  • 35th Infantry: IV/3/24; VII/2/23; X/2/16-24
  • 1st Cavalry: XI/1/8-9; IX/5/22
  • 2d Cavalry: III/4/BC
  • 3d Cavalry (1st Hussars): II/5/2; II/3/19; XVI/4/27; XII/4/6-7; XVI/5/5/ IX/5/19; VIII/2/FC/ XVII/4/25

NEW MEXICO

  • 1st Cavalry: XVIII/6/28

NEW YORK

  • 2d State Militia: VIII/1/21
  • 5th State Militia: Harper’s Weekly, August 31, 1861, page 553
  • 6th State Militia: IV/3/10
  • 7th State Militia: III/6/10; III/4/14; VI/6/20; XV/1/21; XIII/5/30-31; IX/1/9; X/1/19; XVII/3/34; XIX/1/19; XX/5/32-27
  • 8th State Militia: VI/6/20-21; IX/5/11
  • 9th State Militia: VI/6/23; XII/5/28-29
  • 10th State Militia: X/1/24
  • 11th State Militia: XX/2/FC
  • 12th State Militia: I/2/18; III/4/14; VI/6/20-21; IX/5/20
  • 13th State Militia: I/2/19-25; VII/3/6; XIII/6/6
  • 14th State Militia: I/2/18; V/6/18-19; VII/2/21; XIV/5/BC; XIII/1/27; XIII/4/26-27; XIV/1/21; XIX/4/16; IX/5/28; IX/2/24-25; XVII/3/35; XVIII/4/15, 17; XX/4/39
  • 20th State Militia: I/5/11; IV/2/21; II/6/29; VII/5/5; X/4/13; IX/5/11; XVIII/1/27
  • 22d State Militia: X/3/28; X/1/24; XV/4/29; XIX/1/15; XIX/4/20; XXI/6/19
  • 23d State Militia: XI/4/20
  • 37th State Militia: X/1/21
  • 47th State Militia: X/1/19
  • 50th State Militia: XIX/4/8
  • 51st State Militia: IV/3/18
  • 55th State Militia: VIII/1/23; XX/2/40-41
  • 69th State Militia: XI/5/26-27; IX/5/15
  • 71st State Militia: V/6/23; VI/6/22; VIII/1/20; IX/5/28; XVIII/6/9
  • 79th State Militia: VIII/1/24; XI/2/28-29; XVIII/6/17
  • 84th State Militia: XVIII/4/20
  • 1st Infantry: Harper’s Weekly, June 29, 1861, page 407
  • 1st Battalion, Sharpshooters: VIII/5/8
  • 3d Infantry: XI/4/20; IX/5/11
  • 4th Infantry: Harper’s Weekly, June 29, 1861, page 410
  • 5th Infantry (Duryea’s Zouaves): I/2/20; I/3/14; IV/3/11-19; V/6/16; IX/5/10; V/6/20; VII/2/20; XV/5/7; XIII/1/18-19; XIII/1/24; X/6/12-22; X/4/11; XVIII/4/12; XIX/6/FC, 24
  • 7th Infantry: I/3/20; XX/5/16
  • 8th Infantry: IX/5/8/ XVI/5/31
  • 9th Infantry (Hawkin’s Zouaves): I/2/25; VI/3/11-13; III/3/31; XV/5/7; X/2/25; XIII/1/11
  • 10th Infantry: I/2/21; I/6/28; I/2/17; IV/3/18; XIX/6/29; XIX/3/3; XVIII/3/8
  • 11th Infantry: I/2/20; IX/5/9; VI/6/20
  • 12th Infantry: VI/6/20-21
  • 13th Infantry: VI/6/20-21
  • 14th Infantry: VI/6/21; XVI/6/27
  • 16th Infantry: V/6/21; XVI/2/22
  • 17th Infantry: VI/5/21; XVIII/4/14; XXI/5/14
  • 18th Infantry: V/1/28/ VI/6/21
  • 19th Infantry: VI/6/21
  • 20th Infantry: IX/5/10, 24; XVII/3/34; XX/6/44-45
  • 21st Infantry: VI/6/21; IX/3/25; XXI/5/7
  • 22d Infantry: VI/4/14
  • 24th Infantry: IX/4/19; XXI/5/13
  • 26th Infantry: VI/6/21
  • 27th Infantry: XI/4/23
  • 28th Infnatry: VI/6/21; XI/4/23
  • 31st Infantry: VI/6/21/ VIII/4/25; XVIII/6/36-37
  • 33d Infantry: V/5/13; VI/6/21; IX/5/14
  • 34th Infantry: V/3/26; VI/6/21; XXI/5/29-30; XXII/4/27
  • 35th Infantry: V/3/26; VI/6/21; XIX/1/16; XXI/5/13
  • 36th Infantry: VI/6/21
  • 37th Infantry: VI/6/21-22; IX/5/20
  • 38th Infantry: V/6/22
  • 39th Infantry: III/3/31; VI/6/21; XXII/1/19
  • 40th Infantry: III/1/32-35; VI/6/22; IX/3/19; XVIII/1/16; XXII/3/31
  • 41st Infantry: VI/6/22
  • 42d Infantry: XVI/3/12
  • 44th Infantry: I/2/21-26; I/6/30; V/5/31; XI/4/19; XIII/1/27; XVIII/1/19: XXII/5/35
  • 45th Infantry: XXI/5/20-23; XXII/6/33
  • 46th Infantry: XXII/2/35
  • 49th Infantry: IX/3/15
  • 51st Infantry: III/6/14; XI/4/23
  • 53d Infantry; VII/2/19
  • 55th Infantry: XXII/1/19
  • 56th Infantry: XIII/5/29; VII/3/29; XVII/3/28-29; XIX/1/8
  • 57th Infantry: VI/5/31; IX/5/23
  • 58th Infantry: XI/4/23; XXII/1/19
  • 59th Infantry: XVIII/1/29
  • 61st Infantry: XII/5/23-27; IX/1/27
  • 62d Infantry: XV/2/18; XV/5/BC/ XII/6/31; XX/6/20
  • 63d Infantry: XII/3/30; XVII/4/13
  • 64th Infantry: III/6/14; VI/2/28; XI/2/25; VIII/3/16; VIII/6/11-13
  • 65th Infantry: II/5/27; XXI/1/39
  • 66th Infantry: VII/6/19; XVIII/1/18
  • 68th Infantry: II/3/30
  • 69th Infantry: IV/5/16-24; VII/6/18; VI/6/22; XI/5/20/ XVII/4/15
  • 71st Infantry: VI/6/22
  • 72d Infantry: XXII/4/24
  • 73d Infantry; IV/3/21; VIII/5/21
  • 74th Infantry: 1/2/16
  • 75th Infantry: XI/4/20
  • 76th Infantry: IX/1/23; XXI/1/48
  • 79th Infantry: IV/2/6; VI/1/5-13; VI/6/22; XXII/1/19
  • 81st Infantry: XIV/5/10
  • 82d Infantry: IV/6/22
  • 83d Infantry: IV/6/22; IX/3/31; XVII/4/22
  • 84th Infantry: VI/6/22-23
  • 85th Infantry: XII/2/24
  • 93d Infantry: XX/4/34; XX/5/5
  • 94th Infantary: XVIII/1/28
  • 102d Infantry: VIII/3/18; IX/5/23; IX/5/28
  • 108th Infantry: XVIII/1/24
  • 110th Infantry: XXI/5/32
  • 114th Infantry: XIV/1/10; XX/5/31
  • 117th Infantry: VI/4/5; VIII/1/15
  • 118th Infantry: XXII/4/28
  • 120th Infantry: II/6/29
  • 121st Infantry: XIX/3/22
  • 122d Infantry: IX/3/15
  • 123d Infantry: XI/4/18; XI/4/24
  • 124th Infantry; V/1/5-12
  • 127th Infantry; X/2/BC
  • 134th Infantry: XVIII/1/9-10
  • 140th Infantry: I/2/21-26; XV/5/7
  • 142d Infantry: VIII/1/15
  • 143d Infantry; XI/4/25
  • 144th Infantry: XX/4/40
  • 146th Infantry: I/2/21-26; IV/3/21; V/6/FC/ VII/2/22; XI/2/BC/ XI/1/26; XIV/5/23; XIII/1/23-24; XIII/5/11; IX/5/FC, 20; XVIII/1/35; XVIII/4/15; XIX/4/12
  • 147th Infantry; XVIII/1/1, 10
  • 149th Infantry: IV/2/9
  • 150th Infantry: IX/5/18
  • 151st Infantry: IX/5/19;
  • 153d Infantry: VIII/3/23
  • 154th Infantry: XVI/6/13; XVI/6/17-19, XIII/1/14-15; IX/2/FC, 26-27; XVIII/4/3; XVIII1/12
  • 164th Infantry: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, Vol. 8, page 233
  • 165th Infantry: I/2/21-26; IV/1/10-18; V/2/26; XV/5/7; XI/4/18; IX/5/21; IX/1/14-15
  • 170th Infantry: XI/5/18-19; XIX/3/21
  • 174th Infantry: XX/2/28
  • Enfants Perdus: XVIII/3/21
  • Phoenix Zouaves: XXII/1/18
  • 1st National Guard: XVI/6/30
  • 10th National Guard: XVI/6/30
  • 12th National Guard: V/3/7
  • 1st Artillery: III/6/12; IX/5/22
  • 1st Heavy Artillery: XXI/6/5
  • 1st Independent Battery: XVIII/1/27
  • 1st Marine Artillery: XXII/6/31-32
  • 2d Independent Battery: XUX/4/12
  • 2d Heavy Artillery: XXI/5/33-34
  • 3d Light Artillery: XIX/5/22-27
  • 5th Heavy Artillery: XIX/5/10
  • 7th Heavy Artillery: XI/5/20
  • 9th Heavy Artillery: XIII/4/20
  • 11th Independent Battery: III/6/12
  • 13th Heavy Artillery: XII/2/26
  • 14th Heavy Artillery: XII/2/26
  • 16th Heavy Artillery: XI/4/21
  • 17th Independent Battery: XX/5/44
  • 17th Light Artillery: XXII/4/17
  • 18th Battery, Light Artillery: IZX/3/12
  • 23d Independent Battery: IX/5/18
  • 27th Light Artillery: XXII/4/27
  • 1st Marine Artillery: V/2/29
  • 1st Mounted Rifles: XV/4/27; IX/5/20
  • 2d Mounted Rifles: II/4/13-15; IX/5/22; XVIII/3/1; XX/5/43
  • 1st Cavalry: III/6/13; XI/4/14-15; IX/5/19
  • 2d Cavalry: X/1/20; XXII/1/6
  • 4th Cavalry: VII/1/5; XVI/6/13; IX/5/22; XXII/1/18
  • 6th Cavalry: III/6/10
  • 7th Cavalry: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, Vol. 9, pages 14-15
  • 8th Cavalry: III/6/12
  • 10th Cavalry: XVII/5/12; XXI/5/18-19
  • 11th Cavalry: XVII/3/21
  • 22d Cavalry: XII/2/21
  • 24th Cavalry: III/6/11
  • 2d Harris Light Cavalry: III/2/3
  • 1st Dragoons: IX/5/17
  • 1st Engineers: XII/5/10; IX/5/16; XIX/4/24; XXII/5: XXII/5/15
  • 15th Engineers: XI/1/20/ VIII/6/14-15; XXII/5: XXII/5/16
  • 50th Engineers: IX/5/24; XXII/5: XXII/5/17
  • Union Continentals: XXI/5/9-11

NORTH CAROLINA

  • 1st Sharpshooters: VII/3/FC, IX/1/9 (Volume VII, issue number 3, Front Cover)
  • 1st Infantry: XIV/2/13; XVII/4/17; XIX/2/13
  • 2d Infantry: XVII/2/31; XIII/1/6
  • 5th Infantry: XII/4/27; XI/3/BC
  • 6th Infantry: III/2/FC, XIX/1/FC; XIX/2/22-28
  • 11th Infantry: XIII/1/2
  • 12th Infantry: XIV/2/15; XI/3/14
  • 13th Infantry: XVII/2/28; XI/3/17; XVIII/1/8; XVIII/1/11
  • 14th Infantry: XVI/2/27; XI/3/21
  • 16th Infantry: XVI/2/31; XI/3/29
  • 18th Infantry: II/5/28; XVI/2/29; XI/5/12
  • 20th Infantry: XVI/2/26; XI/3/17; XI/3/23
  • 21st Infantry: XI/3/25; XI/3/31
  • 22d Infantry: XIV/3/7-8; XIII/1/9; XI/3, 13, 15
  • 23d Infantry: XVII/2/25; S\XVII/2/27; XI/3/15; XI/5/12; IX/6/31
  • 24th Infantry: XV/4/7; XI/3/FC/ XI/3/26
  • 25th Infantry: XI/3/22
  • 26th Infantry: V/3/17; XIII/1/10-11; XI/3/16-17; XI/3/23-24; XI/3/31; XI/5/12-13; X/1/FC; X/1/5/11; IX/6/30
  • 27th Infantry: XV/4/221-22; XI/3/BC; XI/3/9, 31
  • 28th Infantry; IX/6/30; XVII/5/21
  • 29th Infantry: XI/3/28
  • 30th Infantry; XVI/2/28; XII/4/11; XI/3/14
  • 31st Infantry: XI/3/22
  • 32d Infantry: XVII/4/24
  • 34th Infantry: XVI/2/28; XIV/3/6; XIII/1/7; XI/3/30; IX/6/29
  • 35th Infantry: XVII/2/36; XIV/3/8
  • 37th Infantry: XI/3/19
  • 38th Infantry: XIV/3/9; XI/3/17, 21; XVIII/1/28
  • 39th Infantry: XI/3/28
  • 42d Infantry; III/2/19; XX/4/11
  • 43d Infantry: XVIII/1/25
  • 44th Infantry: XIV/2/12
  • 45th Infantry: XVIII/1/27-28
  • 46th Infantry: XVI/2/25; XII/4/17; XI/3/14
  • 47th Infantry: XIV/2/14; XI/3/16; XVIII/5/25
  • 48th Infantry: XVI/2/FC; XVI/3/22; XI/5/13
  • 49th Infantry: XVII/5/14; XX/4/9
  • 50th Infantry: XI/3/22-23
  • 53d Infantry: XVII/5/16
  • 57th Infantry: XVIII/1/22; XI/3/24
  • 58th Infantry: XI/3/29
  • 61st Infantry: XI/3/24
  • 64th Infantry: XI/3/27
  • 66th Infantry: XI/3/6
  • 70th Infantry: XIX/2/18
  • 72d Infantry: XVII/2/30
  • 1st State Troops: XIV/2/11; XIV/2/14
  • 3d State Troops: XI/3/23
  • 4th State Troops: XVI/2/33; XI/3/21
  • 5th State Troops; XI/3/36
  • 6th State Troops: XI/3/9, 16, 22; IX/6/28
  • 8th State Troops: VII/3/5; XIV/2/12; XX/4/10
  • Thomas’ Legion: XI/3/29
  • 1st Cavalry: XVII/2/32; XVI/2/30; XI/3/10-11, 13
  • 4th Cavalry: XI/3/11
  • 5th Cavalry: XIX/6/15
  • 7th Cavalry: XI/3/11
  • 1st Artillery: XIV/3/8; XI/3/18-19; XX/4/10
  • 3d Artillery: XX/4/9
  • Rowan Artillery: XI/3/18
  • Ellis Light Artillery: XI/3/19
  • 2d Mounted Infantry (US): VII/4/27

OHIO

  • 1st Infantry: VI/6/23
  • 2d Infantry: VI/6/23
  • 4th Infantry: Harper’s Weekly, June 29, 1861, page 411
  • 7th Infantry: XXII/3/29
  • 8th Infantry: XVIII/1/26
  • 10th Infantry: III/1/16-18
  • 12th Infantry: Harper’s Weekly, June 29, 1861, page 411, October 5, 1861, page 626
  • 16th Infantry: XXII/5/37
  • 20th Infantry: II/4/19
  • 22d Infantry; XVII/6/13; XIX/5/20-21
  • 27th Infantry; III/1/12
  • 30th Infantry: XX/4/36
  • 34th Infantry: XV/3/26; XIX/6/24
  • 36th Infantry: XII/6/14
  • 42d Infantry: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, Vol. 1, page 363
  • 43d Infantry: XIII/6/8
  • 46th Infantry: VIII/3/21
  • 49th Infantry: VII/3/22-25
  • 53d Infantry: I/2/23; VIII/5/19
  • 54th Infantry: XIII/1/23
  • 54th National Guard: XVI/4/20-22
  • 55th Infantry: XVIII/1/16, 32
  • 58th Infantry: XVI/6/33
  • 62d Infantry: XIX/5/14
  • 63d Infantry: III/1/13
  • 65th Infantry: III/4/27; XIV/6/14; XXII/4/37
  • 72d Infantry: XIII/1/23
  • 73d Infantry: XVIII/1/11
  • 76th Infantry: I/2/23; XI/5/24
  • 77th Infantry: XVI/4/12
  • 78th Infantry: II/4/19
  • 81st Infantry: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, volume 2, page 153
  • 92d Infantry: XIV/6/21
  • 93d Infantry: IV/3/8
  • 95th Infantry: XVII/1/20-21
  • 96th Infantry: X/4/11; XVII/4/22
  • 98th Infantry: IX/4/18
  • 103d Infantry: V/2/22-24
  • 104th Infantry: XV/5/18-19
  • 107th Infantry: XIX/3/21; XXII/6/16-20
  • 115th Infantry: XVI/6/20-22; XIII/6/8
  • 125th Infantry: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, volume 2, pages 102, 117, 265
  • 127th Infantry: III/5/13
  • 163d Infantry: XII/6/20
  • 183d Infantry: XXII/3/37
  • 2d Cavalry: XIX/4/23
  • 3d Cavalry: VII/5/22
  • 4th Cavalry: XVIII/6/9
  • 5th Cavalry: I/5/FC, 1/6/FC, XV/4/26; XIV/6/28; XVIII/5/32
  • 6th Cavalry: XVIII/5/10; XIX/4/22
  • Union Light Guard: XXII/4/35
  • 1st Light Artillery: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, Vol. 8, page 249

PENNSYLVANIA

  • 1st Infantry: VI/6/23
  • 4th Infantry: VI/6/23
  • 5th Infantry: VI/6/23
  • 10th Infantry: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, Volume 1, page 331
  • 15th Infantry: XXII/3/9
  • 17th Infantry: IX/5/9; VIII/4/9
  • 23d Infantry (Birney’s Zouaves): I/2/22-25; IV/3/22; V/6/17/ XIII/1/23 VIII/4/13; XVIII/1/25
  • 25th Infantry: IV/6/23
  • 28th Infantry: IV/1/18
  • 29th Infantry: IV/1/19; VIII/3/24
  • 30th Infantry/1st Reserves: IV/4/4-7; VIII/4/8; VIII/4/26
  • 31st Infantry/2d Reserves: V/3/7; IV/1/20
  • 34th Infantry/5th Reserves: XVIII/1/19
  • 35th Infantry/6th Reserves: XVIII/1/19
  • 36th Infantry/7th Reserves: VI/3/13; IX/2/30
  • 37th Infantry/8th Reserves: V/3/7; VIII/4/23
  • 39th Infantry/10th Reserves: XVII/4/16
  • 40th Infantry/11th Reserves: VIII/4/27
  • 42d Infantry/13th Reserves: II/1/18; V/3/8; II/1/16; XIX/1/15; XX/2/30
  • 47th Infantry: VI/3/9
  • 48th Infantry: VII/1/13; VIII/1/13
  • 49th Infantry: VI/3/9; XIX/1/13
  • 50th Infantry: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, volume 1, page 355
  • 50th Militia: XXII/6/21-22
  • 51st Infantry: III/4/10-13; XVI/6/7; XVII/5/9; XX/6/13
  • 53d Infantry: IX/1/19
  • 57th Infantry: VI/3/13
  • 62d Infantry: IVC/1/23; IX/5/13; IX/1/6-7; VIII/4/14
  • 69th Infantry: VI/5/6
  • 71st Infantry (1st California): IV/1/21
  • 72d Infantry (Baxter’s Fire Zouaves): I/2/22-26; IV/3/12; IV/3/22, V/6/21; XV/5/7; XI/6/27; XIV/1/12; XVIII/3/2; XX/2/29
  • 75th Infantry: IX/5/24
  • 76th Infantry: I/2/17; V/6/19
  • 78th Infantry: VIII/4/10
  • 79th Infantry: XIX/1/16
  • 83d Infantry: IV/3/15; VI/4/9; XII/1/FC; XII/1/20-29; IX/5/27; VII/5/23; XVIII/1/19
  • 84th Infantry: XVII/5/25
  • 91st Infantry: XVIII/1/15
  • 93d Infantry: VI/4/10; VI/4/15; XXII/6/26-28
  • 95th Infantry: IV/3/13; I/1/21; V/6/21; XVI/4/32; XIII/1/26-27; VIII/4/13, 30; XVIII/4/14
  • 96th Infantry: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, volume 1, page 168
  • 99th Infantry: IX/5/18; XIX/4/17
  • 104th Infantry: XIV/6/21; XIII/5/16-23; VIII/4/28
  • 105th Infantry: XVII/2/29; VII/6/21
  • 110th Infantry: IV/2/24; XI/5/7; XVIII/1/15
  • 111th Infantry: XX/4/40
  • 114th Infantry (Collis’ Zouaves): I/2/14, 22; I/3/BC; I/4/BC/ V/6/21; XVI/6/27; XII/6/18; XIII/1/20,26; XIII/1/29; IX/5/23; XVIII/4/13; XIX/6/26
  • 121st Infantry: XVIII/1/11
  • 140th Infantry: X/4/23; VIII/4/7; VIII/4,27
  • 141st Infantry; XVI/6/12; XVIII/1/4
  • 143d Infantry: XVIII/1/11; XXI/1/47
  • 148th Infantry: I/6/BC; XXII/3/36
  • 149th Infantry: II/1/20; XV/2/6-11; XIV/1/10; VIII/6/16-25; VIII/6/27-29
  • 150th Infantry: II/1/21; XVI/4/24-25
  • 151st Infantry: XVIII/1/10
  • 155th Infantry: 1/2/FC/ VIII/4/12
  • 174th Infantry: XIII/1/20
  • 187th Infantry: XXII/4/24
  • 190th Infantry: V/3/3
  • 191st Infantry: VI/4/12
  • 192d Infantry: VIII/4/26
  • 195th Infantry: XXII/4/15
  • 198th Infantry: VIII/4/28
  • 201st Infantry: VIII/4/6
  • 203d Infantry: IX/4/3, VIII/4/30
  • 1st Infantry, Reserve Brigade: IV/2/22-23
  • 7th Emergency Militia: VII/6/25
  • 18th Emergency Militia: VIII/4/7
  • 50th Emergency Militia: XXII/6/21-22
  • 1st Artillery: VIII/4/29
  • 1st Independent Artillery: XXII/5/33
  • 2d Heavy Artillery: XIX/6/40
  • 3d Heavy Artillery: XVIII/2/17
  • Battery F, Independent Battery: VIII/3/18
  • Battery G, Light: XXII/2/39
  • Battery H, 1st Artillery: XX/2/4; XXI/6/17
  • 1st Cavalry: XII/6/23
  • 4th Cavalry: XVIII/3/25
  • 6th Cavalry (Rush’s Lancers): I/3/BC; IV/2/11; VII/1/23; VIII/4/18; XIX/6/32-33
  • 7th Cavalry: II/3/3; VIII/4/18; XVII/5/9
  • 9th Cavalry: XVI/6/12; VIII/4/18
  • 11th Cavalry: VII/1/25; VIII/4/22
  • 13th Cavalry: I/4/12
  • 14th Cavalry: VII/5/25
  • 15th Cavalry: V/5/14-15; VIII/4/17; XX/2/31
  • 18th Cavalry: II/4/31
  • 21st Cavalry: XVIII/3/9
  • 22d Cavalry: VII/1/22; VIII/4/17, 23
  • Anderson Troop: XII/2/29
  • Philadelphia National Guard: XVIII/4/8-9

RHODE ISLAND

  • 1st Infantry: II/5/28; V/6/20; VI/6/23; X/6/28; X/1/19; IX/1/19; VIII/5/18
  • 3d Infantry: VI/6/22
  • 4th Infantry: V/3/15; XIX/4/6
  • 10th Infantry: X/1/23
  • 11th Infantry: XVIII/5/24
  • 37th Infantry: XXII/6/37
  • Burnside Zouaves: I/2/19; IV/3/12
  • 1st Light Artillery: V/3/BC
  • 4th Artillery: I/1/19
  • 14th Colored Heavy Artillery: XI/6/29
  • 2d Cavalry: XXII/4/13
  • 3d Cavalry: V/3/19

SOUTH CAROLINA

  • 25th Militia: XVII/2/9
  • 1st Infantry: XI/6/9, 13
  • 1st Rifles: XV/5/14; XVI/2/35; X/3/23-27; XIX/6/20-21
  • 2d Rifles: XI/6/20
  • 3d Infantry: III/2/17-20; XV/1/BC; XII/1/9; XVIII/5/13; XX/3/35
  • 3d Infantry Battalion: XI/6/14, 18
  • 4th Infantry: Harper’s Weekly, August 10, 1861, page 509
  • 5th Infantry: XI/6/7
  • 6th Infantry: XI/6/19
  • 7th Infantry: XVI/4/31; XII/6/28; XI/6/15; XVIII/1/13; XIX/2/18
  • 7th Infantry Battalion: XVII/2/10
  • 8th Infantry: XI/6/15; XVIII/1/14
  • 9th Infantry: XI/6/7
  • 10th Infantry: XIX/1/17-19
  • 12th Infantry: XXII/6/23-24
  • 14th Infantry: XI/6/20
  • 15th Infantry: XII/4/6; XI/6/14
  • 16th Infantry: XI/6/12
  • 17th Infantry: XI/6/28
  • 18th Infantry: XV/6/15
  • 19th Infantry: XIX/1/17-19
  • 20th Infantry: XVII/2/17; XI/6/13
  • 21st Infantry; XI/6/12-13; XI/6/21
  • 23d Infantry: XII/6/29; XI/6/18
  • 26th Infantry: XII/2/3; XI/6/20
  • 27th Infantry: XI/6/8
  • 28th Infantry Battalion: XI/6/18
  • Charleston Zouaves: IV/3/20
  • Hampton’s Legion: XIII/3/8; XI/1/12
  • 1st Artillery: XI/6/8-9; XI/6/ 19, 20
  • Palmetto Battery: XI/6/6
  • Washington Artillery: Harper’s Weekly, February 1, 1861, page 76
  • 1st Cavalry: XII/6/29
  • 4th Cavalry: XI/6/17
  • 5th Cavalry: XX/4/35
  • 6th Cavalry: XII/4/17; XI/6/16
  • 7th Cavalry: XI/6/17

TENNESSEE

  • 1st Infantry: III/5/29 (volume III, issue number 5, page 29)
  • 4th Infantry; III/2/30
  • 5th Infantry: XVIOI/2/22; XVI/4/9-11
  • 7th Infantry: XVIII/1/25
  • 13th Infantry: XVII/2/FC
  • 20th Infantry: XVI/1/37
  • 26th Infantry: XII/2/16-17
  • 37th Infantry; XII/4/11
  • 45th Infantry: II/2/29
  • 49th Infantry: XII/3/24
  • 63d Infantry: XII/2/18
  • 1st Artillery: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, volume 5, page 65
  • 5th Cavalry (US): XXII/4/24
  • 7th Cavalry: XII/4/19
  • 4th Mounted Infantry (US): XI/5/31

TEXAS

  • 1st Infantry: I/6/25
  • 1st Sharpshooters: XIII/3/10
  • 4th Infantry: XVII/2/15
  • 5th Infantry: XIII/3/FC; XII/4/27; XX/6/12
  • 9th Infantry: XX/2/31-32
  • 17th Infantry: XII/4/22
  • 2d Cavalry Battalion: XII/4/10
  • 3d Cavalry: IX/6/26
  • 4th Cavalry: III/6/3
  • 8th Cavalry: VII/1/4
  • 9th Cavalry: XVII/2/BC
  • 30th Cavalry: XI/5/25

VERMONT

  • 1st Infantry: XIII/2/7-8
  • 2d Infantry: VI/4/7; VI/6/23; VIII/1/9; XIII/2/16; XIII/2/20; XIII/2/31; IX/4/FC/ VIII/1/9
  • 3d Infantry; VIII/1/11; XII/2/8; XIII/2/19; XIII/2/21-23; XIII/2/28; IX/4/26-27; VIII/1/11
  • 4th Infantry: II/4/28; V/3/27; VIII/1/10; XIV/3/18; XIII/1/FC/ XII/2/23; VIII/1/10
  • 5th Infantry: XV/2/20; XV/3/20; XIII/2/18; XIII/2/25; IX/3/10
  • 6th Infantry: IV/2/9; II/4/25; VII/4/30; XII/2/BC/ XIII/2/1; XIII/2/1; XIII/2/21-22; XIII/2/24; XIII/2/26-27; XIII/2/29
  • 7th Infantry: II/4/16; XI/4/7; XXII/4/28
  • 8th Infantry; XIII/2/10; XIII/2/14; XIII/2/28; X/4/12
  • 9th Infantry: XIII/2/10; VIII/3/25
  • 10th Infantry: VIII/1/8; XIII/2/11-12; XIII/2/14; XIII/2/28; VII/6/21; VIII/1/8
  • 11th Infantry: VIII/1/10; XIII/2/14; VIII/1/10
  • 15th Infantry: XIII/2/11
  • 17th Infantry: VII/5/FC
  • 1st Cavalry: VI/4/6; VII/1/5/ XIII/2/9; XIII/2/12-14; IX/3/10; XVIII/5/30; XIX/.6/39; XXI/1/47

VIRGINIA

  • 1st Infantry: IX/3/25
  • 2d Infantry: IV/6/15
  • 5th Infantry Battalion: XII/4/28
  • 6th Infantry: Miller’s Photographic History of the Civil War, volume 8, page 383
  • 11th Infantry: XVII/3/9-14; XVII/5/4; XXII/3/21
  • 14th Infantry: XIII/5/10
  • 15th Infantry: XIX/4/12
  • 18th Infantry: XX/4/39
  • 21st Infantry: XII/4/FC; XVII/3/15
  • 23d Infantry: XII/6/13; IX/6/27
  • 28th Infantry: XX/4/34
  • 30th Sharpshooter Battalion: XIII/3/12; XVIII/3/2
  • 37th Infantry: IV/2/28
  • 38th Infantry; XIX/2/14
  • 44th Infantry: XIX/2/16
  • 53d Infantry: XIII/3/BC
  • 54th Infantry: VI/5/8-9
  • 56th Infantry: XVII/2/14
  • 58th Infantry: XVII/1/23; XIV/6/12; IX/6/23
  • 2d Cavalry: XV/5/14; XVII/3/14
  • 4th Cavalry: XVII/2/25
  • 6th Cavalry: IV/6/19; XII/4/18; XIX/1/4
  • 8th Cavalry: VII/1/21
  • 10th Cavalry: III/5/9
  • 12th Cavalry: XVII/2/33
  • 15th Cavalry: XIV/1/8; XVIII/3/23
  • 25th Cavalry: XX/4/34
  • 37th Cavalry; XVII/2/24
  • 46th Cavalry Battalion: XV/5/13
  • Alleghney Artillery: XVIII/1/23
  • Breathed’s Battery: XVIII/3/23
  • Lynchburg Artillery: XVII/3/14
  • Purcell’s Battery: XII/2/21
  • Richmond Howitzers: XVI/2/19

WEST VIRGINIA

  • 1st Cavalry: XIII/4/20

WISCONSIN

  • 1st Infantry: Harper’s Weekly, July 27, 1861, page 475
  • 2d Infantry: VI/5/23-24; VI/6/23; XV/4/18
  • 4th Infantry: XV/5/29
  • 5th Infantry: I/2/25-26; X/4/10
  • 6th Infantry: XV/5/20-25; XIX/5/10
  • 7th Infantry: VI/5/16-17; VI/5/22; VI/5/25; XX/3/20-23
  • 8th Infantry: IV/6/22-24; VI/5/24-25
  • 12th Infantry: IV/4/13; VIII/5/29
  • 13th Infantry: V/3/26
  • 14th Infantry: III/1/15; XV/3/15
  • 23d Infantry: V/1/24
  • 30th Infantry: IX/1/10
  • 31st Infantry: X/4/9
  • 43d Infantry: XX/4/32; XXI/1/42
  • Milwaukee Light Guard: XVIII/4/19
  • 1st Heavy Artillery: XII/6/15

Call for Images: North Carolina!

NC 13th InfantryThe lineup for the next issue of Military Images will include several articles about North Carolina. You’ll also find a number of wonderful images, including this sixth-plate ambrotype of an unidentified soldier from the Liljenquist Family Collection of Civil War Photographs at the Library of Congress.

His uniform indicates that he served in Company F of the Third North Carolina Volunteers (Thirteenth North Carolina Infantry). The regiment fought at South Mountain on Sept. 14, 1862, and witnessed the death of Brig. Gen. Samuel Garland Jr. According to this excerpt of the after action report in the Official Records, which also mentions brigade commander Col. Alfred Iverson Jr.:

Early in the morning of the 14th we were ordered by Gen. Garland to go, in company with the Twentieth North Carolina, commanded by Col. Iverson, out by a road leading along the top of the mountain, and then to occupy a position on the left of the old Sharpsburg road, which we did at about sunrise, and remained there about two hours. We were then ordered to move farther to the right to the support of the Fifth North Carolina Regiment, which we proceeded to do, and, being met by Gen. Garland, were directed to take position in an open field upon the brow of a high hill. The enemy, we found, were posted upon a high hill densely wooded, and immediately facing the hill occupied by ourselves. There was also a regiment under cover of a rail fence upon our left. Not being able to see the enemy in our front, our whole fire was directed upon those upon the left, and, as our men were cool and fired with precision and effect, they soon drove that portion of the enemy entirely off the field. All this, while those in our front were firing constantly into us, and it was then that Gen. Garland fell.

NC 13th Infantry detailThis closeup shows the youthful soldier’s face and forage cap as it appeared (left), and reversed (right) to adjust the for photo technology of the time, which had yet to introduce the mirror or prism to compensate for the mirror image.

If you have images of North Carolina soldiers to share, please contact editor Ron Coddington at militaryimages@gmail.com.