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MI Introduces Digital Edition

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Pleased to announce that the digital edition of Military Images magazine is now available. Formatted identically to the print version, it is produced directly from the master pdf files sent to the printer. Now you can enjoy all the rare and wonderful images, features and departments in every issue of MI on your laptop, tablet or phone. Single issues are now available for purchase at $7.95 each, and the downloadable pdf is yours to keep. The MI digital edition is powered by Tinypass.

Access the MI digital edition now.

Summer 2014 Cover From the Matt Cranford Collection

Delighted to share the cover image for the summer issue of MI, which will be mailed next week. This sixth-plate ruby glass ambrotype by an anonymous photographer is from the exquisite collection of Matt Cranford. Representative images from his holdings are highlighted in a feature gallery.

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Here’s the caption that accompanies the cover image:
A clean-shaven young infantryman is equipped with all the trappings of war. He holds a Model 1816 conversion musket with fixed bayonet in one hand, and grips a single shot percussion pistol in the other. A regulation rubberized canvas backpack with russet leather straps and bedroll is strapped to his back, and hanging from his neck is a black-painted leather haversack and drum canteen. “What’s really striking is the backdrop: A very subtle, low-lying landscape that makes the soldier appear as if he’s marching in high country,” Cranford declares.

Spring 2014 Cover Unveiled

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Delighted to share the cover art for the next issue of Military Images. Special thanks to Rick Brown—This image is from his wonderful collection, which is featured prominently in this issue.

MI is scheduled to be printed next week.

If you’re not a subscriber, now is a great time. Sign up today for a one year subscription and receive 4 quarterly issues—plus a fifth issue free!

Official Word on Magazine Mail Times

readingA number of you have asked why your issue was taking so long to move through the mail system.

According to the U.S. Post Office, the estimated time is 9-18 days—but all bets are off during the holidays, and when bad weather sets in.

You may recall the issues were sent bulk mail from Hanover, Pa., on Dec. 20, and at least two subscribers received their issue last Saturday, 24 business days after the mailing.

Thanks to Sheridan Press, the company that prints Military Images, I have a communication from the postal representative in Hanover. The representative details how an issue moves from the post office in Hanover to Arlington by truck to be processed for delivery:

All Periodicals that leave Hanover come here to Harrisburg P&DC – Processing and Distribution Center. The sack label then determines where the mail is transferred to from Harrisburg. If the mail is in a 5 Digit or 3 Digit sack the mail is then sent on transportation to the Distribution center for the zipcode on the sack label. If you are talking about Arlington VA 22205 – and the sack was labeled to either 5 Digit or 3 Digit Arlington – the mail would be loaded on a trailer to send to Southern MD 207. Then from their they would work the mail to go to Arlington 22205 and it would then go to the ADC/SCF office for zipcode 22205 which would be Northern VA 220. Here they would do the actual separation to Arlington and the mail would then go to Arlington to be delivered. The maximum time frame the mail can be held at each office is 3 days. Remember 1st class and Priority are worked first and then Periodicals and then Standard Mail.

So you would be looking at coming to Harrisburg could be held here for a maximum of 3 days then to Southern MD 207 for maximum 3 days – then to Northern VA 220 for a maximum of 3 days and then to Arlington VA for a maximum of 3 days – should be no more than 12 days from mailing until delivery. The standards are 9-18 days for Periodicals depending on where you are mailing to.

Now if the piece was in a MXD sack then you have to add from Harrisburg to (all mixed sacks from Harrisburg go to DV Daniels NJ to be processed) then you start the same process – which would be adding another 3 days until the time frame of 12 days for approximately 15 days. If the 1st class and priority volumes are light then the periodical mail will move faster – if the 1st class and priority mail volumes are heavy you can see the approximate 15 days for delivery.

The time frame you are looking at was over the Christmas Holiday which is the heaviest 1st class and priority time of the year this would then cause delays of the mail pieces. Also you have to take into consideration any weather related delays as this mail is trucked and does not fly. We have had terrible winter weather on the East Coast which also delays the mail delivery.

MI’s New Look Extends to Renewal Form

renewalThe redesign that debuted with the current issue of the magazine has impacted all other materials associated with the publication. This includes the renewal form, which is being mailed today to those who have expired subscriptions.

The renewal form is a challenge from a design perspective. There are a number of details to communicate, and clarity is essential. Before beginning the task, I prepared by collecting renewal forms and invitations to subscribe forms from other publications.

Armed with samples, I set about creating the new form shown here. The final version is divided into two sections. The upper two-thirds states the price and describes highlights of the new MI, which includes the redesigned magazine and web site. The bottom third is a detachable return slip which is returned with payment in a self-addressed stamped envelope included with the form.

The biggest change, aside from the new look, is the placement of the free (and optional) classified ad, a long-time tradition for renewing subscribers. The free ad is still available, but the large space on the front of the return slip to enter the ten words and contact information has been reduced to a green box at the very bottom of the form. Text in the green box instructs subscribers to use the back of the return slip to enter this information. They can also email militaryimages@gmail.com.

The First Issue of MI Has Arrived!

coddington-miI was outside my home raking in the back yard when I saw the FedEx truck pull up. The delivery man stacked up several boxes, and I instantly knew they were the right size to contain the extra issues of MI that I had ordered. A few minutes later I was thumbing through the Winter 2014 issue, my first as editor and publisher. I am thrilled with the outcome, and excited about getting to work on the next issue. The best early Christmas gift!

What Does Military Images Magazine Mean to You?

what-mi-means-to-meMI celebrates its 35th anniversary of MI in 2014. To mark the occasion,  I invite all magazine subscribers to share your thoughts about what Military Images has meant to you through the years.

Please leave your comments here, in 100 words or less. Or, send them to militaryimages@gmail.com. Selected comments will be published in the next issue, which goes to the printer Dec. 1. The comments will be featured in “Mail Call,” MIs letters to the editor section.

Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts—and thanks for your support of MI!

Civil War Trust Interview

coddington-cavalrymen-350Ina Dixon of the Civil War Trust contacted me a couple weeks ago, and asked me to share my perspectives about Military Images magazine and its role in historic photography. An excerpt:

Over time, I’ve come to understand and appreciate that these rare soldier portraits humanize the terrible conflict that raged on our soil during the four bloodiest and most violent years in our nation’s history. When I see these photos, which were personal, intimate objects shared with family, friends and comrades at a time of war, I am reminded of these soldiers’ courage, and my own responsibilities as an American and a world citizen.

It is only in the last few decades, beginning with the centennial of the war in the 1960s, that these old photographic portraits have begun to move from the realm of vernacular photography to become part of the nation’s visual record. Harry Roach, who founded MI in 1979, was in the forefront of those who realized the growing importance of these photographs.

Read the full interview.

I am thrilled to have had the opportunity, and deeply grateful to Ina and the rest of the staff of CWT for the great work they do in preservation and education.

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

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