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6 edition of Compendium of the Confederate Armies found in the catalog.

Compendium of the Confederate Armies

Kentucky, Maryland, Missouri, the Confederate Units and the Indian Units

by Stewart Sifakis

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Published by Heritage Books, Inc. .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Military - General,
  • United States - Civil War,
  • Genealogy,
  • History,
  • Reference,
  • United States - Civil War Period (1850-1877),
  • History / United States / Civil War Period (1850-1877),
  • Reference / Genealogy,
  • History - Military / War

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages234
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8817338M
    ISBN 101585497002
    ISBN 109781585497003

    Of course, one of the major reasons Grant could afford to keep such a small staff in the field was that the chief of staff for the Union armies, Major General Henry W. The rest of Grant's small staff consisted of a coterie of friends who had earned Grant's trust from their common service in the western theater campaigns. Compiled records showing service of military units in volunteer Union organizations, microfilm M "Records of Events". Beauregard's forces protecting Richmond, southern Virginia, and northern North Carolina. Records of brigades, divisions, army corps, posts, etc. The actual life, understanding, science, wellness, religious beliefs, home entertainment, and a lot more can be located in created publications.

    Heitman, Historical Register and Dictionary of the U. Organization[ edit ] The regiment was organized at Helena, Arkansasin the spring of at the expense of Thomas Carmichael Hindmanwho had only recently resigned from the United States Congress with Arkansas 's secession and the formation of the Confederate States of America. Carded medical records, RG 94, entry The reports contained in the Official Records are those of the principal leaders who fought the battles and then wrote their assessments days, weeks, and sometimes months later. Compendium of the Confederate Armies.

    Within each of these groupings, units are arranged by numerical designations, followed by unnumbered units which are organized alphabetically by unit name. R R43 Sifakis, Stewart. Significantly, none of these three men had any real respect for their commander and would prove to be less than supportive of him. Heitman, Historical Register and Dictionary of the U.


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Compendium of the Confederate Armies book

Start from kids until adolescents. Hindman and Daniel C. Genealogy Groene, Bertram Hawthorne. There are some factors affecting the strength, quality, and organization of the Union forces that should be noted. In addition, the poor caliber of Union maps coupled with some mediocre young officers who were used as guides repeatedly led to misdirected movements and lost time.

Govan[16] later commanded by Captain Richard S. E8 Also lists regiments and battalions by state. A good Union name search since regiments are composed of individuals should consider the field officers of the regiment colonel, lieutenant colonel, major.

The regiment lost 15 killed, 94 wounded, and 9 missing at Murfreesboro. Overall, Lee could count on the quality and consistency of his units, and he did not have to endure the turmoil of troop turnover and organizational changes that hindered Grant's forces.

Grant, in addition to being the commander of all of the Union forces arrayed against the Confederacy, commanded all Union forces in the eastern theater of operations that fought in the Overland Campaign.

These were units designed to man the heavy artillery in the fortifications around Washington, DC. All regular officers of the nineteenth century are in volume 1 of Francis B.

Official Army Register. In the course of the campaign, Lee received some reinforcements from both Breckinridge and Beauregard.

Compendium of the Confederate Armies : Virginia

Each volume's coverage is divided into groups for artillery including heavy artillery, horse artillery, light artillery and siege artillery ; cavalry including dragoons, lancers, mounted rifles and partisan rangers ; infantry including mounted infantry, rifles and sharp-shooters.

Compendium of the War of the Rebellion. Inspection reports, -on microfilm M McClernand, was a prewar Democratic congressman who had raised much of his XIII Corps specifically so that he could command an independent Vicksburg expedition.

In all, the "Compendium" will document a total of some regimental histories. Researchers should keep in mind that in many cases regular officers, especially field officers, were not on duty with their regiments but were serving in the volunteer establishment at higher rank. The final volume is comprised of tables of brigades and higher commands, including names and ranks of their commanders and dates of their commands.

Researchers should thus verify the information found in these reports with other source material to gain as complete a picture of events as possible. Most of his soldiers had enlisted for the duration of the war, thus his army lost few regiments due to expired terms of service.

Correspondence of the Volunteer Service Division RG 94, entryespecially if the circumstances of organization are disputed or unusual. The book was written by the very famous author. REF G REF F Clothing rolls, RGentry 49, are in two subseries, "carded" and "uncarded.

Grant's army suffered terribly from illness in the early months of the campaign, which it spent floundering in the Louisiana swamps. For U. Alphabetical index in back of each.This process, accelerated by the Civil War, ensured that the rifled shoulder weapon would be the basic weapon used by infantrymen in both the Federal and Confederate armies.

The standard and most common shoulder weapon used in the American Civil War was the Springfield‑caliber rifle musket, models, and Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Stewart Sifakis: Paperback: United States - Civil War Period () bookBrand: Heritage Books.

The book Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Alabama make one feel enjoy for your spare time. You can use to make your capable more increase. Book can for being your best friend when you getting stress or having big problem together with your subject.

If you can make examining a book Compendium of the Confederate Armies: Alabama to be your. The 18th Arkansas Infantry (Marmaduke's) (–) was a Confederate Army infantry regiment during the American Civil atlasbowling.com unit was also briefly identified as the 1st Arkansas Infantry Battalion.

The unit was most often referred to as the 3rd Confederate Infantry atlasbowling.com designation "Confederate Infantry Regiment" was intended to convey the difference between Provisional Allegiance: Arkansas.

For the most part, "Compendium of the Confederate Armies" is organized into individual volumes for each large state of the Confederacy; smaller states and miscellaneous forces are grouped as appropriate.

Units are categorized by service branch. Gray glazed cloth, xwith red cover and spine lettering. Near fine condition, with very slight water staining at the lower margin of the Florida/HHArkansas volume.

Author Sifakis intended this set as supplementary Confederate addenda to Dyer’s Compendium and did a fine job. An essential reference set for Confederate regiments.