A history of the Tenth Regiment, Vermont Volunteers: with biographical sketches of the officers who fell in battle. And a complete roster of all the officers and men connected with it--showing all changes by promotion, death or resignation, during the military existence of the regiment (Google eBook)
Pub. by the Tenth Vermont Regimental Association, 1870 - United States - 249 pages
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1st Sergt 2d Lieut Adjutant advance army artillery attack batteries Brandy Station brave brigade camp Captain captured cavalry Cedar Creek Charles Cold Harbor colored troops command Company crossed Deserted Died Dec Died Nov Died Oct Died of wounds duty enemy enemy's field fight Fisher's Hill flank front George Harper's Ferry Henry hundred James John Joseph July Killed at Cedar Killed at Cold Lieutenant line of battle March miles Missing in action Monocacy morning moved Mustered night Nineteenth Corps officers Petersburg picket pike position Potomac prisoners Promoted 1st Lieut Promoted Capt Promoted Corp Promoted Sergt railroad rear rebel received in action river roster Samuel Greer Sept service June Shenandoah Valley Sheridan Sixth Corps skirmish soldier Surgeon Tenth Regiment Tenth Vermont Third Division Transferred Vermont Brigade Warrenton Washington William Winchester Wounded April Wounded at Cold Wounded Nov Wounded Wilderness Campaign wounds received
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