History of the Corn Exchange Regiment, 118th Pennsylvania Volunteers: From Their First Engagement at Antietam to Appomattox. To which is Added a Record of Its Organization and a Complete Roster. Fully Illustrated with Maps, Portraits, and Over One Hundred Illustrations
J.L. Smith, Publisher, 1888 - United States - 746 pages
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History of the One Hundred and Sixth Regiment, Pennsylvania Volunteers, 2d ...
Joseph Ripley Chandler Ward
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118th Pennsylvania 20th Maine 5th Corps 63 Drafted 6a Aug 91st Regt advance Andersonville appeared army artillery assault Battalion battery bivouac bluff Brevet brigade camp Camp Union Captain Captured at Cold Captured at Shepherdstown cavalry Cold Harbor Colonel column command Company Confederate Corn Exchange crossed Deserted Aug detachment direction Discharged for disability distance division duty enemy enemy's fell fight fire flank followed Fredericksburg front further record Gettysburg Griffin ground guns halted head-quarters hospital infantry James John July 15 July 30 June Killed at Shepherdstown Lieutenant line of battle ment miles morning moved Mustered night o'clock officer passed Phila pickets Potomac prisoners Promoted ranks reached rear rebel regiment returned river road sergeant Sharpsburg shell shot side skirmishers soldiers soon timber tion Transferred troops tt Aug vicinity Volunteers Warren Warrenton Wilderness William woods Wounded at Shepherdstown wounds ree'd