The Thirty-sixth Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry ...: An Authentic Record of the Regiment from Its Organization to Its Muster Out. A Complete Roster of Its Officers and Men with Their Record ... a Copy of Every Official Paper in the War Department Pertaining to the Regiment ... With Reminiscences from the Author's Private Journal
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Frontispiece Camp Randall 1864 2
Frank A Haskell AidedeCamp to General Gibbon
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1st 1st 1st 1st Sergt action June adjutant Adjutant-General Albee Andersonville Appomattox Appomattox Court House April artillery assault Assistant Adjutant-General August battle Brevet brigade Brigadier-General camp Capron Captain captured cavalry Charles City Point Cold Harbor Colonel colors commissioned Company Confederate Deep Bottom died Dec died June disability disch disease enemy enemy's enlisted Fisk front George Gibbon Haskell Hatcher's Run Headquarters Army Headquarters Second Army Henry Humphreys Infantry James John John Gibbon Julv July 12 July 12th June 18 June 22 Killed in action loss lune M. O. July M. O. June Madison Major-General Major-General Hancock March Meade miles Milwaukee moved mustered North Anna o'clock officers Petersburg picket Potomac Pris prisoners Ream's Station rear regiment Richmond Salisbury Second Army Corps Second Corps Second Division Sept sergeant skirmishers soldier Sparta Thirty-sixth Wisconsin Volunteers Trempealeau troops Washington William wounded