The History of the Ninth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, June, 1861-June, 1864 (Google eBook)

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Fordham Univ Press, 1899 - History - 557 pages
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When the Civil War erupted, more than 1,000 Irish Americans formed the North Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry regiment, the first of the state's ethnic regiments. This book is a history of the regiment, told by Daniel Macnamara, who served as its commissary sergeant and rose to become regimental quartermaster.
  

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Contents

Introduction To The 2000 Edition
xi
Recruiting and organizing a regiment
1
Departure of the Ninth Massachusetts
17
The First Battle of Bull Run
35
General McClellan Commander US Army
51
Siege of Yorktown
69
Battle of Hanover Court House
89
Battle of Gaines Mill
109
The Second Battle of Bull Run
186
The Battle Of Antietam
202
General McClellan superseded by General Burnside
225
The Battle of Fredericksburg
243
The Battle of Chancellorsville
287
The Battle of Gettysburg
305
Mine Run
337
Camp Near Bealton Station
355

The Seven Days Battles Continued
132
Battle of Malvern Hill
147
Harrisons Landing
169
Battle of the Wilderness
370
North Anna to Cold Harbor and Home
395
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Daniel George Macnamara was a commissary sergeant during the Civil War.

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