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" Wherever any son of Massachusetts can render the most efficient service to the State, there, in my judgment, should his efforts be given. Although in the first outbreak of war reliance must necessarily be placed on our militia, in whose ranks are found... "
Record of the service of the Forty-fourth Massachusetts volunteer militia in ... - Page 12
by James Brown Gardner, United States. Army. Massachusetts Infantry Regiment, 44th (1862-1863) - 1887 - 364 pages
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The Record of the Second Massachusetts Infantry, 1861-65

Alonzo Hall Quint - Massachusetts - 1867 - 528 pages
...efforts be given. Although, in the first outbreak of war, reliance must necessarily be placed upon our militia, in whose ranks are found men of the best...composition of forces like that constituting the army of the geueral government is indisputably the most efficient and serviceable, a composition in which the...
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Publications, Volume 4

Local history - 1907
...unhappy difficulties, I deem it due to the members composing that Battalion to state publicly my reason therefor, as follows : Wherever any son of Massachusetts...be used to organize and drill the bone and muscle those upon whom we must rely for our armies. Then we may with a small body of well-instructed gentlemen...
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Harvard's Civil War: A History of the Twentieth Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry

Richard F. Miller - History - 2005 - 530 pages
...Its commander in 1860, the West Point-trained George Gordon, wrote to Governor Andrew that the unit, "in whose ranks are found men of the best classes in our community," should be used "to organize and drill the bone and muscle of those upon whom we must rely for our armies."...
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Publications, Volume 4

Local history - 1907
...unhappy difficulties, I deem it due to the members composing that Battalion to state publicly my reason therefor, as follows : Wherever any son of Massachusetts...be used to organize and drill the bone and muscle those upon whom we must rely for our armies. Then we may with a small body of well-instructed gentlemen...
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