History of the Seventh Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion of the Southern States Against Constitutional Authority: 1861-1865. With Description of Battles, Army Movements, Hospital Life, and Incidents of the Camp, by Officers and Privates; and a Comprehensive Introduction of the Moral and Political Forces which Precipitated the War of Secession Upon the People of the United States
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1st Lieut 1st Sergt 2d Lieut 37th Inf 61 Deserted 61 Died 61 First Lieut 61 June 61 Killed 61 Second Lieut 61 Sept 61 Transf Antietam army artillery attack battle of Antietam battle-field bivouacked Bottom's Bridge boys bridge brigade Brightwood camp campaign Capt Captain cavalry Charles colonel command Company Couch Court House crossed disability division Edward encamped enemy expiration of service field Fifth Corps fight fire flank Fredericksburg front gallant George George W Harlow Henry Hooker hospital infantry James James River John July June 15 June 27 lieutenant line of battle Maj.-Gen marched McClellan Meade miles morning moved night o'clock officers picket position Potomac Rappahannock re-enlist rear rebel regiment Richmond river road Russell Salem Heights Second Corps Sedgwick shell Sixth Corps skirmish soldiers soon Spottsylvania Court House Taunton Thomas troops Washington William H woods wounded