History of the 114th Regiment, New York State Volunteers: Containing a Perfect Record of Its Services, Embracing All Its Marches, Campaigns, Battles, Sieges and Sea-voyages, with a Biographical Sketch of Each Officer, and a Complete Register of the Regiment, Wherein Appears the Name of Every Officer and Enlisted Man who Has Ever Belonged to the Same, with Full Remarks Relating Thereto, and Several Illustrations
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114th Regiment Adjutant appointed Corporal appointed Sergeant arms artillery August 11 August 9 Banks battle Bayou Biographical Sketch Bisland bivouac Brashear City Brigade camp campaign Captain cavalry Cedar Creek charge Charles Chenango Chenango County Colonel Per Lee Colonel Smith command commissioned Company December detachment died July died June died September Division duty Emory enemy engaged enlisted August enlisted July fire flank force Fortress Monroe Fourteenth Regiment Franklin front George Gulf gunboats halted Headquarters Henry honor Hundred and Fourteenth James January John July 29 June 14 Lieutenant-Colonel Louisiana Major-General ment miles morning moved musketry mustered night Nineteenth Army Nineteenth Army Corps Nineteenth Corps Norwich o'clock October officer Orleans passed Pleasant Hill Port Hudson position Privates rear rebel Red River Campaign Sabine Cross Roads Second Lieutenant September 19 Sergeant severe slight soldier transferred June transports troops Vermillionville William woods wounded York Volunteers