History of the Thirty-Fifth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteers, 1862-1865: With a Roster
Mills, Knight & Company, 1884 - United States - 475 pages
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Adjutant afternoon afterwards Antietam arms army artillery assault bank battery blankets boys bread bridge brigade Burnside camp campaign Captain captured cavalry cheers Colonel Carruth colors command Company Confederate Creek crossed D. H. Hill dark division drill duty East Tennessee Eleventh New Hampshire enemy enemy's fence Ferrero field Fifth Corps Fifty-First Pennsylvania fire flag flank Fort Sedgwick Fort Steadman Fredericksburg front ground guard guns halted hill Hudson hundred infantry Ingell intrenchments knapsacks Knoxville Libby Prison Lieutenant Lieutenant-Colonel line of battle Major marched Massachusetts miles morning moved night Ninth Corps North o'clock officers orders passed Petersburg picket position Potomac prisoners Quartermaster rail railroad rain rations rear rebel received regiment returned Richmond ridge river road scene second lieutenant sent Sergeant shells Sherman shot side skirmishers soldiers soon Tennessee tents Thirty-Fifth took troops Twenty-First wagons woods wounded