The Story of a Regiment: Being a Record of the Military Services of the Fifty-seventh New York State Volunteer Infantry in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865
Fifty-seventh Veteran Association, 1895 - United States - 349 pages
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A. P. Hill Antietam April army artillery attack August battery battle of Fredericksburg began boys bridge Bristoe campaign camp Captain captured cavalry charge Colonel Colonel Chapman colors command Comp Company Confederate crossed dead died disc for disab division duty enemy enemy's enlisted Aug enlisted July enlisted Oct enlisted Sept Favill Fifty-Second New York Fifty-Seventh New York fighting fire flank Fredericksburg front George Gettysburg Hancock hill House Irish Brigade James John July 22 June killed Lieutenant Lieutenant-Colonel line of battle loss m-o Aug m-o Oct m-o Sept Major-General March ment miles morning moved mustered-out night o'clock officers orders Parisen Paul Frank picket position Potomac prisoners railroad rear rebel regiment river road Second Corps September Sergeant shell shot Sixty-Sixth New York skirmishers soldier Surgeon Third Brigade tr to 61st troops Union army Washington William woods wounded York Volunteers