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The 148th Pennsylvania Volunteers : the story of Company I

Author: Alice Jane Gayley
Publisher: Butler, Pa. : Mechling Associates, ©1998.
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Details the history of the 148th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, specifically men of Companies E and I from mustering in at Camp Curtin, Harrisburg, PA in September of 1862 to mustering out June 1, 1865. Also includes the history of major battles that the regiment was involved in. Appendices consist of material collected by the author including correspondence of her Civil War ancestor and a copy of General Grant's  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Alice Jane Gayley
OCLC Number: 42026676
Description: 1 v. (various pagings) : ill., maps ; 28 cm.
Contents: The nation in turmoil --
The call to arms --
1863 campaigns and battles --
Winter 1863-1864 --
1864 overland campaign and battles --
1865 campaigns and battles --
Surrender at Appomattox --
The war is over --
Officers of the 148th Pennsylvania --
Then men of Company I --
The story of Company E --
The men of Company E --
Congressional Medal of Honor recipients --
Casualties and losses --
Appendix A. Glossary of Civil War terms --
Appendix B. My genealogical chart --
Appendix C. James Gayley correspondence --
Appendix D. General Grant's terms of surrender.
Other Titles: One Hundred and Forty Eighth Pennsylvania Volunteers
Responsibility: Alice Jane Gayley.
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Details the history of the 148th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment, specifically men of Companies E and I from mustering in at Camp Curtin, Harrisburg, PA in September of 1862 to mustering out June 1, 1865. Also includes the history of major battles that the regiment was involved in. Appendices consist of material collected by the author including correspondence of her Civil War ancestor and a copy of General Grant's terms of surrender.

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