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The 47th Indiana Volunteer Infantry : a Civil War History

Author: David Williamson
Publisher: Jefferson, North Carolina : McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers, 2012.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This chronicle of the 47th Indiana follows the regiment's odyssey through the words of its officers and men. Sources include Chaplain Samuel Sawyer's account, soldiers' accounts, stories of war and intrigue from newspapermen of the "Bohemian Brigade," and General James R. Slack's own story. Numerous photographs, previously unpublished maps, and a full regimental roster complete this"--Provided by publisher.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: David Williamson
ISBN: 9780786465958 0786465956
OCLC Number: 760532762
Description: vii, 440 pages : illustrations, maps ; 26 cm
Contents: Constitutional crisis (August-December 1861) --
New Madrid and Island No. 10 (January-April 1862) --
Memphis (April-July 1862) --
Helena, Arkansas (August-December 1862) --
White River, Arkansas (January 1863) --
Yazoo Pass, Mississippi (February-April 1863) --
Port Gibson, Mississippi (April-May 1863) --
Champion Hill, Mississippi (May 1863) --
Vicksburg (May-July 1863) --
Jackson, Mississippi (July 1863) --
Natchez, New Orleans and Bayou Teche (July 1863-January 1864) --
New Orleans and the Red River Campaign (January-June 1864) --
Morganza, the Atchafalaya, and New Orleans (May-September 1864) --
St. Charles, Arkansas (September-December 1864) --
New Orleans and Mobile (January-June 1865) --
Shreveport and the Rio Grande (June-November 1865) --
Epilogue.
Responsibility: DAVID WILLIAMSON.

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"This chronicle of the 47th Indiana follows the regiment's odyssey through the words of its officers and men. Sources include Chaplain Samuel Sawyer's account, soldiers' accounts, stories of war and intrigue from newspapermen of the "Bohemian Brigade," and General James R. Slack's own story. Numerous photographs, previously unpublished maps, and a full regimental roster complete this"--Provided by publisher.

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