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Our campaigns : the Second Regiment Pennsylvania Reserve Volunteers, or, The marches, bivouacs, battles, incidents of camp life, and history of our regiment during its three years term of service, together with a sketch of the Army of the Potomac, under Generals McClellan, Burnside, Hooker, Meade, and Grant

Author: E M Woodward; Stan Zamonski
Publisher: Shippensburg, PA : Burd Street Press, ©1995.
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Woodward, E.M. (Evan Morrison).
Our campaigns.
Shippensburg, PA : Burd Street Press, ©1995
(OCoLC)709531359
Named Person: E M Woodward; E M Woodward
Material Type: Biography, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: E M Woodward; Stan Zamonski
ISBN: 0942597842 9780942597844
OCLC Number: 31606420
Notes: Previously published: Philadelphia, PA : J.E. Porter, 1865.
Description: xiii, 305 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Chapter 1. The great Rebellion --
Chapter 2. Sumter and the Flag fired on ; The aim and design of the leaders of the Rebellion ; Justification of the course of President Lincoln --
Chapter 3. War for the Union ; Pennsylvania's response ; Organization of the Reserves ; Colonels Mann's, Marsh;s and De Korponays regiments ; Camp Washington ; Quaint names ; Whiskey in a musket barrel ; Getting the countersign --
Chapter 4. Organization of the Second, Third and Fourth Reserves ; Dissatisfaction therewith ; Eletion of Field Officers ; Watched and fanned all night ; Departure of the Third and Fourth Regiments --
Chapter 5. Departure of the Second ; Its roster ; Camp Curtin ; Leave the State without being mustered into the United States service ; Marching without orders ; Baltimore ; Sandy Hook ; Discontent among the men ; Refusal to take the oath ; Sent home in disgrace ; Strange mismanagement ; March to Berlin --
Chapter 6. March through Maryland ; Mutiny in the nineteenth New York Militia ; Guards ; After whiskey ; Disbanding of companies --
Chapter 7. Tenallytown ; Visit from the President and General McClellan ; Presentation of Flags ; A hailstorm ; The Regiments brigaded --
Chapter 8. Crossing the Chain Bridge ; Camp Pierpont ; The "Long Roll" ; Beauregard ; Reconnoitering ; March to Drainesville ; An indiscreet hen ; Return to Pierpont ; Ball's Bluff ; Review ; Resignation of Colonel Mann ; Grand review --
Chapter 9. Skirmish near Drainesville ; Foraging expedition ; Battle of Drainesville ; Visit of Governor Curtin ; The boys in winter ; Camp life ; Firing for medals ; Picketing ; "Old Uncle Ben" ; "Taking French" ; Naughty "sell" --
Chapter 10. Opening of the Campaign of 1862 ; Farewell to Pierpont ; The march ; Hawkhurst's Mills ; Army Corps ; Wet and noisy night ; "Hallo Barney" ; Alexandria ; Embarkment for the Peninsula by railroad ; A night in Rebel cabins ; Ruins of Manassas ; Bull Run field ; Selling cider ; March to the Rappahannock ; Cavalry skirmish ; Washington vs david of old --
Chapter 11. Falmouth ; Visit of President Lincoln ; Crossing the Rappahannock ; Grave of Mary Washington ; Love bubble ; Cemetery ; March to Gray's landing ; Embarkation for the Peninsula ; Voyage to White House ; March to Dispatch Station --
Chapter 12. Siege of Yorktown ; Battle of Williamsburg ; Skirmishes at Seven Pines, Cold Harbor and Mechanicscille ; Battle of Hanover Courthouse ; Battle of Fair Oaks ; Attack on Tunstall's Station ; March to the Chickahominy ; Nanaley's Mill ; Shelling the enemy; Battle of Oak Grove --
Chapter 13. Strength of the opposing Armies ; Opening of the Seven Days' Battle ; Battle of Mechanicsville ; Battle of Gaines' Mills ; Crossing the Chickahominy --
Chapter 14. Change of Base ; March to the James River ; Battle of Allen's Farm ; Battle of Savage's Station ; A night on picket ; Battle of Glendale ; The River reached --
Chapter 15. Battle of Malbern Hill ; March to Harrison's Landing ; Cruelty to our wounded ; Hunting Greybacks ; White gloves and ragged clothes ; Visit of President Lincoln --
Chapter 16. Midnight shelling ; A spy ; Promotions ; Return of Generals McCall and Reynolds ; Withdrawal from the Peninsula ; Voyage on the James and Potomac ; General Pope's movement ; Hunting our Division ; Running the Gauntlet --
Chapter 17. Second Battle of Bull Run ; Conduct of General Fitzjohn Porter ; The Army falls back ; Battle of Chantilly ; Arlington Heights ; Upton's Hill --
Chapter 18. Crossing the Potomac ; March through Maryland ; Battle of South Mountain ; Remarkable incident --
Chapter 19. Battle of Antietam ; Field hospitals ; The enemy withdrawn to Virginia ; Porter's reconnaissance ; Visit of President Lincoln --
Chapter 20. Crossing the Potomac ; March through Virginia ; Warrenton ; General McClellan superseded ; Removal of General Fitzjohn Porter ; Our Virginia ; Friends ; Bombardment of Fredericksburt ; Laying pontoons --
Chapter 21. Battle of Fredericksburg ; Loss of our Army ; Incidents ; Causes of the defeat ; Recross the Rappahannock --
Chapter 22. Picket truce and fighting ; Farewell of General Meade ; The Mud Expedition ; General Burnside relieved by General Hooker ; Ordered to Alexandria ; To Fairfax Courthouse ; Picket at Bull Run ; Capture of General Stoughton ; Promotions --
Chapter 23. Our petition ; March to Pennsylvania ; Happy day ; Battle of Gettysburg ; Losses of the Armies --
Chapter 24. Fall of Reynolds ; The boy's sword ; March ; Undying love ; Falling waters ; Lee crosses the Potomac ; Wapping Heights ; Manassas Gap ; Anecdote ; Marching in a circle --
Chapter 25. Rappahannock Station ; The sword banquet ; Military execution ; March to Culpeper Courthouse --
CHAPTER 26. Lee's attempt to flank ; Back to the Rappahannock ; To Brandy Station ; Battle of Bristoe ; To Centreville and Fairfax Courthouse ; Victories at Rappahannock Station and Kelley's Ford ; Rebel cabins ; Crossing the Rapidan ; Battle of Mine Run ; Winter quarters at Bristoe ; Flag presentation ; Reorganization of the Army --
Chapter 27. Position of the Armies ; Opening of Grant's campaign ; Battle of the Wilderness ; Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse ; Engagement at Guinney's Station ; Engagement at North Anna ; Term of service expires ; The Regiment resolves to Remain ; Battle of Bethesda Church ; The parting ; Marching home ; Reception in Harrisburg and Philidelphia ; Presentation of medals --
Appendix A. Killed, wounded and prisoners --
Appendix B. Roster of the Second Pennsylvania Reserves --
Appendix C. Marches and bivouacs.
Responsibility: by E.M. Woodward ; edited by Stanley W. Zamonski.
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