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Title:
New York soldiers in the Civil War : a roster of military officers and soldiers who served in New York Regiments in the Civil War as listed in the annual reports of the Adjutant General of the State of New York
Author:
Wilt, Richard A.
Personal Author:
Physical Description:
volumes <1 > ; 29 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
v. 1. A-K
ISBN:
9780788411410

9780788412097
Format :
Book

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Central Library E523.3 .W55 1999 Adult Non-Fiction Grosvenor Room-Reference-Military
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Central Library E523.3 .W55 1999 V.2 Adult Non-Fiction Grosvenor Room-Reference-Military
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Central Library E523.3 .W55 1999 V.2 Adult Non-Fiction Grosvenor Room Non-Circ
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Central Library E523.3 .W55 1999 V.1 Adult Non-Fiction Grosvenor Room Non-Circ
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Summary

Summary

In 1894 the state of New York began publishing rosters of soldiers who had served in New York regiments in the American Civil War. The result was 43 published volumes of service records from 280 regiments, battalions and batteries of infantry, cavalry, artillery and engineers. Over 393,000 names of Civil War officers and soldiers were listed along with their service records. These volumes are hard to find. With the publishing of the New York Soldiers in the Civil War, the researcher's task has suddenly become easier. An alphabetical, columnar format lists the soldier's name and regiment(s). Researchers will now be able to identify all the regiments in which a particular soldier may have served. They can then search out additional material in other sources on those regiments. W1141HB - $58.00


Summary

The original, unindexed rosters published in 1894 by the state of New York are now available in this alphabetical, columnar format that lists each soldier's name and regiment(s). Researchers will now be able to identify all the regiments in which a partic


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