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A sketch of the war record of the Edisto Rifles, 1861-1865 : Company A, 1st Regiment, S. C. V. Infantry, Colonel Johnson Hagood, provisional Army of the Confederate states, 1861-1862; Company G, 25th Regiment, S. C. V. Infantry, Colonel Charles H. Simonton, Confederate States Army, 1862-1865

Edisto Rifles
by William Valmore Izlar
Books/Monographs/Book on Fiche
English
Bethesda, Maryland : University Publications of America, c1990
3 microfiches
Civil War unit histories. Part 1, The Confederate States of America and border states; SC 076-078

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Microfiche of original published: [S.l.] : August Kohn, 1914. (Columbia, S.C. : State Co.). 168 p.

Running title: Edisto Rifles.

Includes roster on p. 136-141.

Includes a description of activities of the 1st and 25th South Carolina Infantry Regiments (Confederate) in the following battles or localities: Fort Sumter, S.C.; 1st Manassas, Va.; Secessionville, S.C.; Pocotaligo, S.C.; Stone River, S.C.; Defenses of Charleston, S.C.; Drewry's Bluff,Va.; Ware Bottom Church, Va.; Cold Harbor, Va.; Petersburg, Va.; Weldon Railroad, Va.; Fort Harrison, Va.; Darbytown Road, Va.; Fort Fisher, N.C.; Town Creek, N.C.; POW--Point Lookout, Md.

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