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Contributions to a history of the Richmond Howitzer Battalion

Books/Monographs/Book on Fiche
English
Bethesda, Maryland : University Publications of America, c1990
7 microfiches
Civil War unit histories. Part 1, The Confederate States of America and border states; VA 028-032

Notes

Contents: Pamphlet no. 1. I. Organization of First Company and John Brown Raid / by Henry Hudnall; II. Our dead / W. Gordon; III. The Battle of Bethel / E.C. Gordon; IV. All official reports (C.S. and U.S.), Battle of Bethel -- Pamphlet no. 2. I. A diary of the war, or what I saw of it / by William WS. White; II. rolls of Third Company Richmond Howitzers as mustered in and as surrendered -- Pamphlet no. 3. I. Diary of T. Roberts Baker, of Second Company; II. Diary of Creed T. Davis, of Second Company; III. Diaries of John Waldrop and William Y. Mordecai, or Second Company, combined; IV. The First Detachment at Fredericksburg / by Reuben B. Pleasants;; V. William S. White's diary corrected / by W.E. Cutshaw; VI. Roll of Second Company, as mustered in, and as surrendered, April 9, 1865 -- Pamphlet no. 4. I. Prison diary of Credd T. Davis, of Second company; II. That hog-hole / by J.V.L. McCreery; III. Extracts from an old "order book" of First Company Richmond Howitzers.

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