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Rain, mud, & swamps : 31st Missouri Volunteer Infantry Regiment, marching through the south during the Civil War with General William T. Sherman

by Gary L. Scheel
Books/Monographs
English
Pacific, Missouri : G.L. Scheel, c1998
703 p. : ill., maps, ports.
0967227801

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Contents: Birth and infancy of the 31st Missouri Volunteer Regiment -- The valley of death -- Arkansas Post, Arkansas -- Young's Point, Louisiana -- Road to Jackson, Mississippi -- On to Vicksburg -- On to Chattanooga -- Look Out Mountains through Ringgold Gap -- Winter camp -- The battery at Resaca -- From Dallas to Big Shanty, Georgia -- Kennesaw Mountain -- On to Atlanta -- Chasing General Hood and the Army of Tennessee -- On to Savannah -- Columbia, South Carolina is burning -- the March from Columbia to North Carolina -- Battle of Bentonville, North Carolina -- The March to Washington D.C. and home -- Epilogue.

Appendices include reference notes, list of names in the 31st Missouri Volunteer Infantry Regiment, register of commissioned officers, excerpts from diary of Captain Wm. H. Lynch and other correspondence.

Library's copy is autographed by the author.

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