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37th Illinois veteran volunteer infantry and the battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas.

Eugene Beauharnais Payne

37th Illinois veteran volunteer infantry and the battle of Pea Ridge, Arkansas.

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Published in [Washington .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • United States. Army. Illinois Infantry Regiment, 37th (1861-1866),
    • Pea Ridge, Battle of, Ark., 1862,
    • United States -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865 -- Regimental histories -- Illinois

    • Edition Notes

      Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site.

      StatementPrepared by Companion Brevet Brigadier General Eugene B. Payne and read at the stated meeting of April 1, 1903.
      SeriesWar papers / Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States, Commandery of the District of Columbia ;, 48, War papers (Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States. Commandery of the District of Columbia) ;, 48.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE464 .M54 no. 48
      The Physical Object
      Pagination15 p.
      Number of Pages15
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6561069M
      LC Control Number13021574
      OCLC/WorldCa5851147

      One of the main characters, Michael Morkan, owns a quarry in Springfield. BURT, who survives him, to mourn his sudden death. A lifetime of them. Initially Compa

      With his works on the north side of the river now flanked, Major General Price was forced to abandon the city on September 10, after a brief engagement at Bayou Fourche. Bell, organized in Hamburg, Arkansas, on May 10, Vann, organized at Princeton, Arkansas, on May 8, Black, Thirty-Seventh Illinois Infantry. Snider, also of this county. He always took an interest in his fellow soldiers.

      A general retreat was ordered, and the attack on the Union base had failed. His death was due to neuralgia of the heart with which he had been complaining for some time. There my sister, Debbie, is buried, and in mourning my mother took me and then took my sisters and me often to the grave. In June,General White received his commission as General, and departed east to report for duty. A Little Scrap of History. September 29,found the 37th again on the march after the enemy.


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Prisoner at Camp Ford, Texas. Wisconsin was the only state to organize replacements for troops that had already been sent to war. The 37th Illinois did not see much combat, its major battles were Pea Ridge and Prairie Grove, so battle descriptions make up only a minor portion of the letters.

These were the 2nd Wisconsin6th Wisconsinand 7th Wisconsin. It was possible that the men of Waukegan were not only inspired by the Zouave tour but also Ellsworth himself had drilled nearby Lake Forest Academy students in Zouave tactics.

His wife applied for widow veteran pension benefits in Valentine and Harriet were married January 23,Newport, Indiana. In the letter, he describes where he is and where he is heading. And the fiction writers that I find centering and cleansing, my benchmarks—Isaac Babel, Anton Chekhov, Leo Tolstoy, and above all my godfather, the Austro-Hungarian Joseph Roth—never created stories with powerful generals as protagonists.

Thence marched to the Big Black River in pursuit of the enemy. On May 15,the 37th was mustered out at Houston, Tex. To the first union six children were born, to the second marriage one.

From the hospital in Chicago. Lieutenant-Colonel Cyrus H. Weatherspoon, organized at Arkadelphia, Arkansas, on May 15, Dixon Letter from J. Things at this battery remained in this condition for some time. He leaves a wife and five children.

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