2 edition of complete and comprehensive history of the Ninth Regiment New Jersey Vols. Infantry. found in the catalog.
complete and comprehensive history of the Ninth Regiment New Jersey Vols. Infantry.
In form of a diary.
|Statement||By Hermann Everts.|
|LC Classifications||E521.5 9th .E|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||197|
|LC Control Number||02016374|
The Fourth New Jersey Volunteer Infantry served its term of service within the continental United States. It did not see service overseas. Unit History: The Fourth New Jersey Volunteer Infantry was mustered into service at Sea Girt, New Jersey between July 7 as part of President McKinley's second call for volunteers. At the time of. We are activly looking to recruit new members to join Company G. Join the proud 33rd New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Regiment Reenactors, and carry on the rich tradition of the original regiment. As well, known as the "2nd Zouaves", we also belong to .
October, Congress authorizes raising two battalions from New Jersey for one year of Continental Service. The "Eastern Battalion", raised primarily in seven counties of "East New Jersey", is designated the First New Jersey regiment under the command of Colonel William Alexander ("Lord Stirling"), with Lt. Col. William Winds and Maj. William DeHart. 2nd New Jersey Regiment (aka The Western Battalion) The Regiment was authorized on October 9, in the Continental Army as the 2nd New Jersey Regiment and assigned to the New York (later Middle) Department.; Organized between October Decem at Burlington and Trenton to consist of 8 companies from Gloucester, Hunterdon, Burlington, Salem, and Sussex .
Elizabeth, New Jersey: Journal Printing House. [No useful information about the campus area in this volume.] Everts, Hermann. A Complete and Comprehensive History of the Ninth Regiment of New Jersey Volunteer Infantry. Newark: A. Stephen Holbrook, printer. [Shows that the Ninth New Jersey was in Greensboro at least from 10 May–14 July United States» New Jersey» Military. 23 Links. 15th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry. 1st New Jersey Volunteer Cavalry. Rosters of the men who served in the Regiment during the Civil War. Includes references to additional information and an ancestor registry. 39th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry History.
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Infantry: from its first organization to its final muster out. [Hermann Everts]. Title: A complete and comprehensive history of the Ninth Regiment New Jersey Vols. Infantry: from its first organization to its final muster : Hermann EvertsPublisher: Gale, Sabin Americana Description: Based on Joseph Sabin's famed bibliography, Bibliotheca Americana, Sabin Americana, contains a collection of books, pamphlets, serials.
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The Ninth New Jersey Volunteer Infantry (also called Jersey Muskrats) was an American Civil War infantry regiment from New Jersey that served from October through July in the Union Army.
The regiment got its nickname, Jersey Muskrats, during the Battle of Roanoke Island when they successfully "sloshed through shoe sucking mud into waist deep water in 'division' Branch: Army.
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American Civil War. Recruited in July essentially from New Jersey's Essex, Hudson and Passaic Counties (with large numbers from the cities of Jersey City and Newark), it was one of five three-year enlistment units raised by the state that ance: United States of America, Union. The history of the 7th NJ Volunteer Infantry is set forth, from its beginnings in to the mustering out in John Hayward describes the movements of the regiment throughout the war.
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Published: (). The July 1st meeting of the Bucks County Civil War Round Table will feature Paul J. Lader speaking about the history of the New Jersey Seventh Regiment Volunteer : Dee Ann Smith. Battle Unit Details. Return to Results. UNION NEW JERSEY VOLUNTEERS 24th Regiment, New Jersey Infantry Overview: Organized at Camp Cadwallader, Beverly, N.
J., and mustered in Septem Left State for Washington, D. C., Septem Regiment lost during service 3 Officers and 46 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and. The Ninth Regiment, New Jersey Volunteers, left for the seat of war on Wednesday last. As the regiment numbers about men, with 25 wagons and 5 ambulances and 80 horses, two trains were required.
First the horses, &c., were sent off, and the men got onboard their long train and moved off about 12 o'clock.9th New Jersey Vols; Computing: The unit formed in September and fought with the Army of Potomac in Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina through the end of the U.S.
Civil War. Regiment lost during service 7 Officers and 89 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 3 Officers and Enlisted men by disease. Total Link to History of the 39th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry Roster of 39th New Jersey (A Company) Volunteers.
The Thirty-ninth Regiment was organized under the provisions of an Act of Congress, approved Jand an Act of Congress approved July 4,as set forth in General Orders No.dated War Department, Adjutant General's Office, Washington, D. C., July 6.