2 edition of alphabetical list of the battles of the War of the Rebellion with dates found in the catalog.
alphabetical list of the battles of the War of the Rebellion with dates
J. W. Wells
|Statement||Comp. from the official records of the offices of the Adjutant-general and the Surgeon-general, U. S. A., by J. W. Wells. Rev. and pub. by N. A. Strait, 1875. Giving the number killed, wounded and missing in each of the important battles, Union troops engaged. Number of troops in the Mexican War, 1846-48. An alphabetical list of the revolutionary battles, with dates. With a complete synopsis of the annual report of Hon. H. M. Atkinson, commissioner of pensions.|
|Contributions||Strait, N. A. d. 1922.|
|LC Classifications||E470.1 .W47|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||81|
|LC Control Number||20007977|
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While popular on the Confederate side during the war — Stonewall Jackson regularly referred to the war as the "second war for independence", the term's popularity fell in the immediate aftermath of the Confederacy's defeat and failure to gain independence.An alphabetical list of the battles (with dates) of the war of the rebellion.
Contributor Names Wells, John Wesley, [from old catalog] comp. The War of the Rebellion: a compilation of the official records of the Union and Confederate armies. Library of Congress Control Number Language English shading, and hachures on some maps.
"This volume will contain over seven hundred maps, showing all the battle-fields from to " "Entered according to Act of Congress. Fishpond Germany, An Alphabetical List of the Battles of the War of the Rebellion with Dates: From Fort Sumpter, S.
C., April 12 and 13,to Kirby Smith's Surrender, May 26, by John Wesley Wells Newton Allen Strait ()sylvaindez.com: Sagwan Press. The original alphabetical list of the Battles of the War of the Rebellion with dates and a Roster of all the Regimental Surgeons and Assistant Surgeons in the hospital service of the Union Army during the Civil War including Surgeons and Assistant Surgeons assigned to the U.S.
Colored Troops. The War Records Office (W) was merged into the Record and Pension Office, July 1, Previous to that time, of the total number of volumes of the Rebellion records, volumes, that is, serial numbers 1 tohad been published by the War Records Office. A compendium of the War of the Rebellion, Contributor Names Dyer, Frederick H.
(Frederick Henry), An alphabetical list of the battles of the war of the rebellion with dates. Book/Printed Material Hand book of battles in the war of the rebellion showing .