9 edition of The Civil War memoirs of William Royal Oake, 26th Iowa Volunteers found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Stacy Dale Allen.|
|Genre||Biography., Personal narratives.|
|Contributions||Allen, Stacy D.|
|LC Classifications||E507.5 26th .O18 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2005030888|
While doing a little research recently I found this interesting little article in the Ma , edition of the Philadelphia (Pennsylvania) Inquirer. This rusty relic, found some twenty-seven years after the war, was a grim reminder of the gallant stand made by the 2nd Mississippi Infantry at the Railroad Cut during the battle of Gettysburg on July 1, William Forse Scott was resident of Fairfield, Iowa when the American Civil War began. On Aug , he mustered in as a Private in “Sears’ Rangers,” which became Company A in the Fourth Iowa Cavalry Regiment. In November of , he received a promotion to Hospital Steward for the regiment. The Boys from Rockville: Civil War Narratives of Sgt. Benjamin Hirst, Company D, 14th Connecticut Volunteers (Voices of the Civil War) by Robert L. Bee, Benjamin Hirst Hardcover from Univ of Tennessee Pr. 16th Connecticut Volunteer Infantry: Sergeant William H. Relyea by William H. Relyea, John Michael Priest Paperback from Burd Street Press.
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He fought in a total of twenty major battles, was captured and incarcerated as a prisoner of war, and was wounded during his long odyssey as a soldier.3/5(1).
On the skirmish line behind a friendly tree; the Civil War memoirs of William Royal Oake, 26th Iowa Volunteers. Oake, William Royal. Farcountry Press pages $ Paperback E He was an Iowa farm boy, a volunteer in the. Jackson County farmer who served with the 26th Iowa Volunteers of the Union Army and fought in 20 major battles, sieges and engagements.
Spent time in a Confederate prison in Richmond, Virginia. The book, On the Skirmish Line Behind a Friendly Tree, is about the Civil War Memoir of William Royal Oake. The Special Collections Department and the Iowa Women’s Archives hold primary souce materials that document the Civil War, – and President Abraham Lincoln, with particular focus on letters and diaries of Iowans who served in a variety of capacities (including soldiers, nurses, and supply administrators).General holdings include not only monographs, but also period periodicals.
Although the National Parks Service has created the on-line Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System as an aid to finding one's Civil War ancestors, this resource lacks the details of place of residence, age, and dates of enlistment and discharge which leads one to other records for men with common names.
War of the Rebellion Official Army Records Correspondence Between Officers. Principle Counties of Infantry Enllistment In Iowa: Pages Miscellaneous Correspondence between Officers from Headquarters in Jefferson City, MO: Dec. 30, Roster of 18th Iowa Infantry Appanoose County; 19th Iowa Infantry These regiments were obtained from the book History of the 19th Iowa Infantry by W.
Irvine Dungan written right after the Civil War. It gives name, rank, and occupation of the men. Table of Contents for The Civil War memoirs of William Royal Oake, 26th Iowa Volunteers / edited by Stacy Dale Allen, available from the Library of Congress.
Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog. The American Civil War was slightly more than a year old-already having lasted longer than most had anticipated-when an eighteen-year-old named William Royal Oake left his family's farm in Charlotte, Iowa, to join the Union forces.
I discovered a memoir written by Webster's fellow soldier who served with him in the 26th Infantry. Both of their companies fought side by side during most of the war. William Royal Oake's account of his time with the Iowa 26th gives me a unique insight to the day by day life of my great great grandfather during the Civil war.
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William Royal Oake is the author of On The Skirmish Line Behind A Friendly Tree ( avg rating, 5 ratings, 0 reviews, published )/5(5). During the Civil War Iowa sent: forty-four Infantry Regiments, four Artillery Batteries, nine Cavalry Regiments and the First Iowa Infantry African Descent, which became the Sixtieth USCT.
Over Iowans enlisted in the Navy and Marines, stationed on either the Mississippi River or the Atlantic Coast. The following list is a bibliography of American Civil War Confederate military unit histories and are generally available through inter-library loan.
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More than artifacts tell the stories of the Iowans who fought and the communities that supported them. Inthe Civil War interrupted Dodge’s life, as it did millions of his countrymen. After raising a company of volunteers in Council Bluffs, he became a member of Governor Samuel Kirkwood’s staff and was sent to Washington to secure arms for Iowa troops.
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UNION IOWA VOLUNTEERS 4th Regiment, Iowa Infantry Overview: Organized at Council Bluffs and mustered in August 8, Moved to St, Louis, thence to Rolla, Mo., August I discovered a memoir written by Webster's fellow soldier who served with him in the 26th Infantry.
Both of their companies fought side by side during most of the war. William Royal Oake's account of his time with the Iowa 26th gives me a unique insight to the day by day life of my great great grandfather during the Civil war. Using Civil War records for Southern genealogy research Obituary of William Henry Hart, Oak Park, Illinois.
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Mason City, Cerro Gordo County, Iowa, USA. William George Thompson (Janu – April 2, ) was a Civil War officer, trial-court judge, territorial justice, and Republican Representative in the United States House of Iowa's 5th congre.
The Civil War × Contact Us. Battle Unit Details. Return to Results. UNION IOWA VOLUNTEERS. 3rd Regiment, Iowa Infantry Overview: Organized at Keokuk and mustered in June 8, Left State for Hannibal, Mo., June Attached to Dept. of Missouri, to March, 1st Brigade, 4th Division, Army of the Tennessee, to July, The 11th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Regiment lost 12 officers and enlisted men killed or mortally wounded and 4 officers and enlisted men to disease during the Civil War.
It is honored by a monument at Gettysburg. Iowa in the Civil War. 1, likes 19 talking about this. Dedicated to the commemoration of Iowa units, Iowa soldiers, and the Iowa homefront, in the American Civil War.
Add your discussion, links.List of Iowa Civil war Units 1 Infantry Units 2 Cavalry Units 3 Artillery Units 4 See also 5 Notes 6 References 1st Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment 1st Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment (African Descent) 2nd Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment 3rd Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment 4th Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment 5th Iowa Volunteer Infantry Regiment 6th Iowa Volunteer Infantry .OAKE is listed in the World's largest and most authoritative dictionary database of abbreviations and acronyms Oake endured the rigors of the camp and the march as well as wounds and incarceration as a prisoner of war.
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