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by Richard B. Irwin
Author: Richard B. Irwin
Publisher: Sims Press (March 4, 2009)
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The history of the famous 19th Corps, a unit in the Union Army famed for its successes and daring during the American . A series of daring victories swiftly established the special reputation of the 19th.
A series of daring victories swiftly established the special reputation of the 19th. At the height of their prowess, the company demonstrated great martial skill during the Siege of Port Hudson and in Shenandoah Valley. Notably, the 19th had a large contingent of black soldiers; many performed with particular bravery and finesse in combat, and Maj. Gen. Nathaniel P. Banks, to whom the unit was first attached, gave.
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E text prepared by Ed Ferris. Transcriber's note: Footnotes in the main text are at the end of each chapter. Formerly Lieutenant Colonel U. S. Volunteers, Assistant Adjutant General of the Corps and of the Department of the Gulf. 19th century spellings, in particular the use of double l, have been retained. Chapter XI: "flag ships" plural in original. G. P. Putnam's Sons New York 27 West Twenty Third Street London 24 Bedford Street, Strand The Knickerbocker Press 1892. Electrotyped, Printed, and Bound by The Knickerbocker Press, New York G. Putnam's Sons.
Details the regimental history of the Union Army's XIX Corps, Department of the Gulf, created in 1862 comprised totally of men then occupying Louisiana and Eastern Texas. The XIX Corps fought mainly in Louisiana, but took part in the Red River Campaign and Sheridan's Shenandoah Campaign where they suffered heavy losses at Opequon. From there, they were sent to Savannah where the majority were mustered out in March of 1865
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