The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, Volumes 1-11; Volume 12, Parts 1-3; Volumes 13-16; Volume 17, Parts 1-2; Volume 18; Volume 19, Parts 1-2; Volumes 20-22; Volume 23, Parts 1-2; Volume 24, Parts 1-3; Volume 25, Parts 1-2; Volume 26, Parts 1-2; Volume 27, Parts 1-3; Volume 28, Parts 1-2; Volume 29, Parts 1-2; Volume 30; Volume 31, Parts 1-3; Volume 32, Parts 1-3; Volume 33; Volume 34, Parts 1-4; Volume 35, Parts 1-2; Volume 36, Parts 1-3; Volume 37, Parts 1-2; Volume 38, Parts 1-5; Volume 39, Parts 1-3; Volume 40, Parts 1-3; Volume 41, Parts 1-4; Volume 42, Parts 1-3; Volume 43, Parts 1-2; Volume 44; Volume 45, Parts 1-2; Volume 46, Parts 1-3; Volume 47, Parts 1-3; Volume 48, Parts 1-2; Volume 49, Parts 1-2; Volume 50, Parts 1-2; Volume 51, Parts 1-2; Volumes 52-53; Volume 56; Volumes 58-59; Volume 62; Volume 81; Volume 83; Volumes 101-102; Volumes 118-121; Volumes 124-125; Volume 135

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U.S. Government Printing Office, 1892 - Confederate States of America
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Found also in the House Miscellaneous documents of the 52 to the 56th Congress./ Each number has special index. Inserted in each volume: Additions and corrections ... Washington, Govt. Print. Off., 1902./ Series 1,v. 1-53, series 3,v. 1-5, and series 4,v. 1-3 include "Alternate designations of organizations mentioned." /Vol 54-55 of series 1 (serial no. 112-113)"HAVE NOT BEEN PUBLISHED, AND NO MATERIAL FOR THEM IS IN HAND." cf. General Index, p. xi. Series 2,v. 1 (serial no. 114) with imprint 1894, was not issued until 1898./ Edited in the War Records Office, 1880-July 1899; in the Record and Pension Office, July 1899-1901 Robert N. Scott compiled and edited v. 1-18, 1880-87, and also collected the greater part of the material for v. 19-36, 1887-91. After his death in 1887 the work was continued by Henry M. Lazelle, 1887-89, and by a board of publication, 1889-99, consisting of George B. Davis, 1889-97, Leslie J. Perry, 1889-99, Joseph W. Kirkley, 1889-99,and Fred C. Ainsworth, 1898-99; from 1889-1901 edited by Fred C. Ainsworth and Joseph W. Kirkley. A digital reproduction made from a copy held by Cornell University is available from Cornell University's Making of America Web Site.

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Contents

Operations in Mississippi and West Tennessee including those in Arkansas and Louisiana connected
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1862June 11 1863
357
Lieut Col Joseph F Ramsey One hundred and eightyseventh Pennsyl vania Infantry
360
Col Samuel Harriman Thirtyseventh Wisconsin Infantry
377
Capt John R Breitenbach One hundred and sixth Pennsylvania Infantry of operations June 22
386
No 77 Brig Gen Gershom Mott U S Army commanding Third Division of operations June 22 and July 2630
388
Brig Gen P Regis de Trobriand U S Army commanding First Brigade
390
Capt Madison M Cannon Fortieth New York Infantry
393
Lieut Col Michael W Burns Seventythird New York Infantry No 81 Capt John B Vande Wiele Fourth New York Heavy Artillery including operation...
397
Col William Humphrey Second Michigan Infantry commanding Second
399
1317
401
Maj Samuel McConihe Ninetythird New York Infantry
402
Lieut Col William B Neeper Fiftyseventh Pennsylvania Infantry No 88 Lieut Col George Zinn Eightyfourth Pennsylvania Infantry
406
Capt John C Conser One hundred and fifth Pennsylvania Infantry
407
operations July 2630
411
Capt Thomas C Godfrey Fifth New Jersey Infantry
415
Capt Thomas C Thompson Seventh New Jersey Infantry
417
Maj Virgil M Healy Eighth New Jersey Infantry
419
Col Robert McAllister Eleventh New Jersey Infantry of operations June 1216 No 98 Lieut Col John Schoonover Eleventh New Jersey Infantry of ope...
421
Col John C Tidball Fourth New York Heavy Artillery commanding Artillery Brigade of operations June 12July
422
Maj John G Hazard First Rhode Island Light Artillery commanding Artillery Brigade of operations July 130
425
Capt Edwin B Dow Sixth Maine Battery No 102 Capt J Henry Sleeper Tenth Massachusetts Battery
428
Capt Frederick M Edgell First New Hampshire Battery
429
Capt A Judson Clark Battery B First New Jersey Light Artillery
431
Capt Nelson Ames Battery G First New York Light Artillery No 106 Capt James H Wood Fourth New York Heavy Artillery commanding Mortar Batt...
433
Capt John E Burton Eleventh New York Battery
434
Capt George F McKnight Twelfth New York Battery
435
Capt R Bruce Ricketts Battery F First Pennsylvania Light Artillery of operations June 12July 1
438
Lient Col J Albert Monroe First Rhode Island Light Artillery Chief of Artillery of operations July 30
440
Maj James A Cunningham Thirtysecond Massachusetts Infantry
460
Maj John D Lentz Ninetyfirst Pennsylvania Infantry
461
Col Alfred L Pearson One hundred and fiftyfifth Pennsylvania Infantry No 121 Maj Oliver B Knowles Twentyfirst Pennsylvania Cavalry dismounted
463
Maj Ellis Spear Twentieth Maine Infantry Third Brigade of operations
464
June 1221
465
Capt Guy W Fuller Sixteenth Michigan Infantry
466
Maj Edward B Knox Fortyfourth New York Infantry
467
Lieut Col De Witt C McCoy Eightythird Pennsylvania Infantry
468
Lieut Col Charles P Herring One hundred and eighteenth Pennsylvania Infantry No 129 Col Samuel A Graham Purnell Legion Maryland Infantry co...
469
Col Richard N Bowerman Fourth Maryland Infantry
470
Lieut Col Michael Wiedrich Fifteenth New York Heavy Artillery Third Brigade
471
Brig Gen Samuel W Crawford U S Army commanding Third Division of operations June 17
472
Brig Gen Lysander Cutler U S Army commanding Fourth Division
473
Maj Merit C Welsh Seventh Indiana Infantry First Brigade No 135 Col J William Hofmann Fiftysixth Pennsylvania Infantry commanding Second Bri...
475
Capt James E Baily Third Delaware Infantry
477
Operations in Northern Virginia West Virginia Maryland and Pennsylvania September 3Novem
491
Brig Gen Emory Upton U S Army commanding Second Brigade
492
Col William Humphrey Second Michigan Infantry of operations June
498
Maj Thomas McLaughlin One hundred and second Pennsylvania Infantry
499
Col J Warten Keifer One hundred and tenth Ohio Infantry commanding
505
Col Matthew R McClennan One hundred and thirtyeighth Pennsylvania
512
Part IReports 1997
516
Lieut Jacob H Lamb Battery C First Rhode Island Light Artillery
518
Part 1Reports 1936
532
Capt Willard D Tripp Twentyninth Massachusetts Infantry of oper
552
Lieut Col Byron M Cutcheon Twentieth Michigan Infantry
588
Brig Gen Edward Ferrero U S Army commanding Fourth Division
594
Capt Albert F Thomas Second Maine Battery No 216 Capt Ezekiel R Mayo Third Maine Battery of operations July 30
601
Lieut Seth A Emery Third Maine Battery of operations July 930
602
Capt Adelbert B Twitchell Seventh Maine Battery
603
Capt Edward J Jones Eleventh Massachusetts Battery
605
Capt Joseph W B Wright Fourteenth Massachusetts Battery No 221 Capt Edward W Rogers Nineteenth New York Battery
606
Capt John B Eaton Twentyseventh New York Battery of operations June 14July 30
608
Lieut George W Silvis Battery D Pennsylvania Light Artillery
610
Capt Romeo H Start Third Vermont Battery
611
Brig Gen David McM Gregg U S Army commanding Second Division Cavalry Corps of operations July 730
612
Col J Irvin Gregg Sixteenth Pennsylvania Cavalry commanding Second Brigade of operations July 2630
618
Operations in Kentucky Southwest Virginia Tennessee Mississippi Alabama and North Georgia
620
Brig Gen John B McIntosh U S Army commanding First Brigade of operations June 22July 2
634
Maj George 0 Marcy First Connecticut Cavalry of operations June
638
Lieut Col Charles C Suydam Third New Jersey Cavalry of operations June 14July 25
640
Col Otto Harbans Second New York Cavalry of operations July 27
641
Col George H Chapman Third Indiana Cavalry commanding Second Brigade of operations June 13July 12
643
Capt Thomas W Moffitt Third Indiana Cavalry of operations June 22
647
Lieut Col Benjamin T Hutchins First New Hampshire Cavalry of oper ations June 22July 2
650
Maj Edmund M Pope Eighth New York Cavalry of operations June 22July 2
651
operations July 1130
652
Lient Charles L Fitzhugh Battery E Fourth U S Artillery of operations June 2229
653
Col Henry L Abbot First Connecticut Heavy Artillery commanding Siege Train including operations June 14October 31
655
Brig Gen Godfrey Weitzel U S Army Chief Engineer Department of Virginia and North Carolina of operations June 130
675
Part 1Reports 1703
703
Lieut Walter S Perrin Battery A First Rhode Island Light Artillery of operations July 829
745
VOLUME IV
763
Part IReports January 20May 15 including the General Reports for whole period
787
eastern Virginia August 1 1801Janu
823
Page
833
Part IIReports May 16August 10 1699
843
VII
868
Part IIUnion and Confederate Correspondence etc 1889
889

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