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Resolutions adopted by McGowan"s Brigade, South Carolina Volunteers

Confederate States of America. Army. McGowan"s Brigade

Resolutions adopted by McGowan"s Brigade, South Carolina Volunteers

by Confederate States of America. Army. McGowan"s Brigade

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Published by s.n. in [Richmond .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Propaganda, Confederate -- Confederate States of America,
  • South Carolina -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesConfederate imprints, 1861-1865 -- reel 8, no. 538
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[1] leaf
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15177802M

      The regimental history portion of the book is just barely second in length in the entire series, weighing in at a hefty pages. Only Jim Clary’s book on the 15 th South Carolina beats it, and only by two pages. Davis does a good job of following some of . DISCLAIMER: The 2nd South Carolina Rifles does not promote hate in any fashion nor belongs too or assocates with any hate related groups, parties or organizations. The 2nd Regiment Rifles South Carolina Volunteers are a registered (c)(3) Non-Profit Originzation with the State of South Carolina.

      When the book moves on to the battles the 13 th South Carolina participated in, however, there is an overreliance on the official reports of officers and on J.F.J. Caldwell’s famous book A History Of A Brigade of South Carolinians Known First as “Gregg’s,” and Subsequently as “McGowan’s Brigade. The author does very well leading up. Muster roll of Co. L, 1st Regiment of S. C. Volunteers, Captain William A. Kelley cubic ft. C Confederate States of America. Army. South Carolina Infantry Regiment, 2nd. Order book of the 2nd Regiment, S. C. Volunteers cubic ft. C Confederate States of America. Army. South Carolina Infantry Regiment, 4th.

    The following account of the organization of the 1st Regiment, South Carolina Volunteers, under John Hagood, is taken from Johnson Hagood's Memoirs of the War of Secession, p et seq: On the 17th December, , in view of the probable passage of the Ordinance of Secession by the State Convention then in session, the Legislature of South. The bearer, PRINCE RIVERS, Sergeant in First Regiment South Carolina Volunteers, lately claimed as a slave, having been employed in hostility to the United States, is hereby, agreeably to the law.


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Resolutions adopted by McGowan"s Brigade, South Carolina Volunteers by Confederate States of America. Army. McGowan"s Brigade Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Resolutions adopted by McGowan's Brigade, South Carolina Volunteers. [Confederate States of America. Army. McGowan's Brigade.; Confederate States of America Collection (Library of Congress)]. South Carolina Volunteers book this from a library. Resolutions adopted by McGowan's Brigade, South Carolina Volunteers.

[Confederate States of America. Army. McGowan's Brigade.]. Resolutions adopted by Bratton's brigade, South Carolina volunteers, January 30th, [pledging loyalty to the cause of the Confederacy] by Confederate States of America.

Army. South Carolina Infantry. Bratton's Brigade; Erwin, John BPages: 8. The 1st South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Regiment (Colored) was a Union Army regiment during the American Civil War, formed by General Rufus was composed of escaped slaves from South Carolina and was one of the first black regiments in the Union Army.

Department of the South staff officer James D. Fessenden was heavily involved in efforts to recruit volunteers for the Allegiance: United States of America, Union. The 1st South Carolina Rifles served in Gregg's/McGowan's South Carolina Brigade - 1st, 12th, 13th, 14th South Carolina Infantry and Orr's Rifles - in A.P.

Hill's Light Division, later in the Third Corps of the Army of Northern Virginia. Confederate States of America. Army. Gregg's Brigade (), Confederate States of America. Army. McGowan's Brigade (), Confederate States of America.

Army. South Carolina Infantry, United States -- Resolutions adopted by McGowans Brigade Civil War, Regimental histories Publisher Marietta, Ga., Continental Book Co CollectionPages: 6th Regiment South Carolina Cavalry (Dixie Rangers, 1st Partisan Rangers, Aiken's Partisan Rangers) 7th Regiment, South Carolina Cavalry.

4th Battalion, Cavalry. 10th Battalion, Cavalry. 12th Battalion, Cavalry (4th Squadron Cavalry) 14th Battalion, Cavalry. 17th (6th) Battalion, Cavalry. 19th Battalion, Cavalry. Tucker's Company, Cavalry. The information on the 2Oth South Carolina comes largely from D. Augustus Dickert's "A History of Kershaw's Brigade".

Although Dickert was a member of the brigade, the book was written nearly 35 years after the war when the veterans' memories were not always reliable. The 12th South Carolina was originally stationed at Hilton Head Island to protect South Carolina from the Federal Army.

In Aprilthe Regiment was transferred to the Army of Northern Virgina, where it remained until the end of the war. Some of the highlights of the part the 12th played in the war were at these battles: Seven days Battle. 4th South Carolina Volunteers (Sloan's) (South Carolina volunteers in the Civil War) [Field, Ron] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

4th South Carolina Volunteers (Sloan's) (South Carolina volunteers in the Civil War)Author: Ron Field. 6th Regt SC Volunteers, Rock Hill, SC. likes. The Sixth Regiment South Carolina infantry is a non-profit Historical and Living History Society.

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2nd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Regiment By: Mac Wyckoff Email: [email protected] The 2nd South Carolina participated in as many, if not more, battles than any other regiment on either side. It is one of the few units that was established before the bombardment of Fort Sumter and existed until several weeks after Lee's surrender at.

User Review - Flag as inappropriate I read this book while researching my ancestor who was a private along with his brother and brother-in-law, fighting in the South Carolina First Regiment of Rifles (aka Orr's rifles) They were one of the 5 regiments in this brigade.

(Orr's, 1st SC Infantry, 12th SC, 13th SC and 14thSC Infantry Regiments) The author, JFJ Caldwell was a Lieutenant in the 1st 5/5(2). 11th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry (9th Volunteers) Overview: 11th Infantry Regiment [also called 9th Regiment] was organized during the summer of with men from Beaufort, Clarendon, and Colleton counties.

The unit served in the Charleston area, fought at Pocataligo, then was stationed at Hardeeville. Note: A detachment of 2nd South Carolina Infantry (31), under the command of Lieutenant Colonel J D Blanding, 2nd South Carolina Infantry, was stationed at Castle Pinckney, Shutes Folly Island, Charleston Harbour, on 3 March,and the Clarendon Volunteers or Rifles was mustered in state service as the 2nd South Carolina Infantry, Company I.

The Flags of Civil War South Carolina. South Carolina Zouave Volunteers. Edgefield Hussars Relic Room crescent Dragoons edged Edgefield embroidered fire gold fringe guidon Hagood's Brigade Hampton Legion hoist Infantry South Carolina Kershaw's Brigade ladies Lone Star Manassas Morris Island motto National Flag Northern Virginia.

The discharge states, “not mustering into Confederate service”; the 11th was attached to the Department of South Carolina, Georgia and Florida, Novem ; the history of the unit indicates no engagements during his term of enlistment; Robb’s discharge gives his description as a ” in height, light complexion, blue eyes.

1st Cavalry Regiment Historical Notes: The First South Carolina Regiment of Cavalry was formed in using the SC 1st Cavalry Battalion as its nucleus. The men were from Charleston and the counties of Abbeyville, Allendale, Chester, and Georgetown.

With A History of the 15th South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Regiment:Jim Clary has written the most impressive book to date in the South Carolina Regimental-Roster Set series. Every one of the books in this series worth the money for the roster alone, but Clary sets the bar high for regimental histories to come.

2nd Reserves, 90 days, 3rd Reserves, 90 days, 5th Reserves, 90 days, Sam Davis’ A History of the 3 rd South Carolina Volunteer Infantry Battalion is part of the second release of books in Broadfoot Publishing’s new South Carolina Regimental-Roster Set series. The large number of maps and illustrations along with the lengthy and interesting regimental history combine with the impressive roster to provide a first rate history of the James Battalion.Revolutionary War South Carolina Muster Rolls Horry County Historical Society Muster Roll of Capt.

Richard B. Roberts’ Company, Continental Corps of Artillery South Carolina Pension applications Pension Applications, Individuals Women of South Carolina in the Revolution (hosted at Prison Ship Forbay, Charles Town Harbour (hosted atSouth Carolina USGenWeb Project) Census of Pensioners.