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The artillerymen of historic Fort Monroe, Virginia

Phyllis I. McClellan

The artillerymen of historic Fort Monroe, Virginia

by Phyllis I. McClellan

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Published by Heritage Books in Bowie, MD .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Fort Monroe (Va.)
    • Subjects:
    • United States. Army. Coast Artillery -- History.,
    • United States. Army. Coast Artillery -- Registers.,
    • Fort Monroe (Va.) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Other titlesArtillerymen of Fort Monroe, Va.
      Statementby Phyllis I. McClellan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsUA26.F673 M33 1991
      The Physical Object
      Paginationviii, 256 p. :
      Number of Pages256
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1772049M
      ISBN 101556135297
      LC Control Number92125308
      OCLC/WorldCa25364496

      1end iiig a w: k or so at Old Point during the in-between season. Perhaps In no single. Virginia Gazette (Purdie), 16 Feb and 12 Jul 76; Charles Campbell, ed., The Orderly Book of That Portion of the American Army Stationed at or Near Williamsburg, Va., Under the Command of General Andrew Lewis From March 18th, , to August 28th,

      The relationship between Glassford and Chaffee was remarkably similar to that between Col. Charles Tompkins and Lt. Col. J. Albert Monroe in the Civil War. Both men had worked in tandem to insure the Rhode Island Light Artillery was a potent force; now that effort was played out again on Author: Robert Grandchamp. Sherman’s army forms lines around Savannah and prepares to attack its principle defensive point at Fort McAllister. Decem General Sherman reaches the sea and contacts the Union fleet. At 5pm, Union troops of General William B. Hazen’s division of the Fifteenth Corps of the Army of the Tennessee charge Fort McAllister.

      Department of Defense Legacy Resource Management Program PROJECT Stabilization and Preservation of DoD-owned Military Fortifications Douglas R. Cubbison. This web page has an important photograph of Photograph of the Federal Navy, and seaborne expeditions against the Atlantic Coast of the Confederacy -- specifically of Fort Monroe, Va, and a nice collection of historic photos. Virginia at War American Civil 64 pins.


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More than years of Fort Monroe history is depicted in a new book that was released Monday and bears the name of two Casemate Museum staffers — Paul Morando and David Johnson.

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1; Montgomery County, VA Platt Book A – C, ; Richmond County, VA Miscellaneous Records, ; Richmond County, VA Deeds and Bonds. In Maythree slaves commandeered a canoe and paddled to the safety of Union occupied Fort Monroe, Virginia.

When a Confederate officer sought the return of the men based on the U.S. Fugitive Slave Law, Butler pointed out that since the state of Virginia had seceded from the Union, its citizens could no longer benefit from Federal laws.

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artillerymen. I learn that construction of the stone fort began into be. Four days afterward, Moultrie’s resident Companies A and D depart for Fort Monroe, Virginia, after which Lt.-Col. John Lane Gardner and Company E under Capt. Abner Doubleday also arrive aboard the steamer Gordon from Fort Capron, Florida, to join H at Moultrie as of June 16th.

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9th ARK CampSons of Confederate Veterans. 1, likes 85 talking about this. This artifact is undoubtedly the most historic artifact ever to be discovered from the bloodiest battle west of the Mississippi.

however the closest Army troops available were artillerymen stationed at Fort Monroe near Norfolk, Virginia. Floyd did find 5/5. This quarterly newsletter of the Marine Corps historical program is published chaeological Spciety of Fort Monroe.

The 6-pounders was manned by the Virginia state artillerymen. Altogether.By the end ofthe brigade had been reduced to 48 officers and 1, enlisted soldiers. Companies E and I, 1st U.S. Colored Cavalry, had been re-assigned from Fort Pocahontas to Fort Powhatan and Harrison’s Landing, respectively.

By 31 DecemberMajor William H. Tantum, 38th New Jersey, commanded the garrison at Fort Pocahontas.The ships reached Fort Monroe on the night of the 8th. Sachem, was present the next day during Monitor's historic engagement with Confederate ironclad ram, Virginia, the former USS Merrimack.

On the 17th, Sachem was assigned to the Coast Survey and, with the assistant in charge, soon sailed for the Gulf of Mexico where Flag Officer Farragut was.