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    • history
    • William De Loss Love's Wisconsin in the War of the Rebellion, Vol. 2
    • 1864
    • 936 WISCONSIN IN THB WAB. The Federal loss in the battle of the Wilderness was, 8,288 killed, 19,278 wounded, 6,784 prisoners, and twenty-two guns; the Confederate loss, 3,500 men killed, 16,000 wounded, and 8,400 prisoners, BATTLES OF ...


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    • Quiner Scrapbooks: Correspondence of the Wisconsin Volunteers, 1861-1865, Volume 10
    • 1864
    • 1 The noiitt- of th.-ir enminir is brief, the woaih..r ..omewhal eold f„r out of door displavs l,ui w.. ir.ist that some arranjre- m.-Ill will lic iniide upon Ih-ir arrival on tomorrow, to -ive ih.-.sft noble men a fit¬ ting recepiion. Onr...


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    • Quiner Scrapbooks: Correspondence of the Wisconsin Volunteers, 1861-1865, Volume 10
    • 1864
    • 'A erallf used, I have known during the war.— jj -jiy^s a Our loss in killed and v»onndfcd in storming , ,'_,., , , , thc third line lar exceeded the other two. hy Ibc .>th, in the grand opening Stiugglo good accounl of the part ...


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    • Map of the battle field of Spottsylvania C.H. : showing the field of operations of the Army of the Potomac commanded by Maj. Gen. George G. Meade U.S.A., from May 8th to 21st, 1865 [i.e. 1864] / surveyed under the orders of Bvt. Col. J.C. Duane,...
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    • Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia (vicinity), May 8, 1864
    • 1864
    • to cn From The Army in the Civil War. By special permission of the publishers. Copyright, 1883, 1SS5, by Charles ScribnEr's Sons.


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    • Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia, May 10, 1864 (1 - morning)
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    • Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia, May 9, 1864
    • 1864
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    • Wilderness and Spotsylvania, Virginia, May 7, 1864
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    • Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia, May 8, 1864
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    • Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia, May13, 1864
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    • Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia, May 12, 1864
    • 1864
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    • Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia, May 19, 1864
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    • Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia, May 10, 1864 (2 - afternoon)
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    • Battle of Spotsylvania Court House, Virginia, May14, 1864
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    • personal narrative
    • Rufus R. Dawes' Service With the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers
    • 1864
    • 265 tinued fighting and hardship since I wrote two days ago, beyond what I can now describe. We charged upon the enemy's rifle nits again on Thursday, and were as usual driven back. *Thurs- day night. May 12th, we stood in mud over my boot tops,...


    • personal narrative
    • Rufus R. Dawes' Service With the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers
    • 1864
    • 264 during the entire night, and on the eighth of May we were i line of battle in the vicinity of Todd's Tavern, where the cavalrv were engaged with the enemy. We continued our march toward Spottsylvania and before our arrival the secona division...


    • personal narrative
    • Rufus R. Dawes' Service With the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers
    • 1864
    • 265 ' Along the edge of timber skirting the open field we constructed strong log breastwork, which may be called our base of opera¬ tions during the five days of fighting at Laurel Hill. This breastwork was in the valley. The rebel line of...


    • personal narrative
    • Rufus R. Dawes' Service With the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers
    • 1864
    • 266 We now saw the bodies of our soldiers burning in grass and leaves which had been ignited by the musketry. Major General Warren soon came running up the hill to have a look at the rebel works, when I seized his yellow sash and pulled him...


    • personal narrative
    • Rufus R. Dawes' Service With the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers
    • 1864
    • 267 age the rest to follow. I quote from my own official report: "Lieutenant Chas. P. Hyatt, Acting Aide on the staff of Colonel ¦^. W. Robinson, communicated the following order: 'Colonel Bragg directs that the sixth Wisconsin move forward.' I...


    • personal narrative
    • Rufus R. Dawes' Service With the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers
    • 1864
    • 268 # shots from the enemy. We were in plain view of this dreadful struggle, one of the fiercest ahd most deadly of the war. The lines of colors of both armies stood waving within twenty feet of each other and there was a continual roar and crash...

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