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    • Camp Randall Arch
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    • Seloftus D. Forbes
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    • Rufus R. Dawes' Service With the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers
    • 1863
    • 172 Battle Flag op the Second Mississippi Regiment, Captueed at Gettysbuhg. In his official report General Doubleday says that when Cut¬ ler's regiments were overpowered and driven back, "the moment was a critical one, involving the...


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    • Report of the proceedings of the annual reunion of the Association of the Third Wisconsin Infantry Volunteers
    • 1900
    • THIRD WISCONSIN INFANTRY ASSOCIATION. 27 Chaplain Springer in civil* Hie.


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    • Report of the proceedings of the annual reunion of the Association of the Third Wisconsin Infantry Volunteers
    • 1907
    • Lieut. Col. W. A. DOYLE, M, S. Florence, Montana. Photo for the above plate was delayed. In the letter following, Comrade Doyle says : "I now hand you the best picture I can get in this out of the way place. You will probably prefer it in uniform...


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    • The Iron Brigade
    • 1863
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    • Charles M. Smith
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    • Birthplace of the Grand Army of the Republic
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    • Rufus R. Dawes' Service With the Sixth Wisconsin Volunteers
    • 1863
    • 173 our forces."* Later in the day we marched through the railroad cut, and about one thousand muskets lay in the bottom of it. Only one regiment surrendered as an organization, and that was the second Mississippi Volunteers. The ninety-fifth New...


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    • Report of the proceedings of the annual reunion of the Association of the Third Wisconsin Infantry Volunteers
    • 1900
    • 28 TENTH ANNUAL REUNION OF THE Chaplain Springer in uniform.


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    • Wisconsin Local History & Biography Articles (WLHBA) Biographical Newspaper clippings, 1861-1930, Vol. 1
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    • OENEP.AL LI ( ITS F Vir.CIIILD. men at tho battle of Gettysburg. In leading a desperate charge up Seminary hill Gen. Fairchild's military career was closed by a ball which shattered his left arm, rendering amputation necessary. While at home...


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    • Hosea Whitford Rood's Story of the service of Company E and of the Twelfth Wisconsin Regiment of Veteran Volunteer Infantry, in the War of the Rebellion
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    • HOSEA W. ROOD, COMPANY E.


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    • General Grant
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    • John Adams Dix
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    • George Hoyt
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    • Wisconsin Local History & Biography Articles (WLHBA) Biographical Newspaper clippings, 1861-1930, Vol. 2
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    • CWCL103; 3 TELLS STORY OF BATTLE FOUGHT AT GETTYSBURG \ I ;:-l5- S. D. KOiSS servation station. The Confederate advance appeared about 8 o'clock, but Buford's men held thcra until the arrival of Gen. Reynolds with the 1st Army Corps, about 10...


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    • William Wallace's Civil War letters: the Virginia campaign
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    • HOLZHUETER: CIVIL WAR LETTERS Society's Iconographie Collections William Wallace in his later years. The author of these remarkable documents was born near Culdaff in County Donegal on December 17, 1830. Probably encouraged by other family...


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    • Hosea Rood's Wisconsin at Vicksburg
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    • JAMES 0. DAVIDSON ' Governor oí Wisconsin from January 1, 1906, to January 2, 1911


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    • Annual Reunions of the Tenth Wisconsin Infantry
    • 1898
    • TENTH WISCONSIN INFANTRY ASSOCIATION. 25 Short Biographical SRctcb of Alfred R. Cbapin. Alfred R. Chapin was born in Hartford, Conn., July 30th, 1825 When still a lad was placed in school at Rochester, N. Y. In 1839. his parents moA-ed to the...


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    • Charles B. Aubrey
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