Rain, Mud & Swamps: The Story of the 31st Missouri Volunteer Infantry Regiment Gary L. Scheel

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Published: July 30th 1998

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703 pages


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Rain, Mud & Swamps: The Story of the 31st Missouri Volunteer Infantry Regiment  by  Gary L. Scheel

Rain, Mud & Swamps: The Story of the 31st Missouri Volunteer Infantry Regiment by Gary L. Scheel
July 30th 1998 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, ZIP | 703 pages | ISBN: | 8.76 Mb

My book is about the 31st Missouri Infantry Regiment during Americas Civil War. They were part of the 1st and at times the 3rd Brigades, 1st Division, 15th Army Corps. They were a Federal unit that fought at Vicksburg Mississippi, Atlanta CampaignMoreMy book is about the 31st Missouri Infantry Regiment during Americas Civil War.

They were part of the 1st and at times the 3rd Brigades, 1st Division, 15th Army Corps. They were a Federal unit that fought at Vicksburg Mississippi, Atlanta Campaign in Georgia, Lookout Mountain and Missionary Ridge Tennessee, March to the Sea, March through South Carolina and North Carolina and were in the Grand Review in Washington D.C. There are quotes in it from the diaries, letters, unpublished manuscripts, period newspaper articles and Official Records.

Major General Peter J. Osterhaus 1864 diary is quoted. The diary of Colonel A. J. Seay 32nd Missouri Infantry Regiment is quoted. Colonel Seay became the Colonel of the 31st Missouri Infantry Regiment when the 31st Missouri and the 32nd Missouri Infantry Regiment were consolidated into a six company Battalion in November 11, 1864. Also quoted is the following. January-March 1865 diary of my great-great Grandfather Private Fielding Jenkins Smith of Company F.

Letters of Private Henry Kuck Company G, German immigrant to his wife in Carondelet, Missouri. Diary of Lieutenant William H. Lynch Company I 32nd Missouri Infantry and some more references of men in the regiment or in one way or another affiliated with the regiments. There are 20 photos, 20 maps and a complete roster of men in the regiment. There are nineteen chapters and each chapter is titled after the battles they were in except Chapter 1 and Chapter 19.



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