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The War for the Union, 1861-1865. A Record of Its Defenders, Living and Dead, from Steuben County, Indiana; and History of Veteran Organizations and Kindred Associations

by Jesse H. Carpenter. (Angola, Ind.:, 1889). ACPL Call Number GC 973.74 In2ca.

Title Page
Fourth Michigan Volunteer Infantry
Forty-second Illinois Volunteer Infantry
McClellen's Dragoons
Ninth Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Twenty-first Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Twenty-ninth Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Forty-fourth Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Seventy-fourth Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Eighty-eighth Indiana Volunteer Infantry
One Hundredth Indiana Volunteer Infantry
Seventh Indiana Cavalry
Twelfth Indiana Cavalry
Hundred and Twenty-ninth Indiana
Hundred and Fifty-second Indiana
Miscellaneous Enlistments
Recapitulation of Enlisted Men
The Draft
Indiana Legion
Army Surgeons and Pension Examiners
Roll of Honor
Cemeteries of the County
H. Judson Kilpatrick Post, GAR No. 45, WRC No. 58
S. C. Aldrich Post No. 138, GAR
B. J. Crosswait Post GAR No. 150 WRC No. 37
Middleton Perfect Post GAR No. 173 WRC No. 99
Miletus McGowon Post No. 239
McLain Post No. 342 GAR
Leamon Griffith Post GAR No. 387, WRC No. 111
H. L. Townsend Post No. 405 GAR
Ex-soldiers Not Listed in the GAR
Pint Snyder Camp No. 99
D. B. Frederick Camp No. 109
C. H. Daugherty Camp No. 135
M. B. Butler Camp No. 26
Charles F. Kinney Camp No. 134
Reminiscencies from a 7th Cavalry Boy--Lafayette Burkett
Battle of Stone River--M. B. Butler
The 129th Indiana at the Battles of Franklin and Nashville--E. G. Melendy
Company H 74th Indiana at Missionary Ridge--Nelson J. Letts



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