3 edition of History of the First New Jersey Brigade from 1861 to 1865 found in the catalog.
History of the First New Jersey Brigade from 1861 to 1865
by Butternut & Blue
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||515|
The first company of the unit was organized on Octo , but since the low enlistments numbers the companies were individually sent to the front, and were temporarily attached to the 4th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry in the First New Jersey Brigade. It was officially organized and mustered in as a whole on Ma , when the last company was sent to the ance: Union. Get this from a library! Kearny's own: the history of the First New Jersey Brigade in the Civil War. [Bradley M Gottfried] Providing a long-overdue history of the First New Jersey Brigade, this book offers a human window into the turbulent and trying experiences of war. New Jersey Brigade, 1st ()\/span>\n \u00A0\u00A0\u00A0\n.
New Jersey and the Rebellion: A history of the service of the troops and people of New Jersey in aid of the Union cause, by John Young Foster History of the First brigade, New Jersey Volunteers from to , compiled under the authorisation of Kearny's First New Jersey Brigade Society, by Camille Baquet, Second Lieutenant, Company A. The American Civil War began on 12 April when troops in South Carolina fired on Fort Sumter in Charleston Harbor. Also called the "War between the States" and the "War of Secession", the Civil War lasted until Approximately million soldiers fought in the war resulting in almost , deaths.
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During the course of the war, three additional regiments, the 4th, 15th and 23rd New Jersey Volunteers, became associated with the brigade.
On JGovernor Charles S. Olden reviewed the troops, who then boarded trains and headed south to Washington to enter the war. Unlike most other brigades in the Union Army, the 1st New Jersey Brigade remained intact throughout the war, finally Author: Historynet Staff. History of the First brigade, New Jersey volunteers, from to [Camille Baquet] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This is a reproduction of a book published before This book may have occasional imperfections such as missing or blurred pages1/5(1). History of the First Brigade, New Jersey Volunteers: From to Author: Camille Baquet: Contributor: Society of Kearny's New Jersey Brigade: Publisher: MacCrellish & Quigley, state printers, Original from: the New York Public Library: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.
Camille Baquet’s History of the First Brigade, Phil Kearny’s Jerseymen. First rate brigade history of a famous VI Corps unit, w/useful information on the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 15th, 23rd, 10th and 40th N.J.
V.g.; bright. Baquet, Camille. HISTORY OF THE FIRST BRIGADE, NEW JERSEY VOLUNTEERS FROM TO History of the First brigade, New Jersey volunteers, from to Item Preview remove-circle History Civil War, Regimental histories Publisher Trenton, N.J., MacCrellish & Quigley, state printers Be the first one to write a review.
1, Views Pages: While most units were composed of regiments from different states that were disbanded after three years, the First New Jersey Brigade was the enduring exception. Despite the group's remarkable coherency, it started as many military units did during the early stages of the war-a disorganized ragtag outfit that was poorly trained and ill-prepared.
Through the course of the Civil War, the brigade was composed entirely of units from New Jersey, the only Union brigade during the war to be constituted as such. Its origins were on May 4,when New Jersey was directed by the Federal government to fill a quota of three infantry regiments to serve a three-year term of enlistment.
History of the First Brigade, New Jersey Volunteers by Baquet, Camille; Society of Kearny's New Jersey Brigade. Publication date Topics United States--History--Civil War, Regimental histories Publisher Trenton, N. J., MacCrellish & Quigley, state printers.
Second Regiment (First Brigade).-We have seen by the foregoing chapter that the people of Essex County responded with the most eager alacrity to the first call for troops to defend the numerous, indeed, were the volunteers for active service, that within two weeks after the first call, April 15th,several additional regiments might have been furnished.
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camille baquet, history of the first brigade, new jersey volunteers from to History of the First Brigade, Phil Kearny’s Jerseymen READ MORE $ buy this item. Inhe published the work History of the First Brigade, New Jersey Volunteers (Kearny's First New Jersey Brigade) from towhich chronicled the military history of his brigade.
Until the yearit was the only full-length work on that famed VI Corps unit. This database provides access to an electronic version of Adjutant General William S.
Stryker's two-volume Record of Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Civil War,originally published by the State of New Jersey in There is an account of the creation of Officers and Men of New Jersey in the Civil War in the text of the book.
Baquet, Camille, "History of the First Brigade, New Jersey Volunteers (Kearny's First New Jersey Brigade) from to ", Bilby, Joseph G. and Goble, William C., "Remember You Are Jerseymen: A Military History of Jersey's Troops in the Civil War", Longstreet House, Hightstown, June ISBN Foster, John Y.,Branch: Union Army.
The First, Second, Third, and Fourth regiments made up the core of the First New Jersey Brigade and the Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, and Eighth comprised the Second Brigade. New Jersey regiments distinguished themselves on the field of battle. The First Infantry lost forty-four killed at Manassas and thirty-seven killed in the Wilderness.1/5(1).
Get this from a library. History of the First brigade, New Jersey volunteers, from to [Camille Baquet; Society of Kearny's New Jersey brigade.]. From the first battle at Bull Run to the surrender of Lee's army at Appomattox four years later, only one federal infantry brigade experienced the entire Civil War as a cohesive unit.
While most units were composed of regiments from different states that were disbanded after three years, the First New Jersey Brigade was the enduring exception.
Free 2-day shipping. Buy History of the First Brigade, New Jersey Volunteers, from to (Paperback) at nd: Camille Baquet. New Jersey. Adjutant-General's Office. RECORD OF OFFICERS AND MEN OF NEW JERSEY IN THE CIVIL WAR, Trenton, NJ, John L.
Murphy, Steam Book and Job Printer, Two volumes. "Published by authority of the Legislature." William S. Stryker, Adjutant General. The history of the Ninth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Second Brigade, First Division, Fifth Army Corps, Army of the Potomac, June, June, by Macnamara, Daniel George, They fought through the Appomattox Campaign and all were discharged on 30 June This book STOPPING PICKETT: THE HISTORY OF THE PHILADELPHIA BRIGADE is more then merely a history of the actions of this Brigade-it is the story of how civilians were forged into an effective fighting unit that gained lasting fame on the Gettysburg battlefield.5/5(1).Get this from a library!
Kearny's own: the history of the First New Jersey Brigade in the Civil War. Providing a long-overdue history of the First New Jersey Brigade, this book offers a human window into the turbulent and trying experiences of war. Army.
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