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Kirtland Community College Library E 514.4 .F56 2015 30775305492408 General Collection Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781467113458
  • ISBN: 146711345X
  • Physical Description: print
    127 pages : illustrations, 24 cm.
  • Publisher: Charleston, South Carolina : Arcadia Publishing, [2015]

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Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (page 127).
Formatted Contents Note: With stars on their shoulders -- Officers and gentlemen of regiments and companies -- The rank and file -- Camp scenes, field musicians, and unknowns -- The ultimate sacrifice -- Bravery, gallantry, valor, and the Medal of Honor -- Veterans' memories and monuments.
Summary, etc.: "When the 1st Michigan Volunteer Infantry regiment arrived in Washington, DC, President Lincoln exclaimed: Thank God for Michigan! The state raised more than 90,000 men to serve during the Civil War, and 69 of them received the Medal of Honor. Notable Michiganders include Gens. Israel Richardson, Orlando Poe, Alpheus Williams, Orlando Willcox, and George Hartsuff, as well as The Boy General, George Armstrong Custer, and Officer Norman Hall, who was stationed at Fort Sumter when the war began. Featuring images of the 4th Michigan Cavalry, which captured Confederate president Jefferson Davis at the wars end, and never-before-published photographs of Wolverine soldiers, Images of America: Remembering Michigans Civil War Soldiers highlights hundreds of Michiganians who were committed to preserving the Union."-- From back cover.
Subject: Michigan History Civil War, 1861-1865 Biography Pictorial works
Michigan History Civil War, 1861-1865 Pictorial works
Soldiers Michigan Biography Pictorial works
Michigan Biography Pictorial works
United States History Civil War, 1861-1865 Pictorial works

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Remembering Michigan's Civil War Soldiers
Remembering Michigan's Civil War Soldiers
by Finney Jr., David D.; McIntosh, Judith Stermer
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Remembering Michigan's Civil War Soldiers


When the 1st Michigan Volunteer Infantry regiment arrived in Washington, DC, President Lincoln exclaimed: "Thank God for Michigan!" The state raised more than 90,000 men to serve during the Civil War, and 69 of them received the Medal of Honor. Notable Michiganders include Gens. Israel Richardson, Orlando Poe, Alpheus Williams, Orlando Willcox, and George Hartsuff, as well as "The Boy General," George Armstrong Custer, and Officer Norman Hall, who was stationed at Fort Sumter when the war began. Featuring images of the 4th Michigan Cavalry, which captured Confederate president Jefferson Davis at the war's end, and never-before-published photographs of Wolverine soldiers, Images of America: Remembering Michigan's Civil War Soldiers highlights hundreds of Michiganians who were committed to preserving the Union.
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