Story of the Twenty-First Regiment, Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, During the Civil War. 1861-1865
Story of the Twenty-First Regiment, Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, During the Civil War. 1861-1865 (1900). Committee: W.S. Hubbell, D.D. Brown and A.M. Crane
1. Regimental beginnings, 1862 -- 2. The gathering, August and September, 1862 -- 3. Organization, September, 1862 -- 4. Off to the front, September 11, 1862 -- 5. Waiting, 1862 -- 6. The advance into Virginia / Captain A.M. Crane -- 7. Fredericksburg / Captain A.M. Crane, call for volunteers / Corporal Palmer and others, Letter / Lieutenant Frank Fowler -- 8. Falmouth and Newport News / Captain A.M. Crane -- 9. The siege of Suffolk / Captain A.M. Crane, General orders no. 28 / Brigadier General George W. Getty, Letter / Sergeant W.B. Avery -- 10. Bowers' Hill, White House, Yorktown / Captain A.M. Crane -- 11. Provost life at Portsmouth and Norfolk / Captain W.S. Hubbell, extract-Old Dominion newspaper -- 12. By land and sea / Captain D.D. Brown, Letter / Captain D.D. Brown -- 13. The Battle of Drewry's Bluff / Captain W.S. Hubbell, casualities, official, wounding of Colonel Arthur H. Dutton, wounding of Colonel Burpee, extract of letters / Colonel Thomas F. Burpee -- 14. Operations on and near the James River / Captain D.D. Browne, reports of Major Hiram R. Crosby, death of Colonel Dutton, death of Colonel Thomas F. Burpee, sketch of Colonel Dutton / Major Clarence E. Dutton, U.S.A. -- 15. The battle of Cold Harbor / Captain W.S. Hubbell, sketch of Colonel Thomas F. Burpee -- 16. In the trenches / Captain Walter P. Long, a just and agreeable order, incidents of the siege -- 17. Report of operations / Major General George J. Stanard -- 18. Battle of Fort Harrison / Captain W.S. Hubbell, appendix to Battle of Fort Harrison -- 19. From Fort Harrison to Fredericksburg Raid / Captain W.S. Hubbell, Fredericksburg Road / Captain W.S. Hubbell, casualities -- 20. Bermuda Hundred / Captain A.M. Crane, high commendation, poem-Theron Brown, sketch of Chaplain Thomas G. Brown / B.E. Smith --21. Operations, fall of 1864, sketch of Lieutenant F.W.H. Buell -- 22. The precious memories of the veteran / Captain W.S. Hubbell -- 23. Incidents and coincidents-the old Army songs, bean soup, poem-On the Potomac, the animated fence, peculiarites of General Butler / Captain E.S. Wheeler, letter from General Devens, record of service, pension office record, Governor's proclamation -- 24. End of the war, medals of honor, the union dead, appendix, dedication of monument, historical address / Captain A.M. Crane, regimental roster
Story of the Twenty-First Regiment, Connecticut Volunteer Infantry, During the Civil War. 1861-1865.