Military Records of the Massachusetts Volunteers
15 COMPLETE Publications
15 Complete Searchable Publications on one CD
Record of the Massachusetts volunteers, 1861-1865: Boston: The Adjutant
General under a resolve of the General Court, 1868-1870, 1886 pgs., TWO
Volumes - Link to Volume I. Contents
- Link to Volume II. Contents
History of the Thirty-Seventh Regiment, Mass. Volunteers, in the Civil War
of 1861-1865: with a comprehensive sketch of the doings of Massachusetts
as a state, and of the principal campaigns of the war Holyoke, Mass.: C.W.
Bryan & Co., 1884, Bowen, James L., 480 pgs.
The Fifty-Seventh Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers in the War of the
Rebellion : Army of the Potomac Boston, Mass.: E.B. Stillings & Co.,
printers, 1896, Anderson, John, 553 pgs.
Three years in the army : the story of the Thirteenth Massachusetts Volunteers
from July 16, 1861, to August 1, 1864: Boston: Estes and Lauriat, 1894,
Davis, Charles E., 529 pgs.
The Tenth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1864 : a western
Massachusetts regiment Springfield, Mass.: Tenth Regiment Veteran Association,
1909, Roe, Alfred S., 536 pgs.
Bearing arms in the Twenty-seventh Massachusetts Regiment of Volunteer Infantry
during the Civil War : 1861-1865 Boston: Wright & Potter Print. Co.,
1883, Derby, W. P., 636 pgs.
The Fifty-fifth Regiment of the Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Colored):
June 1863-September 1865, Brookline, Mass.: Riverdale Press, 1919, Wilder,
Burt G., 9 pgs.
History of the Fifty-fourth regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry,
1863-1865 Boston: Boston Book Co., 1891, Emilio, Luis F. , 455 pgs.
The story of the Fifteenth Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry in the
Civil War, 1861-1864: Clinton: Press of W.J. Coulter, Courant Office,
1898, Ford, Andrew E., 426 pgs.
History of the Forty-second Regiment Infantry, Massachusetts Volunteers,
1862, 1863, 1864 Boston: Mills, Knight & Co., printers, 1886, Bosson,
Charles P., 475 pgs.
Record of the service of the Forty-fourth Massachusetts Volunteer Militia
in North Carolina, August 1862 to May 1863 Boston: Private printing.,
1887, 394 pgs.
The Twentieth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, 1861-1865 Boston:
Houghton, Mifflin and Co., 1906, Bruce, George A., 548 pgs.
Memorial history of the Seventeenth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
(old and new organizations) in the Civil War from 1861-1865 Salem, Mass.:
Published for the Committee on History by the Salem Press Co., Ca. 1911,
Kirwan, Thomas, 439 pgs.
The Braintree soldiers' memorial : the record of the services in the
War of the Rebellion of the men of Braintree, Massachusetts whose names are
inscribed on the Braintree Soldiers' Monument : together with appendices
containing a list of Braintree volunteers in the Union Army and Navy from
1861 to 1865, the proceedings at the dedication of the monument, June 17,
1874, and a notice of the Braintree branch of the Sanitary Commission Boston:
A. Mudge & Son, printers, 1877, Thayer, George A., 53 pgs.
History of the Forty-fifth Regiment, Massachusetts Volunteer Militia :
"the Cadet Regiment" Jamaica Plain, Mass.: Brookside Print, Ca. 1908, Mann,
Albert W., 633 pgs.
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