The 28th North Carolina Infantry

A Civil War History and Roster
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OverNorth Carolinians answered this call. Over 40, paid the ultimate price for their homeland, more than any other southern state. On August 13,over one hundred of these men from Yadkin County, North Carolina, volunteered to form Company.

Nov 02,  · This book is a very well written book on the 28th North Carolina Infantry. Each battle the 28th North Carolina participated in - and that was most of the major battles of the War Between the States - is covered in detail.5/5(6).

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Beginning with a look at the prevailing atmosphere in North Carolina in the spring ofthis volume provides an in-depth history of one Confederate infantry regiment, the 28th North Carolina, comprised primarily of units from the central and southwestern parts of the state.

Historical Sketch And Roster Of The North Carolina 28th Infantry Regiment (North Carolina Regimental History Series Book 21) - Kindle edition by John C.

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Rigdon. North Carolina Confederate Regiments. 1st NC Infantry 2nd NC Infantry 3rd NC Infantry 4th NC Infantry 5th NC Infantry 6th NC Infantry 7th NC Infantry 26th NC Infantry 27th NC Infantry 28th NC Infantry 29th NC Infantry 30th NC Infantry 31st NC Infantry 32nd NC Infantry 33rd NC Infantry 34th NC Infantry.

The 28th Infantry Regiment was organized and mustered into Confederate service in Septemberat High Point, North Carolina. Its members were from the counties of Surry, Gaston, Catawba, Stanley, Montgomery, Yadkin, Orange, and Cleveland.

The unit moved to New Bern and arrived just as the troops were withdrawing from that fight. The 28th, 18th, 11th Regiment North Carolina Infantry Reactivated along with Calvert Arms Fife and Drum Corps at Dunker Church and The Bloody Lane Antietam National Battlefield June 23rd 5/5(3).

Get this from a library. The 28th North Carolina The 28th North Carolina Infantry book a Civil War history and roster. [Frances Harding Casstevens] -- "This volume provides an in-depth history of one Confederate infantry regiment, the 28th North Carolina which was comprised primarily of units from.

The 28th North Carolina lost its battle flag during the grand assault which was picked up off the field by a captain in the th New York. Captain Linebarger's wound was so severe that The 28th North Carolina Infantry book did not return to duty until October Post-war, he returned to North Carolina and married in /5.

Recommended Reading: The 28th North Carolina Infantry: A Civil War History and Roster. Description: In Aprilpublic opinion in North Carolina was divided between Union and secession supporters.

It was only after President Lincoln issued his call to arms to subdue the rebel state of South Carolina that North Carolina seceded, primarily in protest of the order to fight her sister state.

The 28th North Carolina Infantry: A Civil War History and Roster. by Francis H. Casstevens, McFarland & Company. At first divided over secession, North Carolina threw its lot in with the Confederacy on May 20,rather than participate in the invasion of its rebellious neighbor, South Carolina. 28th Infantry Regiment was organized and mustered into Confederate service in September at High Point, North Carolina.

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Its members were from the counties of Surry, Gaston, Catawba, Stanley, Montgomery, Yadkin, Orange, and Cleveland. The 28th Infantry Division ("Keystone") is a unit of the Army National Guard and is the oldest division-sized unit in the armed forces of the United States.

Some of the units of the division can trace their lineage to Benjamin Franklin's battalion, The Pennsylvania Associators (–). The division was officially established in and was later redesignated as the 28th Division in Branch: United States Army; Part of PA National Guard.

Beginning with a look at the prevailing atmosphere in North Carolina in the spring ofthis volume provides an in-depth history of one Confederate infantry regiment, the 28th North Carolina, comprised primarily of units from the central and southwestern parts of the lindsayvanbramer.com: Paperback.

Table of ContentsAcknowledgments vii"28th Regiment, N.C.V." xiIntroduction 1Glossary of Military Terms Spring North Carolina Leaves the Union The 28th Regiment, North Carolina Volunteer Infantry Is Formed Life in the Confederate Army January-May Wilmington to Hanover Court House May 30,  · Beginning with a look at the prevailing atmosphere in North Carolina in the spring ofthis volume provides an in-depth history of one Confederate infantry regiment, the 28th North Carolina, which was comprised primarily of units from the central and southwestern parts of the state/5(2).

Sep 18,  · In an extraordinary letter published in the North Carolina (Weekly) Standard (Raleigh, N.C.) of August 5,Lt. Col. William Henry Asbury Speer listed every member of his regiment (28th North Carolina Infantry), who crossed the Potomac on the march to Gettysburg.

The 28th North Carolina Infantry: a Civil War history and roster. Creator: Casstevens, Frances Harding. This volume provides an in-depth history of one Confederate infantry regiment, the 28th North Carolina which was comprised primarily of units from the central and southwestern part of the state.

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History. The regiment was mustered into the army at Camp Mason in Alamance County, North Carolina in August Its companies were raised in Iredell, Alexander, Cabarrus, Rowan, New Hanover, Mecklenburg, Nash, and Wake counties.

It initially served in garrison duties in North Carolina, where it fought in its first engagement at the Battle of New Bern on March 14, Branch: Infantry. About the Edition "This volume provides an in-depth history of one Confederate infantry regiment, the 28th North Carolina which was comprised primarily of units from the Pages: Dec 26,  · Music provided by Un-Reconstructed Gettysburg Footage provided by Eric Schuttler For more information about the 28th North Carolina Infantry, please.

Oct 29, - Explore keech's board "28th North Carolina Infantry Regiment", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about American civil war and Civil war photos. On March 8,the 84th Regiment merged into this command. The 28th took an active part in the campaigns of the army from Murfreesboro to Atlanta, returned to.

The Army of Northern Virginia at Gettysburg 28th North Carolina Infantry- Col. Samuel D. Lowe (w), Lt. Col. Speer (w) 33rd North Carolina Infantry- Col.

Clark M. Avery 37th North Carolina Infantry- Col. William M. Barbour. Thomas' Brigade-Brig. Gen. Edward L.

Thomas. Item Description: Letter dated 13 January written by James A. Graham to his mother. Graham, a native of Hillsborough, N.C., served as an officer in Company G (Orange Guards), 27th North Carolina Infantry Regiment, Confederate States of America. Online Books 28th North Carolina Infantry Soldier Roster - Roster of North Carolina Troops in the War Between the States, Volume 2, Prepared by Order of Legislature of by John W.

Moore, Late Major 3rd Battalion Light Artillery, View Entire Book 28th North Carolina Infantry Regimental History - Histories of the Several Regiments from North Carolina in the Great WarVolume 2.

Beginning with a look at the prevailing atmosphere in North Carolina in the spring ofthis volume provides an in-depth history of one Confederate infantry regiment, the 28th North Carolina, which was comprised primarily of units from the central and southwestern parts of the state.

Sep 11,  · Description: The North Carolina 33rd Infantry Regiment completed its organization at the old fair grounds at Raleigh, Norht Carolina, in September, The men were recruited in the counties of Iredell, Edgecombe, Cabarrus, Wilkes, Gates, Hyde, Cumberland, Forsyth, and Greene.

After fighting at New Bern, the unit moved to Virginia and saw action at Hanover Court House. Full text of "Roster of North Carolina troops in the war between the states." See other formats. Beginning with a look at the prevailing atmosphere in North Carolina in the spring ofthis volume provides an in-depth history of one Confederate infantry regiment, the 28th North Carolina, comprised primarily of units from the central and southwestern parts of the lindsayvanbramer.com Rating: % positive.

History of 5th NC. The Civil War in North Carolina North Carolina 5th Infantry Regiment. BRIEF HISTORY: The North Carolina 5th Infantry Regiment State Troops was organized at Halifax, North Carolina, in June and July with 12 companies A to M.

Its companies were recruited in the counties of Cumberland, Gates, Johnston, Craven, Rowan, Betie.28th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry was organized and mustered into Confederate service in September,at High Point, North Carolina.

It was reorganized for the war on 12 April It surrendered at Appomattox Court House, Virginia, 9 April17 officers and men. [1] [2].This history of the 11th North Carolina Infantry in the Civil War-- civilian soldiers and their families--follows the regiment from their mustering-in to their surrender at Appomattox, covering action at Gettysburg, Bristoe Station, The Wilderness, Spotsylvania, Cold Harbor and Petersburg.