5 edition of The Fourth Louisiana Battalion in the Civil War found in the catalog.
The Fourth Louisiana Battalion in the Civil War
Terry G. Scriber
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Terry G. Scriber and Theresa Arnold-Scriber.|
|Contributions||Arnold-Scriber, Theresa, 1961-|
|LC Classifications||E565.5 4th .S37 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2007023822|
Wheat's Tigers was one of the more colorful Louisiana units in the Civil War, but this appears to be the first full-dress history of the battalion's activities, from its formation by Maj. Roberdeau Wheat in New Orleans in the summer of until it was nearly wiped out in /5(3). At the Confederate Historical Association of Belgium (CHAG) they have put together several great that caught my eye was on Coppens' Louisiana Zouave Battalion by Gerald Hawkins and Serge Noirsain. The story is 28 pages with 24 of those pages being on Coppens' Battalion.
John McGrath began his military career as a Sergeant in the Delta Rifles of the 4th Louisiana Regiment. We have several of his accounts posted at Louisiana Civil War documenting his role in the 4th Louisiana. McGrath also took the time to write the New Orleans Picayune and include a brief write up of his early days in 13th Louisiana. John McEnery (Ma , Petersburg, Virginia – Ma ) was a Louisiana Democratic politician and lawyer who was considered by Democrats to be the winner of the highly contested election for Governor of extended controversy over election results, the Republican candidate William Pitt Kellogg was certified. McEnery, who had been an officer in the Confederate.
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Scriber's book gave me an insight on a part of the Civil War I knew little about. All together I found it very interesting and informative/5(3).
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The first section of this book follows the Fourth Louisiana Battalion from Louisiana’s secession through Richmond, South Carolina’s coastal defense, Vicksburg, the campaigns of the Army of Tennessee, and the final surrender at Gainesville, Alabama.
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With information from this book you will be able to connect the unit by its leaders names in other books on the American War for Southern Independence/5. 4th Louisiana Infantry Battalion: The Fourth Louisiana Battalion in the Civil War: A History and Roster by Terry G.
Scriber and Theresa Arnold-Scriber; 4th Louisiana Infantry; 6th Louisiana Infantry: Irish Rebels, Confederate Tigers: A History of the 6th Louisiana Volunteers by James Gannon.
Louisiana Tigers was the common nickname for certain infantry troops from the State of Louisiana in the Confederate army during the American Civil ally applied to a specific company, the nickname expanded to a battalion, then to a brigade, and eventually to all Louisiana troops within the Army of Northern gh the exact composition of the Louisiana Tigers changed as the.
Civil War Louisiana (CWLA) seeks to provide an online resource of any and all material of the Civil War relating to Louisiana with a special interest in the war in Acadiana in southwest Louisiana.
4th Louisiana Regiment; 4th Louisiana Battalion; 5th Louisiana Reigment; 6th Louisiana Regiment: From Irish Rebels, Confederate Tigers by James. This remnant was consolidated with the 13 th and 30 th Louisiana regiments and 14 th Louisiana Battalion Sharpshooters and was stationed again at Mobile.
The men fought at Spanish Fort, March April 8. After evacuating Mobile, the men reached Meridian, Mississippi, and surrendered there During the war, some 1, men served in.
Get this from a library. The Fourth Louisiana Battalion in the Civil War: a history and roster. [Terry G Scriber; Theresa Arnold-Scriber] -- "The first section of this book follows the Fourth Louisiana Battalion from Louisiana's secession through Richmond, South Carolina's coastal defense, Vicksburg, the campaigns of the Army of.
Company F. of the Fourth Louisiana Infantry Battalion was the last company to join the Battalion. They left Ouachita Parish in the spring of and joined the Battalion on James Island a few months prior to the battle of Secessionville, in June of It appears that Lt.
Colonel John McEnery raised this company while home in Monroe on furlough. Louisiana Civil War Regiments, Rosters and Muster Rolls Leave a Comment / Louisiana, Military Consolidated Crescent Regiment LA Infantry – DeSoto & Various Parishes, Louisiana. Beginning United States Civil War Research gives steps for finding information about a Civil War soldier.
It covers the major records that should be used. Additional records are described in ‘Louisiana in the Civil War’ and ‘United States Civil War, to ’ (see below).
"4th Infantry Regiment, organized at New Orleans, Louisiana in April, The 4th was included in the surrender on May 4, . 4th Battalion, Louisiana Infantry (Confederate) "Units of the Confederate States Army" by Joseph H.
Crute, Jr. contains no history for this unit. 4th Regiment, Louisiana Infantry (Confederate) 4th Infantry Regiment, organized at New Orleans, Louisiana in April, The 4th was included in the surrender on May 4, Please help other genealogists by donating any records of Louisiana Confederate or Union military units during the War Between the States to the Louisiana USGenWeb Archives Project.
Submit materials to the Louisiana Military File Manager, T. Hudson. "The Fourth Louisiana Battalion in the Civil War: a history and roster" by Terry G Scriber; Theresa Arnold-Scriber, Publisher: Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, © ISBN: Messages In This Thread. Yes, he was enlisted into Co C, 4th Louisiana Battalion.
Eventually he moved up to the Staff of the Battalion (F and S). There was a big push in the spring of '62 to replenish the ranks. Many soldiers enlisted in their home parish, then were sent to the Company they enlisted in.
There is book recently printed up about the 4th La Batt. Preface and Acknowledgments 1 The History 1-Clouds of Conflict: Louisiana Exits the Union 5 2-Sweet Sunlight of Victory: Covered in Glory 00 3-Cold Mist of Defeat: The Vicksburg Campaign 00 4-Hard Rain of War: The Battle of Chickamauga 00 5-Downpour of Disaster: The Battles for Chattanooga 00 6-Blizzard of Bad Tidings: The Atlanta Campaign 00 7-The Storm Breaks: The Close of the War 00 The.
Consolidated 18th Regiment and Yellow Jacket Battalion, Infantry Consolidated Crescent Regiment, Infantry Crescent Regiment, Infantry 1st (Rightor's) Special Battalion, Infantry 1st (Wheat's) Special Battalion, Infantry 4th Battalion, Infantry 7th Battalion, Infantry 9th Battalion, Infantry 10th Battalion, Infantry 11th Battalion, Infantry.
It was consolidated with the 10th Louisiana Infantry Regiment from December, to April, The regiment fought with the army from Murfreesboro to Atlanta, endured Hood's winter campaign in Tennessee, and ended the war defending Mobile.I am searching for information on the following soldier and clarification on what unit he served in.
This is what Booth has to say: Hall, William F., Pvt. Co. C, F, and S.,4th Battn La. Inf. En.Winnsboro, LA. Present for Duty on rolls to Feb., Is this Battalion the same 4th LA.Civil War Louisiana (CWLA) seeks to provide an online resource of any and all material of the Civil War relating to Louisiana with a special interest in the war in Acadiana in southwest Louisiana.