Army Of The Potomac

The Army of the Potomac: Order of Battle, 1861-1865, with Commanders, Strengths, Losses and More
Seizing Destiny: The Army of the Potomac's -Valley Forge- And the Civil War Winter That Saved the Union
Mr. Lincoln's Army
Glory Road
The Twentieth Maine
The Union Cavalry in the Civil War: The War in the East from Gettysburg to Appomattox, 1863-1865
Under the Crescent Moon with the XI Corps in the Civil War. Volume 2: From Gettysburg to Victory, 1863-1865
The Gettysburg Campaign in Numbers and Losses: Synopses, Orders of Battle, Strengths, Casualties, and Maps, June 9-July 14, 1863
The Stand of the U.S. Army at Gettysburg
War of the Rebellion: The Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies and Navies: Series 1 - Volume 27 (Part I): The Gettysburg Campaign - June-August, 1863.
War of the Rebellion: The Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies and Navies: Series 1 - Volume 27 (Part II): Official Records: Gettysburg: ... Union and Confederate Armies and Navies.)
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8th Ohio Volunteer Inf...
Franklin Sawyer
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William Kepler
Army of the Potomac

Wadsworth was riding at the front of the 20th Massachusetts along the Plank Road when the 8th Alabama fired its first volley (No. 1). The flash and surprise stunned his mount, and with Wadsworth pulling on the reins his horse headed straight for the Confederate lines. The division commander gained control of the horse before it entered the enemy’s ranks and was spurring his mount back toward the Bay Staters when a round of small arms fire exploded around him. One of the bullets slammed into his ...more
Bradley M. Gottfried, The Maps of the Wilderness: An Atlas of the Wilderness Campaign, Including All Cavalry Operations, May 2-6, 1864

Stephen W. Sears
At one point they passed a newly abandoned Rebel encampment, and Captain Bowers was surprised to see that it looked just like one of their own. “In every respect it was as good a camp as any we have had. . . .” (Rummaging through this campsite, men of the 2nd Maine came upon a packet of photographs of Federal soldiers. Someone recognized a name on one of them as a man in their brigade, and before long Sergeant Walter Carter, 22nd Massachusetts, was handed the pictures he had lost on the Frederic ...more
Stephen W. Sears, Chancellorsville

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