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Chronology : 1861
| 1862 | 1863 | 1864 | After
- Camp at
Sharpsburg, Aug. 1861
- Camp at
- Camp at
Weeks at Harper's Ferry
Gould's appearance at the Joint Committe on the War
at Williamsport, 1861
Assaults Dam No. 5
at Willamsport, 1862
- With Old
Crummy to Camp Misery
- A Change in
- To Front
Royal & Back
- General Pope
of 2nd Bull Run
Commanders, New Men, New Hope
Maryland Campaign & Battle of Antietam
- Camp at
Sharpsburg, Sept.- Oct.,1862
Hard March to Fredericksburg, Oct. 26th - Dec. 10th 1862
Battle of Fredericksburg, December 11th - 15th 1862
- Winter Camp, January - March, 1863
- General Hooker in Command
Letters & Articles
Letter of Charles Follen Adams, Company A
14, 1862, Fredericksburg
Belle Plain Landing, February 8th, 1863
Belle Plain Landing, March 21st, 1863
Belle Plain Landing, March 27th, 1863
Camp near Belle Plain, April 2nd 1863
Camp near White Oak Church, May 26th, 1863
Letter of Charles Andrews, Company IApril 14th, 1863, "under marching orders"
Letter of Michael G. Ayers, Company B
PA, September 9, 1915; (2nd Bull Run)
of Lt. Col. N. Walter Batchelder
at Falling Waters, 1861
by Clarence H. Bell, Company D
Hot Time in Winchester" (abridged)
We Opened The Rail Road"
Articles by Charles H. Bingham, Company C
of a Raw Recruit (part 1)
of a Raw Recruit (part 2)
Articles by Edwin H. Brigham, Company A
Reminiscence of Thoroughfare Gap
Diary of Sergeant John Boudwin, Company AApril 1 - 9, 1863
April 10 - 14, 1863
April 15 - 28, 1863
May 8 - 17, 1863
May 18 - 26, 1863
May 27, 1863 (Gen. Reynold's Review)
May 28 - 31
June 1 - 11, 1863
Letter of Bill Cary, Company D
5, 1862; Description of Bull Run Battlefield
24, 1862, Antietam
by Charles E. Davis, Jr.
Freak and a Fiend
Hartsuff and the Baked Beans
Stock Frying Pan Company"
3 Ponies of Company B
Manassas to Boston
Narrow Escape," (Corporal Bob Armstrong)
Winter Camp, 1863
Shirks & Heros
Chancellorsville, Opening Moves, April 28 - 30 1863
Chancellorsville - Retreat
Letter of Frank Davis, Company K
7, 1862; New Recruit
Reminiscences of Private Levi L. Dorr, Company B
Letter of Prince Dunton, Company H
September 24, 1862
Reminiscence of Sergeant John Sawyer Fay, Company F
Battles of South Mountain & Antietam"
Burnside's Stuck-in-the-Mud March
Review by President Lincoln, April 9th 1863
"Libby Prison" - Memoirs of John S. Fay
Edwin Field, Company BMay 24th, 1863, Camp near White Oak Church
of Charles Bernard Fox, Company K
Ferry, Virginia, October 6th 1861
Front Royal, VIrginia
Battle of Bull Run
21, 1862, Antietam
Fox's list of Casualties at Antietam
25, 1862, Sharpsburg, Md.
7, 1862, Warrenton, Virginia
27, 1862, Camp near Brooks Station
Letters of Warren H. Freeman, Company A
January 4, 1862
January 19, 1862
February 3, 1862
February 23, 1862, Washington's Birthday
Va., March 3, 1862
7, 1862, Advance to Bunker Hill
14, 1862, Advance to Winchester
17, 1862, Winchester, Reconaissance in Force
30, 1862; Winchester to Manassas
13, 1862, Picket duty at Manassas
20, 1862, Warrenton Jctn.
27, 1862, Manassas
4, 1862, picket duty at Catlett's Station
1862 at Falmouth
1862, Opposite Fredericksburg
15, Front Royal
1862; Warrenton, Va.
1862, Warrenton, Va.; Routine of Camp Life
25 & 26, 1862; Near Warrenton; Artillery Duel
Hill, September 4, 1862
Sharpsburg, September 21, 1862.
Sharpsburg, October 3, 1862
Warrenton, November 8, 1862
Rappahannock Station, November 17, 1862
Brooks Station, December 4, 1862
25, 1862 - Frederocksburg; suffering from the cold weather
30, 1862; Fredericksburg, con'td.
January 16 & 21, 1863
February 16th, 1863, Hospital Camp
February 24th 1863, Return to the Regiment
Review by President Lincoln, April 13th 1863
Chancellorsville, May 7th 1863
Near FItzhugh Mansion, May 18th 1863
Near White Oak Church, June 7th, 1863
of Major Jacob Parker Gould
of George Henry Hill, Company B
Belle Plain Landing, January 6th, 1863 - Morale
Belle Plain Landing, March 3rd 1863 - A Box from Home
Belle Plain Landing, March 21st 1863
Chancellorsville, May 5th 1863
May 9th 1863
of Captain W. H. Jackson, Company C
Colonel Leonard about Bolivar Heights
Article by George Edward Jepson, Company A
Joseph Hooker (excerpt)
(incidents in the regiment)
Letters of Charles Leland, Company B
17, 1862 - Battle of Fredericksburg
January 25th, 1863 - Burnside's Mud March
February 8th, 1863 - Desertions
May, 1863, Chancellorsville
May 9th 1863
Reminiscence of Lyman Low, Company B
of James Lowell, Company A
10, 1920, about Antietam
of John B. Noyes, Company B
Board the Connecticut, July 30th 1861.
Sharpsburg, August, 1861
Sandy Hook, September, 1861
At Hancock, 1861
to Camp, Jan 4, 1862
Ladies Grand Concert, February 22, 1862
to Martinsburg, March 2, 1862
Hartsuff v. Gen'l. Abercrombie, May 11, 1862
Royal, June 13, 1862
Va.; July 31, 1862
Warrenton, August 25, 1862
Bull Run, September 6, 1862
of Officers at 2nd Bull Run; September 26, 1862
18, 1862, Near Keedysville, MD
21, 1862, Hagerstown, MD
30, 1862, Harrisburg, PA, Battle of Antietam
13, 1862, Harrisburg, PA, Col. Leonard's Visit
Belle Plain Landing, Return to Camp, February 15th 1863
Description of his tent-mates, February 19th 1863
A Description of Picket Duty, February 24th 1863
A Walk Through the Muddy Army of the Potomac, March 13th 1863
A View from Headquarters, March 30th 1863
April 5th 1863, Headquarters. Army of the Potomac
April 12th 1863, Headquarters, Army of the Potomac
May 4th 1863, Chancellorsville, [28th Mass. Vols]
Reminiscence of George F. D. Paine, Company A
I Left Bull Run Battlefield
Reminiscences & Letters of Elliot C. Pierce,
Field & Staff
Anniversary of the Regiment
Letter, January 22nd 1863
Letter of William Clarke to his friend Elliot Pierce, April, 1863
of James Ramsey, Company E
Sharpsburg, August, 1861.
March to Williamsport
Camp at Williamsport, 1861
Hancock, Maryland, 1861
January 12, 1862
27, 1862, Cooking for the Company
13, 1862, The Advance to Winchester
11, 1862, Foraging Party
1862, Opposite Fredericksburg
5, 1862, near Front Royal
12, 1862, death of John Brown, 12th Mass. Vol. Inf.
July 7, 1862;
20-22; North bank of the Rappahannock
9th 1862; 2nd Bull Run
25th, 1862; Hospital Care
of Edwin Rice, Band
January 7, 1862
January 26, 1862
February 10, 1862
February 28, 1862
Va., March 4, 1862
Hill, Va., March 7, 1862
Hill, March 9, 1862, Cavalry Fight
Va., March 12, 1862
19, 1862, Schedule of the Band
1, 1862, General Hartsuff
at Catlett's Station, May 11, 1862
Va., May 16, 1862
Royal, June 7, 1862
near Cedar Mountain, August 14, 1862
of Charles H. Roundy, Company F
Secret for 16 Years
& Pope's Retreat
of Capt. R. Shriber, Company I
Marshall Proceedings and Correspondence
31, 1861; appointed to Gen'l Banks Staff
Reminiscence of David Sloss, Co. B
of Austin C. Stearns, Company K
Parties at Harper's Ferry
to Hancock and Back
K and the Flag
of Patrick Cleary
Heights of Centreville
Tree Falls in Camp
Jolly" - Chaplain Gaylord
"Tour of the
Battlefield of Cedar Mountain"
2nd Bull Run
Commanders, New Men, New Hope"
Battle of Antietam
on the Battle of Fredericksburg
Back in Old Quarters
Hooker in Command - Games Played by Boys
"Protecting the Citizens"
"Bringing in the Safeguard" (just before Chancellorsville)
"The Effects of a Shell"
"Death of Stonewall Jackson"
Reminiscences & Articles of Walter Swan
after 2nd Bull Run
Maynard, Medal of Honor
Letters of Dennis G. Walker, Company A
1862; Waterloo, Va.
Undated, (between Dec. 17, 1862 & Jan. 20, 1863)
January 25th 1863 - The Mud March
Remembrance of Melvin H. Walker, Company K
Letters of Oliver H. Walker, Company C
August 2nd &
Memoirs of William R. Warner, Company K
Diary of Samuel Derrick Webster, Company D
12 - 14, 1862; fixing the steam engine at Martinsburg
23 - 27, 1862, excerpts; Marches, Reconaissance
11, 1862; Quality of Water in Camp
24, 1862; Playing Tricks on the Commissary
1, 1862; New Brigade Commander Hartsuff
29 - 30th, 1862; 2nd Bull Run
31st - September 9th 1862
11th - 15th, 1862
16th - 18th, 1862
18th - October 16th, 1862
to Fredericksburg, Nov. 9th - Dec. 7th, 1862
of Fredericksburg, Dec. 12th - 14th, 1862
Belle Plain Landing, January 12th - 20th, 1863
January 25th - 30th, 1863
March 19th & 20th 1863
April 2nd 1863 - Hooker compliments the regiment
April 9th 1863 - Review by President Lincoln
May 2nd - 8th 1863, Chancellorsville Campaign
Barnstable Patriot, November 25th 1862, Thanksgiving Proclamation
Daily Courier, October 22, 1861.
Globe, March 14, 1915; 13th Mass. Band
Herald, July 1, 1861, Arrival of 5 companies at Ft. Independence.
Herald, Letter of Capt. Joe Cary, Co. B, 2nd Bull Run
Saturday Evening Gazette, September 2, 1861
Saturday Evening Gazette, October 17, 1861.
Saturday Evening Gazette, October 19, 1861.
Saturday Evening Gazette, October 26, 1861.
Chronicle, letter from Darnestown.
Chronicle, Battle of Cedar Mountain
Cape Ann Light & Gloucester Telegraph; Chancellorsville (Andrew Lloyed, Co. E)
(PA) Valley Spirit, Sept. 23,1862, Emancipation
Telegraph & Pioneer, August 31, 1861
Telegraph & Pioneer, November 9, 1861.
Telegraph & Pioneer, December 7, 1861
Gazette, Nov. 1, 1862; Funeral of Corporal Bigelow
Leslie's; Skirmish at Dam No. 5
Herald & Torchlight, Nov. 27, 1861; Thanksgiving
York Times, November 11, 1862, Burnside Takes Command
July 31, 1861
Inquirer; August 1, 1861
Inquirer, September 17, 1861.
Inquier, September 27, 1862, Wounded from Antietam
Inquirer, October 3rd, 1861, John Brown Bell
Inquirer, October 18, 1861; Herr's Mill Burned
Inquier, October 1st 1862, Wounded from Antietam
Press; July 22, 1862 - Visit of Gen'l Banks
Press, September 25, 1862, Emancipation
Philidelphia Inquirer, June 8, 1863, Gen'l. Robinson's Division
Daily Gazette & Advertiser, Sept. 24, 1862; Emancipation
Gazette May 15, 1861.
City Gazette, Flag Presentation at Ft. Independence
City Gazette, June 18, 1861, Ft. Independence
City Gazette, July 5th 1861.
City Gazette, Company E's 4th of July Exhibition, 1861.
City Gazette, July 25, 1861, Presentation Sword to Capt.
City Gazette, September 19, 1861
City Gazette, Letter of George Cheney
City Gazette, Expedition to Bath
City Gazette, December 16, 1861
City Gazette, January 9, 1862
City Gazette, January 16, 1862
Gazette; July 10, 1862
City Gazette; August 19, 1862
City Gazette; August 25, 1862
City Gazette; September 11, 1862; Death of Daniel Jackson
City Gazette, September 4, 1862; Pope's Va. Campaign
City Gazette, September 4, 1862; more on Pope's Campaign
City Gazette, September 11, 1862, 2nd Bull Run
Roxbury City Gazette, April 16, 1863, Chaplain Gaylord
Roxbury City Gazette, June 13, 1863, Major J. P. Gould
Spectator, (southern) January 8, 1862
Spectator, (southern) Oct. 7, 1862; Emancipation
Star, Battle of Bolivar Heights
Transcript, letters from Sandy Hook.
Transcript, letters from Darnestown.
Transcript, Skirmish at Bellers Mill
Transcript, Death of Spencer & September letters
Transcript, Letter from Chandler Robbins
Transcript, Letter from Captain Blackmer
Transcript, October 19
Transcript, Nov. 20, 1861; Letter of Moses Palmer
Transcript, Nov. 30, 1861; Camp at Williamsport
Transcript, December 7, 1861; Thanksgiving
Transcript, December 14, 1861; Death of John S. Burnap
Transcript, January 25, 1862; March to Hancock
Transcript, February, 1862; Glee Club
Transcript, March 22, 1862, Capt. Hovey, Start for Dixie
Transcript, March 22, 1862; Capt. Hovey; Be proud of Co. K
Transcript, March 22, 1862; Death of Thom. Rathburn
Transcript, March 29, 1862; Chaplain Gaylord's Sermon
Transcript, April 26, 1862; Death of Patrick Cleary (Capt. Hovey)
Transcript, April 26, 1862; Description of Bull Run Battlefield,
(George L. Crosby)
Transcript, July 5, 1862; Letter of State Senator O.W. Albee
Transcript, August 2, 1862
Transcript, Letter from Capt. Hovey; 2nd Bull Run
Transcript, October 4th, 1862, Antietam
Transcript, October 22, 1862, A talk from George Crosby
Records of the War of the Rebellion
at Pritchard's Mill, September 15, 1861.
of Bolivar Heights, October 16, 1861.
Richard Coulter's Battle Report for Antietam
of Fredericksburg, December 12th - 15th (Regimental)
of Fredericksburg (Taylor's Brigade of Gibbon's Division)
of President Lincoln to the Army of the Potomac, Dec. 22, 1862
General Hooker's Message, April 30, 1863.
Major-General John F. Reynolds' Chancellorsville Report.
Brigadier-General John C. Robinson's Chancellorsville Report.
Excerpt from Col. Adrian Root's Report; Pollock's Mill Crossing, 4/30/63.
John Brown Song" by George Kimball, 12th Mass. Vols
at Verdiersville, by Heros Von Borcke, (J.E.B. Stuartls Staff)
General of Massachusetts Report on the Wounded after 2nd Bull Run
Biography of General George Lucas Hartsuff
A War Dog (about Sallie, 11th PA)
"The President's Review" by correspondent Edwin Forbes
Professor Thaddeus S. C. Lowe & the Balloon Corps
Regimental Casualties at Chancellorsville
Letters of Major-General George G. Meade, Chancellorsville
Officers of the 13th Mass
Portraits of the
K, Cook House, Williamsport
Whitney & Heard
Library in Camp
William, Lt. Co. K
N. Walter, Lt.-Col.
also, Batchelder, N. Walter
Best, John & family, post-war
David, adjutant of 13th Mass.
David L., Lt. Co. I
Bush, George (tightly cropped)
Bush, Captain George N.
Clark, William H. (Captain Co. H)
Brothers, Joe, Sam, WIlliam
Cary, Captain Joseph
(also) Cary, Captain Joseph
George E., Quartermaster, 13th Mass
Cunningham, Charles N. W.
Dale, Charles R.
Damrell, William, (tightly cropped)
Charles E. Jr. (war-time)
Dorr, Levi L.
Drew, Charles A.
Duren, Freeman H.
also, Fay, John Sawyer, post-war
also Fay, & Marlboro, Mass. Post Office
Forbush, William Henry.
also, Fox, Charles Bernard
Fox, James Augustus
Warren H. (post war)
T, Co. B, (drowned at Front Royal)
Fuller, Samuel Ely,
John White, 28th Pa.
James, Co. F
Augustine, Capt. Co. D
also, Henderson, Robert B.
Hill, George Henry
(also) Hill, George Henry
Hixon, Lloyed, Asst. Surgeon
Holbrook, Silas P.
Charles H., Captain
Howe, Jacob A. (small)
Jackson, William H.
Kimball, William B. (tightly cropped)
also, Leland, Charles E.
Colonel Samuel H.
Colonel Samuel H.
Leonard, Colonel Samuel H.
Leonard, Colonel Samuel H.
Leonard, Colonel Samuel H.
Livermore, Oliver C.
Morse, Oscar F. (small)
George F. D.
also, Pierce Elliot Clark
(also) Pierce, Enoch C.
Pope, Abel H.
Pope, John Franklin
Rideout, William H. H.
(also) Robbins, Chandler
Sawyer, Appleton, Drum Major
Shelton, John P.
Smith, James Augustus.
Vorra, Edward A.
Walker, Dennis G.
also, Webster, Samuel D., war-time
Dr. Allston W.
Photographs & Illustrations
Creek Landing, Union Supply Base
John A., Governor of Massachusetts
Creek, Upper Bridge
Turner, Brig. Gen. C.S. by John Paul Strain Boyd, Belle,
Henry; "Battle of Dam No. 5"
'Reveille on a Winter Morning"
Bacon, Henry; "Ye Two
James L.; Captain and Colonel of the 12th Mass. Vol. Inf.
House, or Mannsfield, Fredericksburg, VA
Berry, Major-General Hiram, (killed at Chancellorsville)
Lucy & Laura, Southern Diarist, Front Royal
Major General Ambrose E.
also, Burnside, Major General Ambrose E.
Station and Cedar Run Bridge by A. E. Waud
Case, Lieutenant, Mathews 1st PA Battery
Castle Thunder, Richmond, VA, civilian prison
Camp, Alexandria, Virginia
Couch, Darious, Major-Generlal, 2nd Corps
Colonel Richard; (11th PA Vols)
aslo, Coulter, Brevet Brig-Gen. Richard
Dam No. 5, C&O
Fitzhugh House, (Sherwood Forest) Stafford, County, VA
Forbes, Edwin, (portrait)
Edwin; A Tough Pull
Forbes, Edwin, Chancellorsville Campaign, (throughout the page)
Edwin; Coffee Coolers
Edwin; several sketches by;
Forbes, Edwin; many more sketches found here
Edwin, Sketches of Fremont's pursuit of Jackson
Edwin, Battle of Cedar Mountain sketches
Edwin; Defending the Battery
Newspapers in Camp (several images).
Edwin; Played Out
Forbes, Edwin, President Lincoln's Review (several sketches)
Edwin; Reconaissance in Force
Edwin; Route Step
sketches at the battle of 2nd Bull Run
Forbes, Edwin, (several Cavalry sketches) April, 1863
Crossing, Fredericksburg, VA
Major-General William B.,
General John C;
Front Royal, Va.,
Pictures of the town
Daniel W. of Massachusetts
Brown Bell, close up
Brown Bell, Marlboro, Mass.
James A. Capt. 2nd Battery Maine Light Artillery
Harlow, Louis K. illustration of camp life
Harlow, Louis K., illustration of a soldier
Ferry & Bolivar Heights
Ferry, Shenandoah Street
General George Lucas
Headquarters, Petersburg, VA
General George L., Burial Site
Winslow; various scenes of camp life
Homer, Winslow, 'Pitching Quoits'
Homer, Winslow, 'Skirmishing in the Wilderness'
Homer, Winslow, 'Surgeons Call'
also, Hooker, Joseph, Maj-Gen.
also, Hooker, Joseph, Maj-Gen
also, with staff
Confederate General Thomas, Stonewall
Stonewall, by N.C. Wyeth
Jackson, Stonewall, by John Adams Elder
General Frederick West
Confederate General Robert E.
Libby Prison, Richmond, VA, August, 1863
Lincoln, Abraham, April 17, 1863
Lincoln, Tad, (the president's son)
33, C & O Canal
James; Confederate General
Long Wharf, Boston
Lowe, Thaddeus S. C. (Balloon Corps)
Arthur, Illustration "Burnside visits Franklin"
General M. D., brigade leader, 23rd Corps
Massachusetts; Main Street; 1880's
Marlborough, Mass. Post Office
by Alfred Waud
William J., 12th Mass, Bandleader
Monument, Antietam Battlefield
General George B.
HQ at Manassas; July, 1862
Meade, Major-General George Gordon,
Ogden, Henry Alexander, General Hooker
Ogden, Henry Alexander, General Lee
Henry Alexander; Rebel Cavalry
&Alexandria Railroad; various scenes
General Edward O.C.,
Patrick, Marsena, General
S. C., 12th Mass
Pyle, Howard, "The Charge"
Howard, Pirate Illustration
Station Railroad Bridge by Timothy Sullivan
Redwood, A.C., "Route of the 11th Corps"
from Alpine Station, Jan. 4th 1862
Reynolds, John Fulton, Major-General
of General McDowell's Corps, May 20,1862; Edwin Forbes
Robinson, John C. Brig-Gen'l.
James Episcopal Church, Warrenton, Va.
Sallie the mascot of the 11th PA
Sedgwick, Major-General John
Sheppard, W. L., 'In the Trenches at Chancellorsville'
General Isaac Ingalls,
Colonel John L., (83rd NY; 9th NYSM)
Colonel David H.
James Ewell Brown; Confederate General
House, South Mountain
Walton; sketch of a Confederate Battery
Tabor, Walton, Into the
General George W.
Gap & Chapman's Mill
Thulstrup, Battle of Antietam
Trego, William T., "Battery of Light Artillery en Route"
Turner, Richard, Jailer of Libby Prison
Vallandigham, Clement L.
Van Lew, Elizabeth
Island, Herr's Mill
Adelbert John, Emancipation
Washington, Lawrence, (related to George)
Alfred R., Antietam, Flag of Truce
Alfred R., Sharpsburg Citizens Fleeing Town
Waud; Alfred R.
Sketches of the Battle of 2nd Bull Run
Waud, Alfred R.,
Sketches of the Battle of Antietam
Waud, Alfred, Hookers Headquarters, Spring 1863.
Waud, Alfred, April 28, 1863; 1st Corps Bridges at Fredericksburg
Waud, Alfred, River Crossings, Chancellorsville Campaign
Waud, Alfred, May 2nd, 1863, Route of 11th Corps
Waud, Alfred, General Sykes advance May 1, 1863
Waud, Alfred, Commissary Dept. at Hq., 1863
Colonel Fletcher, (12th Mass Vols)
Mass., Old Town Hall
Colonel Charles, 97th NY
White Oak Church, Va.
Wilson, Henry (U.S. Senator from Natick, Mass.)
Va., Court House
Va., Courthouse graffiti of Hicks & Wait, Co. B
Va., Taylor Hotel
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