These Men Have Seen Hard Service: The First Michigan Sharpshooters in the Civil War
by Raymond J. Herek
Wayne State University Press, 1998
Paper: 978-0-8143-2672-5

TOC
TABLE OF CONTENTS
  • Contents 
    • List of Illustrations and Maps
    • Preface
    • Introduction
    • Chapter 1 
    • Down with Treason
    • Chapter 2 
    • Other Important Work
    • Chapter 3 
    • We Could Have Whipped You
    • Chapter 4 
    • Do Not Like This Camp
    • Chapter 5 
    • A Good “Breaking In”
    • Chapter 6 
    • The “Ping” of Flying Bullets
    • Chapter 7 
    • Our Losses Seemed in Vain
    • Chapter 8 
    • It Is Now No Dishonor
    • Chapter 9 
    • Contemptible Cowards and Sneaks
    • Chapter 10 
    • Our Colors Were Still Flying
    • Chapter 11 
    • I Must Have More Help
    • Chapter 12 
    • Breastworks … Flankers … Bombproofs
    • Chapter 13 
    • And Our Flag Was the First in the City
    • Chapter 14 
    • The Rebellion is Crushed
    • Chapter 15 
    • There Is To Be a Roll Call
    • Chapter 16 
    • Our Old Comrades Have Gone
    • Appendixes
      • A. 
      • Battle Casualties in the First Michigan Sharpsooters
      • B. 
      • Sharpshooters Who Were Discharged for Disability
      • C. 
      • Sharpshooters Who Transferred to Other Regiments
      • D. 
      • Sharpshooters Who Enlisted in Veteran Reserve Corps
      • E. 
      • Sharpshooters Who Died as Prisoners of War
      • F. 
      • Sharpshooters Who Died of Disease
      • G. 
      • Other Deaths
      • H. 
      • Roster of First Regiment Michigan Sharpshooters Field and Staff
    • Notes
    • Bibliography
    • Index



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