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Appendix D of the report of the Adjutant General of the State of Maine, for the years 1864 and 1865 : being that portion of the report which comprises a return of the several regiments and corps which have entered the United States' service from this state, showing the changes that have taken place from November 1st, 1863, to November 1st, 1865. Also, tables of statistics of general interest relating to the several regiments and corps, and alphabetical roster of commissioned officers

Maine, Adjutant General
Maine. Adjutant General (Main Author)
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English
Augusta, Maine : Stevens & Sayward, 1866
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Civil War unit histories. Part 2, The Union--New England; ME 071-085

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Published agreeably to a Resolve approved February 24, 1865.

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