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History of the First-Tenth-Twenty-ninth Maine Regiment : in service of the United States from May 3, 1861, to June 21, 1866

by John M. Gould ; with the History of the Tenth Me. Battalion / by Leonard G. Jordan
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English
Portland, Maine : Stephen Berry, 1871
709 p., [26] leaves of plates : ill., maps, ports.

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Recruited as the 1st Maine infantry in the spring of 1861; reorganized as the 10th infantry, Oct. 1861 for two and three-year terms. "The two-years men were mustered out...May...1863 and the remaining men consolidated into a battalion (10th)...transferred to the 29th Maine vols. Nov. 1, '63"--Official army register of volunteers. v. 1, p. 29. Not actually consolidated til May 1864.

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