The Civil War Papers of Lt. Colonel Newton T. Colby, New York Infantry / Edition 2

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"The shells of the enemy flew over us here tearing great limbs off the trees and screaming horribly ... then a shell struck into the ranks near where I was, killing and wounding five or six—I saw them fall and heard their screams. But on we went and I know not who they were or what became of them"—September 21, 1862.

Lt. Col. Colby served with the 23rd New York, the 107th New York at Antietam, Chancellorsville and Harper's Ferry, and later in the Veteran Reserve Corps as superintendent of Old Capital Prison. This is a compilation of Colby's letters to family, friends and military personnel, newspaper articles that detail the fighting in which Colby and his fellow soldiers were involved, and accounts of the fighting and daily life from other soldiers. Colby crossed paths with many prominent figures in the war and was recognized as an excellent soldier by his peers and commanding officers.

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Editorial Reviews

Midwest Book Review
fascinating primary source...a welcome and much appreciated contribution to Civil War Studies collections
Colorado Libraries
"a good addition...of great value to serious Civil War researchers, history buffs, and students"
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780786415052
  • Publisher: McFarland & Company, Incorporated Publishers
  • Publication date: 7/9/2003
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 360
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 6.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

William E. Hughes, the editor, is the great-great-grandson of Lt. Col. Colby. A retired educator and member of Old Baldy Civil War Round Table, he lives in Vineland, New Jersey.

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Table of Contents

Preface 1
1 The Development of the Militia in Corning 3
2 The 23rd New York Volunteer Regiment 17
3 The 23rd New York Regiment at Arlington Heights 39
4 Ball's Cross Roads Skirmish 54
5 Munson's Hill 67
6 Upton's Hill 79
7 Bailey's Cross Roads 100
8 The Occupation of Fredericksburg 113
9 The 107th New York Volunteer Regiment 128
10 The 107th New York Regiment at Antietam 142
11 The 107th New York Regiment at Harpers Ferry 175
12 Antietam Ford 192
13 Near Fairfax Station and On to Chancellorsville 208
14 The Chancellorsville Campaign 224
15 The Veteran Reserve Corps 241
16 Camp Morton: Prison at Indianapolis 246
17 Old Capital and Carroll Prisons - Washington, D.C. 259
18 The Lincoln Assassination 291
19 Old Capitol Prison - After Lincoln's Death 296
20 The Postwar Years 316
21 Looking Back 330
Chapter Notes 337
Bibliography 347
Index 351
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