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Colorado volunteers in the civil war

William Clarke Whitford

Colorado volunteers in the civil war

the New Mexico campaign in 1862

by William Clarke Whitford

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Published by The State Historical and Natural History Society in Denver, CO .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Colorado -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.,
  • New Mexico -- History -- Civil War, 1861-1865.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby William Clarke Whitford ...
    SeriesPublications of the State historical and natural history society of Colorado, Historical series -- I., Western Americana, 1550-1900 -- reel 597, no. 6176., Publications of the State Historical and Natural History Society of Colorado -- I.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE473 .W59
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination2 p. ¾., 9-159 p.
    Number of Pages159
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15428289M
    LC Control Number87821187

    To best ensure the health and safety of library staff and the general public, resource sharing between libraries will be temporarily suspended.   Colorado Volunteers In The Civil War: The New Mexico Campaign In () by William Clarke Whitford. Kessinger Publishing, LLC, Hardcover. : William Clarke Whitford.

    quotes Colorado volunteers in the Civil War;: The New Mexico campaign in (Publications of the State Historical and Natural History Society of Colorado. Historical series, 1), litcharts Colorado volunteers in the Civil War;: The New Mexico campaign in (Publications of the State Historical and Natural History Society of Colorado/5(). The 1st Colorado volunteers and the regulars garrisoning Fort Union were anxious to find and fight the Rebels. Though the Department of New Mexico’s overall commander, Col. Canby, had warned against leaving that vital post undefended in the face of the oncoming Confederates, Col. Slough, senior in date of rank to the fort’s commander, Col. Gabriel Paul, decided that defense of Fort Union.

      Colorado Military. by James Jeffrey on Ap List of Colorado veterans who served in the United States on land or sea during the Civil War. Read more about Civil War Grand Army of the Republic Listing of Colorado's war dead and those missing in action during World War II.   Gilpin's raising of the 1st Colorado Volunteers eventually tipped the scales. Many of the area Confederates (like the infamous gun-fighting saloon keeper Charley Harrison) were essentially banished--as there were no jails yet to imprison them--and they headed east to join up with Rebel forces and guerrillas in Missouri and elsewhere.


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This book, "Colorado Volunteers in the Civil War" appears to be nothing more than a a very poor quality photocopy of the original works. The pictures are worthless and the printing is almost illegible.

Using a very bright reading lamp I have struggled through about 3/4 of the book and gave up. It will go in my collection, but will remain Cited by: 1. The Colorado Territory was formally created in shortly before the bombardment of Fort Sumter sparked the American Civil gh sentiments were somewhat divided in the early days of the war, Colorado was only marginally a pro-Union territory (four statehood attempts were thwarted, largely by Confederate sympathizers in JulyFebruaryFebruaryand January ).

The 1st Colorado Infantry (officially the 1st Regiment of Colorado Volunteers) was a volunteer infantry regiment of the United States Army formed in the Colorado Territory in and active in the American West in the late 19th ance: Union. Colorado Volunteers in the Civil War book.

Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This is an historical account (written in ) detai 3/5. Colorado became a U.S. territory in shortly before the American Civil War began.

The territory supplied men and support for both the Union and the Confederacy. William Gilpin, the first territorial governor, supported the Union and quickly raised a regiment.[1] The United States War Department credited Colorado with supplying 4, white men to the Union Army.[2].

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Colorado volunteers in the Civil War: the New Mexico campaign in Publication Type: Book: Authors: Whitford, WC: Place Published: Glorieta, NM: Publisher: Rio Grande Press: Year: Keywords: Colorado – History – Civil War -New Mexico – History – Civil War Call Number: E W59 URL. Colorado Volunteers In The Civil War: The New Mexico Campaign In () Author William Clarke Whitford Format/binding Hardcover Book condition Used - Good Quantity available 1 Binding Hardcover ISBN 10 ISBN 13 Publisher Kessinger Publishing, LLC Author: William Clarke Whitford.

Colorado Territory Civil War Volunteer Records Forword. It has been years since the first shots were fired signaling the start of the bloodiest battles that this nation has ever known, the Civil War. Colorado Volunteers at Apache Caiion Although Colorado had been a territory only six weeks when the first shell was fired on Fort Sumter, in Charleston Harbor, Apthe new western commonwealth played a significant role during the Civil War, in helping to hold the Southwest and the West for the Union.

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Colorado State Archives - Archives Search. This online database contains military records for the following: Colorado Volunteers Transcript of Record Index (), Colorado Civil War Casualties, Colorado Volunteers in the Spanish American War, Colorado Veterans Grave Registration Index, Vietnam War Casualties - June-December & January-DecemberDenver War Risk.

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