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A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion
A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion by Frederick H. Dyer is a massive 1800+ page volume on the American Civil War.
From the title page :A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion Compiled And Arranged From Official Records Of The Federal And Confederate Armies Reports Of The Adjutant Generals Of The Several States, The Army Registers And Other Reliable Documents And Sources By Frederick H. Dyer Late 7th Connecticut Volunteers Including In Three Departments The Matter As Here Outlined Organization of the several Military Divisions, Departments, Armies, Army Corps, Divisions, Brigades and other important commands of the United States Army formed during the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1865, showing the Troops assigned to each and the various Commanders of each Command from its formation to its discontinuance A complete Record of the Battles, Engagements, Combats, Actions, Skirmishes and Important Operations, tabulated by States and showing the Union Troops engaged in each event A concise History of each and every Regiment, Battery, Battalion and other Organizations mustered by the several States for service in the Union Army during the period referred to.
The book is broken into three parts.
Here are several images from the set to help you get an idea of what you will find in this collection.
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