50: 1 (Spring 2011) Special Issue: Connecticut in the Civil War

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2011, Vol. 50, No. 1

Special Issue: Connecticut in the Civil War

ARTICLES

Walter L. Powell, “‘Let his big guns shoot!’ Colonel Henry L. Abbot and the 1st and 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery at Petersburg, 1864-1865”

Ryan W. Keating, “Margaret Cahill and the 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry (Irish): A Middleclass Woman on the Urban Homefront and the Forced Changes of Domesticity”

Lesley J. Gordon, “‘The Most Unfortunate Regiment’: The 16th Connecticut and the Siege of Plymouth, NC”

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Connecticut History Review
Spring 2011, Vol. 50, No. 1

Special Issue: Connecticut in the Civil War

Table of Contents

ARTICLES

Walter L. Powell, “‘Let his big guns shoot!’ Colonel Henry L. Abbot and the 1st and 2nd Connecticut Heavy Artillery at Petersburg, 1864-1865”

Ryan W. Keating, “Margaret Cahill and the 9th Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry (Irish): A Middleclass Woman on the Urban Homefront and the Forced Changes of Domesticity”

Lesley J. Gordon, “‘The Most Unfortunate Regiment’: The 16th Connecticut and the Siege of Plymouth, NC”

ESSAYS

Luke Boyd, “Major General John Sedgwick, VI Corps of the Army of the Potomac ‘Follow Uncle John, boys.'”

David F. Brede, “Through Corn Fields and Handcuffs: Private George Robbins of Connecticut’s Sixteenth Volunteer Infantry”

Luke Jajliardo, “Chaplain Jacob Eaton: 7th and 8th Connecticut Regiment Volunteer Infantry”

Danielle Johnson, “Sergeant Major Robert H. Kellogg 16th Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry”

Milorad Lazic, “General Joseph Roswell Hawley 7th Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry”

Erin Marchitto, “Private George B. Stillman 13th Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry”

Brian Stanley, “Major General Alfred Howe Terry 7th Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry”

Joshua E. Thiede, “Horace Henry Messenger 7th Regiment Connecticut Volunteer Infantry”

Michelle Zajac, “First Lieutenant Joseph H. Cummings 1st Connecticut Volunteer Heavy Artillery”

Caitlin Sjaarda, “Soldiers Monument in Seaside Park Bridgeport, Connecticut”

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