The Ninth Regiment New York Volunteers (Hawkins" Zouaves) by Matthew J. Graham

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Number of Pages634
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ISBN 100967377013
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History. The 9th Infantry Regiment was one of twelve New York State National Guard infantry regiments that were federalized for service in the Spanish-American War. The 9th Regiment was officially organized in June of but some of its parent companies date back to the War of The Ninth Regiment of Infantry «Return to Table of Contents.

UNDER the authority granted the President by the Act of Jto raise twelve additional regiments of infantry, the 9th Infantry first came into existence in the Army of the United States in January,with Josiah Carville Hall, of Maryland, as Lieutenant Colonel.

Rosters of the New York Infantry Regiments during the Civil War. These rosters were compiled by the New York State Adjutant General Office.

They wer published as a set of 43 volumes between and Their official titles are Annual Report of the Adjutant-General of the State of New York for the Year : Registers of the [units numbers].

The 9th New York Infantry-"Hawkins Zouaves"-was a two year unit mustered into state service on Ap and into federal service on May 4. After being engaged at Big Bethel in June the unit was posted in the vicinity of Newport News, VA, before joining. History of the Ninth Regiment N.Y.S.M.

-- N.G.S.N.Y. (Eighty-third N. Volunteers.) This edition published in by Pub. under the auspices of veterans of the Regiment in New York. Get this from a library.

The Ninth regiment New York Volunteers (Hawkins' Zouaves): being a history of the regiment and veteran association from to [Matthew J. National (U.S.) Flag On June 5th,as the regiment prepared to leave New York for Newport News, Virginia, the regiment left from its camp on Riker's Island and taking a steam tug landed at the foot of Thirteenth street along the East River, the regiment formed into line on Thirty-fourth street, and marched to the residence of the Honorable A.W.

Griswold on Fifth Avenue. The 9th Regiment, New York Infantry (New) was organized at Auburn, N. Y., as the th Regiment New York Infantry and mustered in September 8, then moved to Washington, D.

Corps Review June 8 and then consolidated to four companies Jand transferred to 2nd New York. The first regiment of New York volunteers commanded by Col. Jonathan D. Stevenson, in the Mexican war. Names of the members of the regiment during its term of service in Upper and Lower California,with a record of all known survivors on the 15th day of April,and those known to have deceased, with other matters of interest pertaining to the organization and service of the.

New York 9th Heavy Artillery (Largely a Cayuga and Wayne County Regiment although men also from Albany, Genesee, Oswego, Onondaga, Ontario and Tompkins counties). 3rd Division 2nd Brigade of the 6th Corps (Union - 6th Corps).

THE NEW YORK NINTH HEAVY ARTILLERY TIMELINE (The Civil War Archive Union Regimental Index New York: Regimental histories from A Compendium of the War of. The regiment was commanded at Antietam by Lieutenant Colonel Edgar A.

Kimball while Colonel Hawkins was absent on leave. From the monument: Toujours Pret (Always ready) Erected by the State of New York to the memory of the 9th New York Infantry –.

The regiment was originally mustered in on September 8,as the th New York Infantry Regiment, was quickly taken to Washington D.C. to be used in the defenses of the nation's capital.

On Decemit was redesignated as the 9th New York Heavy Artillery : Artillery. th New York Infantry Soldier Roster - Annual Report of the Adjutant General of the State of New York For the YearVolume 34 View the Entire Book Regimental History One Hundred and Ninth New York Infantry.

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Coby & Co,]. New Hampshire Infantry Regiment, 9th (), United States -- History Civil War, Regimental histories, New Hampshire -- History Civil War, Regimental histories Publisher Concord, Republican press association.

Moved to New York May Three years' men assigned to 3rd New York Infantry May 6, Regiment mustered outexpiration of term. Regiment lost during service 2 Officers and 69 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 2 Officers and 23 Enlisted men by disease.

Total Muster-In Roll of the 9th Regt Infantry NYSV (Hawkins. 9th Regiment Infantry "Hawkin's Zouaves" 9th Regiment Veteran Infantry: 10th Regiment Infantry "National Guard Zouaves" 10th Regiment National Guard Infantry: 11th Regiment Infantry "1st New York Fire Zouaves" "Ellsworth's Zouaves" 11th Regiment National Guard Infantry: 12th Regiment Infantry (3 months) 12th Regiment Infantry "Onondaga Regiment.

New York in the War of the Rebellion, Vol. Albany, NY: Weed and Parsons, See pp. for a brief history of the regiment and a roster of officers.

New York State Archives - Grand Army of the Republic Papers, New York Department, - There are 83 boxes of material on file. The following files are of special. Try the new Google Books.

Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. Ninth Regiment Lieut Col John Mead at New York Militia Horse under Maj Sheldon New York and New Jersey Creek, the regiment meeting with desperate resistance, advanced to this position and held it until ordered elsewhere.

See more on the history of the 9th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment in the Civil War. Location of the monument to the 9th New York infantry at Antietam. The monument to the 9th New York Volunteer Infantry is southeast of. These books are an excellent resource for the Civil War history buff as well as for those doing Civil War genealogy research.

War of to () - Cheney, Newel - pages. The Seventy-ninth Highlanders, New York Volunteers in the War of Rebellion, ; () - Todd, William - Seller Rating: % positive. New York State Archives, Albany, New York. About New York, U.S., Civil War Muster Roll Abstracts, This collection contains abstracts compiled from original muster rolls for New York State infantry units involved in the Civil War.

The th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment was raised in Broome, Tioga and Tompkins County in July and August of War meetings were played out throughout the 24th District by recruiting officers to raise the required ten companies of men, meeting the quota for a full regiment of 1, soldiers.

In his thorough account of the Ninth's activities, the official historian of the regiment, Lieutenant Matthew Graham of Company A, devotes a chapter to the blue and gray reunions that occurred between the 9th New York and the 3rd Georgia in The Ninth Regiment New York Volunteers (Hawkins' Zouaves): Being a History of the Regiment and Veteran.

Irish Brigade), and the Sixty-Ninth Regiment, Artillery (Serving as Infantry) New York State Volunteers, later changed to the d Infantry New York State Volunteers, the 1st Regiment of Corcoran’s Legion.

Many of the Regiment’s traditions come from the Civil War. Robert E. Lee is credited with dubbing the Regiment “the Fighting 69th. Colonel Hawkins of 9th New York Volunteer Infantry × 1,; 65 KB Manhattan, New York City ().jpg × 1,; MB OP 58 Gallant Charge of Hawkins's Zouaves ().jpg 2, × 1,; KB.

LOUIS, along with the 10th U.S. Infantry and part of the 71st New York Volunteer Infantry. Aboard the transport one man died, and his death was attributed to yellow fever.

As a result, the vessel was put in quarantine. The men were also put through a rigorous cleaning, and given new blue uniforms. [Manassas, Va. Provost guard of the 9th New York Infantry] Summary Photograph from the main eastern theater of war, Confederate winter quarters, Contributor Names Barnard, George N.,photographer.

“Edwin Rutan has produced a labor of love in this history of the th New York, a late war regiment that experienced the worst of campaigning and battle while serving with the Ninth Corps during the Petersburg campaign. Digging deeply into the personal records and papers of its members, Rutan's social history of the regiment that his great.

The 69th New York Militia served as the nucleus for the Brigade and its 1st Regiment, the 69th New York Infantry Regiment. Meagher was appointed Brigadier General and led the Irish Brigade during the Peninsular Campaign, Mechanicsville, Fair Oaks, the Peach Orchard, Malvern Hill, Antietam, Fredericksburg, and Chancellorsville.

The 9 th New York Regimental Flag carried two battle flags. Their regimental flag was a large red flag with golden text reading "9 th Regiment" across the top, "N.Y.V." in the center which stands for "New York Volunteers", and on the bottom was written "Toujours Prêt" which is the unit's motto that stands for "Always Ready" in French.

The second battle flag is the standard national flag. 9th Regiment, New York Infantry "Compendium of the War of the Rebellion" by Frederick H. Dyer contains no history for this unit.

9th Regiment, New York Infantry (New) Organized at Auburn, N. Y., as the th Regiment New York Infantry and mustered in September 8, Moved to Washington, D. Corps Review June 8. This database contains a collection of cartes-de-visite for Civil War-era soldiers from New York State.

Historical Background. The carte-de-visite (CDV) is a " x. () Brigadier General Rush C. Hawkins of 9th New York Infantry Regiment in Zouave uniform / From photographic negative, from Brady's National Portrait. The 51st regiment contained six companies of the Shepard Rifles, two companies of the Scott Rifles and two companies of the Union Rifles and was organized in New York city, where it was mustered into the service of the United States July 27 to Oct.

23,for a three years' term.The 9th Georgia was commanded by Colonel R. A. Turnipseed: August 1: Captain Benjamin Beck of Company F was prmoted to colonel. August Second Battle of Manassas. The regiment was commanded by Colonel Benjamin Beck, who was wounded. September Battle of South Mountain.

The regiment fought at Crampton’s Gap.A Brief History of the th New York. To chart the regiment's service from its organization until the end of the war, follow this link to an interactive map created by geographer William Spiking, great-great-grandnephew of Private Thomas D.

Spiking Jr. of Company F: A Geography of the th New York Volunteer Infantry.

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