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Camp Stanton

Camp Edwin M. Stanton was an American training camp of the Civil war that existed from 1861-1862 in Pleasanton, Massachusetts. When the camp first opened in 1861, it was known as camp Schuler, named in honor of adjutant-General of Massachusetts W ...

Camp Wightman

In 1860, the management of the long island company Thomas J. Dunbar, of Boston. The development plan of this island was disrupted because of the rumors of war and plans for military installations on long island head and other parts of the island. ...

Decatur Township, Michigan

DECATUR township civil village of van Buren County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 3.916 in the 2000 census. The village of DECATUR is located in the village.

Deerfield Township, Mecosta County, Michigan

According to the Bureau of US census, the village has a total area of 35.9 square miles 92.9 km2, of which 35.8 square miles 92.6 km2 is Land and 0.1 square miles 0.3 km2 0.36% water.

Spencer Township, Michigan

The village is located in the northeast corner of Kent and bordered to the North and East of Montcalm County. According to the Bureau of US census, the village has a total area of 36.6 square miles 94.9 km 2, with 34.0 88.0 square miles km 2 of L ...

Wisner Township, Michigan

The Wisner Township is a civil township in tuscola County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 690 At the 2010 census. The first entry of land in this area were made by Joshua Terry in 1853, to by Green bird in 1854, and by Isaiah Je ...

Freeman Township, Freeborn County, Minnesota

According to the Bureau of US census, the village has a total area of 35.9 square miles 93 km 2, 35.9 square miles 93 km 2 are land, and 0.04 square miles 0.10 miles from them 2 0.08% is water.

Minnesotas 2nd congressional district

2nd Minnesota congressional district covers the southern metro area of the twin cities, and contains all of Scott, Dakota, Goodhue, and Wabasha counties. It also contains part of Northern and Eastern rice counties, including those in Northfield, ...

Prescott Township, Faribault County, Minnesota

The town of Prescott township in the County of Faribault, Minnesota, USA. A population of 222 in the 2000 census. The town of Prescott was organized in 1861 and named in honor of a pioneer settler.

Walnut Lake Township, Faribault County, Minnesota

Lake township walnut township in the County of Faribault, Minnesota, USA. The population of 251 in the 2000 census. Lake walnut township was organized in 1861 and named in honor of the former lake, where a white walnut trees grew.

Zumbro Township, Wabasha County, Minnesota

The township side is a city in Wabasha County, Minnesota, USA. The population was 715 at the 2000 census. The unincorporated community of South Troy to the village from the outside. The village of zumbro was organized in 1861 and named after the ...

1st Missouri Infantry (Confederate)

The regiment was organized in Memphis, Tennessee and new Madrid, Missouri, in June–September 1861 C. Colonel John Bowen, the first commander of the regiments. The regiment consisted mainly of supporters of the secession of the state from St. Loui ...

Minutemen (Missouri Secessionist Paramilitaries)

The Minutemen was a secessionist paramilitary organization in St. Louis, Missouri in early 1861. Many members joined the 2nd regiment of Missouri volunteer militia, and after may 10, 1861 the Missouri state guard or of the army of the Confederate ...

7th New Jersey Volunteer Infantry

7th new Jersey Volunteer infantry was an American civil war infantry regiment from new Jersey that served a three years enlistment in the Union army. He was enrolled in Federal service September 3, 1861. The regiment was trained at camp olden in ...

Independent Companies, New Mexico Volunteer Cavalry

Independent companies, new Mexico Volunteer cavalry was a Volunteer cavalry in the Union army during the American Civil war. Among the volunteer companies, they are there captains were: Graydons Independent Cavalry Company - The Reorganization Of ...

Independent Companies, New Mexico Volunteer Militia Infantry

Independent companies of new Mexico militia were units of infantry raised in new Mexico, to serve three-month term of service for the Union army during the American Civil war, from November 1861 to February 1862. These were for use within the ter ...

Minks Independent Cavalry Company

Minsk independent company of cavalry, was an independent company of cavalry of the allied forces raised in the territory of new Mexico during the American Civil war. Minks independent cavalry company was raised by captain John H. Mink in Penasco, ...

2nd New York Volunteer Cavalry Regiment

2nd new York volunteer regiment, officially known as the 2nd regiment, new York volunteer cavalry units of the Union Army during the American Civil war. He served in the army of the Potomac and fought in Stonemans RAID 1863 Wilson Kautz RAID and ...

37th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment

The 37th regiment new York volunteer infantry, or the Irish Fusiliers was formed, adopted as of may 25, 1861, and organized in new York. The regiment gathered on the service of the United States June 6 and 7, 1861 for two years of service prior t ...

72nd New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment

72nd regiment new York volunteer infantry was one of the five infantry regiments, formed the ex-Congressman Daniel sickles and created as part of the Excelsior brigade, which fought with the Union army during several key battles of the Civil war ...

Excelsior Brigade

Team Excelsior was a military unit in the Union army during the American Civil war. Mainly composed of infantry regiments raised in the state of new York primarily by former Congressman Daniel sickles, the brigade served in the army of the Potoma ...

St. Marys Church (Swormville, New York)

Catholic Church of St Mary is a Church located on the corner of transit and Stahley roads in Swormville, new York, in the United States. Originally known as the Church. Mary of the assumption for transit, the building was built about 260.000 bric ...

3rd Ohio Cavalry

3rd Ohio cavalry was a cavalry regiment of the Union army during the American Civil war. The regiment was organized in September 1861 by future Colonel Lewis Deputy In April 1862, it moved with General don Carlos Buell through Tennessee. For this ...

Glendale Historic District (Glendale, Ohio)

Glendale historic district encompasses the historic downtown Glendale, Ohio. Developed in 1851, Glendale is one of the earliest known examples of planned subdivision residential village, its layout is made using the principles developed for rural ...

Odell, Oregon

Odell is an unincorporated community and census-designated place in the County of hood river, Oregon, United States of America. Odell was named the pioneer, William Odell, a native of Tennessee by way of California, who settled in the area in 186 ...

3rd Pennsylvania Cavalry

3rd Pennsylvania cavalry regiment was a cavalry regiment in the Union army during the American Civil war. The unit was recruited by Colonel William H. young in Philadelphia in July and August, 1861. The company was founded in the local independen ...

95th Pennsylvania Infantry Regiment

The 95th Pennsylvania infantry volunteer infantry regiment that served in the Union army during the American Civil war. This regiment is also sometimes called Goslines the zouaves, because its members wore Zouave style uniforms at the beginning o ...

Camp Scott (Pennsylvania)

Camp Scott was a recruiting and training base in York, Pennsylvania, recently raised regiments in the Union army during the American Civil war. After separation of the several southern States and the bombardment of Fort Sumter in South Carolina i ...

Coal Hill Coal Railroad

The coal Hill coal railroad began in the coal mine on the North side of the mountain. Washington, then known as "coal Hill", begun by Jacob Beltzhoover in 1825. This mine worked on a number of persons, finally, James M. Bailey, who fully extended ...

Pennsylvania Reserves

The Pennsylvania reserves infantry division in the Union army during the American Civil war. Noted for its famous commanders and high casualties, it served on the Eastern front, and fought in many important battles, including Antietam and Gettysburg.

Sankey brick

On the sled brick is the preferred building material in the South side flats in Pittsburgh. This was the original product sledge brick company, founded in 1861, William, John, and Thomas sleigh. The original brick plant was at the end of the rail ...

Duncans Retreat, Utah

The Duncans Retreat is a Ghost town located near Utah state route 9 in the Eastern part of Washington County, in southwestern Utah, USA. Lying about 3 miles East of virgin and southwest of Zion National Park, the Duncans retreat was populated by ...

1st Vermont Brigade

The first Vermont brigade, or "old brigade" was an infantry brigade in the Union army of the Potomac during the American Civil war. She suffered the highest casualties of any brigade in the history of the United States army, with some 1.172 died ...

1st Vermont Infantry

The 1st regiment, volunteer infantry Vermont was three months infantry regiment in the Union army during the American Civil war. He served in the Eastern theater, in and around fortress Monroe, Virginia.

2nd Vermont Infantry

2nd regiment, volunteer infantry Vermont was a three year infantry regiment in the Union army during the American Civil war. He served in the Eastern theater, predominantly in the VI corps, army of the Potomac from June 1861 to July 1865. He was ...

3rd Vermont Infantry

3rd regiment, volunteer infantry Vermont was a three year infantry regiment in the Union army during the American Civil war. He served in the Eastern theater, predominantly in the VI corps, army of the Potomac, from July 1861 to July 1865. He was ...

4th Vermont Infantry

4th regiment, volunteer infantry Vermont was a three year infantry regiment in the Union army during the American Civil war. He served in the Eastern theater, predominantly in the VI corps, army of the Potomac, from September 1861 to July 1865. H ...

Minnesota Junction, Wisconsin

Minnesota Crossroads is an unincorporated community located in the town of Oak grove, in Dodge County, Wisconsin, United States of America. Minnesota Junction is located on Wisconsin highway 26. It is located on 43.452 latitude and longitude -88. ...

2nd Regiment of Cavalry, Massachusetts Volunteers

2nd Massachusetts volunteer regiment was a cavalry regiment in the Union army during the American Civil war. It consisted mainly of men in the States of California and Massachusetts, and served on the Eastern front, despite its Western roots.

Benton Hot Springs, California

Benton Hot springs is an unincorporated community in Mono County, California. It is located 3 km West-southwest of Benton and 31 miles North-Northwest of Bishop, at the height of 5630 meters. Post office Benton opened the place in 1886. The name ...

Camp Alert (California)

To warn the camp of the American army civil war Union training camp located at the pioneer race course, near San Francisco, North Bernal heights. Today, the site location is in the city, between 24th and 25th street and Folsom and mission. Warnin ...

Fields Landing, California

The landing pad is a census-designated place in Humboldt County, California. It is located on Humboldt Bay 6 miles South-southwest of downtown Eureka, at the height of 13 feet. Postcode 95537. The population of 276 in the 2010 census.

Forest Home, Amador County, California

Forest house is a former settlement in Amador County, California. It was located 6.25 miles West of Plymouth, at a height of 581 feet. He still appeared on maps from the U.S. Geological survey in 1944. Forest home began as a center of gold mining ...

Fort Dick, California

Fort dick is a small unincorporated community in rural del Norte County, California. Fort dick is around five miles North of Crescent city, California, and about 15 miles South of the California–Oregon state line. It is located on U.S. route 101 ...

La Grange Mine

The La Grange mine is a former mine, situated in the County of Trinity, California. At the time it was the largest hydraulic mine in California. Started its activities in 1862, was for 3.500.000 dollars of gold was extracted before it was closed ...

Millers Ranch, Butte County, California

Millers ranch is a former settlement in Butte County, California, United States of America. It is 7 miles North-East of Bangor. A post office operated at millers ranch from 1862 to 1865. Ranch Miller, so named after Jessica Miller of Paradise, CA.

Sierraville, California

Sierraville is a census-designated place in Sierra County, California, USA. It is located on the southern end of the huge Sierra valley which is used primarily as pasture and is also at the junction of California state route 49 and California sta ...

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