Index of The Regimental History

Bowen, James Riley. Regimental History of the First New York Dragoons (Originally the 130th New York Vol. Infantry) during Three Years of Active Service in the Great Civil War. [Battlecreek, Mich.:] By the Author, 1900.

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  • Portage to Suffolk, 7
  • Medical examination, 8
  • Departure of troops, 910
  • Washington, smelly camp, 1112
  • Southern women, 13
  • Experiences at Suffolk, 15ff
  • Camp ground, sleeping, 16
  • Disease, 19
  • Rich Confederate near the camp, 2021
  • Officers, 2122
  • Tents, 2526
  • Lost muster rolls, 2829
  • Chaplains, 29
  • Skirmishing and dodging bullets, 3031
  • Visitors to camp at Suffolk, 3132
  • A day in camp, 3540
  • Dress parade, 4043
  • Inspections and reviews, 4345
  • Funerals, 4547
  • Cooking in the army, 47
  • Black water marches, 4851
  • Skirmishing, 5152
  • Windsor march, 5258
  • Battle of deserted house or Kellys Store, 5868
  • Siege of Suffolk, 6981
  • Fraternization, 7677
  • Killing of a Union officer by General Corcoran, 78
  • Bathing, 7879
  • General Terry, 7980
  • Movement toward Richmond when Lee moved north, General Dix, three weeks of inactivity,
  • General Getty, Stanton, 8286
  • Yorktown to Manassas, 86
  • Death ill with diarrhea, dysentery, 9095
  • Drill, saber, 9697
  • Horses, 9798
  • Becomes a cavalry regiment, 99
  • Camp of instruction at Manassas, 96
  • Bodies from first battle of Manassas, 100
  • Second Bull Run, 1013
  • Skirmishes, Meade, Rapidan, Mosby, Mitchells Station, 105111
  • Winter Quarters at Mitchells Station, 112Building, glee club, 11314
  • Cardplaying, gambling, 11516
  • Midnight scout to Sperryville, 11619
  • Charlottesville raid, February 28March 1, 1864, 12029
  • Meade, 12930
  • Bitterness of southern women, 13031
  • Snowball fights, 131
  • Music, 13132
  • Army dances, 13233
  • Overland campaign, 134ff
  • Cavalry, 13435
  • Sheridan, 135ff
  • Horses, 136, 139
  • Pony Mountain, 13940
  • J. D., Bishop, recollections of Grant, 14142
  • Todds Tavern, 14346
  • Capture of a Confederate lieutenant, 14652
  • Sheridans first raid, Yellow Tavern, 15367
  • Haws Shop, 17071
  • Old Church or Matadequin Creek, 17174
  • Cold Harbor, 17182
  • Trevilian Station, 18392
  • Confederate savagery, 19297
  • Colonel Gibbs, 19798
  • White House Landing to Shenandoah Valley, 199ff
  • Skirmishing and guarding James River crossing, 199200
  • Gambling, 201
  • Darbytown Road fight, 2012
  • Leaves for Shenandoah Valley, 202ff
  • Transport to Washington, fire, 203
  • March from Washington, 2034
  • Woman spy, 204
  • With Sheridan in the Valley, 208ff
  • Berryville, 209
  • Newtown, 20913
  • Mosby, 213
  • Strasburg, 214
  • Kearneysville and Shepherdstown, how Custer saved the Dragoons, 21719
  • Fighting at Smithfield, 219223
  • Victories and battles in Shenandoah Valley, 224ff
  • Winchester, Opequon, 22738
  • Fishers Hill and the Woodstock races, 23949
  • Cedar Creek, 25062
  • Thanksgiving, 26364
  • Loudon Valley, Mosby, 264ff
  • Adventures with guerrillas, 26768
  • Gordonsville raid, 26974
  • Winter of 186465, last raid, 277ff
  • Religious services, 277
  • Sheridans last great raid, Charlottesville, 27881
  • Appomattox campaign, 282ff
  • Dinwiddie Courthouse, 284
  • Five Forks, 28791
  • Sailors Creek, 29194
  • Appomattox, Lee surrender, 29497
  • Going home, 298301
  • Reunions, 301
  • Recollections of an Army Surgeon, 302ff
  • Suffolk, 302
  • Medical officers, 303
  • Cleanliness, hospital, camp, 304
  • Sinks, 3045
  • Todds Tavern, 306
  • Wounded from Wilderness, Fredericksburg, 3068
  • Darbytown, obedience to orders, 310
  • Winchester, Liberty Mills, 311
  • Officers, 31213
  • List of engagements, 31718
  • Lists of prisoners, trophies, captured, 31822
  • Roster, 324460
  • Regimental badge, 461
  • Patriotic southern woman, 46264

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