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[History - .14K] 1st Battalion Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery [File - .18K]
Organized April, 1865 - Fort Warren, Boston
[History - .14K] 1st Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery [File - .18K]
Organized June 20, 1861 - Fort Warren, Boston
[History - .14K] 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery [File - .18K]
Organized December 7, 1863 - Camp Meigs, Readville
[History - .14K] 3rd Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service January, 1864 - Fort Warren, Boston
[History - .14K] 4th Massachusetts Volunteer Heavy Artillery [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service August, 1864 - Galloup's Island, Boston
[History - .14K] 5th Massachusetts Battery, Light Artillery [File - .18K]
Organized September 30, 1861 - Camp Schouler, Lynnfield
[History - .14K] 6th Massachusetts Battery, Light Artillery [File - .18K]
Organized and Mustered Into Service January 20, 1862 - Camp Chase, Lowell
[History - .14K] 9th Battery, Massachusetts Volunteer Light Artillery [E-Mail - .13K]
"Bigelow's Battery" - Organized September 3, 1862 - Camp Meigs, Readville
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[History - .14K] 10th Battery, Massachusetts Volunteer Light Artillery [E-Mail - .13K]
"Sleeper's Battery" - Mustered Into Service September 9, 1862 - Boxford
[History - .14K] 14th Battery, Massachusetts Volunteer Light Artillery [File - .18K]
Organized January 14, 1864 - Camp Meigs, Readville
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[History - .14K] 1st Battalion, Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry [File - .18K]
Organized in the early winter of 1864 - Camp Meigs, Readville
[History - .14K] 1st Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry [File - .18K]
Established by War Department Special Order No. 419, September 3, 1861 - Camp Brigham, Readville
[History - .14K] 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry [File - .18K]
Recruited during the fall of 1862, initially in California - Rendezvoused at Camp Meigs, Readville
[History - .14K] 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry, Company A [File - .18K]
The "California Hundred" - Organized January 4, 1863 - Camp Meigs, Readville
[History - .14K] 3rd Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service September, October, and November, 1861 - Camp Chase, Lowell
[History - .14K] 4th Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry [File - .18K]
Established by War Department Special Order No. 70, February 12, 1864 - Camp Brigham, Readville
[History - .14K] 5th Massachusetts Volunteer Cavalry (Colored) [E-Mail - .13K]
Organized January 4, 1863 - Camp Meigs, Readville
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[History - .14K] 1st Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service May 23, 24, 25 and 27, 1861 - Camp Ellsworth, Watertown
[History - .14K] 2nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
"Gordon's Regulars" - Mustered Into Service May 18-27, 1861 - Camp Andrew (Brook Farm), Roxbury
[History - .14K] 3rd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Militia) [E-Mail - .13K]
"Minute Men" - Ordered to active duty by Special Order No. 14, April 15,1861
[History - .14K] 4th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Militia) [File - .18K]
"Minute Men" - Ordered to active duty by Special Order No. 14, April 15,1861
[History - .14K] 5th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Militia) [File - .18K]
"Minute Men" - Ordered to active duty by Special Order No. 35, April 19,1861
[History - .14K] 6th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Militia) [File - .18K]
"Minute Men" - Initially ordered to active duty by Special Order No. 14, April 15,1861
[History - .14K] 8th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [Form - .2K]
"Minute Men" - Organized April 15, 1861 - Boston
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[History - .14K] 10th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [E-Mail - .13K]
Organized May 15, 1861 - Camp Adams, Medford
[History - .14K] 11th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
"Hooker's Brigade" - Mustered Into Service June 13, 1861 - Fort Warren, Boston Harbor
[History - .14K] 12th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
"Webster Regiment" - Recruited in the latter part of April, 1861 - Fort Warren, Boston
[History - .14K] 13th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [Form - .2K]
Organized June 16, 1861 - Fort Independence
[History - .14K] 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [E-Mail - .13K]
Mustered Into Service July 12, 1861 - Camp Scott, Worcester
[History - .14K] 16th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
"Iron Sixteenth" - Organized June 29, 1861 - Camp Cameron, Cambridge
[History - .14K] 18th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [E-Mail - .13K]
Mustered Into Service August 24, 1861 - Camp Brigham, Readville
[History - .14K] 19th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
"1st Rifles" - Organized August 28, 1861 - Camp Schouler, Lynnfield
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[History - .14K] 20th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
"The Harvard Regiment" - September 4, 1861 - Camp Brigham, Readville
[History - .14K] 21st Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
Organized July 19 to August 19, 1861 - Camp Scott, Worcester
[History - .14K] 22nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
"Henry Wilson's Regiment" - Organized September 2, 1861 - Camp Schouler, Lynnfield
[History - .14K] 23rd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service September 28, 1861 - Camp Schouler, Lynnfield
[History - .14K] 24th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
"New England Guards" - Mustered Into Service September, 1861 - Camp Massasoit, Readville
[History - .14K] 25th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
Organized Early Fall, 1861 - Camp Lincoln, Worcester
[History - .14K] 26th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service September and October, 1861 - Camp Chase, Lowell
[History - .14K] 27th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [E-Mail - .13K]
Mustered Into Service September 19 to 27, 1861 - Camp Banks, Springfield
[History - .14K] 28th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [Form - .2K]
"Faugh-A-Ballaugh Regiment" - Mustered In December 31, 1861 - Camp Cameron, Cambridge
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[History - .14K] 30th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service September 15 to Dember 31, 1861 - Camp Chase, Lowell
[History - .14K] 32nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
Organized November, 1861 - Fort Warren, Boston
[History - .14K] 33rd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
Organized June and July, 1862 - Camp Stanton, Lynnfield
[History - .14K] 35th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service August 9 to 19, 1862 - Camp Stanton, Lynnfield
[History - .14K] 36th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service August 27, 1862] - Camp Wool, Worcester
[History - .14K] 37th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [E-Mail - .13K]
Organized August 30, 1862 - Pittsfield
[History - .14K] 38th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service July and August, 1862 - Camp Day, Cambridge and Camp Stanton, Lynnfield
[History - .14K] 39th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
Organized August 13 to September 2, 1862 - Camp Stanton, Lynnfield
[History - .14K] 39th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Company K [E-Mail - .13K]
"Woburn National Rangers" - Recruited in the Late Summer of 1862
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[History - .14K] 40th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service August 22 to September 5, 1862] - Camp Stanton, Lynnfield
[History - .14K] 42nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Militia) [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service September 13 to October 14, 1862 - Camp Meigs, Readville
[History - .14K] 44th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Militia) [File - .18K]
The Second New England Guards Regiment - Mustered Into Service September 12, 1862 - Readville
[History - .14K] 45th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Militia) [File - .18K]
"Cadet Regiment" - Mustered Into Service September 26 and October 7, 1862 - Camp Meigs, Readville
[History - .14K] 47th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Militia) [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service September 19 to October 31, 1862 - Camp Stanton, Boxford
[History - .14K] 48th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Militia) [File - .18K]
Originally assembled in September, 1862 - Camp Lander, Wenham
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[History - .14K] 53rd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
Organized October 17 to November 6, 1862 - Groton
[History - .14K] 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
The Union's First Black Fighting Unit - Mustered Into Service May 13, 1863 - Camp Meigs, Readville
[Movie - .2K] Featured in the 1989 movie "Glory" starring Matthew Broderick and Denzel Washington. [Movie - .2K]
[History - .14K] 55th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [E-Mail - .13K]
Mustered Into Service May 31 - June 22, 1863 - Camp Meigs, Readville
[History - .14K] 56th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Veteran) [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service December, 1863 and January to February, 1864 - Camp Meigs, Readville
[History - .14K] 57th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Veteran) [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service December, 1863 to March, 1864 - Camp Wool, Worcester
[History - .14K] 58th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Veteran) [File - .18K]
Mustered into Service January 14 to April 18, 1864 - Readville
[History - .14K] 59th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry (Veteran) [File - .18K]
Mustered Into Service December 5, 1863 to April 21, 1864 - Readville
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[Civil War - .2K] 5th Massachusetts Battery, Light Artillery [File - .18K]
"Founded to be an active, as well as an historical organization"
[Civil War - .2K] 9th Battery, Massachusetts Volunteer Light Artillery [E-Mail - .13K]
Dedicated to the history of the 9th Battery and reenacting those who served with it.
[Civil War - .2K] 10th Massachusetts Battery, Light Artillery [E-Mail - .13K]
Competes with Civil War firearms in remembering that part of our Nation's heritage.
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[Civil War - .2K] 10th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Company C [E-Mail - .13K]
[State - .2K] Chartered by Mass. as a heritage group of the Mass. 104th National Guard. [State - .2K]
First organized in 1954 to participate in Northampton, Massachusetts tercentenary celebrations.
[Civil War - .2K] 12th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Company K [File - .18K]
"A Civil War Reenacting group that does battles and living histories"
[Civil War - .2K] 13th Massachusetts Infantry, Company F - "Marlboro Rifles" [File - .18K]
"Civil War Historians who enjoy the opportunity to create a pivotal time in our Nation's history"
[Civil War - .2K] 15th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [E-Mail - .13K]
"For living history purposes we all portray soldiers from different companies"
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[Civil War - .2K] 20th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Company D [File - .18K]
"Dedicated to creating an impression of Civil War soldiers"
[Civil War - .2K] 22nd Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [File - .18K]
"We are an authentically minded, family oriented group that strives to be historically accurate, . . ."
[Civil War - .2K] 28th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry [Form - .2K]
[Shamrock - .2K] Re-enactors portraying Irish soldiers of the Army of the Potomac at battle reenactments. [Shamrock - .2K]
Founded in 1984 to accurately portray the life of the common soldier in the Union army.
[Civil War - .2K] 28th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Company B [E-Mail - .13K]
"An active and highly respected part of the Civil War re-enactment community"
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[Civil War - .2K] 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry, Company A [File - .18K]
Strives to present highly accurate portrayals of the most famous regiment of the Civil War
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"Dedicated to keeping alive the proud heritage of the 54th, and all of the United States Colored Troops"
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"Serving the Civil War Community Around the Globe Since 1957"
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"An independent Civil War Roundtable in Massachusetts"
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A Comprehensive List of Civil War Roundtable Websites by State
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"Dedicated to Learning About the Civil War and Preserving Its Memory"
[Society - .2K] Olde Colony Civil War Round Table - Dedham [File - .18K]
Over 100 Members Meet Once a Month
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Wikipedia article about the organization's establishment and history
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"Home to a unique and historic collection of Civil War artifacts, books, and memorabilia"
[Information - .14K] G.A.R. & Civil War Museum - Marblehead [File - .18K]
The G.A.R. Room is preserved exactly as it was when the last meeting was held in the 1930's.
[Information - .14K] The G.A.R. Hall - Scituate [E-Mail - .13K]
A museum of Civil War memorabilia maintained by The Scituate Historical Society
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Maintained by Post 50 - Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
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Erected in 1885 With Funds Raised by Local Civil War Veterans
[Information - .14K] Isaac Davis Post No. 138 G.A.R. - Acton [File - .18K]
Contains a history, rosters and photographs of G.A.R. Post No. 138
[Information - .14K] [Photographs - .15K] John H. Chipman, Jr. Post #89 G.A.R. Hall - Beverly [E-Mail - .13K]
Data on over 400 former members of this G.A.R. Post and Civil War research material.
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[Information - .14K] 13th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry Roster [E-Mail - .13K]
A Comprehensive Roster of the Thirteenth Massachusetts Volunteers
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[Information - .14K] A Legacy of Valor [Form - .2K]
The Memoirs and Letters of Captain Henry Newton Comey, 2nd Massachusetts Infantry
[Information - .14K] Acton Memorial Library Civil War Archives [File - .18K]
The archives includes a permanent exhibit open to the public
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"Working Together To Preserve America's Historic Battlefields"
[Information - .14K] American Civil War Homepage [E-Mail - .13K]
A Comprehensive Reference Site - Last Revised and Closed on July 19, 2011
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[Information - .14K] Brother vs. Brother - The Civil War in Woburn, Massachusetts [E-Mail - .13K]
Chronology of Woburn's Participation in the Civil War
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[Information - .14K] Civil War Archive - Union Regiments - Massachusetts [E-Mail - .13K]
Complete List of Massachusetts Civil War Units
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Public Domain and Free Clipart Images
[Information - .14K] Civil War Interactive [E-Mail - .13K]
"The Daily Newspaper of the Civil War"
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American Memory - Library of Congress
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Data Base coordinated by the National Park Service
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"The Most Important Civil War Site In New England"
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[Information - .14K] Field Artillery in the Civil War [E-Mail - .13K]
"An introduction to the makeup of a Civil War Battery; guns, cannoneer and equipment"
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[Information - .14K] Hardtack - A Staple in the Civil War Diet [File - .18K]
Provides Recipes and Information About Hardtack
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[Information - .14K] If It Be My Fate To Fall... [E-Mail - .13K]
A Collection of Letters and Journals of Edward K. Gazet, Private, Co. A, 11th Massachusetts Volunteers
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[Information - .14K] Massachusetts Civil War Research Center [E-Mail - .13K]
Histories of Massachusetts Civil War Units
[Information - .14K] Methuenites in the 1st Massachusetts Heavy Artillery [E-Mail - .13K]
Names and biograhical data for soldiers from Methuen who served in this unit.
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Source for Genealogy Research
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National Archives and Records Administration Regional Office
[National - .14K] [Information - .14K] NARA's Federal Records Center - Pittsfield [E-Mail - .13K]
National Archives and Records Administration Records Center
[Information - .14K] National Museum of Civil War Medicine [File - .18K]
Located at 48 East Patrick Street in Frederick, Maryland 21705
[Information - .14K] New England Civil War Museum & Library [E-Mail - .13K]
Thomas J. O'Connell Library - Rockville, CT
[Information - .14K] [Photographs - .15K] North Carolina Revisited [File - .18K]
Photographs taken by William Garrison Reed (Veteran, Co. D, 44th Mass) in 1884
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[Information - .14K] Reminiscences of the 19th Massachusetts Regiment [E-Mail - .13K]
First person history by Captain John G.B. Adams
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Louisiana State University
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