Fitch, John, fl. 1864

Collection: Regimental histories

Publisher: Philadelphia : J.B. Lippincott & Co

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  • Biographical sketches: Major-General William S. Rosencrans, Officers of Staff ; Major-General George H. Thomas, Officers of Staff ; Major-General A. McD. McCook ; Major-General L. H. Rosseau, Officers of Staff ; Major-General J. S. Negley, Officers of Staff ; Major-General John McA. Palmer, Officers of Staff ; Major-General P. H. Sheridan, Officers of Staff ; Brigadier-General R. W. Johnson, Officers of Staff ; Brigadier-General Jefferson C. Davis, Officers of Staff ; Brigadier-General H. P. Van Cleve, Officers of Staff ; Brigadier-General J. St. Clair Morton (Pioneer Brigade), Officers of Staff ; Colonel William P. Innes (1st Michigan Engineers), Officers of Staff ; Major-General D. S. Stanley (Chief of Cavalry) ; Colonel R. H. G. Minty ; Colonel Eli Long ; Colonel William B. Stokes ; Captain Elmer Otis ; Brigadier-General W. B. Hazen ; Brigadier-General W. P. Carlin ; Colonel H. C. Heg ; Colonel J. T. Wilder ; Colonel W. L. Stoughton ; Colonel J. W. Burke ; Brigadier-General J. W. Sill (deceased) ; Colonel J. P. Garesche (deceased) ; Colonel G. W. Roberts (deceased) ; Colonel Leander Stem (deceased) -- Army departments: General Rosencrans's Headquarters ; Quartermaster's Department ; Commissary Department ; Provost-Marshal General's Department ; Medical Department ; Artillery Department ; Signal Corps and Telegraph Department ; Army Mail ; Army Directory ; Army Chaplains ; Headquarters Chaplain ; United States Sanitary Commission ; Army Police Department and its Chief -- Expeditions, battles, and skirmishes of the Army of the Cumberland -- Army police record of spies, smugglers, and rebel emissaries -- Miscellaneous: Anecdotes, incidents, poetry, etc. -- Appendix. Official report of General Rosecrans and Bragg of the Battle of Stone River ; General Rosecrans's Official report of the Chickamauga Campaign.
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