|Series||Michigan historical collections -- 9, 2|
Michigan in the Civil War United States. Army. Michigan Infantry Regiment, 12th (). Company E. One volume clothing account book (). These Men have seen Hard Service: The First Michigan Sharpshooters in the Civil War - by Raymond J. Herek: This book covers the time of service of a regiment of sharpshooters raised in Michigan. It also follows the men through their post war life until the last member of the regiment dies in The fact is Michigan played a very important part in the War Between the States, so much so that, in , when men from the 1st Michigan Infantry arrived in Washington D.C. as reinforcements for the nation's capitol, President Lincoln exclaimed, "Thank God for Michigan!"/5(3). Michigan in the Civil War United States. Army. Michigan Artillery Regiment, 6th (). Company I. Two volumes of company records () including order book and descriptive book containing lists of officers, deserters, discharges, transfers, deaths, and descriptive roll.
During the Civil War, Michigan raised more t men. Their records can be found in state records shown on this page, unit records which may be found on the military unit pages (see below for links), or federal records. For ideas on how to begin searching for your Civil War ancestor, see Beginning United States Civil War Research. The Civil War Archive; Herek, Raymond J. These Men Have Seen Hard Service: The First Michigan Sharpshooters in the Civil War. Detroit, MI: Wayne State University Press, Hauptman, Laurence M. Ch. 7 titled Sharpshooters in the Army of the Potomac: The Ottawa from Between Two Fires: American Indians in the Civil War. New York ; London: Free. The Civil War in the News Advancements in printing technology, the electric telegraph and special correspondents allowed news of the war to reach home faster than ever before. A Soldier’s Life Michigan men who served in the Civil War sought . These Men Have Seen Hard Service recounts the fascinating history of one outstanding Michigan regiment during the Civil War. A compelling political, social, ethnic, and military drama, this book examines the lives of the men of the First Michigan Sharpshooters for the first time, beginning with the regiment's inception and extending through post-war activities until the death of the last Cited by: 3.
It describes the pre, during, and post-Civil War periods, dealing with the men who served during our nation's Civil War. Book Orders and questions can be made to: To: [email protected] Direct: Mr. Douglas M. Casamer Fox Ridge Lane Allenton, Michigan Via Check or US Postal Money Order $ Michigan. Michigan Civil War Service Records also has Michigan Civil War Volunteer Registries and other items Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers in the Civil War (requires payment - part of an Ancestry subscription) scanned searchable book. Michigan Men on The Sultana. add who was killed, survived, or lost. The book contains three lists of men. Added a citation from the source, Record of Service of Michigan Volunteers in the Civil War, - to each man found. This has allowed us to correct more of the records found in the book . 2nd Michigan Cavalry; 8th and 9th Michigan Cavalry; 2nd Michigan; 22nd Michigan; Google Book Link: Annual Report of the Adjutant General for the State of Michigan for the Year A report on the military based in Michigan in Published in , this is a report on what Michigan men were doing during the Civil War. Google Book Link.