2 edition of Civil War Tri-State Soldiers" and Sailors" Encampments, 1889-1918 found in the catalog.
Civil War Tri-State Soldiers" and Sailors" Encampments, 1889-1918
John H. Yzenbaard
1966 by Michigan Civil War Centennial Observance Commission in Lansing .
Written in English
|Other titles||Tri-State Soldiers" and Sailors" Encampments, l889-1918.|
|Statement||by John H. Yzenbaard.|
|Contributions||Michigan Civil War Centennial Observance Commission.|
|LC Classifications||E462.99.T7 Y9|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||66065599|
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The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System is a publicly available website providing record lookup capability on individuals who served during the United States Civil War. Every soldier who participated, from either the Union or the Confederacy, should have a record on this website.
The initial focus of the CWSS was to record basic information. Civil War winters were particularly trying and monotonous for the armies.
Impassable, muddy roads and harsh weather precluded active operations. Disease ran rampant, killing more men than battles. But with all of its hardships winter also allowed soldiers an opportunity to bond, have a bit of fun, and enjoy their more permanent camps.
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