BRONSON, IRVING

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BRONSON, IRVING

Typescript. [no date]

171 p.

Union Army officer in Company C, 107th New York Volunteers.

Recollections of the Civil War 1861-1865 written by Irving Bronson includes accounts of battles, night rides, marches,looting and burning with mention of personalities in the company and Gen. William T. Sherman. Bronson was in the following engagements: Chancellorsville, Va.; In Georgia: Resaca, May 15, 1864; Sandersville; Casfille, May 19, 1864; Milledgeville; Dallas, May 25, 1864; Pine Knob, June 15, 1864; Culps Farm, June 22, 1864; Kenesaw, June 27, 1864; Peachtree Creek, July 20, 1864; Atlanta, July 22, 1864; seige of Savannah, Ft. Pulaski, Georgia; Jacksonville, Florida; Columbia and Cheraw, S.C.; Goldsboro and Raleigh, N.C.; Richmond, Spotsylvania Court House and Alexandria Virginia. Washington, D.C. parade with Sherman.
Photocopy
Original in possession of Harley Bronson Cooper
A1979.1 Catton (box 45, folder 9)

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