The 21st Michigan During the Civil War

An essay written by Mr. Stephen C. Sisson. Mr. Sisson is the descendant of Private Foster Sisson who served in the 21st Michigan. This essay is based on letters Private Sisson wrote to his wife and children during the war.

eriod articles concerning the 21st Michigan Volunteer Infantry during the American Civil War.


Date of Publication Source Title
January 7th, 1863 Detroit Free Press 21st Michigan during the Battle of Stone River, Tennessee
January 30th, 1863 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune Accounting of the 21st Michigan during the Battle of Stone River, Tennessee
February 24, 1863 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune In Camp – Foraging – A Scene – Butternut in the Foreground – Health of the Regiment – Southern Barbarity – Lieut. Burritt – Changes – Election of Field Officers – Promotions
February 26, 1863 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune Resignation of Col. Stevens - Action of the Regiment Thereupon - Agreeable Proceedings
March 30, 1863 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune A Tiresome Chase After the Enemy - The Regiment Paid off and in Good Health.
April 8, 1863 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune An Attack Expected - Vigilance of Gen. Rosecrans - The 21st All Right - Review - Promotions
April 11, 1863 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune Picket Duty - Review by General Rosecrans - Compliment to Michigan Troops - Preparations for a Battle
May 11,1863 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune Camp SCHAFFER, near Murfreesboro, Tenn.
May 26, 1863 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune A Sensation Story - Woman serves with 21st Michigan
May 29, 1863 The Weekly Pioneer & Democrat, St Paul, Minnesota

A Female Soldier of the Twenty First Michigan.
WHAT LOVE WILL DRIVE A WOMAN TO.

May 29, 1863 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune Hot Weather - In good Health - Under Marching Orders - A Shooting Match between Michigan, Illinois, and Wisconsin, Michigan Carries off the Prize
July 15, 1864 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune
July 19, 1864 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune
July 21, 1864 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune
August 2, 1864 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune
April 11, 1865 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune

21st Michigan - Goldsboro, N.C., March 26, 1865

June 14, 1865 Detroit Advertiser and Tribune

ARRIVAL OF TROOPS. - Return to and reception at the City of Over 1,600 Michigan Man-Interesting Details.

June 28, 1903 Duluth Sunday News Tribune Lookout Mountain and its Historical Side

 

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