The War of the Rebellion:
Reprints from the Days of War

Casualties from the Eleventh Pennsylvania Cavalry

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

February 2, 1894

This was part of a series of wartime news that the Philadelphia Inquirer re-printed years later. This is excerpted from a report that was dated January 30, 1863, from Fortress Monroe, an old fort that guarded the entrance to Hampton Roads, Virginia,  the James River and Chesapeake Bay.

From Alibris: Battle Field and Prison Pen, Or Through the War, and Thrice a Prisoner in Rebel Dungeons icon
(1882) by John W. URBAN. 1st Regt. Pennsylvania Infantry, Co. D.

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