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Testimonial to Col. Rush C. Hawkins, Ninth Regiment N.Y.V., Hawkins Zouaves
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 30959|
|Contributions||Kirkland, Charles P. 1830-1904|
|The Physical Object|
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Military Service, In April with the secession of the Southern States and the calling up of volunteers by President Abraham Lincoln, Ninth Regiment N.Y.V. C. Hawkins went to Albany, New York, and volunteered the services of a company of New York Zouaves to the governor of New York accepted the offer of the company, and also granted the authorization to Hawkins to raise a regiment of : Infantry, Zouave.
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Sloan Foundation. The Library is pleased to offer much of its public. Get this from a library. Testimonial to Col. Rush C. Hawkins, Ninth Regiment N.Y.V. RUSH C. HAWKINS, OF HAWKINS' ZOUAVE3, For his gallantry and devotion to his country. By fifty of his fellow-citizens of New York, May, The blade is of fine steel, beautifully etched and gilt, and bears the names of the battles of the regiment — TTatteras.
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Rush Christopher Hawkins (Septem – Octo ) was a lawyer, Union colonel in the American Civil War, politician, book collector, and art was mustered out of the Union Army in but served in the New York Militia in Inin consideration of his prior service, he was nominated and confirmed for appointment to the grade of brevet brigadier general of.
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Located at Brown University. Hawkins, Rush C. An account of the assassination of loyal citizens of North Carolina for having served in the Union Army which took place at Kingston in the months of February and March, New York: [s.n. “Testimonial to Col. Rush C. Hawkins, Ninth Regiment N.Y.V., Hawkins’ Zouaves.” New York, (Colonel Rush C.
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White & Company, New York, New York, (Corporal Charles Currie. Col. Hawkins, Commanding Ninth Regiment N. V., (Hawkins' Zouaves) COLONEL: To prevent any misapprehension, I send you a brief statement in relation to the sad affair of Sunday morning, which resulted, I regret to say, in the death of Lieut.-Col.
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9th REGIMENT INFANTRY (HAWKINS' ZOUAVES) From a Compendium of the War of the Rebellion by Frederick H. Dyer (The nucleus of this Regiment was old Company of New York Zouaves.) Organized at New York City and mustered into State service Ap Mustered into United States service May 4, Brady, M.
B., photographer. () Brigadier General Rush C. Hawkins of 9th New York Infantry Regiment in Zouave uniform / From photographic negative, from. Testimonial To Col. Rush C. Hawkins, Ninth Regiment N. V., "Hawkins' Zouaves." - () - 14 Pages. The "Dutchess County Regiment" (th Regiment Of New York State Volunteer Infantry) In The Civil War By Stephen Guernsey Cook - () - Pages.
Rush C. Hawkins was born in Pomfret, Vermont on Septem At the age of 15, Hawkins enlisted in the 2nd United States Dragoons for service in the Mexican War.
After the war he settled in New York City where he studied law. InHawkins helped raise the 9th New York Infantry, also known as "Hawkins Zouaves.”. Albany: J. Lyon Company, This regiment, Col. Rush C. Hawkins, was organized in New York city, and t mustered in the service of the United States for two years, May 4, ; it was accepted by the State, and received its numerical designation, Testimonial to Col.
Rush C. Hawkins, Ninth regiment N. V., "Hawkins' zouaves." - () - 18 pages. The "Dutchess county regiment" (th regiment of New York state volunteer infantry) in the Civil War by Stephen Guernsey Cook - () - pages. Testimonial to Col.
Rush C. Hawkins, Ninth Regiment N.Y.V. () At a ceremony honoring Col. Rush Christopher Hawkins and the Ninth Regiment of New York Volunteers, also known as “Hawkins’ Zouaves,” Charles P. Kirkland contextualized the gravity of the Civil War.
An existing military club-the New York Zouaves-formed the nucleus for the Ninth New York Volunteer Infantry, lead by Colonel Rush C.
Hawkins from to Throughout its two-year existence the Ninth saw action mainly along the Carolina coast with the exception of Antietam and Fredricksburg. Orderly books of the Fourth New York Regiment,the Second New York Regiment, / by Samuel Tallmadge and others, with diaries of Samuel Tallmadge, and John Barr, ; prepared for publication by Almon W.
Lauber, PH. D., of the Division of Archives and History. n Rush C. Hawkins, a veteran of the Mexican War went to work finding men for a new regiment. Starting with members of the old pre war Company of New York Zouaves, he enlisted enough men to muster his 9th New York Infantry on May 4, Thanks to their uniform and their founder's name, they were quickly dubbed "Hawkins' Zouaves."They fought at Big Bethel in June .During the summer and fall of Companies B, C, H and I were in the field for nearly six months as a part of a force of observation under command of Lieut.-Col.
L. P. Bradley, 9th Infantry, on the Little Missouri River, and in the northwestern part of the Black Hills.The Ninth Regiment New York Volunteers (Hawkins' Zouaves): being a history of the regiment and veteran association from to New York: E.P. Coby & Co., printers, Chapter V. Colonel Hawkins assumes command of Post Chapter VI.
Underway for Roanoke Island.