Originally published, Ninety-second Illinois Reunion Association, Journal Steam Publishing House And Bookbindery, Freeport IL, 1875. 390 pp This is a reproduction on CD and is searchable. |
If you are compiling your family genealogy and an ancestor served in the civil war, regimental histories can be useful for providing background on the life of your ancestor. You can experience the same excitement and boredom as your ancestor without being shot at. The histories often may contain a list of the men who served with you ancestor. Often the histories will contain a description of the battles and the day to day events as they march and camped.
From the Illinois Adjutant General's Report:
The NINETY-SECOND REGIMENT ILLINOIS INFANTRY VOLUNTEERS was organized by Major Smith D. Atkins, Eleventh Illinois Infantry Volunteers. It was composed of five companies from Ogle, three from Stephenson, and two from Carroll counties; was mustered into the United States service September 4, 1862, Major Atkins having been unanimously elected Colonel, at Rockford, Ill., where it remained in comfortable barracks drilling until October 10, 1862, when it was ordered to Cincinnati, and participated in the movements that protected that city, and drove the rebel General Morgan out of Kentucky.
About the CD: This CD provides the genealogist the opportunity to have access to information from a book that is difficult to locate in the used book market. The CD was made by scanning an original copy of the book. Any defect such as notes in the margin or light text will also appear in the CD version. The CD requires Adobe Acrobat Reader to view the file, the latest Windows version is included with the CD. The Mac & Window readers can also be downloaded from the Adobe website. The information on the CD can either be printed out and read in the traditional manner or viewed with your computer. When viewing on your screen the page size can be increased to make reading easier.The second scan on the right is at 200%. This CD is searchable and has a series of bookmarks making navigation through the file easier. The CD is packaged in a projective sleeve.
Book# = IL64
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