Colored Regiment Infantry

Some articles on regiment, colored, colored regiment:

4th Georgia Regiment - Service Record
... Designation Date Brigade Department 4th Georgia Regiment 1 February 1777 none Southern 4th Georgia Regiment 23 December 1777 Georgia Southern 4th Georgia Regiment 12 May 1780 ...
List Of Louisiana Union Civil War Units - Unit Redesignation
... Regiment Corps d'Afrique Regiment U.S ... Colored Troops Regiment Notes 1st Louisiana Regiment Heavy Artillery (African Descent) 1st Corps d'Afrique Regiment Heavy Artillery 7th United States Colored Regiment Heavy Artillery 10th United States Colored ...
3rd New York Regiment
... The 3rd New York Regiment was authorized May 25, 1775 and organized from June 28 to August 4 from the counties of Ulster, Dutchess, Orange, and Suffolk under ... The second establishment of the regiment was authorized on January 19, 1776 ... The regiment was reraised between February and May 1776 at Albany, New York for service with the Continental Army under Colonel Rudolphus Ritzema ...
3rd Wisconsin Volunteer Cavalry Regiment
... The 3rd Regiment Wisconsin Volunteer Cavalry was a cavalry regiment that served in the Union Army during the American Civil War ...
3rd Connecticut Regiment
... The 3rd Connecticut Regiment was authorized on 16 September 1776 and was organized between 1 January - April 1777 of eight companies of volunteers from the counties of Windham and Hartford in the state ... Department and 11 July 1779 the regiment was re-organized to nine companies ... On 1 January 1781 the regiment was merged with the 4th Connecticut Regiment, re-organized to nine companies and re-designated as the 1st Connecticut Regiment{1781-1783} ...

Famous quotes containing the words colored and/or regiment:

    I am colored but I offer nothing in the way of extenuating circumstances except the fact that I am the only Negro in the United States whose grandfather on the mother’s side was not an Indian chief.
    Zora Neale Hurston (1891–1960)

    We had an inspection today of the brigade. The Twenty-third was pronounced the crack regiment in appearance, ... [but] I could see only six to ten in a company of the old men. They all smiled as I rode by. But as I passed away I couldn’t help dropping a few natural tears. I felt as I did when I saw them mustered in at Camp Chase.
    Rutherford Birchard Hayes (1822–1893)