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Seven Days Union Order Of Battle - Army of The Potomac - II Corps
... Hazard (w) Battery B, 1st New York Light Artillery Cpt Rufus D ... Light Artillery Cpt George W ... Tompkins 1st Rhode Island Light, Battery A Cpt John A ...
Natural Vs Artificial Islands
... Most of the Earth's islands are natural and have been formed by tectonic forces or volcanic eruptions ... However, there are also artificial or man-made islands ... An example of an artificial island is an island in Osaka Bay off the Japanese island of Honshu, on which Kansai International Airport is located ...
Fredericksburg Union Order Of Battle - Army of The Potomac - Right Grand Division - II Corps
... Brooke Artillery Battery B, 1st New York Light Cpt Rufus D ... Jennings Artillery Battery A, 1st Rhode Island Light Cpt William A ... Arnold Battery B, 1st Rhode Island Light Cpt John G ...
Hispaniola
... (Spanish La EspaƱola Haitian Creole Ispayola) is a major island in the Caribbean, containing the two sovereign states of the Dominican Republic and Haiti ... The island is located between the islands of Cuba to the west and Puerto Rico to the east, within the hurricane belt ... It is the ninth-most-populous island in the world, and the most populous in the Americas ...
Cold Harbor Union Order Of Battle - Forces Operating Against Richmond June 6-12, 1864 - Army of The Potomac - VI Corps
... Edwards 7th Massachusetts 10th Massachusetts 37th Massachusetts 2nd Rhode Island Third Division BG James B ... Tompkins Maine Light, 4th Battery (D) Maine Light, 5th Battery (E) Massachusetts Light, 1st Battery (A) 1st New Jersey Light, Battery A New York Light, 1st Battery New ...

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