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Seven Days Union Order Of Battle - Army of The Potomac - III Corps
... Wells 2nd Brigade (Excelsior Brigade) BG Daniel Sickles 70th New York Infantry Regiment (Also Known as the 1st Excelsior Regiment) Maj Thomas Holt 71st New York Infantry ... Hall 72nd New York Infantry Regiment (Also known as the 3rd Excelsior Regiment) Col Nelson Taylor 73rd New York Infantry Regiment (Also known as the 4th Excelsior ... Donalds 74th New York Infantry Regiment (Also known as the 5th Excelsior Regiment) Col Charles K ...
List Of New York Civil War Regiments - Artillery
... Unit Nickname Note 1st New York Heavy Artillery Regiment 2nd New York Heavy Artillery Regiment 3rd New York Heavy Artillery Regiment 4th New York Heavy Artillery Regiment 5th New York Heavy Artillery ... Re-designated 6th regiment of heavy artillery on October 3,1862 due to need for defense around the American capital. 7th New York Heavy Artillery Regiment Originally mustered in as 113th regiment of infantry on August 18, 1862 ...
Seven Days Union Order Of Battle - Army of The Potomac - Artillery Reserve
... Hunt Brigade Batteries First Brigade (Horse Artillery) Ltc William Hays Battery A, 2nd U.S ... Light Artillery Cpt John C ... Light Artillery Cpt James M ...
Historical Theories About Light, in Chronological Order - Electromagnetic Theory As Explanation For All Types of Visible Light and All EM Radiation
... that the plane of polarisation of linearly polarised light is rotated when the light rays travel along the magnetic field direction in the presence of a transparent dielectric, an effect now known as Faraday ... This was the first evidence that light was related to electromagnetism ... In 1846 he speculated that light might be some form of disturbance propagating along magnetic field lines ...
Flash - Light
... picture taking Argon flash, a single-use source of very short and extremely bright flashes of light Arc flash, an electrical explosion Lightning, a natural phenomenon Muzzle ...

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