Vermont Civil War Timeline
What Happened Today, 1 September
Date Event

September 1, 1862

The 10th Regiment mustered into U. S. service. (Peck)

September 1, 1862

11th Regiment Mustered into U. S. service. (Dyer)

September 1, 1862

Aldace Walker, 11th Vt. Inf., writes home (Correspondence)

September 1, 1863

The Eighth Regiment moved to Algiers and went by sea to the Sabine Pass expedition, which was not successful, the troops returning to Algiers on the 11th. (Peck)

September 1, 1863

William H. Flint, 2nd Battery, wrote in his diary (more)

September 1, 1863

1st Battery present at the surrender of Port Hudson, then they were ordered to New Orleans (Dyer)

September 1, 1864

Portus Baxter Smith, 11th Regiment, made an entry in his journal. (more)

September 1, 1864

William H. Flint, 2nd Battery, wrote in his diary (more)

September 1, 1864

The stations of vessels composing the East Gulf Blockading Squadron included USS San Jacinto, Captain Greene, gone north with Acting Rear Admiral T. Bailey. (ORN)

September 1, 1864

Rear Admiral Dahlgren requested suggestions as to the feasibility of a plan of operations in the vicinity of the Edisto and Ashepoo rivers from Commander Colvocoresses. (ORN)

September 1, 1864

Eugene W. Rolfe, 3rd Battery, wrote in his diary (more)

September 1, 1916

Tenth Annual Reunion, Co. D, 5th Vt. Inf. (Reunions)

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