Vermont Civil War Timeline
What Happened Today, 7 July
Date Event

July 7, 1862

7th Regiment at Grand Gulf, Miss. (Dyer)

July 7, 1863

J. C. Williams, 14th Regiment, wrote in his journal (more)

July 7, 1863

Edwin F. Palmer, 13th Regiment, wrote about 'camp life as he saw it' (more)

July 7, 1863

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

July 7, 1863

Captain Thornton A. Jenkins, onboard USS Monongahela during a transit from New Orleans to Port Hudson, commended the vessel's executive officer, Lieutenant George Dewey, and other officers and crew, who 'displayed an unrivaled coolness and courage' while engaging rebel field batteries about 12 miles below Donaldsonville. (ORN)

July 7, 1863

Oliver A. Browne, 15th Inf., wrote in his diary (more)

July 7, 1863

Frederick L. Reed, Orderly Sergt., Co.. D, 14th Vermont, wrote in his diary: Went out foraging to-day; got a good dinner, 8 lbs butter, six loaves of bread 50 cts. a loaf, 40 bushels corn, 8 bushels rye, and some straw to lie on; we are not going to starve as long as there is anything to be bought. We now and then hear a report of a cannon. (Memorial Exercises, Castleton VT, 1885)

July 7, 1864

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

July 7, 1864

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

July 7, 1865

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

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