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Adjutant and Inspector General Reports

1864 Report

Troops in the Field

Previous Campaigns

The history of the Vermont troops in the campaigns of 1861 and 1862, when they laid the foundation for their present brilliant reputation, has never yet been written; and there have been no means existing within the State for obtaining the requisite information to enable any one to do so. Upon the application of the Governor, the War Department have now furnished copies of the official reports of all the officers commanding organizations from this State during those years. These reports will be of great value to the future historian; and the State, as well as the officers and men who participated I the severe battles of those years, are entitled to their publication. Any abstract, which could be given of them, would be necessarily meagre and unsatisfactory; and I therefore annex the Reports, in full, in Appendix F.

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