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Bermuda Hundred Campaign

Links to posts of the actual articles Volume 4 of Battles and Leaders of the Civil War which are relevant to the Bermuda Hundred Campaign are listed immediately below.  Look for these articles to gradually appear at The Siege of Petersburg Online: Beyond the Crater.

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  • Earl Lewter March 19, 2013, 10:26 pm

    Hi…I understand that the North Carolina 17th Regiment troops fought at both Drewry’s Bluff and Bermuda Hundred….Do you know of any books or other info about the NC 17th?….My great-grandfather, Joseph R. Beale fought for the 17th…..

  • bschulte March 20, 2013, 10:47 am


    Thanks for commenting. The Battle of Drewry’s Bluff was a part of the Bermuda Hundred Campaign fighting. I checked my two favorite places for information on unit bibliographies. The Library of Congress turned up nothing, but the US Army Historical Education Center provides the following list of items which cover the 17th North Carolina:

    17th North Carolina Infantry Regiment

    Clark, Walter, editor. Histories of the Several Regiments and Battalions from North Carolina in the Great War, 1861-’65…. Vol. 2. Wendell, NC: Broadfoot, 1982. pp. 1-13. E573.4.C59.v2. (Unit history and roster of officers).

    Crute, Joseph H., Jr. Units of the Confederate States Army. Midlothian, VA: Derwent, 1987. p. 223. E546.C78. (Concise summary of the regiment’s service).

    Manarin, Louis H., compiler. North Carolina Troops, 1861-1865: A Roster. Vol. 6. Raleigh, NC: Office of Archives & History, 1977. pp. 118-19 & 201-04 E573.3.M3.v6. (brief history and unit roster)

    Moore, John W. Roster of North Carolina Troops in the War Between the States. Vol. 2. Raleigh, NC: Ashe & Gatling, 1882. pp. 39-71. E573.3.N87.v2. (Unit roster).

    Sifakis, Stewart. Compendium of the Confederate Armies: North Carolina. NY: Facts on File, 1992. pp. 108-10. E573.S53. (Unit organizational history).

    The following personal papers are in the Institute’s Manuscript Archive:
    Fort Warren – CWTIColl (Prisoner’s autograph book; Letters of Medical Cadet at the prison, Mar 17 & May 7, 1862; Civilian letter regarding a prisoner, 1865)


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