FRAMED ROSTER – COMPANY I, 89TH INDIANA VOLUNTEERS

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This roster is dedicated to those who served with the 89th Regiment, Indiana Volunteers, Company I. The unit was organized into service in Indianapolis, Indiana on August 28, 1862, and mustered out on July 19, 1865 in Mobile, Alabama. They nicknamed themselves the “Adams Co. Invincibles” for their valor in the Western Theater. They were present in campaigns at Ft. Bragg, Vicksburg, Memphis, and Nashville.

The top banner depicts two scenes from the Civil War time period with the nation’s eagle in the center.  To the left of the eagle is a tented, Union encampment, and the right illustrates a naval campaign complete with naval soldier manning a gun. Underneath the top banner are three columns that list enlisted men, company officers, non-commissioned officers, and musicians.  Two iconic figures sit on the sides of the columns; Lady Liberty and Lady Justice. The bottom banner has the United States colors with a scene of a soldier leaving home on the left, and to the right is the soldier’s fateful return. Laid in the center is the company’s service record.

The roster is matted and is housed in a wood frame.  The wooden frame measures 24 ½” wide and 30 ¼” long.  [MK] [PH:L]

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