29TH MASSACHUSETTS VOLUNTEERS MUSTER ROLL, 10/31/62 - 12/31/62

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Item Code: 846-266

Pre-printed, columned government form, 10.625 x 21.25. Exhibits fold-marks and chipping at right margin, w/ one small stain.   Else VG.

Record of Events—November 17. 62. The Regiment arrived at Falmouth Va. November 29.62.  The Regiment was transferred from the 2nd Corps de Armie and assigned to the 9th Corps de Armie. Burns. [ides] Division by Special order No. 17, Head quarters Right Grand Division dated Nov. 29. Dec 13 Battle of Fredericksburg. The Regiment was present but not actively engaged.”

The 29th Massachusetts was mustered at Newport News, VA, in November 1861. It served primarily with the 9th Army Corps, and was present and/or engaged in numerous battles, including The Seven Days Battles before Richmond, Antietam, the Siege of Vicksburg,  Fort Stedman, Siege  and occupation of  Petersburg. [This particular muster roll, under Colonel Ebenezer W. Peirce,  covers the three month period including the December 1862 Battle of Fredericksburg].  During service this unit lost 57 men killed and mortally wounded and 99 by disease for a total of 156.

Solid 29th Massachusetts regimental collectible. In protective sleeve.  [JP] [PH:L]

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