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Reminiscences Of Hatcher's Run And Five Forks. By Surgeon Elias A. Kitchin. At The Front And In The Hospital. By Corporal Franklin Gilmore, Company A. Memoirs of the Pittsburgh Sister of Mercy https://www.loc.gov/resource/gdcmassbookdig.memoirsofpittsbu00sist/?sp=10&st=pdf&r=-0.383%2C-0.088%2C1.767%2C1.767%2C0&pdfPage=328 Support the show Find all …
 
Lieutenant John A Kribbs tells us about the men and boys in Company G and some very interesting stories. My Podcast - https://rebellionstories.buzzsprout.com Merch Store -https://rebellion-stories.creator-spring.com My Website - https://rebellionstories.com/ My Patreon - https://www.patreon.com/waroftherebellion My Twitter - https://twitter.com/War…
 
Grand Review In Washington. — Farewell Address of General Meade to Army of Potomac. — Return of One Hundred and Fifty-fifth to Pittsburgh. — Public Reception and Dinner. — Parade and Public Exhibition and Drill in Allegheny Parks. — Regiment Mustered Out of Service. Support the show Find all of my social links at https://rebellionstories.com/…
 
Incidents Of Flag Of Truce.-- Sergeant Shore's Reception Of Truce Bearer.-- Return Of Army To Washington.-- Fifth Corps Reviewed In Petersburg By General Warren.-- March Of Troops Through Richmond. My Paypal for donations - PayPal.Me/rebellionstories My Patreon for Patrons- https://www.patreon.com/waroftherebel... My Regimental History Podcast - ht…
 
Warren's Removal From Command Of Fifth Corps.-- Griffin Succeeds Warren.-- April 6th General Meade Resumes Control Of Fifth Corps.-- One Hundred And Fifty-Fifth Under Command Of Major Cline.-- Regiment Deployed As Skirmishers In Advance Of Brigade.-- Flag Of Truce.00 Grant's Letter To Lee Proposing Surrender.--Lee's Letter Accepting Terms.-- One Hu…
 
A Sketch Of the Early life if J. Andrew Cline and History of the Organization of the Volunteer Company called Loyal Union Guards, up to its assignment to the 155th Reg Vol. Infantry with an Appendix by Major J. A. Cline. Late Commanding Officer of 155th Pa. Vols. Support the show Find all of my social links at https://rebellionstories.com/…
 
Engagement of Lewis Farm or Quaker Road. —Gallantry of Colonel Pearson. —Burying the Dead. —Furious Attack of Confederates on Fifth Corps. —Plan of Battle of Five Forks. —Sheridan Orders Plan To Be Put Into Execution. —Brilliant Charge of Fifth Corps. —Gallantry of Major George M. Laughlin, of Griffin's Staff. Show Notes. My Paypal - PayPal.Me/rebe…
 
This is most affectionately dedicated to the men and women of the United States Armed Forces. To those who sacrificed it all on the battlefield. To those never seen or heard from again and are listed as MIA. To those who were wounded physically or had their constitutions shattered. To those who struggle with re-adjustment back into civilian life. T…
 
Regiment Goes Into Winter Quarters. — Griffin's Division on March to Left.—Engagement at Dabney's Mills. —Engagement of Second Hatcher's Run. —Lieutenant-Colonel Ewing Wounded. —Casualties. https://twitter.com/WarRebellion https://www.facebook.com/War-Of-The-Rebellion-Stories-Of-The-Civil-War-106932588738616 https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9tE7kS…
 
Weldon Railroad Raid. —Destruction of Track. —Contrabands. —Bushwhackers and Guerrillas Foraging. —Apple Jack and Peach Brandy. —Sussex Court House Burned.—Regiment Goes Into Winter Quarters. —Griffin's Division on March to Left. —Engagement at Dabney's Mills. Support the show Find all of my social links at https://rebellionstories.com/…
 
Part First.— A Sketch of the Early Life of J. A. Cline, and History of the organization of the Volunteer Company called "Loyal Union Guards," up to its assignment to the 155th Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry, with an Appendix by Major J. A. Cline. Support the show Find all of my social links at https://rebellionstories.com/…
 
Confederate General Hampton's Cavalry Raid in Rear of Union Army. — Pickets in Front of One Hundred and Fifty-fifth Attacked by Enemy. — Cavalry Reconnaissance in Direction of South Side Railroad. — Regiment Supports Cavalry on Squirrel Level Road. — Engagement at Chapman's Farm. — Battle of Peeble's Farm.—Capture of Fort McRae by Griffin's Divisio…
 
Departure of Sixty-second Pennsylvania. — Recruits of Sixty-second Pennsylvania Transferred to One Hundred and Fifty-fifth. — Warren's Headquarters at Avery House. — Accuracy of Picket Firing. — Covered Ways. — Mortar Plants. — Explosion of mine. Griffin's Division Destroys Railroad. — Impetuous Charges of Confederates upon Union Line. Repulse of E…
 
June 15th, One Hundred and Fifty-fifth assaults enemy's fortifications in front of Petersburg. — Disastrous Effect of Charge. — One Hundred and Fifty-Fifth Regiment transferred to Sweitzer's Brigade of Griffin's Division. — Official Orders of General Griffin, Congratulating One Hundred and Fifty-Fifth on Brilliant Conduct in Charge of 15th of June.…
 
Preface and Introduction To The Memory of my former comrades Who defended the glorious Union, In the War against Rebellion, Whether they fell upon the Battlefield, Or wasted away from wounds and disease in hospitals and prisons, Whether they lie buried in lonely Southern graves, Or returned home with shattered constitutions To suffer and sink into …
 
Remarkable Heroism, Tenacity, Endurance and Suffering of Union Troops. Badly Blistered Feet Caused by Scorching Roads and Wading Streams of Water. Battle of Bethesda Church. Battle of Cold Harbor. June 2d, Fifth Corps Attacked by Early's Confederates. One Hundred and Fifty-fifth and Fifth Corps Take Position to Protect Army' While Crossing James Ri…
 
Ayres' Brigade at Spottsylvania. —Fifth Corps Occupies Extreme Right Of Army.—Hancock's Corps Storms "Bloody Angle."—Captures Four Thousand Prisoners. —Night of May 13th Flanking Movement to Left. — Severity of Engagement at Spottsylvania. —Fifth Corps Crosses North Anna River at Jericho Ford. —One Hundred and Fifty-fifth and Ayres' Brigade Repulse…
 
Night March Of Union Army To Spottsylvania Court House. Frank Movements led by Sheridan's Cavary. Encounters Enemy in Force at Alsop's Farm late in Morning. Severe Engagement Ensues. General Sedgewick Killed by Confederate Sharpshooter. Generals Warren and Griffin Both Active in Directing troops to Points Of Attack. Spirited Attack Of Ayres' Brigad…
 
Woods on Fire. —Many Dead and Wounded Left Between Lines Cremated. —Regiment on Skirmish Line During Night.—Overpowered by Enemy's Solid Battle Line. —Regiment Falls Back and is Fired Upon.—Heated Colloquy of Colonel Pearson with General Ayres. —Colonel Pearson Placed Under Arrest.—Many Wounded Become Prisoners. —Casualties. Support the show Find a…
 
Description of Wilderness. —One Hundred and Fifty-fifth and Ayres' Brigade Open Battle.—One Hundred and Fortieth New York Volunteers Suffers Terrible Punishment. —Battle Ground Not Adapted for Artillery. —Captain George M. Laughlin Commands One Hundred and Fifty-fifth's Skirmish Line. —Ayres' Brigade Attacks with Tremendous Energy. —Battle Rages wi…
 
Regiment Complimented for Proficiency Tactics by General Garrard. —Description of Zouave Uniform.—Religious Exercises in Camp.—Drowning of Captain Joseph B. Sackett, Commanding Company E.— Impressive Military Funeral. —Regiment Transferred to First Brigade. First Division, Fifth Corps. —Major-General Gouveneur K. Warren Succeeds General Sykes as Co…
 
Winter Quarters at Warrenton Junction. —Incidents of Mine Run Campaign. — Colonel Edwin M. Gregory, of Ninety'-first Pennsylvania, Becomes Commander OF Brigade. —New Year's Day, 1864. in Camp.—One Hundred and Fifty-fifth Receives Zouave Uniform. —Lieutenant-Colonel Pearson Assumes Command of Regiment. Support the show Find all of my social links at…
 
Confederate Army Retreats Across Potomac. —Regulars Sent to New York.—Execution of Five Deserters.—Army of Potomac and Confederate Army Maneuver for Position. —Union Army Moves Toward Orange Court House. —Preparations for Battle.—Union Army Withdraws. Support the show Find all of my social links at https://rebellionstories.com/…
 
Regiment of New York State Militia Arrives at Gettysburg. —Many of One Hundred and Fifty-fifth Went Into Battle Barefooted.—Feet Swollen and Blistered Unable to Wear Shoes. —Colonel Allen With His Regiment on Little Round Top. —Field Hospitals Located Near Firing Line. —Casualties. Support the show Find all of my social links at https://rebellionst…
 
—Instructions from General Halleck to General Meade. —Union Army's Position at Gettysburg Defensive. —Congress Votes Thanks of Nation to General Meade. —Brilliant Charge of General Farnsworth's Brigade of Cavalry. Black Confederates??? https://youtu.be/s_zDHH7zKFI Support the show Find all of my social links at https://rebellionstories.com/…
 
We're back to our study of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics this episode! This time we're looking at some defining features of a Socialist Society as determined by Marx and Engels. We then take explore how various socialist leaders including Lenin, Stalin, Mao, and Deng constructing these features while considering differences in their societ…
 
Pastimes Indulged in by Troops During Lulls in Battle on 3d and 3d of July.—Many of Regiment Visit Devil's Den. —Confederate Sharpshooters Captured.—Cold Rain Sets in on Night of 3d.—-Discomfort of Troops. — Burial of Dead and Removal of Wounded. —Confederate Army Retreats ON 5th of July.—Sixth Army Corps Under General Sedgwick Leads Advance In Pur…
 
Weed's Brigade Occupies Little Round Top. —Desperate Fighting on Little Round Top. —Enemy Repulsed by Weed's Brigade. —Perfect Range of Enemy's Sharpshooters.—Bucktails' and Berdan's Sharpshooters. —Scores of Dead Confederate Sharpshooters Found in Rocks and Crevices of Devil's Den After the Battle. —Tremendous Artillery Fire Against Little Round T…
 
I just couldn't help myself... I know we're supposed to be continuing our study of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics, but with shit poppin' off between the Canadian Government and the so-called "Trucker" Convoy, I had to make this episode a deep dive. I mean a DEEEEEP dive, this is a whopper of a 2.5 hour episode covering both the history of t…
 
Thursday, July 2, 1863, Near Gettysburg. —Fifth Corps Rests .\ Few Hours in Position on Battlefield. —Toward Noon on Reserve Near Center OF Army. —General Meade's Order Read to Army. —Sykes' Corps Changes Position to Power's Hill.—Troops Rest and Sleep. —Amusement Indulgedin Just Previous to the Great Battle. Also, a surprise for all of my listener…
 
We're back! After an extended break, I've finally recorded another episode. We're taking a short break from our study of Socialism with Chinese Characteristics and discussing a couple current events: 1. Rising Tension on the Russia/Ukraine Border 2. The Trucker Protests in Canada and their reactionary roots Next week we'll continue our deep dive in…
 
Fifth Corps Resumes Forced Marching. —Physical Exhaustion of Men.—Hanging of "Spy" Richardson. —General Meade Succeeds General Hooker in Command of Army of Potomac. —General George Sykes Commands Fifth Army Corps. — General Ayres Succeeds to Command of Sykes' Division. —General Weed Commands Third Brigade. — Sykes' Division on Pennsylvania Soil.—Re…
 
Troops Regain Their Old Camps.—Expiration of Term of Service of Nine-months' Regiments.—One Hundred and Fifty-fifth and Ninetyfirst Pennsylvania Volunteers Assigned to Third Brigade, Sykes' Second Division, Fifth Army Corps. —Camp Humphreys Abandoned. —Colonel E. J. Allen Returns to Regiment.—Army of Potomac Breaks Camp and Marches in Direction of …
 
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