Company D, 7th Regiment, Maryland Volunteers

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Soldiers Memorial. A Memorial Register of the 7th Regiment Maryland Volunteers, Company D, 1863. Chromolithographic broadside. Gift of Russell E. Marks Jr., Class of 1954. Graphic Arts Collection broadsides, in process.

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“This [company] was organized and mustered into the U.S. Service for the term of three years at Baltimore, Md., Aug. 26, 1862, for the 7th Regt. Md. Volunteers. The Regt. joined the Army of the Potomac Sept. 19, 1862, but were [sic] soon after detached from it to guard the fords of the Upper Potomac, where it remained until ordered to Md. Heights.”

“The Co. and Regt. remained in this vicinity doing duty during the months of Jan., Feb., March and April, 1862. They rejoined the Army of the Potomac at Frederick City, Md., July 1, 1963, in which Army they have since remained, participating in all its battles and marches under Generals Grant and Meade.”

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See also:
T. Stephen Whitman. Antietam 1862 Gateway to Emancipation. Santa Barbara, Calif.: Praeger, 2012. Firestone Library (F) In the Pre-Order Process

George Brinton McClellan (1826-1885). Report of Major-General George B. McClellan, upon the organization of the Army of the Potomac, and its campaigns in Virginia and Maryland, from July 26, 1861, to November 7, 1862. Boston: Published at the office of the Boston Courier, 1864. Rare Books: John Shaw Pierson Civil War Collection (W) W49.734.6.13