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Indiana Civil War Veterans, Transcription of the Death Rolls 1882-1948 (2005)


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     WELCOME TO PRO-SPIN BOOKS                      On sale is :Indiana Civil War Veterans, Transcription of the Death Rolls of the Department of Indiana Grand Army of the Republic, 1882-1948
By Dennis Northcott
Paperback 11" by 9" with 400 Pages
Publisher: Dennis Northcott; 2005,1st edition
Language: English
ISBN-10: 0972834419
The Civil War ranks among the most significant events in American history—impacting the lives and families of so many individuals and the communities in which they lived. The records of veterans' organizations and military reunion groups, often overlooked by researchers, can provide extremely valuable data for genealogists and historians regarding the Civil War. The Grand Army of the Republic is one such organization, and the records of its posts and departments are rich treasure troves of information. This work, Dennis Northcott's latest,  provides one with information from the death rolls of the GAR's Department of Indiana. This carefully abstracted work, providing one with service data, age, and death date when available, as well as GAR post and journal citation for each Union veteran listed, is a must for Civil War researchers. The main text is appropriately complemented with six appendices including one with significant biographical data for select individuals. As veterans often retired to states other than those from which they served, one can find numerous individuals who served in Ohio, Pennsylvania, and other eastern states units in this well-done work. Northcott's Indiana Civil War Veterans is a must-have compilation for libraries, archives, genealogists, historians, and those who are students of this epic war. To compile these death rolls, the department requested each of the local chapters, known as "posts," to submit a death roll of its members. Compliance with this request varied from post to post and year to year; some posts submitted incomplete rolls or none at all. The department death rolls published in the Journal usually contain the comrade’s name, rank, company, regiment or ship, age, date of death, and the number of the post to which he belonged. This transcription of the Department of Indiana death rolls was compiled primarily from Journals in the holdings of the University of Illinois Library (Urbana) and the Library of Congress, and contains records of more than 22,000 comrades, who served in Civil War units from thirty-one states. (A statistical summary of the states from which these comrades served appears in Appendix E.)Ex-library copy with usual marks, cover has some wear, the inside pages are clean, tight & unmarked.If you like GENEALOGY BOOKS be sure to look at my " GENEALOGY / FAMILY HISTORY" Category in my eBay store.          I ship to United States only.Shipping IS FREE!SAME or NEXT DAY SHIPPING.ATTENTION PLEASE READ:This is a PAYPAL ONLY auction. NO OTHER PAYMENT METHODS ARE ACCEPTED.Payment must be made within 2 days of auction end.       Customer Service & Satisfaction is our     First  Priority at PRO-SPIN BOOKS.                                                    We have been a FIVE ***** STAR Seller since 1995.                        Compare our Feedback.    We offer a 100% Money Back GUARANTEE                        With HASSLE FREE returns.    All of our books are stored in a Smoke-Free home. 

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