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Keyes, quartermaster. In the march through South Nike Air Force 1 Black And Blue
Carolina Lieutenant Colonel Kennedy, of the Thirteenth, led seventy five men over the Broad River on the 17th of February, took possession of Columbia and hoisted Men Air Force 1
time, and these were for the most part taken prisoners. The remainder of the regiment fought to the close of the battle. The losses were one hundred and forty nine men, among whom were Major Walker killed, and Lieutenants Hunter, Huff and Hawkins wounded. In the battle of the 28th the Thirteenth fought with great bravery. Its losses in the campaign, up to the occupation of Atlanta, in killed, wounded and prisoners, were three hundred and thirty one. Captain Marshall, of Company H, was promoted to major in place of Walker, killed. In November, Colonel Shane, Adjutant Rood and Quartermaster Kennedy were mustered out at the expiration of their terms of service. The regiment shared in the marches and battles of the campaign, reaching Pocotalio, South Carolina, on the 15th Flyknit Air Force 1 Womens
of January, 1865. While her J. C. Wilson was promoted to colonel; Captain J. C. Kennedy, lieutenant colonel; A. C. Meyers, adjutant; and N. C.
the Stars and Stripes over the State House. On the 20th of March the army reached Bentonsville, where the Thirteenth fought its last battle. On the 19th of May, Alexandria, Virginia, was reached, where the regiment remained until the grand review at the National Capitol. On the 28th and 29th of July the officers and men were again in Iowa, at Davenport, where the regiment was disbanded. The organization of this regiment was somewhat peculiar, for, as a matter of fact, the original Companies A, B, and C never served with the regiment and were never under command of its colonel. These companies were, by order of the War Department, transferred to, and madea battalion of the Forty first Iowa Infantry. They were sent to Fort Randall in Dakota Territory, and finally became a part of one of the cavalry regiments. During the first year of its existence the Fourteenth Regiment had but seven companies, D to K. These were largely recruited in the counties of Henry, Lee, Van Buren, Des Moines, Dubuque, Johnson, Jones, Linn, Iowa and Jasper. These companies assembled at Davenport, where the regiment was organized on the 6th of November, 1861, with the following officers: W. T. Shaw, colonel; E. W. Lucas, lieutenant colonel; Hiram Leonard, major; N.
H. Tyner, adjutant; C. C. Buel, quartermaster; G. M. Staples, surgeon; S. A. Benton, chaplain. Toward the last of November Air Force Flyknit Black the regiment was sent to St. Louis and went into a camp of instruction. The men here suffered greatly from sickness and many died of pneumonia and measles. Early in February the regiment was ordered to join General Grant's army, then about to move against Fort Donelson. In the battle it was in Lauman's Brigade, which was one of the first to enter the Confederate works. The loss in this first engagement was three killed and twenty one wounded. On the 18th of March the Thirteenth went with the army to Pittsburg Landing, where it was assigned to Gene.
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