Charles Blair Mayne has written: 'Infantry fire tactics for the Canadian Militia' -- subject(s): Infantry drill
Officer of the militia. has written: 'The soldier's monitor' -- subject(s): Drill and tactics, United States, United States. Army. Infantry
Cromwell Stacey has written: 'Company training (infantry)' -- subject(s): Militia, Handbooks, manuals
W.N.O Swarthout has written: 'History second regiment infantry national guard' -- subject(s): Accessible book, Montana. National Guard. Infantry, 2nd, Montana, Militia
G. A. Raikes has written: 'Historical Records Of The First Regiment Of Militia Or Third West York Light Infantry'
That African Americans be accepted into the Union military Allowed African-Americans to participate as war laborers and soldiers
While not entirely accurate, this approximates the way the battle of Gettysburg began. Gettysburg was selected as a location for the fight by Robert E Lee because of the excellent road network there. Lee's soldiers had raided many of the nearby towns and hoped to force Gettysburg to give them a warehouse full of shoes and boots. They were surprised by the presence of a Union cavalry company when they had only expected a few untrained militia. They did not know that nearly 100,000 Union soldiers were within one day of arriving at the scene.
On September 6, 1781, Maj. Hezekiah Williams and his Loyalist force attacked a body of Patriot militia. The militia was patrolling on Turkey Creek(at Edgefield County, South Carolina). After killing or wounding 10 Patriots, the rest of the militia quickly scattered.
James Grant Gilchrist has written: 'A manual for infantry officers of the national guard ..' -- subject- s -: Officers' handbooks, Militia
He held the rank of Colonel in the Tennesse Militia, but historians do not record the nature of his service, or if he ever experienced combat.
William Duff Telfer has written: 'A reminiscence of the first battle of Manassas' -- subject(s): Bull Run, 1st Battle of, Va., 1861, Campaigns, Poetry, History, New York infantry. 71st regt. (Militia) 1852-, New York Infantry, New York (State). Militia, New York (State), United States Civil War, 1861-1865
Major Walter Taylor tells General Lee that General Hill discounts reports of a Union cavalry in Gettysburg. Major Taylor also tells Lee that General Hill thinks there is only a militia in Gettysburg.
Militia is civil soldiers. militia helps army when required.
because they wanted shoes that general Heth entered Gettysburg, and a conflict started when a sherrif spotted them and called the state militia. The Confederate soldiers meant no harm at first, except that the were originally just going into the town to raid a warehouse for shoes.
The synonym for "militia" is "army".
At its peak, the Continental Army consisted of 35,000 Army Regulars backed up by a Militia force of 44,500 and a Naval force of 55,000 Sailors, Naval Infantry and Marines.
A body of citizen soilders is called a militia! A body of citizen soilders is called a militia!
No. The Illinois Militia is a private organization. The ING is a state militia, but is in no way associated with the "Illinois Militia."
Militia is a noun.
Beats Militia are from London, England
The meaning of the number has no particular significance. Permission to form a militia regiment was granted by the US War Department to the Governor of a state. I suppose the "54" was the next available number.
The Poolesville Militia is currently commanded by Daniel Kator, formerly Colonel but now Commander of the Militia because of a reorginization of the militia rank structure. www.pvillemilitia.bravehost.com will give you more information about the Poolesville Militia.
The militia was called into service to repel the attacking army. The Minutemen were the early militia for the colonists.
As of 2014, the militia is still referred to as the "militia." It is used to describe a group of citizen soldiers.