Militias

How many men were in Abraham Lincoln's militia group in 1832?

123

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2013-09-27 19:52:33
2013-09-27 19:52:33

The Illinois militia group that Abraham Lincoln was part of in 1832 had about 300 men in it, including Abraham Lincoln.

001
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
๐ŸŽƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
User Avatar

Related Questions


He served from April 21, 1832 until July 10, 1832.


He served in the militia during the Black Hawk War in 1832. He did not see any action.


Lincoln was a member of the Illinois state militia for three months in 1832, he led a militia contingent in the Black Hawk War, but did not fight in a battle.


Abraham Lissauer was born in 1832.


Abraham Lincoln volunteered in the Illinois Militia and was elected Captain during the Black Hawk War. He never saw combat and served only around three months, from April 21, 1832 until July 10, 1832.


Abraham Cohn was born on 1832-06-17.


John Wilkes Booth killed Abraham Lincoln.


Abraham Jefferson Seay was born on 1832-11-28.


Evariste Galois lived from 1811 till 1832. He died in a duel in Mary of 1832. He did not study mathematics at all until 1827 and appears to have concentrated on group theory in 1832.


Abraham Lincoln served in the Illinois militia during the "Black Hawk" war between April 21, 1832--July 10, 1832. He did not see any combat though he help bury the dead militiamen in two of the battles. During his time in the militia, he was elected captain and ended his service as a private. After the service he joined Captain Jacob Early who headed an independent spy company. He was able to forge long time political friends while in the spy company.


Abraham Lincoln's first election was in August 1832. He ran for a seat on the Illinois General Assembly but lost.


Abraham Lincoln ran for his first public office in 1832. He lost an election to the Illinois State legislature.


For about 30 days in 1832. From, Bryan Hollick age: 14 Raleigh,NC


Abraham Lincoln moved to New Salem, Illinois when he was 21, in 1832, and remained in Illinois until he was inaugurated President, in 1861. Approximately 29 years.


The summer of 1832 was when Lincoln had his only military service. The occasion was the brief Blackhawk War.


Yes, he joined the IL militia for the Black Hawk War in 1832. He was elected Captain of the volunteers, but saw no Military action during approximately 3 months of service.


Lincoln was a volunteer of the Illinois state militia for about 50 days, beginning April 21, 1832 when he was 23. He served during the Black Hawk War, but did not fight in a battle. During this war, Abraham Lincoln served for three enlistments. At first he served as the elected company captain in the 4th Regiment of Mounted Volunteers (of Gen. Samuel Whitside's Brigade). After his first enlistment was up, he became a private in Captain Elijah Ises' Company of the Twenty-Day Interim Regiment. In his third enlistment he was a private in Captain Jacob M. Early's "Spy Company."LIncoln joked that he only blood he gave to the service of his country was to mosquitoes.(The story goes that while enlisted Lincoln had his horse stolen and he and his friend George Harrison walked and canoed several hundreds of miles back to New Salem. This is still being debated. )Lincoln was a member of the Illinois state militia for three months in 1832, he led a militia contingent in the Black Hawk War, but did not fight in a battle.


The initial work on Group Theory was carried out by Evariste Galois, but sadly heis work was not accepted by mathematicians of the time and was published only after his death (1832).


1832. It lasted from May 14, 1832 to August 2, 1832.


If born in 1832, then in 1903 you would celebrate your 1903 - 1832 = 71st birthday.


1832 x 7713 = 14130216


Eighteen thirty two this is how 1832 is spelled.


Which one ? - There were many Charters of 1832.


56 Delegates attended the Convention of 1832. 56 Delegates attended the Convention of 1832.


There was no British 1832 Farthing minted.



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.