Type of Document Master's Thesis Author Fields, Frank E. URN etd-02092007-102010 Title The 28th Virginia Infantry Regiment, C.S.A. Degree Master of Arts Department History Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title Robertson, James I. Jr. Committee Chair Miller, J. Donald Committee Member Williamson, Gustavus G. Committee Member Keywords
- Confederate Army
Date of Defense 1984-05-05 Availability restricted Abstract
In the Spring of 1861, men from Roanoke, Botetourt, Craig and Bedford Counties enlisted in Confederate service and became members of the 28th Virginia Infantry Regiment. Their story is an integral part of the history of Lee's Army of Northern Virginia.
This is a social-military study which documents the war-time carrers of the men in the 28th Virginia. Letters, diaries, personal accounts and other primary sources were utilized in addition to various secondary sources. An examination of letters and diaries written by soldiers in the 28th Virginia is vital for one to understand Civil War army life.
The 28th Virginia participated in most of the major eastern campaigns. As a part of Longstreet's corps, Pickett's division, they fought at 1st and 2nd Manassas, Seven Day's battles, Sharpsburg, Gettysburg, Seige of Richmond and Petersburg and the retreat to Appomattox.
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