6th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, 1863-1864

Chartrand, Rene
June 2008
Military Collector & Historian;Summer2008, Vol. 60 Issue 2, p132
The article offers information on the 6th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Regiment which was raised in Madison, Wisconsin, during the Civil war in July 1861. It took part in the Battles of Cedar Mountain and Groveton on August 29, 1862 where John Moy, 6th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry, was wounded. The 6th Wisconsin fought at Antietam in September 1862. The 6th Wisconsin initially had a gray uniform trimmed with black, which was replaced with blue clothing in September 1861.


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