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[CIVIL WAR]. Five partly-printed documents for the 102nd New York Regiment, Companies D, E and F, dated between May 15 and September 30, 1864. The forms list inventories and expenditures of ammunition and weapons used during the Atlanta Campaign.

Inventory #12510       Price: $400

[May 15] ABSTRACT OF MATERIALS, &c. expended or consumed in Company F…

In action atResaca[,]500 Elongated Ball Cartridges

[July 16] Invoice of Ordnance and Ordinance Stores, turned over by… Co.E…

40 Springfield rifled muskets Cal. 58 complete

2 Ball screws… 1310 rounds of cartridges Cal 574…

[July 20] ABSTRACT OF MATERIALS, &c. expended or consumed in Company D…

In action at Near Atlanta Ga[,] 400 Elongated Ball Cartridges, caliber 58…

[Sept. 30] ABSTRACT OF MATERIALS, &c. expended or consumed in Company E…

in Packet[,] 440 Elongated Ball Cartridges.

[Sept. 30] QUARTERLY RETURN OF ORDNANCE AND ORDNANCE STORES…Co. E, 102 Regiment…

Historical Background

The 102nd New York Regiment was part of the 3rd Brigade, 20th Army Corps, Army of the Cumberland, which participated in the General William T. Sherman’s Atlanta campaign.  The Army of the Cumberland began the campaign in early May 1864, and units of the 20th Corps entered Atlanta for the first time on September 2.  In mid-November, the 20th Corps became part of the “Left Wing” in Sherman’s “March to the Sea.”


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