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Three Oswego County Brothers in the Civil War and After:
A Review of the Scriber Family and the
24th, 110th, and 184th NYSV Infantries

By Kent Scriber
Updated May 2013

The following chapters are only available in PDF format. (If you cannot open these please write to us and ask for hard copies.) These are large files ranging in size from 300kB to 5MB.

Chapter Number Chapter Name Page
Chapter 1 Introduction 7
Chapter 2 Early Background 13
Chapter 3 Oswego County Answering the Call 19
Chapter 4 On to Second Manassas 31
Chapter 5 The Antietam Campaign 47
Chapter 6 Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville 59
Chapter 7 The Youngest Brother and the 110th 65
Chapter 8 From the First Oswego County Regiment to the Last, the 184th NYSV Infantry 71
Chapter 9 After the War 81
Appendix I (Relevant Photographs, Maps, Letters, Pension Documents, Newspaper Clips, etc.) 109
Appendix II Relevant Pictures 167
References   185

 

New York State Division of Military and Naval Affairs: Military History
Last modified: May 29, 2013
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