The Resource They died at Centreville : a study of Union soldiers who died and/or were buried in Centreville, Virginia during the Civil War

They died at Centreville : a study of Union soldiers who died and/or were buried in Centreville, Virginia during the Civil War

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They died at Centreville : a study of Union soldiers who died and/or were buried in Centreville, Virginia during the Civil War
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They died at Centreville
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a study of Union soldiers who died and/or were buried in Centreville, Virginia during the Civil War
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eng
Summary
"They Died at Centreville: A Study of Union Soldiers Who Died and/or Were Buried in Centreville, Virginia During the Civil War," compiled in August 2004 by Charles H. Gailey III, Patricia H. Gallagher, and Edgar R. Hon. The study was conducted under the auspices of the Fairfax County Park Authority, Office of Archaeological Services. Includes information on the origin of the study, methodology, genealogical information, narratives, and lists of Union units at Centreville, and deaths there, as well as at Blackburn's Ford. There is also a bibliography of sources consulted, and individal soldier data sheets
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They died at Centreville : a study of Union soldiers who died and/or were buried in Centreville, Virginia during the Civil War
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  • The Library of Virginia
Extent
129
Immediate source of acquisition
Hon, Edgar R.
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001527761
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Photocopies.
Type of unit
leaves.

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