Links to helpful sites:  Welcome to the Hardtack Regiment Web site. This page has been established to serve as a link between people who are interested in the Civil War history of the 154th New York Volunteer Infantry, particularly those who are descended from members of the regiment, and me--the historian of the 154th, Mark H. Dunkelman.  

I want to thank Mark Dunkelman for all the help, inspiration and advice he has offered throughout, making my project....the 112thNYVI website, a success.  Johns Military History Page contains a link to the Civil War Virtural Battlefield Tours, this link takes you to the battle sites the Coe and Rhodes boys fought in. Cold Harbor, Ft. Fisher, Ft's. Harrison and Gilmer, and the first day 11th Corps fight in Gettysburg. The places I listed are where the Coe Rhodes boys were either killed or wounded. The Regiments fought in many other battles the site will take you to; so don't stop with just the ones I have mentioned.   Fenton History Center - Our Mission: To provide educational and cultural opportunities for the residents of Chautauqua County and its visitors through the collection, preservation and exhibition of artifacts and archival materials pertaining to Jamestown and Chautauqua County, New York.  The Chautauqua County Historical Society leases the property from the Village and has operated the McClurg Mansion as a museum and library since 1951. The 2000-volume holdings include Clayburne Sampson papers, Elial Foote papers, Gerald Todd papers, Civil War Muster Rolls by township, diaries, school records, cemetery transcriptions, county maps, 1855 census (indexed), photographs, and miscellaneous files of county and family histories. Luncheons, walking tours, lectures and meetings are all part of the excitement that surrounds the Chautauqua County Historical Society's calendar of events.  Once you enter this site, you will find the Revolver Gallery, click on that page and it brings you to many Civil War revolvers and lots of interesting reading.  The wreck of the Maple Leaf is unsurpassed as a source for Civil War material culture.  The site combines one of the largest ships sunk during the war, carrying all the worldly goods of more than a thousand soldiers, with a river bottom environment that perfectly preserved the ship and cargo.  It is the most important repository of Civil War artifacts ever found and probably will remain so.  Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War  Preserving the memory of the Grand Army of the Republic and our ancestors who fought to preserve the Union 1861-1865.  Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States  Civil War History and related links from SUVCW - MOLLUS  The Civil War letters of Lt. William Hoyt detail his journey through the war with the 112th New York.  The Civil War Diary of Lt. William Hoyt details his daily life with the 112th NY Regiment.


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