The Battle of Honey Hill, S.C.
November 30, 1864
Copyright 1997, 1998 by Gary W. Myers. All rights reserved.

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Written Accounts ofthe Battle
Several historical accounts of the battle, plus field reports published in the OfficialRecords by commanders including John G. Foster, John P. Hatch, Edward E. Potter andGustavus W. Smith.

Orders of Battle
Includes listing ofall units plus links to the 56th NY, 127th NY, 144th New York, 157th NY, 25th Ohio, 35th U.S.C.T.,54th Massachusetts, 55th Massachusetts, 26th U.S.C.T., 102d U.S.C.T., 3d NY Artillery, 3dRI Artillery, 4th Mass. Cavalry and 32d Georgia.

Personal Accounts of the Battle
Capt. Luther B. Mesnard Diary (Company B, 25th Ohio Volunteer Infantry
John Jenkins Papers (SC 3rd Cavalry) Part 1
John Jenkins Papers (SC 3rd Cavalry) Part 2
John Jenkins Papers (SC 3rd Cavalry) Part 3

Summary Description of the Battle
A brief narrativeaccount with photographs and links.

Complete Listing of Union Casualties
A detailed listing as originally published in the December 8, 1864 Palmetto Herald.

Maps and Diagrams
Various old and newmaps of the battle and surrounding area.

Lots of colorphotos taken along the route of the federal forces, plus several near the battle site,along with photos of some of the commanders and the exhibit at the Parris Island museum.

Links to Related Web Sites
Links of interestto other Civil War-related web sites

Nearby Locations to Visit
A listing and description of more than a dozen locations near Honey Hill of Civil War-erahistorical and military significance.

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