20th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment: Formation, Battles, and Casualties

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20th Maine Volunteer Infantry Regiment

Muster In: August 29, 1862
Muster Out: July 16, 1865
Length of Service: Three Years

Engagements

  • Antietam, MD - September 17, 1862

  • Shepherdstown Ford, VA - September 19 - 20, 1862 (Antietam Campaign)

  • Fredericksburg, VA - December 13, 1862

  • Chancellorsville, VA - May 1 - 4, 1863

  • Middleburg, VA - June 17, 1863 (Gettysburg Campaign)

  • Gettysburg, PA - July 1 - 3, 1863 (Gettysburg Campaign)

  • Sharpsburg Pike, MD - (Gettysburg Campaign)

  • Rappahannock Station, VA - November 7, 1863 (Bristoe Campaign)

  • Mine Run, VA - November 26 - December 1, 1863

  • Wilderness, VA - May 5 - 7, 1864

  • Spotsylvania, VA - May 7 - 20, 1864

  • North Anna, VA - May 23 - 27, 1864

  • Totopotomy, VA - May 26, - 30, 1864

  • Bethesda Church, VA - May 30 - June 1, 1864

  • Cold Harbor, VA - May 31 - June 12, 1864

  • Siege of Petersburg, VA - June 1864

  • Jerusalem Plank Road, VA - June 22 - 23, 1864 (Petersburg Campaign)

  • Weldon Railroad, VA - August 18 - 21, 1864 (Petersburg Campaign)

  • Peebles Farm, VA - September 30 - October 2, 1864 (Petersburg Campaign)

  • Hatchers Run, VA - December 8 - 9, 1864 (Petersburg Campaign)

  • Quaker Road, VA - March 29, 1865 (Appomattox Campaign)

  • Gravelly Run, VA - March 29, 1865 (Appomattox Campaign)

  • Five Forks, VA - March 30 - April 1, 1865 (Appomattox Campaign)

  • Appomattox, VA - March 29 - April 9, 1865

    Casualties

    1,621 Enrollment
    147 killed or died of wounds
    381 wounded
    146 died of disease
    15 in Confederate Prisons

Source: Maine State Archives

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