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  • Valentine, Herbert E. (1862-04-28)
    At this time I was on the steamer Vidette serving as Commissary. Shortly after dinner a party of us left the vessel, then lying in the Neuse river near New Berne N.C., for a visit to the battle ground some 6 or 7 miles ...
  • Valentine, Herbert E. (1862-12-13)
    Kinston N.C. Dec. 13th or 14th 1862. I well remember the taking of these men. The 23rd Mass. was halted near one side of a large field close by a wall that ran down the slope at right angles to another wall which made ...
  • Valentine, Herbert E. (1861)
    "Have now a most beautiful spot for an encampment. It is just on the margin of a fine piece of woodland, the tall pines affording us a shelter from the cold winds and storms. Our ten kitchens (log cabins put up by our men ...
  • Valentine, Herbert E.
    Sunday June 7 in the afternoon I went with a friend from the 45th Mass. Vols., to the camp of the 1st No. Car. Regiment. (Colored.) We approached the main entrance. The Lieut. Of the guard was trying to "fall in" ...
  • Valentine, Herbert E. (2011-06-03)
    Watercolor painting of Fort Macon, NC 1863
  • Valentine, Herbert E. (1900)
  • Valentine, Herbert E. (1864-05)
    May 12 1864. It has been a stormy day with thunder and lightning. Adj. Sherman 23rd Mass. Came in about 5 o�۪clock and reported that our forces had formed [sic.] him of battle about 7 miles out, our brigade having the ...
  • Valentine, Herbert E.
    I remember an incident which occurred while the Burnside fleet in port was lying between the Fortress and the Rip Raps at Hampton Roads in January 1862. It greatly amused the few who saw it. I was on the "Vidette" and near ...
  • Valentine, Herbert E.
    When we sailed from Beaufort Harbor N.C. for South Carolina, I was on the Str. "United States," which was Genl. C. A. Heckman�۪s flagship. It was very rough as we went over the bar. A small boat was towed behind us in which ...
  • Valentine, Herbert E. (1862)
    On the steamer "Vidette" at the time I was her Commissary was a North Carolinian named "White" who served as Pilot for the Sounds and rivers of No. Carolina. In April 1862 he became possessed with a desire to see his family ...
  • Valentine, Herbert E.
    With two or three companions, I left the Str. "Vidette" at 9A.M. for a run through the Island. We obtained a pass at Head Quarters, and took our course through the woods intending to visit the camps of the 23rd and 24th ...
  • Valentine, Herbert E.
    On the 13th of July the 23rd Mass. Vols. With other troops under command of Brig. Gen. C. A. Heckman took cars to Newport Barracks and thence marched to Cedar Point on the White Oak River opposite Swansboro N.C. From ...
  • Valentine, Herbert E. (1862-12)
    Dec. 1862 When we returned from the Goldsboro Expedition, we bivouacked the last night out at Deep Gully. The wagon-train was to keep on to New Berne and some of the Co. F boys aided by a friendly officer preempted one ...
  • Valentine, Herbert E. (1861-11-01)
    Salem Gazette ��� Nov. 1 1861. "On Saturday afternoon the Drill-club were presented each with a copy of the New Testament and Psalms, the Co. being massed about the Captain�۪s tent to receive the gift, which appeared ...
  • Valentine, Herbert E. (1891-08)
    When I enlisted in 1861 I exchanged testaments with my friend David B. Pillsbury. We purchased them in 1858 and they were just alike. In the one I carried to war was his address viz.-- David B Pillsbury 310 Essex St. ...
  • Valentine, Herbert E. (1864)
    Excerpt from Herbert E. Valentine's Diary "A Trip Across Hampton Roads."
  • Valentine, Herbert E.