Company E 1st Regiment Infantry of Massachusetts MVM (New Bedford, Mass.) records
Scope and Contents
Minutes of the regular monthly meetings of the regiment, which took place at the armory. Pages are numbered. There is no index.
Language of Materials
Materials entirely in English.
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No restrictions. Public domain.
Biographical / Historical
First Massachusetts Regiment Company E was a voluntary reserve military unit based in New Bedford. One of the events they participated in was a state wide marksmanship contest, for which they sponsored a rifle team. They also competed in drills and marches. The regiment maintained an armory and a rifle range. They met monthly at the New Bedford Armory on Purchase Street and often participated in activities with the G.A.R. In September of 1887 the company traveled to Philadelphia to participate in the Centennial Celebration of the drafting of the Constitution. The main event of the celebration was a national military parade and drill competition in Philadelphia, which was attended by President Grover Cleveland.
1 Volumes (165 pages) ; 13 7/16 x 8 ½ x 1”
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Purchase from David R. Nelson Booksellers, accession # 04-16.
13 7/16 x 8 ½ x 1"
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