FIRST REGIMENT VIRGINIA INFANTRY.
Political and Social Condition of the People of the Pan-handle Counties of Virginia.
Enrollment of Volunteers for the Three Months' Service
Organization of the Three Months' Regiment
Departure for the Seat of War and "Battle" of Philippi
Other Operations - End of Term of Enlistment - Muster Out of Regiment - Result of the Campaign
Recruiting for the Three Years' Regiment - Organization and Departure for the Field
Operations in General - Arrival of the Regiment at Romney - The Ration, Forage, etc.
Affair at Blue's Gap - Retreat from Romney - Death of General Lander, etc.
Shield's Division - Advance to the Shenandoah Valley
Advance up the Valley - Description of it - Withdrawal from Strasburg to Winchester
Battle of Kearnstown
Pursuit of the Enemy - Advance up the Valley - Hostility of the People -
Arrival in the Luray Valley, etc.
General Operations - Skirmishing on the Shenandoah - March down the Luray Valley and through
the Blue Ridge - Catlett's Station - Arrival opposite Fredericksburg - Visit of the President
Return to the Luray Valley - Forced March
Battle of Port Repuiblic - Retreat of the Two Brigades - In Camp at Cloud's Mills
Camp at Cloud's Mills - Advance to the Rappahannock - Attached to Rickett's Division -
Battle of Cedar Mountain - Retreat of the Enemy - Appearance of the Field of Battle, etc.
Fighting on the Rappahannock - Second Battle of Bull Run - Repulse of the Union Army
Rebel Prisoners - Arrival at Arlington Heights - Condition of the Regiment -
Return to Camp Carlisle - General Operations
At North Mountain and Romney - General Operations - Movements on the Potomac -
Return to Romney - Mountain Service
Withdrawal to New Creek - Re-enlistment of the Men - "Veteran Furlough" -
Advance to and up the Valley - Battle of New Market
Battle of Piedmont - Total Rout of the Enemy - Incidents - Expedition to Lynchburg -
Prisoners - Arrival before and Fighting at Lynchburg
Retreat from Lynchburg to the Kanawha Valley - Incidents and Losses - General Operations -
Condition of the South
Advance of the Regiment to the Valley - Fight at Snicker's Ferry - Battle at Winchester -
Retreat of the Union Army - Movements in Maryland and Virginia - Up and down the Valley -
Battle at Winchester and Retreat of the Enemy - Battle of Fisher's Hill and Defeat of the Enemy -
Devastation in the Valley
Defeat of Early near Woodstock - Down and up the Valley - Captured Guns, etc. - Battle of Cedar Creek
and Total Rout of the Enemy - Death of Colonel Thoburn - Result of the Battle - Regiment ordered
to Cumberland - Termination of Service of the Regiment - Incidents - Close of the War - Losses
The Government Successful - Plea for the Soldier, etc.
Officers and Men of the Three Months' Service.
Officers and Men of the Three Years' Service.