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Schenectady in the Civil War: One Hundred Ninety-second Infantry Regiment

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[This information is from Chapter 25, p. 403 of Schenectady County, New York: Its History to the Close of the Nineteenth Century by Austin A. Yates (New York: New York History Co., 1902). It is in the Schenectady Collection of the Schenectady County Public Library at Schdy R 974.744 Yat, and copies are also available for borrowing. Thanks to Carol Di Crosta for data entry help with this project.]

This regiment received enormous bounty. Men are scattered through it whose names are not known, and who were undoubtedly gathered from all over the Canadas to fill the quota. They went to the field as the war was ended, and were mustered out in August, 1865.

It is believed that the bounties paid the men of this command abundantly rewarded their short service, and that they earned so much money for such short service that they are not entitled to the additional reward of fame.

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