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The 124th New York Infantry Regiment, commonly known as the Orange Blossoms, was a volunteer regiment from Orange County, New York, during the American Civil War. Formed in Goshen during the summer of 1862, The unit was officially mustered into United States Service on September 5, 1862, by Col. Augustus van Horne Ellis, the regiment was made up of volunteers from the surrounding towns and a core of veterans from the 71st New York State Militia.

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  • 124th New York Infantry Regiment
  • 124-й Нью-Йоркский пехотный полк
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  • The 124th New York Infantry Regiment, commonly known as the Orange Blossoms, was a volunteer regiment from Orange County, New York, during the American Civil War. Formed in Goshen during the summer of 1862, The unit was officially mustered into United States Service on September 5, 1862, by Col. Augustus van Horne Ellis, the regiment was made up of volunteers from the surrounding towns and a core of veterans from the 71st New York State Militia.
  • 124-й Нью-Йоркский добровольческий пехотный полк (англ. 124th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment), также Оранжевые цветы (англ. The Orange Blossoms) — один из пехотных полков армии Союза во время Гражданской войны в США. Полк прошёл почти все сражения Гражданской войны на востоке от битвы при Фредериксберге до сражения при Аппоматтоксе и стал известен участием в обороне высоты Дэвилс-Дэн во время сражения при Геттисберге.
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  • 124th New York Infantry Regiment
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  • The 124th New York Infantry Regiment, commonly known as the Orange Blossoms, was a volunteer regiment from Orange County, New York, during the American Civil War. Formed in Goshen during the summer of 1862, The unit was officially mustered into United States Service on September 5, 1862, by Col. Augustus van Horne Ellis, the regiment was made up of volunteers from the surrounding towns and a core of veterans from the 71st New York State Militia.
  • 124-й Нью-Йоркский добровольческий пехотный полк (англ. 124th New York Volunteer Infantry Regiment), также Оранжевые цветы (англ. The Orange Blossoms) — один из пехотных полков армии Союза во время Гражданской войны в США. Полк прошёл почти все сражения Гражданской войны на востоке от битвы при Фредериксберге до сражения при Аппоматтоксе и стал известен участием в обороне высоты Дэвилс-Дэн во время сражения при Геттисберге.
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