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Volume 22, Number 1, Autumn 2005

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• "The Sons of Friends and Neighbors: Orange County’s 56th and 124th Regiments of New York Volunteer Infantry," Michael McAffee

• “The New Paltz Times Reports the Civil War: Sergeant Rooster Ackert in Cajun Country," Laurence Hauptman

• “'But alas! our Country calls': The Formation of the 124th New York State Volunteers, July 1–September 6, 1862," Charles LaRocca

• “'I owe you this for Appomattox': U.S. Grant’s Mystery Visitor at Mount McGregor," Warren F. Broderick

• “Awful beyond description”: The Ordeal of the Hudson Valley Regiments in the Army of the Potomac in 1863," Mark James Morreale

• "Rebel Oppression of British Subjects: statement of a deserter," reprint of a historical article in the Senate House S.H.S. archives

Regional History Forum

• “'I’m Now in Rebeldom': New Paltz Soldiers in the Civil War, Neil Bhatiya

• "The Senate House State Historic Site," Christopher Pryslopski

• "Preserving an Icon of Prosperity: The Story of the West Point Foundry’s 1865 Office Building," Patrick Martin, Elizabeth Norris, Rita Shaheen, Stephen Tilly, and Elizabeth Martin