|24th Regiment Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry|
|Active||August 15, 1862 to June 10, 1865|
|Engagements||Battle of Perryville|
Battle of Stone's River
Battle of Chickamauga
Battle of Resaca
Battle of Franklin
Battle of Nashville
Service[edit | edit source]
The 24th Wisconsin was organized at Milwaukee, Wisconsin and mustered into Federal service August 15, 1862. The regimental adjutant was Arthur MacArthur Jr. (later Major General and father of General Douglas MacArthur). September 5 1912 when Major General Arthur MacArthur died while address his old unit the original 24th Infantry United States flag was then drapped over their former commanding officer and thus the tradition of burial flags was born.
The regiment was mustered out on June 10, 1865 at Nashville, Tennessee.
Casualties[edit | edit source]
The 24th Wisconsin suffered 8 officers and 103 enlisted men killed in action or who later died of their wounds, plus another 3 officers and 87 enlisted men who died of disease, for a total of 201 fatalities.
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