Dedicated to the memory of Cpl. Abner C. Smith, Co. C; East Haddam, CT; fatally wounded at Bentonville, March 19, 1865.

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From its first encampment in September, 1862, to the date of its muster-out, June 13, 1865, the 20th Connecticut was continually in the field, marching and fighting for more than 1,000 days.



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History of the 20th Connecticut Infantry Volunteers

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Official Records of the Rebellion (Full Records)

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Men of the 20th Connecticut Infantry Volunteers

The Civil War Letters of Cpl. Abner C. Smith

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