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Wabash university in Indiana despatched extra infantrymen to the Civil struggle proportional to its measurement than the other university in the USA. This booklet, the results of twenty-five years of heritage scholars' examine initiatives at modern day Wabash, info the five hundred scholars' lives in pioneer Indiana, within the battle (over a hundred battles) and after the struggle.
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Allen’s death was reported in the Washington Standard, 13 June 1874. ALLEN, PERRY W. (1839–1930) Some men’s service was short, particularly in the early months of the war when the war’s potential duration was not clearly understood as yet. Selected regiments were mustered in for three months or less in Indiana. Such was the case with the unit Perry Allen joined. He was born at Frankfort on 19 January 1839, the son of Robert M. and Phoebe White Allen, and attended Wabash for only one academic year, 1856–57.
Hecker, William F. Hill, Jonathan M. House, S. Kelley Huber, Michael D. Huggler, Lyndall J. Hunt, Wesley C. Imm, Eugene Jackson, Sean R. Jansen, Paul A. Jernagan, Craig E. Johnson, Lewis J. Kalinowski, Isaiah R. Kallister, William K. Kelleher, Matthew H. Kelley, George D. Kerr, Andrew T. Kielbasa, Mark S. Krakowka, Ben H. Kristensen, Michael R. Largura, Burton V. Lee, Eric J. Legg, Eric R. Lewinski, Michael J. Lewis, Douglas W. Lindseth, Eric L. Long, Jerry L. Maldonado, Frank Marshall, David J.
Allen secured a commission from Governor Morton and became chief surgeon of the Tenth Indiana Regiment in September 1861. In February 1862 Allen was placed under arrest for angering his fellow officers, then released without charges filed against him. Outraged that he was not reinstated fully, the surgeon complained to Governor Morton, but delays ensued, and he was relieved of all his duties in the active regiment by his regimental commander. Meanwhile, the regiment moved south in March, leaving Allen in charge of one hundred wounded men at Somerset, Kentucky, without adequate supplies and assistance.