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Welcome to
Private Anthony's Place
This Civil War History Site is Dedicated to,The Goodhue Volunteers, Company F, of Goodhue County and is Commemorative of the First Minnesota Regiment Volunteer Infantry in which they served.
Glad you could stop in for a visit, as we walk through my place, you will find all kinds of bits and pieces of history on The Goodhue Volunteers  and Goodhue County in the Civil War. I think you will find that there is something here for everyone, even if you were never interested in the Civil War before you came in.
Make yourself feel at Home at my Place on the old Homestead 
Thanks for the visit
Private Anthony' Since December 2nd, 1999
This page was last updated on: December 9, 2013
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Following The Footsteps of the Goodhue Volunteers


Company F. of the First Minnesota Regiment Volunteer Infantry

Follow the Goodhue Volunteers at the Call to Arms in Minnesota,
from Red Wing to Fort Snelling. From Fort Snelling to
Washington and off to war.
  History of Goodhue County in the Civil War

      Roster of Goodhue Co. Civil War  Enlistments  listed per
      Township.
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and the
many presentaions I have given.
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Private Anthony
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Courtesy of the Goodhue County Historical Society
All Rights reserved:    Red Wing in the 1860's
Red Wing, Minn.  The Courthouse where the Goodhue Volunteers were
formed and soon to be part of the 1st Minn. Regt. Vol. Inf. as Co.F

Goodhue County Malitia Rosters
All rights and privileges for the information, photographs and music on the web pages of Private Anthony's Place are reserved by Private Anthony's Place, the credited parties & the webmaster. Permission was obtained with credited parties for the information, photographs and music that is found on the web pages of this site. All content found on the pages of Private Anthony's Place is intended for educational purposes and not for profit.  For more information and sources used on these pages, see my Source page.
            Music: ASHOKAN FAREWELL by Jay Ungar
            Copyright 1983 by Swinging Door Music
            Used by permission. All Rights Reserved.
Jay, Thanks so much for allowing me to use your music.
                Township Histories through the Civil War

      Visit the historical reflections of
      times gone by in the townships of
      Goodhue County during the Civil War.
Historical reflections of the G.A.R in Minnesota
&
The National Encampments
A.E. Welch Post 75
George Mc Kinley Post 92
Joe Bower Post 111
Scofield Post 121

The Women's Relief Corps of Goodhue County

A.E. Welch Women's Relief Corps 29
Goeorge McKinley Women's Relief Corps 80
Scofield Women's Relief Corps 94
Joe Bower Women's Relief Corps
Historical reflections of the posts in Goodhue County
Religion during the Civil War, Soldiers of God

The U.S. Christian Commission

The U. S.  Christon Commission was non-denominational
The Y.M.C.A


A look at religion during the civil war.
While men deid fighting for their
country, Chaplains died saving their souls.
              Private Anthony's Reenactment World                                              
Lists many reenacting units in and around the country
Lists suttlers that supply reenactors
Organizations for preservation and more
  Who is Private Anthony?        Pvt. Anthony's Calendar                                          
The Covered Bridge
Colvill Memorial
Mt. La Grange
Oxford Mill
& More
  Historical Places to Visit & Why We Need Preservation                                        
Information about my Place.  Credits, Sources,  Disclaimer, Rights to Information in my place
Private Anthony's Quote
"To better ourselves, To move foreward in life, We must first see where we have been."
The ones that are here, the ones fading away & the ones that are lost forever
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