New York Troops in the Peninsula Campaign

The photos on this page were shared with us by Kimberly Perry-Schneider, whose 2-g-uncle, Martin Louis
Gilbert Baxter, died of wounds he received in the Battle of Seven Pines/Fair Oaks.  Thank you so much, Kim!  
To learn more about Martin Baxter,
click here.
"38th New York Volunteers enrolled at Horseheads, mustered in at east NY on June 8, 1861.  
They became Company I of 38th NY Volunteers.  The following names are from the muster-in
rolls:  Calvin S. Dewitt, Capt. Charles E. Barber, 1st Lt. Albert E. Terrell, Ensign William B. Strait,
1st Sgt. Arthur T. Pickett, Sgt. Walter Scott, Sgt. George W. Mallory, Sgt. Henry H. Worden,
Corporal Charles H. Cooper, Corporal Henry Adams, Corporal George L. VanDusen - Musician,
Lewis Simons - Musician."
Near Fair Oaks, VA
The photos below were all taken in the vicinity of Fair Oaks, VA:
Band of the 8th NY State Militia, Arllington, VA, 1861
Officers of 61st NY Infantry, Falmouth, VA, 1863
Sunday morning Mass, camp of 69th NY
Culpepper, VA, 1862
Col. James Stroup, 38th NY Volunteers