14th Wisconsin Volunteer Infantry Killed and Died of Wounds Received April 7, 1862

© Photographed April 23, 2017
Madison, Dane County, Wisconsin
43.070943,-89.409894

14th WISCONSIN VOLUNTEER INFANTRY
KILLED AND DIED OF WOUNDS
RECEIVED   APRIL 7, 1862.

Dedicated to the Memory of his Comrades
by Captain F. H. Magdeburg.

The marker is located at the top of a knoll at Camp Randall Memorial Park, on southbound North Randall Avenue, at its T-intersection with West Dayton Street, Madison, Wisconsin 53706.

NOTE: The above coordinates will take you to the memorial's exact location at the park.

The Battle of Shiloh (April 6-7, 1862)
. . . one of the Civil War’s most momentous fights.

Wikipedia: Battle of Shiloh

Worden's Battalion : paper read by Capt. F.H. Magdeburg at the first annual reunion of the 14th Wisconsin Veteran Vol. Infantry, held at Fond Du Lac



1888 Chromolithograph of the Battle of Shiloh, American Civil War
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The memorial is at the top of a knoll.

The marker is located on the UW-Madison campus in Madison, Wisconsin.

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