The First Freedmen to Become Soldiers
John M. Hawks
33rd USCT

American Missionary June, 1909
Index: Dr. John M. Hawks, 33rd USCT, 1st South Carolina Volunteers, General Hospital No. 10, Beaufort S.C., Col Shaw, Fort Wagner, Morris
Island, Washington D. C., New York Freedmen's Aid Association, Sea Islands Hilton Head, Edward L. Pierce, Edisto Island, Major-General
David Hunter, Toussaint, Hayti, William James, James Pomroy, J. H. Randolph Alexander Heasley, Harry West, W. H. Danielson, Henry
Beach, 100th Penn. Vols, 48th N. Y. Vols., N. Y. Engineers, C. T. Trowbridge, John Trowbridge, Geo. Walker, James Harrold, John Goddard,
Harace Greely, New York Tribune, William James, General Saxton, St. Simon's Island, Hunter Regiment, Camp Saxton, Chaplain Fowler,
Thomas W. Higginson, Worcester Massachusetts, Darien Georgia, 52nd Regiment Mass. Vols., Corporal Isaac W. Jenkins,
Dr. John M. Hawks
Asst. Surgeon 33rd USCT
Colonel Thomas Higginson
33rd USCT
General Rufus B. Saxton
General David Hunter
Regimental Hospital #10
Dr. Esther Hill Hawks
Wife of Dr. John M. Hawks
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