TENT AND TRENCH
Notes for Chapters


Chapter 5 - Stump Grubbing and Reorganization

 

1.  Jacobson, Gerald F., History of the 107th Infantry U.S.A. (New York: Seventh Regiment Armory, 1920), 9.

 

2.  Gow, Kenneth, Letters of a Soldier (New York: Herbert Covert, 1920), 140-141.

 

3.  Gow, 151.

 

4.  Osborn, Albert, The History of Company C, 102nd Ammunition Train, American Expeditionary Forces, 1917-1918-1919 (The Company, 1919), 20-21.

 

5.  Gow, 142.

 

6.  The History of Company C, 102nd Ammunition Train, American Expeditionary Forces, 1917-1918-1919, 23.

 

7.  Lobdell, Albert Jenkins, letter dated October 24, 1917.  Courtesy Reginald White.

 

8.   The History of Company C, 102nd Ammunition Train, American Expeditionary Forces, 1917-1918-1919, 11.

 

9.  Gow, 143.

 

10.  "The Vanderbilt Road To Be Opened Today," The Spartanburg Herald, 6 Oct. 1917, 6.

 

11.  The History of Company C, 102nd Ammunition Train, American Expeditionary Forces, 1917-1918-1919, 13.

 

12.  Moore, Mrs. James Scott, letter to Office of the Secretary of War 12/04/1917.  Copied from NARA.

 

13.  Moore, Mrs. James Scott, letter to Office of the Secretary of War 12/04/1917.  Copied from NARA.

 

14.  Whitney, Stanton, Squadron A, in the Great War, 1917-1919 (New York: Squadron A Assoc., 1923), 6.






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