Contents: Origins; Organizing the Division; Overseas; Settling Down in France; The Chemin-des-Dames; On the March; The La Reine(Boucq) Sector; The Fights at Bois Brule and Seicheprey; Day by Day in the La Reine Sector; The Affairs of May and June; To the Champagne-Marne Offensive; The Aisne-Marne Offensive First Phase; The Aisne-Marne Offensive Epieds and Trugny; The Aisne-Marne Offensive, Afterwards; The Saint-Mihiel Offensive; In the Meuse-Argonne Offensive-Marcheville; In the Meuse-Argonne Offensive-Verdun; Before the Armistice and After; Reconstructions-The Montigny-le-Roi Area; Homeward, the Last Days.
Illustrations: Major-General Clarence R. Edwards; Remieres Trench and Remieres Wood; Vaux; Photograph taken at 4:30 am, July 18, 1918, showing Members of the 103rd Infantry jumping off; Pill-Box, Saint-Remy Wood; No Man's Land over which the 26th Division advanced near Les Eparges; Hill south of Ormont Wood; Major-General Harry C. Hale.
Maps: Neufchateau Area; Chemin des Dames Sector; La Reine (Boucq) Sector; Advance of 26th Division, Aisne-Marne Offensive; Saint-Mihiel Offensive; Meuse-Argonne Offensive.
Subjects: World War, 1914-1918--Regimental histories--United States--26th (Yankee) division.
|Title||New England in France 1917-1919|
|Author||Taylor, Emerson Gifford|
|Library of Congress Control Number||20019427|