10th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry
|10th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry|
|Active||June 21, 1861 – July 6, 1864|
|Part of||In 1862: 2nd Brigade (Devens's), 3rd Division (Newton's), VI Corps, Army of the Potomac|
|Engagements||American Civil War|
|Disbanded||July 6, 1864|
|Colonel||Henry Shaw Briggs|
|Colonel||Henry L. Eustis|
|VI Corps (3rd Division) badge|
The 10th Regiment Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry was a regiment of infantry in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Organized at Hampden Park in Springfield, Massachusetts in the early summer of 1861 and consisting mostly of men from western Massachusetts, the regiment was mustered in on June 21, 1861. It was originally led by Colonel Henry Shaw Briggs, an attorney and prominent citizen of Pittsfield, Massachusetts.
- Bowen, 196
- Bowen, James L. (1889). Massachusetts in the War, 1861–1865. Springfield, Massachusetts: Clark W. Bryan & Co. OCLC 1986476.
- Schouler, William (1868). A History of Massachusetts in the Civil War. Boston: E.P. Dutton & Co. OCLC 2662693.