4th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment
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4th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment
4th Regiment of Illinois Volunteers
4th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment
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ActiveJuly 1846 - May 1847
1898-1899
CountryUnited States
BranchInfantry
EngagementsMexican-American War
Spanish-American War

4th Illinois Volunteer Infantry Regiment was an infantry regiment that served in the United States Army during the Mexican-American War and Spanish-American War.

Service

During the Mexican-American War the regiment was known as the 4th Regiment of Illinois Volunteers and was raised for 12 months (July 1846 - May 1847). It was under the command of Colonel Edward D. Baker.

During the Spanish-American War the regiment served as part of the occupation forces in Cuba. It was mustered in on 19-20 May 1898 at Springfield, Illinois, and was mustered out on 2 May 1899 at Augusta, Georgia.

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