34th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment


The Thirty-Fourth Wisconsin Infantry Regiment (34th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment) was organized at Camp Washburn in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, on December 31, 1862, for a nine-month term of service.

Active Duty

They left the state on January 3, 1863, and proceeded to Columbus, Kentucky, where they remained until their term of enlistment expired in late August. The 34th then returned to Madison, Wisconsin, and was mustered out of service on September 8, 1863.


The 34th Wisconsin Infantry Regiment lost 1 officer and 18 enlisted men to disease.

For Further Research

Search our collections for photos and artifacts from Wisconsin in the Civil War. Read about other Wisconsin Civil War regiments. For detailed regimental histories of the U.S. Civil War, consult the Frederick H. Dyer, Compendium of the War of the Rebellion: Regimental Histories.

The histories above, unless otherwise noted, are adopted from Charles E. Estabrook, ed., Records and Sketches of Military Organizations, (Madison, 1914). This page was developed with the help of Bard.