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Updated May 3rd 1999

BRITISH NORTH AMERICANS (CANADIANS) Biography

Maine Regiments

Olscamp Joseph

Joseph Olscamp was from Cross Point, Quebec. It is believe that he was logging around Portland at the time that the Civil War broke out.

He enlisted as a Private at Portland on July 29, 1863 in the Maine 16th Regiment Company K.

He was taken prisoner and sent to Andersonville prison in Georgia. He was exchanged April 1, 1865.

Biography sent to me by his GGG Grand Son. If you have more information on this soldier please contact me at mich2inf@lycosmail.com.

I would be very interested in any other Biographies, names or any other information on Canadians in the Civil War or the 2nd Mich. Vol. Inf. I can be contacted at mich2inf@lycosmail.com

If you know of any other British North Americans (Canadians) please advise me.


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