Roster of California volunteers mustered into the service of the United States (Indian Wars), 1863

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Published by The Society in Pomona, Calif .

Written in English

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Places:

  • California,
  • California.

Subjects:

  • United States. Army -- Registers.,
  • Soldiers -- California -- Registers.,
  • Registers of births, etc. -- California.,
  • Indians of North America -- Wars -- 1862-1865 -- Registers.,
  • California -- Genealogy.

Edition Notes

Includes index.

Book details

Statement[compiled by the Pomona Valley Genealogical Society].
SeriesMilitary series ;, v. 4, Military series (Pomona, Calif.) ;, v. 4.
ContributionsPomona Valley Genealogical Society.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsF860 .R745 1991
The Physical Object
Pagination21 p. ;
Number of Pages21
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL619242M
LC Control Number96217544

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8th California Volunteer Infantry Mustered In: July at Fruitvale, California Mustered Out: 6 February in California and Washington Service Beyond the United States: NONE Mustered In: Officers: 35 Enlisted Men: 1, Mustered Out: Officers: 46 Enlisted Men: 1, Total Number Accounted for on Muster Out Roll: Officers: 49 Enlisted.

2nd Regiment California Volunteer Cavalry was organized under the President's second call upon the State for troops in August By Octothe regiment was organized and mustered into the service. The companies were assembled at Camp Alert in San Francisco. After completing the organization of the regiment, and a short period for Allegiance: Union.

the President's call for volunteers in the war of the Rebellion. After being mustered into the service the company was sent to the sout' part of the State where it became a part of the California Column and marched into New Mexico and Texas.

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- ca. "; hasentries. National Homes for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. 3d Infantry Regiment mustered into Federal service May at Island Lake as the 33d Michigan Volunteer Infantry; mustered out of Federal service 9 November - 6 January at home stations; Reorganized 10 July in the Michigan National Guard as the 3d Infantry; Redesignated 22 April as the 33d Infantry.

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Statistical Exhibit of Strength of Volunteer Forces Called into Service During the War with Spain; with Losses From All Causes).

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The th Pennsylvania Volunteer Infantry Unit in the Civil War, McFarland Press, Nesbitt, John. General History of Company D, h PA Volunteers and Personal Sketches of the Members, Allegheny PA, Schroeder, Patrick.

The 20th regiment, the "United Turner Rifles," was composed of volunteers from the Turner societies of New York city and vicinity and was mustered into the U. service at New York city, May 6,for two years. The story of "E" company, st engineers, 26th division; a record of their service from May to April, compiled by members of the company.

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Enlisted on July 16th,at Manila, Philippine Islands, and was mustered into service as a Private in Company G of the 36th United States Volunteer Infantry Regiment; promoted to Second Lieutenant, no date; honorably discharged from volunteer service in at San Francisco, California.

[Died on July 28th,at Dallas, Texas.]. California was the first to organize; Oregon and Washington were slower to respond. In NovemberOregon began to raise companies for the First Oregon Volunteer Cavalry Regiment (1st OVC).

By the summer ofthis regiment was serving throughout eastern Oregon and into southeastern Washington Territory (including the Snake river country. A center for service men in Portland, originally opened in the basement of the Portland Hotel inbut expanded into the six-floor Hamilton Building inthe center provided food, shelter, and recreation for service men in the Portland area, includes a history and directory of the Center circaa letter from the Director, Captain Fred Roberts intwo obituaries of Major.

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