2 edition of The new annual army list, and militia list for 1861-with an index. found in the catalog.
The new annual army list, and militia list for 1861-with an index.
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Revised United States Army regulations of with an appendix containing the changes and laws affecting Army regulations and Articles of War to J Alternate Title(s): Revised U.S. Army regulations, Army regulations, Regulations for the Army of. (Record Group 94) ca.(bulk ) OVERVIEW OF RECORDS LOCATIONS Table of Contents ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY GENERAL RECORDS ca.
(bulk ) Correspondence Orders, muster rolls, and returns Records relating to regular army personnel Records relating to volunteers and volunteer organizations. Revised United States Army regulations ofwith an appendix containing the changed and laws affecting Army regulations and Articles of war to J United States.
War Dept. Washington: Govt. Print. Off., Subject terms. The new annual army list lii. volunteers and militia in the service of the united states appendix a. articles of war extracts from acts of congress from 16th march,to 25th july, appendix b. changes and additions to army regulations up to j abstracts from acts of congress from 29th july,to 3d march, File Size: KB.
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About this Item: J. Brown, Philadelphia, Hardcover. Condition: Good. Book condition: good, 52 articles on Army regulations followed by three appendices and index, filled with dozens of charts, decorative blue cloth boards show wear to edges with small piece pulled away from top of spine, front board nearly detached, ink and pencil marks on pastedowns and front endpaper, front.
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