1 edition of Colorado Territory Civil War volunteer records found in the catalog.
Colorado Territory Civil War volunteer records
1994 by The Society in Littleton, Colo. (P.O. Box 2074, Littleton 80161-2074) .
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||records extracted by Columbine Genealogical and Historical Society, Inc.|
|Contributions||Colorado. Division of State Archives and Public Records., Columbine Genealogical and Historical Society.|
|LC Classifications||E498.3 .C65 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxx, 454 p. :|
|Number of Pages||454|
|LC Control Number||94068028|
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The Colorado Territory was formally created in shortly before the bombardment of Fort Sumter sparked the American Civil gh sentiments were somewhat divided in the early days of the war, Colorado was only marginally a pro-Union territory (four statehood attempts were thwarted, largely by Confederate sympathizers in JulyFebruaryFebruary.
Colorado Territory Civil War Volunteer Records Columbine published “Colorado Territory Civil War Volunteer Records ″ ina comprehensive page index of twelve fragile volumes of military issue ledger books at the Colorado State Archives.
This collection contains a surname index of details for each soldier as well as a historical. Get this from a library. Colorado Territory Civil War volunteer records: a comprehensive index to the twelve volumes of military clothing books found in the Colorado State Archives: containing the historical background of the volunteers of Colorado Territory during the Civil War Period, [Colorado.
Division of State Archives and Public Records. Online Civil War Indexes, Records and RostersA Genealogy Guide General Civil War Records Websites. The Civil War Soldiers and Sailors System indexes about million Civil War soldiers ; An alternate version of this database can be found at FamilySearch here: United States Civil War Soldiers Index Ancestry's Civil War Collection (requires payment) includes.
Colorado Territory Civil War volunteer records: a comprehensive index to the twelve volumes of military clothing books found in the Colorado State Archives: containing the historical background of the volunteers of Colorado Territory during the Civil War Period, Authors: Colorado.
Colorado became a U.S. territory in shortly before the American Civil War began. The territory supplied men and support for both the Union and the Confederacy.
William Gilpin, the first territorial governor, supported the Union and quickly raised a regiment. The United States War Department credited Colorado with supplying 4, white men to the Union Army..
The Denver City Home Guard was a formation of militia during the American Civil War, raised from Denver City in the Colorado territory. The unit was mustered out in April Allegiance: Union. For medical information about volunteer soldiers who fought in the Civil War, consult the National Archives series, "Carded Medical Records of Volunteer Soldiers in the Mexican and Civil Wars, compiled - " found in Record Group (RG) 94, Records of the Adjutant General's Office,entry These cards relate to volunteers.
Colorado. Colorado Territory Civil War Volunteer Records. A Comprehensive Index to the Twelve Volumes of Military Clothing Books Found in the Colorado State Archives.
Littleton, Colorado: Columbine Genealogical and Historical Society, Call No. folio E C65 Connecticut. Connecticut. Adjutant General. Colorado Territory Civil War Volunteer Records Author Biography: Colorado Territory Civil War Volunteers Bibliography: Colorado Territory Civil War Volunteer Records.
If you would like to see if State Archives has information on the person or topic you are researching, start by using Archives search. Archives Search.
If you need assistance deciding what you'd like sent to you or whether we have the materials you're looking for, call our research desk at between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. mountain time. If you know what records. In fact, the number of soldiers in the West increased during the Civil War.
Between the Mexican War and the Civil War only three mounted U.S. regiments patrolled the entire West. Counting both mounted and foot soldiers, about 5, men were stationed west of. Records from the Military and Military Agencies Revolutionary War Post-Revolutionary War Period War of Indian Wars Mexican War Civil War Spanish-American War Philippine Insurrection World War I Era World War II Era Captured German Records Other Revolutionary War [table striped="true" responsive="true"]Microfilm Number Microfilm Title Roll Numbers Total Rolls in.
The American Civil War The Battles of the American Civil War were fought between Apand May 12–13,in 23 states (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, and West.
Army: The largest organizational group of soldiers, made up of one or more corps. There were 16 Union armies (named after rivers, such as the Army of the Potomac) and 23 Confederate armies (named after states or regions, such as the Army of Northern Virginia).
1 company = 50 to men, 10 companies = 1 regiment, about 4 regiments = 1 brigade. the Provost Marshal General’s Bureau records from the states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and the territory of Nebraska. These holdings contain different series of records, and consists of over cubic feet of records.
Civil War,19th century,s,American Civil War, ss, ss Prolific Authors. Quoted by John W. Robinson in Los Angeles in Civil War Days, (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ), e-book.
[xvi] Throughout the s, the state militia had supplied muskets and other military paraphernalia to quasi-official volunteer units organized in Los Angeles by many of the same men who, informed the Los Angeles.
William Gilpin, the first Governor, organized the “Colorado Volunteers” for the defense of the territory and to oppose the looming invasion of Confederate forces during the Civil War. The 1st Colorado Volunteers met and defeated the Texas Confederates at La Glorieta Pass, New Mexico, on MarchChristopher M.
Rein, “The Second Colorado Cavalry and the Conquest of the Central Plains” The Second Colorado Cavalry Regiment, drawn from early pioneers to both Kansas and Colorado Territory, rendered important service within Kansas and. Kansas Members of the Grand Army of the Republic.
The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) was a volunteer organization, with membership limited to Union veterans of the Civil War, that supported and advocated for veterans' rights and pensions. While the vast majority of Confederate recruits were eventually sent to the frontier far away from the battlefields of the Civil War, at least one unit was sent into combat against rebel forces.
More than Southerners captured at Gettysburg agreed to join the 3 rd Maryland Cavalry regiment in early Today’s incorporated city of Colorado Springs sprang from the lively imagination of one man.
General William Jackson Palmer, a Civil War hero and railroad magnate, established Colorado Springs on J A planned community from its very beginnings, the city was without an industrial or manufacturing base but it prospered just the same. Tuttle. Elizabeth Tuttle volunteered as an army nurse in the Civil War and there are a few Civil War letters,from her to Hattie Tuttle.
Civil War material of Ira Norris Noland consists of a diary and some letters. U.S. HISTORY MSS. DATE RANGE: Alabama. Alabama State Archives Research Materials and Databases: Includes online databases such as Voter Registration, Civil War Records, World War I Gold Star, and a link to their Digital Collections webpage also has online indexes and finding aids for collections at their facility including Alabama Church and Synagogue Collection, Newspapers.
Index to Oklahoma Confederate Pension Records (pdf format) Fort Reno, Oklahoma Territory, Fort Reno Military Cemetery, at old Fort Reno. Veterans Buried at Spring Chapel Cemetery.
Oklahoma Graves of Military Men in Service, Logan County. O.G.S. Observes Civil War Centennial - Sixth Series. O.G.S. Observes Civil War Centennial - Seventh Series. InStephen Watts Kearny marched the Army of the West over the Mountain Branch and conquered New Mexico during the Mexican-American War (actually, they never fired a shot because the Mexican government that was in place in Santa Fe ran away).
In the Taos Rebellion broke out and the Carson and Maxwell families barely escaped death. Maxwell's. Colorado's History. State Information. Online Services. press enter to expand a category.
Driver Services. Online Services. Colorado Gov Now. National Family Literacy Month. Share your love of reading #COHearts2READ. Participate in 11//19 Social Media Activities. Colorado Gov Now. SIPA's Micro-Grant Program. U.S., Civil War Prisoner of War Records, U.S., Civil War and Later Wars Index to Remarried Widow Pension Applications, U.S., Colored Troops Military Service Records, 35th Illinois Volunteer Infantry, USA ; Indiana 11th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, USA 30th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, Company F, USA 31st Indiana Volunteer Infantry, USA 49th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, USA 70th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, USA 12th Indiana Cavalry Regiment, USA ; Kentucky 1st Kentucky Volunteer Infantry, Company E, CSA ; Louisiana.
For background information about Los Conejos, see Ray C. Colton, The Civil War in the Western Territories: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, ): –; William A.
Keleher, Turmoil in New Mexico, – (Santa Fe: Sunstone Press, ; reprint of edition): – Los Conejos. U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, U.S., Civil War and Later Wars Index to Remarried Widow Pension Applications, U.S., Colored Troops Military Service Records, In March,E, K, L, M and D were at Fort Garland, Colorado, preparing for an expedition into the Uncompaghre Ute country.
Onthe five companies under Maj. Beaumont left Garland and proceeded via Alamoso, Saquache for the Cochetopa Pass, and crossing the Rocky Mountains there arrived at Los Pinos Agency on the.
About U.S., Civil War Prisoner of War Records, This database contains records relating to Civil War Prisoners of War (POW). The database is comprised of four National Archives (NARA) microfilm series (M, M, M, and M).
On Novemone of the most infamous events of the American-Indian Wars occurred when Colorado volunteer forces attacked a Cheyenne and Arapaho encampment along Sand Creek. Union blockaders of Texas ports were successful but efforts to capture the Texas coastline were generally unsuccessful.
The last land battle of the war was fought in Texas near Brownsville onmore than a month after Lee’s surrender at Appomattox. History of Texas Leading Up to the Civil War. The Civil War was the first war in American history in which a substantial proportion of the adult male population participated.
Almost every American would have known friends, family members, or neighbors who marched off to war, many never to return. The service records of these men, North and South, are contained in the Civil War Soldiers and.
Although special rights for homesteads were granted to Civil War veterans, bounty land was not given out beyond the year Civil War veterans in were given the right to claim double the land in railroad grant areas that other people were.
United States Index to Service Records, War with Spain, at FamilySearch; from National Archives microfilm publication M Colorado Volunteers in the Spanish American War () also includes Colorado Veterans Grave Registration Index Connecticut Servicemen, Spanish American War (requires payment).
Regimental Index. Union Regimental Information. Source - "A Compendium of the War of the Rebellion" by Frederick H. Dyer (Part 3) Compiled by a Civil War Veteran from The Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies and a variety of other sources, Dyer's Compendium offers the most complete list of organizations mustered by the State and Federal.
Random Acts of Genealogical Kindness (RAOGK) is a global volunteer organization. The purpose of this site is to help others obtain copies of documents, pictures of tombstones, etc., that can not be obtained easily by those who do not live in the area of their ancestors.In the early morning of Novemwith the fate of the Union still uncertain, part of the First Colorado and nearly all of the Third Colorado volunteer regiments, commanded by Union Colonel John Chivington, surprised hundreds of Cheyenne and Arapaho people camped on the banks of Sand Creek in southeastern Colorado Territory/5.That phase of my life continues, especially after reading of his arduous trip down the Colorado following the Civil War.
Powell, as you may know, was a one-armed man with a dream of being the first person (along with his team of intrepid explorers) to travel down the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon/5.