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2 edition of Roster of 22d Kansas Volunteer Infantry, 1934. found in the catalog.

Roster of 22d Kansas Volunteer Infantry, 1934.

United Spanish War Veterans. Dept. of Kansas.

Roster of 22d Kansas Volunteer Infantry, 1934.

by United Spanish War Veterans. Dept. of Kansas.

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Published by Kansas State Print. Plant in [Topeka .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.
    • Subjects:
    • Kansas Infantry. 22d Regt., 1898.,
    • Spanish-American War, 1898 -- Regimental histories -- United States.

    • Edition Notes

      Introduction signed: Oscar J. Lane, president.

      ContributionsLane, Oscar J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE726.K2 U5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination13 p.
      Number of Pages13
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL6325914M
      LC Control Number35020361
      OCLC/WorldCa6028219

      Union Regimental Histories. Kansas. 1st Regiment Infantry. Organized at Camp Lincoln, Fort Leavenworth, May 20 to June 3, Moved to Wyandotte, thence to Kansas City and Clinton, Mo., to Join General Lyon, June 7-J 22nd Kansas Volunteer Infantry () - Organized and mustered into the service of the United States at Topeka May 11 to 17, , with 46 officers and enlisted men. Assignments: Assigned to First Brigade, Second Division Second Army Corps, May 28 Movements: Ordered to Camp Alger, Va., May 21; arrived at Camp Alger May 28 ; Left Camp Alger August 3, marching via Thoroughfare, Va.

      Secretary. EIGHTH KA:NrSAS VOLUNTEER INFANTRY REUNION. Ft. Leavenworth. ") October 10th, 11th and 12th, / Surviving members of the Eighth Kansas Veteran Volunteer Infantry, to the number of about one hun- dred, assembled at Camp Pope, on the Fort Leavenworth reservation, on the 10th, 11th and 12th of October, The book is still in print and may be ordered from John by writing to him at Charles, St. Joseph, MO Cost is $ The men arrived at Camp Leedy in Topeka, Kansas and after six rain sodden weeks, were entrained to San Francisco - only to cool their heels for much longer than any of them expected or desired.

      1st Battalion Rosters & After Action Reports Notice: Ft Hood Graduation Roster (includes guys who went to Company A, B and C 1/22 Infantry) OCTOBER B COMPANY EM ROSTER 11 pages. PARTIAL ROSTER A CO 30 APRIL , A CO EM ROSTER. BN YEAR BOOK, 83 PAGES. BN HISTORICAL SUMMARY, 4 PAGES. BN HISTORICAL. The 49th Missouri Volunteer Infantry Regiment. The story of one unit in the American Civil War. Menu and widgets.


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Roster of 22d Kansas Volunteer Infantry, 1934 by United Spanish War Veterans. Dept. of Kansas. Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Belcher, who is also the author of The 10th Kentucky Volunteer Infantry in the Civil War: A History and Roster, does an excellent job of presenting th hsitory of the regiment, particularly considering the absence of any substantial volume of personal accounts by veterans or even any publications by the veterans' association.

He opens with an /5(5). Military Units Formed in Kansas 1st Kansas Battery - names 12th Kansas Volunteer Infantry Regiment - names 13th Kansas Volunteer Cavalry Forty six military units were formed in Kansas - all Union.

We have Historical Sketch & Roster volumes available on 25 of these units. Little else has been written in the way of regimental.

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The roster includes the following history of the unit: This company was organized at Doniphan, Mo., and ordered to Jefferson Barracks where it was mustered into the U.

service Jand assigned to the 6th Reg., Missouri Vol. Inf. The 22nd Kansas Volunteer regiment was made up of men who had volunteered for service in the war with Spain. Companies were raised across the state and these were brought together at Camp Leedy, in Topeka.

The regiment was mustered into United States service on Many of the men reported for duty. VOLUNTEER; PEOPLE; Search the history of over billion web pages on the Internet. Roster of the Eighth Kansas infantry by Kansas infantry.

8th reg't, [from old catalog] Publication date Publisher Topeka, G.W. Crane publishing co., printersPages: Civil War Rosters. These published Civil War rosters are in the library at the Kansas Historical Society. Most books on microfilm are available for interlibrary see our ask a research question page to obtain copies from books that aren't microfilmed.

The library call number is. The 3rd & 4th Kansas Volunteer Infantry Regiments Posted on J by KSNGMuseum When the civil war began, inKansas had just been admitted to the Union as a State, and the newly organized State government was scarcely in running order when it became necessary to raise troops to defend the border and respond to the requisition of.

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likes. Updates Coming ers: Excerpts from William G. Cutler's "History of the State of Kansas"at the University of Kansas, Kansas Collection Books. Kathleen Roper, transcriber. SEVENTH REGIMENT KANSAS VOLUNTEER CAVALRY. The Seventh Kansas Cavalry was organized on the 28th day of October,and mustered into the service of the United States.First to Serve.

Captain William Mathews –a free black, a businessman and station master on the Underground Railroad –recruited former slaves into the 1st Kansas Colored Volunteer Infantry Regiment at Fort Scott. He lost his rank when the unit was federalized but later served as an artillery officer.