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1130 > Page 1130 of Bibliography of state participation in the civil war 1861-1866.

1130 TJ. S. QUARTERMASTER*S DEPT. U. S. Quartermaster's dept. Continued. Roll of honor Continued. Contents Continued. tional,) Danville, (additional,) Glendale, Richmond, and Yorktown, (additional,) Va. no. XVII. Kentucky, and at New Albany, Jeffersonville, and Madison, Ind.; Lawton, (Millen,) and Andersonville, Ga, (supplementary.) no. XVIII. National cemeteries at Fort Harrison, Va.; Wilmington, and Raleigh, N. C; Port Hudson, La.; Brownsville, San Antonio, and Galveston, Tex.; Little Rock, Fayetteville, and Fort Smith, Ark.; Indianapolis, Ind.; Mound City, 111.; Cincinnati, Ohio; Springfield, Mo.; Forts Scott and Leavenworth, Kan.; and in local cemeteries and at military posts in Texas, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, Wisconsin, Michigan, Iowa and Kansas. no. XIX. National cemeteries at Baltimore, Md, Petersburg, Va, New Berne, N. C, Florence, S. C, (additional,) Baton Rouge, La, Fort St. Phillip, La, Jefferson City, Mo, and various posts in the state of Minnesota, and New Mexico, Arizona, Colorado, Dakota, Indian, Montana, Utah, and Washington Territories. no. XX. National cemeteries at Corinth, Miss, Pittsburg Landing, Tenn, and Jefferson barracks, Mo. no. XXI. National cemeteries at Memphis, Tenn, Chalmette, (near New Orleans,) La. no. XXII. National cemetery at Nashville, Tenn. no. XXIII. National cemeteries at Marietta, Ga.; Fort Donelson, Tenn.; Chattanooga, Tenn, (additional to no. XI;) Murfreesboro, Tenn, (additional to no. XI,) and Knoxville, Tenn, (additional to no. XI.) no. XXIV. National cemeteries at Vicksburg, Miss, and New Albany, Ind. no. XXV. National cemeteries at Fredericksburg, Va.; Mobile, Ala.; and Fort Gibson, Indian Ter.; and names not heretofore published of Union soldiers interred in the national cemeteries at Hampton, Va.; Barrancas, Fla.; and Alexandria, La. no. XXVI. National cemeteries at Mound City, 111.; Cincinnati, Columbus, Gallipolis, Cleveland, Sandusky, and Dayton, 0.; Little Rock, Fayetteville, and Fort Smith, Ark, (additional to vol. XVIII;) Fort Leavenworth, Kan, (additional to vol. XVIII;) Petersburg, Va, (additional to vol. XIX;) Hampton, Va, (additional to vol. XXV;) and Winchester, Cold Harbor, and Culpeper Court-House, Va, (additional to vol. XV.) no. XXVII. National cemeteries at Beaufort, S. C; Natchez, Miss.; Vicksburg, Miss, (additional to vol. XXIV;) and Pittsburg Landing, Tenn, (additional to vol. XX.) . . . Alphabetical index to places of interment of deceased Union soldiers in the various states and territories as specified in Rolls of honor nos. I-XIII, being those issued from the Quartermaster general's office, between June 15, 1865, and August 27, 1867. Washington, 1868. 16 p. 8 . E494.U572 At head of title: Quartermaster general's office, Circular, February 21,1868.