NARA US Army Continental Commands, 1821-1920 [4of4] - Steven J. Coker (coker@geocities.com)
Subject: NARA US Army Continental Commands, 1821-1920 [4of4]
From: Steven J. Coker (coker@geocities.com)
Date: April 10, 1999

Records of United States Army Continental Commands, 1821-1920
(Record Group 393) 1817-1940 (bulk 1817-1920), 9,676 cu. ft.
http://gopher.nara.gov:70/0/inform/guide/300s/rg393.txt
[PART 4 of 4]

393.8 RECORDS OF ARMIES 1832-65, 47 lin. ft.

Textual Records: Letters sent and received, issuances, and reports; and records
of staff officers of the:

Army of Arkansas, 1863-64.

Army of the Cumberland, consisting of records of the Reserve Artillery, District
of Nashville, 1864-65.

Army of Florida, 1840-42; Army of the Frontier, 1832; Army of the Frontier,
1862-63.

Army of the James, 1864-65, consolidated Department of Virginia and North
Carolina and Army of the James, 1864-65, consolidated Department of Virginia and
Army of the James, 1865, and subordinate or related commands, including Defenses
of Bermuda Hundred, 1864-65.

Army of Kanawha, 1864; Army of Kansas, 1862; Army of Kentucky, 1862-63.

Army of (the) Mississippi, 1862-63, and subordinate or related commands,
including 1st Army Corps, 1862-63.

Army and District of North Carolina, 1863-64; 1st Army Corps, North West Army,
1832.

Army of Occupation of Western Virginia, 1861, and subordinate or related
commands, including Districts of Grafton and Kanawha, 1861; Army of the Ohio,
1861-62; Army of the Ohio in the Field, 1862, and subordinate or related
commands, including District of West Virginia, 1862; Army of the Ohio (in the
field), 1863, and consolidated Department and Army of the Ohio, 1863-64; Army of
the Ohio, 1864-65, including consolidated Department of North Carolina and Army
of the Ohio, 1865.

Department and Army of the Potomac, 1861-65, and subordinate or related
commands, including Coast Division and Dix's Division, 1861-62; 11th Army Corps,
1862-64; Military District of Washington, 1862; Defenses of Harpers Ferry, WV
(Pleasant Valley, MD), 1862; Defenses of Washington, 1862-63; and U.S. Troops,
White House, VA, and Belle Plain and Fredericksburg, VA, 1864.

Army of the Rio Grande, 1865.

Army of the Shenandoah, 1864-65; Army of the South, 1838-40; Army of Southeast
Missouri, 1862-63; Army of the Southwest, 1862; Army of Southwest Missouri,
1862; Army of the Southwestern Frontier, 1834-37.

Army of the Tennessee, 1864-65, and subordinate or related commands, including
District of West Tennessee, 1864.

Army of Utah, 1857.

Army of Virginia, 1862.

Army of the West, 1861; Army and District of West Tennessee, 1862, and
subordinate or related commands, including Districts of Corinth, Jackson, and
Memphis, 1862; Army of West Virginia, 1864-65.

Microfilm Publications: M1302.

Maps (29 items): Prepared by the Armies of the Cumberland, the James, the Ohio,
and the Potomac, 1862-65. SEE ALSO 393.17.

393.9 RECORDS OF ARMY CORPS (CIVIL WAR) 1861-66, 364 lin. ft.

Textual Records: Letters sent and received, endorsements, issuances, records of
staff offices and officers, and other records of (the):

Hancock's 1st Army Corps, 1864-66.  1st Army Corps, 1862-64.  2d Army Corps,
1862-65.  3d Army Corps, 1862-64.  4th Army Corps, 1862-65.  5th Army Corps,
1862-65.  6th Army Corps, 1862-65.

7th Army Corps, 1861-66, consolidated Department of Virginia and 7th Army Corps,
1861-63, consolidated Department of Arkansas and 7th Army Corps, 1864-65, and
subordinate or related commands, including District of Eastern Arkansas,
1864-65; District of the Frontier, 1864-65; Frontier District, 1865-66; District
of Little Rock, 1863-65; District of Northeastern Arkansas, 1863-64; White River
District, 1865-66; Frontier Division, 1864-65; Posts of Batesville, Brownsville,
De Vall's Bluff, Fayetteville, Huntersville, Jacksonport, Little Rock, Pine
Bluff, St. Charles, Fort Smith, and Van Buren, AR, 1864-65, and Fort Blunt,
Creek Nation, 1865; Provost Marshal field organizations, Fort Monroe and
Richmond, VA, 1861-63, and Little Rock, Mouth of White River, and Pine Bluff,
AR, 1864-65; and Military Prison, Norfolk, VA, 1862-63.

8th Army Corps, 1862-65, consolidated Middle Department and 8th Army Corps,
1862-65, and subordinate or related commands, including Railroad District, 1862;
District of Delaware, 1863-65; District of Eastern Shore of Maryland, 1864-65;
District of Delaware and Eastern Shore of Maryland, 1865; District of Western
Maryland, 1865; District of Baltimore, 1865-66; Defenses of the Upper Potomac,
1863; Provost Marshal field organizations, Annapolis, MD, 1861-65; and Tilton
General Hospital, Wilmington, DE, 1863-65.

9th Army Corps, 1862-65.

10th Army Corps, 1863-65, and subordinate or related commands, including Hilton
Head District, District of Florida, and Northern District, 1864; and U.S.
Forces, Beaufort, Folly Island, North End Folly Island, South End Folly Island,
Little Folly Island, Morris Island, St. Helena's Island, and Seabrook Island,
SC, 1863-64.

11th Army Corps, 1862-64.  12th Army Corps, 1862-64.

13th Army Corps, 1863-65, and subordinate or related commands, including
District of Eastern Arkansas, 1862-63; and Districts of Memphis, Corinth, and
Jackson, 1862.

14th Army Corps, 1862-65, and consolidated 14th Army Corps and Department of the
Cumberland, 1862.

15th Army Corps, 1863-65, and subordinate or related commands, including Office
of Military Governor, Arkansas, 1863; and Provost Marshal field organizations,
Fayetteville, AR, 1863.

16th Army Corps, 1862-65, and subordinate or related commands, including
District of Eastern Arkansas, 1863-64; District of West Tennessee, 1864;
Districts of Memphis, Corinth, and Jackson, 1863; Fort Pickering, Memphis, TN,
1862-63; and Provost Marshal field organizations, Bolivar, TN, 1862-63.

17th Army Corps, 1862-65, and subordinate or related commands, including
District of Corinth, 1862-63.

18th Army Corps, 1863-64, consolidated Department of North Carolina and 18th
Army Corps, 1862-63, consolidated Department of Virginia and North Carolina and
18th Army Corps, 1863-64, and subordinate or related commands, including
District of New Berne, 1863; District of Pamlico, 1863; District of North
Carolina, 1863-64; District of St. Mary's, 1863-64; U.S. Forces, Norfolk and
Portsmouth, Point of Rocks, and Yorktown, VA, 1863-64; Provost Marshal field
organizations, Camp Hamilton, Fort Monroe, Onancock, and Richmond, VA, 1863-64;
Military Prison, Norfolk, VA, 1864-65; and Camp of Distribution, Richmond, VA,
1863-65.

19th Army Corps, 1863-65.

20th Army Corps, 1863-65, and subordinate or related commands, including
District of Tennessee, 1864-65; and Provost Marshal field organizations, Fort
Donelson, Gallatin, and Nashville, TN, 1864-65.

21st Army Corps, 1863.

22d Army Corps, 1863-65, consolidated Department of Washington and 22d Army
Corps, 1864, and subordinate or related commands, including Military District of
Washington, 1864; District of St. Mary's, 1864-65; Defenses North and South of
the Potomac, 1863; Artillery Defenses of Alexandria, 1863; Provost Marshal field
organizations, District of St. Mary's, Defenses South of the Potomac, and
Alexandria, VA, 1863-65, and Districts of Washington and Patuxent, 1865;
Convalescent Camp (Rendezvous Distribution) and Camp Banks (Paroled and
Exchanged Prisoners), Alexandria, VA, 1863; Camp Parole, near Annapolis, MD,
1863-65; Campbell Hospital, DC, 1863-65; Office of Military Governor,
Alexandria, VA, 1863-65; Carroll Prison, Central Guard House, Old Capitol
Prison, and Forest Hall Prison, DC, 1863-65; Odd Fellows Hall Prison, Prince
Street Jail, and Washington Street Prison, Alexandria, VA, 1864-65; Camp Briggs
(Rendezvous for Drafted Men and Volunteers), Alexandria, VA, 1863-64; and
Soldiers Rest, Alexandria, VA, 1863-65.

23d Army Corps, 1863-65, and subordinate or related commands, including District
of South Central Kentucky, 1863-64, District of Southwest Kentucky, 1864,
Districts of Kentucky and East Tennessee, 1864-65; Post and Defenses of
Knoxville, TN, 1865; and Provost Marshal field organizations, Cadiz, KY, 1863.

24th Army Corps, 1864-65, and subordinate or related commands, including
District of Lynchburg, 1865.

25th Army Corps, 1864-66.

393.10 RECORDS OF EXPEDITIONS 1855-76, 1908, 6 lin. ft.

Textual Records: Letters sent and received, issuances, and reports; and records
of staff officers of (the):

Arkansas Expedition, 1863.

Banks' Expedition, 1862; Big Horn and Yellowstone Expedition, 1876; Black Hills
Expedition, 1874; Black Mountain Expeditionary Force, 1908; Burnside's
Expedition, 1862; Butler's Expedition, 1862.

Canyon City Road Expedition, 1865; Colorado Expedition, 1858-59.

Indian Expedition to South Kansas, 1862; Indian Territory Expedition, 1874-75.

Mississippi River Expedition and Army of the Mississippi, 1862-63; Modoc
Expedition, 1872-73.

Owens Lake (Owens River) Expedition, 1862.

Powder River Expedition, 1876.

Red River Expedition, 1864.

Sibley's Indian Expedition, 1862; Sioux Expedition, 1855-56; Sioux Expedition,
1874; South Carolina Expeditionary Corps, 1861-62; Southeastern Expedition,
1861.

Yazoo Expedition (W. T. Sherman), 1862-63; Yellowstone Expedition, 1872-73.

393.11 RECORDS OF U.S. FORCES AND TROOPS 1850-1911, 26 lin. ft.

393.11.1 Records of U.S. Forces

Textual Records: Letters sent and received, issuances, and reports; and records
of staff officers of the U.S. Forces:

Anderson Crossroads, TN, 1863; Athens, AL, 1863; Barrancas, FL, 1865; Baton
Rouge, LA, 1863; Battle Creek, TN, 1863; Beaufort, SC, 1863; Blakeley, AL, 1865;
Bowling Green, KY, 1862-65; Chambersburg, PA, 1863; Clarkesville, TX, 1865;
Clarksville, TN, 1862-64; Clarksville and Fort Donelson, TN, 1864-65; Columbia,
KY, 1863-64; Columbia, TN, 1863-65; Dauphine Island, AL, 1864-65; Defenses of
the Tennessee and Alabama Railroad, 1864-65; Demopolis, AL, 1865; De Vall's
Bluff on the White River, AR, 1864-65; Eastern Shore of Virginia, 1864-65;
Edisto Island, SC, 1862; Fort Fisher, NC, 1865; Folly Island, SC, including
North End Folly Island, South End Folly Island, and Folly Island, Northern
District, 1863-64; Gallatin, TN, 1864-65; Hilton Head, SC, 1862; Indianola, TX,
1865-66; James Island, SC, 1862; Johnson's Island, OH, 1864; Kansas and The
Territories, 1865-66; Kennerville, LA, 1865; Key West, FL, 1862-63; Key West and
Tortugas, FL, 1863; Lawrence, KS, 1865; Little Folly Island, SC, 1864;
Louisville and Nashville Railroad, TN, 1864-65; Matagorda Peninsula, TX, 1864;
Mobile Point, AL, 1864; Morganza, LA, 1865; Morris Island, SC, 1863-65;
Murfreesboro, TN, 1863-65; Natchez, MS, 1863-64; Norfolk and Portsmouth, VA,
1863-64; North Carolina, 1863; Northern Alabama, 1865; Paducah, KY, 1861-62;
Petersburg, VA, 1865; Palatka, FL, 1864; Point of Rocks, VA, 1864; Port Hudson,
LA, 1863-65; Portsmouth, VA, 1863-64; Fort Pulaski, GA, 1862; Pulaski, TN, 1864;
Rio Grande, TX, 1864; on the Rio Grande, TX, 1864-65; St. Helena's Island, SC,
1864; San Juan Island, 1865-72; Seabrook Island, SC, 1863; Trenton, TN, 1862;
Tullahoma, TN, 1864-65; Waukunah, FL, 1865; and Yorktown and Gloucester Point,
VA, 1864.

393.11.2 Records of U.S. Troops

Textual Records: Letters sent and received, issuances, and reports; and records
of staff officers of:

U.S. Troops, Apache District, AZ, 1881.

U.S. Troops, Belle Plain and Fredericksburg, VA, 1864.

U.S. Troops, Calexico, CA, 1911; Troops on the Caloosahatchie, FL, 1855-56; U.S.
Troops, Camp on Chilocco Creek, Indian Territory, 1885; Troops in the Field,
Colorado Territory, 1870.

U.S. Troops, Eastern Point, Gloucester, MA, 1864-65.

Detachment of U.S. Troops in Florida, 1850-58; Troops in Florida, 1850-56.

Troops on the Gila River, AZ, 1882; Troops in the Field on the Gila River, AZ,
1883.

U.S. Troops, Holbrook, AZ, 1882.

Troops in the Field with the Indian Commission (Fort Riley, Cottonwood Springs,
and on the Lower Arkansas, KS), 1865.

U.S. Troops, Jamestown Exposition, Norfolk, VA, 1907. 

Troops in Kansas, 1857-58.

U.S. Troops, Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, MO, 1903.

U.S. Troops, Miami and Johnson Counties, KS, 1865; U.S. Troops, Miners' Strikes
in Pennsylvania (Allegheny Arsenal, Pittsburgh; Reading; Scranton), 1877.

U.S. Troops, New York Harbor, 1862-63; U.S. Troops, New York City and Harbor,
1863-65.

U.S. Troops Operating Against the Chiricahua Indians, AZ, 1881.

U.S. Troops, St. Louis, MO, 1861; U.S. Troops, Southeastern Arizona, 1878-81.

U.S. Troops (Battalion Repairing Road), Between Camp Thomas and Fort Apache, AZ,
1881.

U.S. Troops, Uncompahgre Valley, CO, 1880.

U.S. Troops, District of the Verde, AZ, 1881.

U.S. Troops, Washington Territory (Green's Command, Winter's Command), 1879;
Troops in West Florida, 1862; U.S. Troops, White House, VA, 1864.

Microfilm Publications: M1084, M1090.

393.12 RECORDS OF PROVOST MARSHAL FIELD ORGANIZATIONS (CIVIL WAR) 1861-70, 73
lin. ft.

Textual Records: Letters sent and received, with registers; issuances;
telegrams; guard reports; registers of prisoners, arrests, passes, and oaths of
allegiance; proceedings; court cases; dockets; and other records of Provost
Marshal field organizations in the:

Defenses of New Orleans, 1863-64; Defenses South of the Potomac, 1862-65.

Department of the Gulf, 1862-66; Department of the Missouri, 1861-65.

District of Berkeley, 1867-68; Eastern Military District of South Carolina,
1865-66; District of Hilton Head, 1864-65; District of Huntsville, 1865;
District of Morganza, 1864-65; District of Northern Alabama, 1864-65; District
of Patuxent, 1865; District of Port Royal, 1865; District of St. Mary's,
1863-65; District of Washington, 1865; District of Wisconsin, 1862.

State of Louisiana, 1862-63; Louisiana parishes of Ascension, 1863-65,
Assumption, 1864-65, Iberville, 1863-65, Jefferson, 1862-65, La Fourche,
1864-65, Orleans, 1862-66, St. Charles, 1863-65, St. James and St. John the
Baptist, 1863-65, St. Landry, 1865, and St. Mary's, 1863-65.

Towns of, and posts at, Aiken, SC, 1867-68; Alexandria, VA, 1862-65; Annapolis,
MD, 1861-65; Athens, AL, 1864-65; Beaufort, SC, 1865-68; Bermuda Hundred, VA,
1864-65; Bolivar, TN, 1862-63; Brashear City, AL, 1863-65; Brownsboro, AL, 1865;
Cadiz, KY, 1863; Cedar Key, FL, n.d.; Charleston, WV, 1862-64; Chattanooga, TN,
1864-65; Chester, SC, 1866; Claysville, AL, 1864; Columbia, MO, 1862-63;
Decatur, AL, 1864-65; Fort Donelson, TN, 1862-65; Drummondtown, VA, 1863-65;
Fayetteville, AR, 1863-65; Fayetteville, NC, 1867-68; Fayetteville, WV, 1863-64;
Fernandina, FL, 1863-65; Frederick, MD, 1864-65; Fredericktown, MO, 1864;
Gallatin, TN, 1863-65; Camp Hamilton, VA, 1863-65; Herman, MO, 1863-64;
Huntsville, AL, 1864-65; Jacksonville, FL, 1864-65; Jefferson City, MO, 1862,
1864-65; Larkinsville, AL, 1864-65; Fort Leavenworth, KS, 1865; Lexington, KY,
1864-65; Little Rock, AR, 1863-65; Louisville, KY, 1861-66; Milican, TX, 1865;
Fort Monroe, VA, 1861-66; Mouth of White River, AR, 1864-65; Nashville, TN,
1863-66; Camp Nelson, KY, 1863-65; New Orleans, LA, 1862-68; Norfolk, VA,
1862-66; Onancock, VA, 1864-65; Oxford, MS, 1862; Paducah, KY, 1862-65;
Pensacola, FL, 1862-65; Petersburg, VA, 1865; Philadelphia, PA, 1864-65; Pine
Bluff, AR, 1864-65; Port Hudson, LA, 1863-66; Richmond, VA, 1862-66; St.
Augustine, FL, 1864-65; St. Charles, AR, 1865; St. Louis, MO, 1861-65;
Shelbyville, TN, 1864-65; Ship Island, MS, 1862-70; Springfield, TN, 1864-65;
Tuskegee, AL, 1865; Fort Union, NM, 1864-65; Van Buren, AR, 1864-65.

393.13 RECORDS OF MISCELLANEOUS CIVIL WAR INSTALLATIONS  1861-69, 72 lin. ft.

393.13.1 Records of camps of instruction

Textual Records: Letters sent and received, issuances, endorsements, registers
of arrivals and departures, and other records of the Artillery Camp of
Instruction, Camp Barry, DC, 1862-65; Artillery Camp of Instruction and
Artillery Reserves, Greenville, LA, 1864-65; and Cavalry Camp of Instruction and
Distribution, Greenville, LA, 1864-65.

393.13.2 Records of convalescent camps and barracks

Textual Records: Letters sent and received; endorsements; issuances; registers
of arrivals and departures, deserters, discharges, deaths, furloughs, prisoners
and guards, recruits and convalescents, and courts-martial; clothing accounts;
morning reports; name lists of personnel; and other records of the Convalescent
Camp, Alexandria, VA, 1862-65; Convalescent Camp near Fort Barnard, VA, 1862;
Convalescent Camp near Ellsworth, VA, 1862-63; Convalescent Camp, Gallatin, TN,
1862-64; Convalescent Barracks, Louisville, KY, 1862-66; and Convalescent
Barracks, Nashville, TN, 1862-63.

393.13.3 Records of camps of distribution

Textual Records: Letters sent and received, with registers; endorsements;
issuances; lists of troops arriving and departing, and enlisted men, refugees,
and rebel deserters detained; and other records of the Camp of Distribution,
Alexandria, VA, 1862-64; Camp of Distribution, Mobile, AL, 1865; Distribution
Camp, New Orleans, LA, 1864-66; and Camp of Distribution, Richmond, VA, 1864-65.

393.13.4 Records of invalid camps

Textual Records: Letters sent and special orders issued by the Camp of the
Invalid Corps, Harrisburg, PA, 1863; Invalid Camp, Louisville, KY, 1863-64; and
Invalid Corps, Camp Anderson, DC, 1863.

393.13.5 Records of parole camps

Textual Records: Letters sent and received, issuances, telegrams, lists of
arrivals and departures, and other records of Camp Banks (Paroled and Exchanged
Prisoners), Alexandria, VA, 1862-63; Camp Parole (near Annapolis), MD, 1863-65;
Parole Camp, VA, 1863; and Camp Parole (near West Chester), PA, 1863.

393.13.6 Records of other camps

Textual Records: Letters and telegrams sent, registers of letters received,
issuances, lists of arrivals and departures, and other records of the Remount
Camp, Pleasant Valley, MD, 1863-65. Issuances and descriptive lists of the Camp
of Stragglers, Alexandria, VA, 1862.

393.13.7 Records of defenses

Textual Records: Letters and telegrams sent; letters received, with registers;
general and special orders; registers of courts-martial; records of staff
officers, and other records of the:

Defenses of Bermuda Hundred, VA, 1864-65.

Defenses of Harpers Ferry, consisting of garrison at Pleasant Valley, MD, 1862;
Defenses and Military District of Harpers Ferry, 1864-65.

Defenses of the Nashville and Chattanooga Railroad, 1864-65, and subordinate or
related commands, including Tullahoma and Murfreesboro, TN, 1864-65; Defenses of
New Berne, NC, 1865; Defenses of New Orleans, 1863-65, and subordinate or
related commands, including Provost Marshal field organizations, 1863-65;
Defenses of Norfolk and Portsmouth, VA, 1864-65.

Defenses of Washington, 1862-69, and subordinate or related commands, including
Defenses North of the Potomac, 1862-63; Defenses South of the Potomac, 1863;
Defenses of the Upper Potomac, 1863; Military Defenses, Southwest Potomac, 1862;
Artillery Defenses of Alexandria, VA, 1862-63; Provost Marshal field
organizations, Alexandria VA, 1862-63, and South of the Potomac, 1862-65;
Convalescent Camp (Rendezvous Distribution) and Camp Banks (Paroled and
Exchanged Prisoners), Alexandria, VA, 1863; Office of Military Governor,
Alexandria, VA, 1862-63; Carroll Prison, Central Guard House, Forest Hall
Prison, and Old Capitol Prison, DC, 1862-63; garrison of Washington, 1865-69;
Soldiers Rest, Alexandria, VA, 1862-66; and posts at Camp Anderson, Camp Barry,
Camp Buford, Fort Bunker Hill, Carver Barracks, Cliffburn Barracks, Gloucester
Point, Depot Camp Meridian Hill, Camp Ohio, and Camp Stoneman, DC, Camp Bailey
and Camp Ripley, MD, and Camp Casey, Fort Cass, Ellsworth, Fort Ethan Allen,
Fort Lyon, Fort Marcy, Camp Winfield Scott, and Fort Worth, VA, 1862-65.

393.13.8 Records of cavalry depots and depot camps

Textual Records: Letters and endorsements sent and received, issuances, guard
reports, and other records of the Cavalry Depot, Department of Arkansas,
1864-65; Cavalry Depot, Camp Buford, DC, 1863; Cavalry Depot, Giesboro Point,
DC, 1863; Cavalry Depot and Camp of Instruction, St. Louis, MO, 1864; Cavalry
Depot, Camp Smith, TN, 1864; Depot Camp, Meridian Hill, DC, 1863; Depot Camp,
Veteran Reserve Corps, Cliffburn Barracks, DC, 1863-65; Invalid Corps Depot
(Camp Perkins, Perkins Barracks), Hartford, CT, 1863-66; and Recruiting Depot,
New Orleans, LA, 1864-65.

393.13.9 Records of hospitals

Textual Records: Letters sent and received, with registers; endorsements;
telegrams; lists of patients admitted; guard reports; and other records of the
hospital in Cambridge, MA, 1861-62; Campbell Hospital, DC, 1862-65; Hospital
Dupuy, Giesboro Point, DC, 1863-64; Haddington General Hospital, Philadelphia,
PA, 1864-65; McPherson Hospital, Vicksburg, MS, 1865; Tilton General Hospital,
Wilmington, DE, 1863-65; and Turners Lane Hospital, Philadelphia, PA, 1864-65.

393.13.10 Records of the Offices of Military Governors

Textual Records: Letters sent and received, with registers; telegrams;
issuances; registers of court-martial cases; and other records of the Office of
Military Governor, Alexandria, 1862-65; Office of Military Governor, Arkansas,
1862-63; and Office of Military Governor, Louisiana, 1862-63.

393.13.11 Records of prisons

Textual Records: Letters sent and received, issuances, lists and registers of
prisoners, morning and guard reports, and other records of Baronne Street
Prison, New Orleans, LA, 1864-65; Carondelet Street Prison, New Orleans, LA,
1865; Carroll Prison, DC, 1863-65; Castle Thunder Prison, Richmond, VA, 1865-67;
Central Guard House, DC, 1862-65; Forest Hall Prison, DC, 1862-65; Julia Street
Prison, New Orleans, LA, 1865; Libby Prison, Richmond, VA, 1864-68; Military
Prison, New Orleans, LA, 1866-68; Military Prison, Norfolk, VA, 1862-66; Myrtle
Street Prison, St. Louis, MO, 1862-64; Odd Fellows Hall Prison, Alexandria, VA,
1864-65; Old Capitol Prison, DC, 1862-65; Prince Street Jail, Alexandria, VA,
1864-65; and Washington Street Prison, Alexandria, VA, 1864-65.

393.13.12 Records of rendezvous

Textual Records: Letters sent and received, endorsements, issuances, reports,
and other records of the Rendezvous for Drafted Men and Volunteers, Camp Briggs,
Alexandria, VA, 1863-64; Draft Rendezvous and Depot, Boston, MA, 1863-66; Draft
Rendezvous, Concord, NH, 1863-65; and Colored Recruiting Rendezvous, New Berne,
NC, 1864.

393.13.13 Records of soldiers' homes and rests

Textual Records: Registers of arrivals and departures of soldiers, and other
records of the Soldiers Home, Indianapolis, IN, 1862-66, and Soldiers Rest,
Alexandria, VA, 1862-66. 

393.14 RECORDS OF MILITARY (RECONSTRUCTION) DISTRICTS 1867-71, 33 lin. ft.

Textual Records: Letters sent and received, issuances, reports, returns, and
other records of the:

1st Military District, 1867-70, and subordinate or related commands, including
District and Subdistrict of Lynchburg, 1866-69; District and Subdistrict of
Petersburg, 1866-68; Subdistrict of Alexandria, 1867-68; Libby Prison, Richmond,
VA, 1867-68; and posts at Camp Hamilton, VA, 1867-69, Lexington, VA, 1868,
Marion, VA, 1868-69, and Norfolk, VA, 1867-70.

2d Military District, 1867-68, and subordinate or related commands, including
Provost Marshal field organizations, District of Berkeley, and posts at Aiken,
SC, Beaufort, SC, and Fayetteville, NC, 1867-68; and posts at Greensboro, NC,
Greenville, SC, Newberry, SC, Plymouth, NC, Salisbury, NC, Smithville, NC,
Unionville, SC, and Wilmington, NC, 1867, and Beaufort, SC, Charlotte, NC,
Fayetteville, NC, Goldsboro, NC, Fort Johnson, NC, New Berne, NC, and
Wilmington, NC, 1867-68.

3d Military District, 1867-68, and subordinate or related commands, including
Districts of Florida and Georgia, 1867-68; Subdistricts of Florida and Georgia,
1868; and posts at Athens, GA, 1867, and Dahlonega, GA, Jacksonville, FL, Fort
Marion (St. Augustine), FL, Rome, GA, Selma, AL, and Tallahassee, FL, 1867-68.

4th Military District, 1867-70, and subordinate or related commands, including
District and Subdistrict of Arkansas, 1867-68; Subdistrict of Mississippi,
1867-68; and posts at Holly Springs, MS, 1867-69, and Vicksburg, MS, 1867-70.

5th Military District, 1867-68, 1868-70, and subordinate or related commands,
including Subdistrict of Brazos, 1869-70.

Military District of Georgia, 1870-71.

Microfilm Publications: M1165, M1193.

393.15 RECORDS OF OTHER COMMANDS 1819-77, 86 lin. ft.

Textual Records: Records of the Kansas Brigade, 1861. Records of the Marine
Artillery, 1862-63. Records of the Invalid Corps and Veteran Reserve Corps,
Nashville, TN, 1863-65. Records of General Stoneman's Command, 1865. Records of
the Military Command of North Carolina, 1866-67. Records of the Yellowstone
Command, 1876-77. Records of various commanding officers, 1819-26, 1862-64.
General records, 1821-65 and n.d.

393.16 ADJUTANT GENERAL OFFICE "INDEXES" undated, 3 lin. ft.

Textual Records: Lists, prepared by the Adjutant General's Office, of volumes
containing records of geographical departments and divisions and their
subcommands; records of the 1st-6th, 8th-21st, and 23d-25th Army Corps; and
records of the 1st-5th Military (Reconstruction) Districts, n.d.

393.17 CARTOGRAPHIC RECORDS (GENERAL)
SEE Maps UNDER 393.2, 393.4, and 393.8.
SEE Architectural and Engineering Plans UNDER 393.7.

393.18 STILL PICTURES (GENERAL)
SEE Photographic Prints UNDER 393.7.
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