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  1. Military Units and Formations of the Union Army: United States Colored Troops, Veteran Reserve Corps, United States Volunteers
  2. [Burial lists of members of Union and Confederate military units by Sherman Lee Pompey, 1971
  3. Military Units and Formations of the Soviet Union: Spetsnaz, Mechanized Corps, Russian Commando Frogmen, Leningrad Narodnoe Opolcheniye Army
  4. Military Units and Formations of the Soviet Union in World War Ii: Long Range Aviation, Narodnoe Opolcheniye, 1st Air Army
  5. TENNESSEANS IN THE CIVIL WAR: A Military History of Confederate and Union Units with Available Rosters of Personnel. by Stanley F., et al. Horn, 1964
  6. Tennesseans in the Civil War, Part I: A Military History of the Confederate and Union Units With Available Rosters of Personnel by Historical Commission Tennessee, 1971-10-31
  7. Tennesseans in the Civil War: Part 2;A Military History of Confederate and Union Units With Available Rosters of Personnel by Historical Commission Tennessee, 1981-06-30
  8. The Boys of Adams' Battery G: The Civil War Through the Eyes of a Union Light Artillery Unit by Robert Grandchamp, 2009-08-06
  9. Military Units and Formations of the Russian Empire: Streltsy
  10. Lists of Military Units and Formations of World War Ii: List of Soviet Union Divisions 1917-1945, List of German Divisions in World War Ii
  11. Military Units and Formations Established in 1861: 11th Infantry Regiment, 14th Infantry Regiment, Union Army Balloon Corps
  12. Louisiana Union Army Regiments: List of Louisiana Union Civil War Units
  13. Otakar Jaro?: Czechs, Czechoslovak Military Units on Eastern Front, Battle of Sokolovo, Hero of the Soviet Union, Louny, Bohemia, Austria?Hungary
  14. Orders of Chivalry, Foreign Decorations and Awards to Natal, Cape Colony and Union Defence Force Units, 1877-1961 by D.R. Forsyth, 1991-10

61. Family Tree Magazine
Missouri's union Provost Marshal Papers 18611866 Search Missouri's provost marshal Colleaguesboasts a searchable database of 5,187 military units in several

62. Conscientious Objectors In Prison World-wide
After the collapse of the Soviet union, new independent states have been In many cases,they flee from their military units and become deserters, wanted by the
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63. Arkansas History Commission & State Archives Preserves Arkansas History
also Alabama Arizona units). union service records, Arkansas. Index to Arkansasunion service records (Herndon's). General index to US military pensions, 1861
German POW Camp located at Camp Joseph T. Robinson, Arkansas, August-December 1943. W hile the only Arkansas History Commission materials you can access online are selected photographs available through the Stage One Digitization Project, selected bibliographies and databases can help you better prepare for your trip to our Research Room. Online forms can enable you to order materials for which you have specific bibliographic information (i.e., specific name, specific record, specific record, exact page number, etc.).
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64. NATO Handbook: Implementation Of The Petersberg Tasks
The Western European union (WEU Accordingly, the military units and command structuresdesignated by WEU members and associate members can be made available to
Updated: 04-Oct-2001 NATO Publications Info Chapter 15: The Wider Institutional Framework for Security The Western European Union (WEU) Implementation of the Petersberg Tasks Other measures aimed at developing the WEU's operational capabilities included the establishment of the Satellite Centre in Torrejon, Spain, inaugurated in April 1993, to interpret and analyse satellite data for the verification of arms control agreement, crisis monitoring and management in support of WEU operations; the creation of a Situation Centre (which became operational in June 1996) to monitor crisis areas designated by the WEU Council and the progress of WEU operations; and the creation of a Military Delegates Committee and the reorganisation of the military structure of the WEU headquarters in 1998, in accordance with decisions taken by WEU Ministers at their meetings in Paris and Erfurt in May and November of 1997. Cooperation between the Western European Union and NATO underpinned the process of the reactivation of the WEU and became progressively more intensive and more frequent. On 21 May 1992, the Council of the Western European Union held its first formal meeting with the

65. NATO Handbook: The Western European Union (WEU)
their preparedness to make available military units from the their conventional armedforces for military tasks under the Treaty of European union) occurred in
Updated: 04-Nov-2002 NATO Publications Info Chapter 15: The Wider Institutional Framework for Security The Western European Union (WEU) The Western European Union has existed since 1954 and today includes 10 European countries Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, Spain and the United Kingdom. It has a Council and Secretariat formerly located in London and based in Brussels since January 1993, and a Parliamentary Assembly in Paris. The WEU has its origins in the Brussels Treaty of Economic, Social and Cultural Collaboration and Collective Self-Defence of 1948, signed by Belgium, France, Luxembourg, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. With the signature of the North Atlantic Treaty in 1949, the exercise of the military responsibilities of the Brussels Treaty Organisation or Western Union was transferred to the North Atlantic Alliance. Under the Paris Agreements of 1954, the Federal Republic of Germany and Italy acceded to the Brussels Treaty and the Organisation was renamed the Western European Union. The latter continued in being in order to fulfil the conditions and tasks laid down in the Paris Agreements. The Western European Union was reactivated in 1984 with a view to developing a "common European defence identity" through cooperation among its members in the security field and strengthening the European pillar of the North Atlantic Alliance.

66. Nebraskans In The Civil War
Details Civil War Veterans who lived and/or died in Nebraska. Includes Grand Army of The Republic Category Regional North America Society and Culture Genealogy...... Veterans of NEBRASKA military units buried in OKLAHOMA. State University, TX (forother states and other unit histories, both Confederate union try here
Resource Center, Military
Last Charge at Gettysburg Grand Army of the Republic
GAR (Grand Army of the Republic) Homepage

Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War

The Civil War Home Page
Confederate Pension Records
National Archives site
Civil War Records
National Archives site
Military Service Records on Microfilm
National Archives site
Civil War Unit Bibliographies
Taken from Cemetery lists, 1890 Vet Census (Federal), 1893 NE Census of Veterans (thanks to Lynn) and the Andreas History of NE. This will help you learn where your veteran appears on NEGenWeb. Once you know the "where" use the links below.
450 additional names - Jan 2000; plus 130 more May 2000. 190 added May 2001. About 1500 added to index - Jul 2002.
B C D ... Calculate a Soundex for your Surname See links below that will take you to the 1893 NE Vets Census and to Andreas History of Nebraska, 1882. If the title of some other book is referenced in relation to your veteran, please see the NEGenWeb Project OLLibrary NEGenWeb Project OOPS! page

67. A Guide To Military Organizations And Installations North Carolina 1861-1 </b> </b> </a><br> Section IIa Company Organization of NC units. Section III - union Regiments.Section IV -military Installations. Section V -Abbreviations. EPILOGUE.<br><font color = "#339966"> </font></small></font></td></tr><tr><td><table cellpadding=30 border=1 cellspacing=0 width="100%" ><tr><td><small><font face=arial><b>A Guide <br>to <br>Military Organizations <br>and Installations <br>North Carolina 1861-1865 The documentation of military affairs in North Carolina during the period 1861-1865 has been more thoroughly presented than perhaps any other state. While the works of Clark, Moore and later, Bradley were prominent in the documentation of North Carolina military units, the inspiration and dedication of one man was the impetus for the epic series, <i>North Carolina Troops-A Roster 1861-1865 </i>. Louis Manarin became the editor of this series based upon work he performed on, <i>Wartime Papers of R.E. Lee, </i>compiled by former N.C. Governor, Jim Holshouser. Prior to becoming editor of the first three volumes of "NC Troops-A Roster", he researched NC Troops and compiled a paper describing the units and designations. His undated paper (circa. 1960) became the basis for the development of ROSTER. To Louis Manarin, military scholars, far and wide, owe a great debt of thanks TABLE of CONTENTS <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>PREFACE</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>INTRODUCTION</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Section I</font></a> - Numerical Designations of Confederate Organizations <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Section II</font></a> - Local Designations of Confederate Units <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Section IIa</font></a> - Company Organization of NC Units <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Section III</font></a> - Union Regiments <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Section IV</font></a> -Military Installations <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Section V</font></a> -Abbreviations <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>EPILOGUE</font></a> <br> Care to play DIXIE?</font></small></td><tr></table></td></tr></table> <P><table cellpadding=5 border=0 cellspacing=0 width="80%" ><tr valign=top ><td><small><font face=arial></a><b>68. <A HREF="" target=_blank>The Defence Of The Achievements Of Socialism In The Great Patriotic War </b> </b> </a><br> district committees of the Communist Party of the Soviet union in territories Visitorscan see here banners awarded collectives and military units in the name<br><font color = "#339966"> </font></small></font></td></tr><tr><td><table cellpadding=30 border=1 cellspacing=0 width="100%" ><tr><td><small><font face=arial><h5>The Defence of the Achievements of Socialism in the Great Patriotic War (1941-1945) <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc></h5>Index Lenin Museum</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br> years</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Revolution</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br> October 1917</font></a> ... <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>Last Year</font></a> (December 1922 - January 1924) <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>Mourning Hall</font></a> <br> The Great <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Ideological Legacy</font></a> <br> The Victory of <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Socialism</font></a> in the Soviet Union (1925-1941 ) <br> Leniniana. <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Exibitions</font></a> Throwing down the fascist banners to the <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Lenin mausoleum</font></a> The exposition begins with two documents from two different years: <br> and the other is a directive from the Council of People's Commissars and the Central Committee of the All-Union Communist Party (Bolsheviks) addressed to the Party and Soviet organisations in the frontline regions on June 29, 1941. These documents are directly connected: in a critical time for the Motherland, the Communist Party and the Soviet Government, guided by Lenin's teaching on the defence of the socialist society, turned to the people with the appeal to rise to the struggle with the enemy. The famous placard, "Your Mother-Country is Calling!", from the years of the war, by artist I.Toidze, is displayed on the central wall. An issue of the newspaper <i>Pravda </i> of July 3,1941 with the speech of J.V.Stalin, Chairman of the State Defence Committee, documentary photographs, "Columns of Infantry on the Road to the Front, June 1941", and "Military Parade in Moscow, November 7, 1941", are among the exhibit items here.</font></small></td><tr></table></td></tr></table> <P><table cellpadding=5 border=0 cellspacing=0 width="80%" ><tr valign=top ><td><small><font face=arial></a><b>69. <A HREF="" target=_blank>LA NUEVA CUBA </b> </b> </a><br> specialized in creating elite antiterrorist military units that also These unitsare equipped with the necessary medical were members of the exSoviet union.<br><font color = "#339966"> </font></small></font></td></tr><tr><td><table cellpadding=30 border=1 cellspacing=0 width="100%" ><tr><td><small><font face=arial><b>Alex Picarq Evi Jimenez Roberto A. Solera MILITARY DELEGATION FROM COMMUNIST CHINA ARRIVES IN CUBA <br>By Máximo Tomás <br> Investigative Department <br> Translation: <br> Roberto A. Solera <br> Sub-Director <br> La Nueva Cuba <br> Marzo 15, 2003 </b> </b> <br>A military delegation from Communist China, led by Division General Qian Shu Gen, sub chief of the Chinese General High Command, arrived in Cuba this past Thursday. Accompanying Shu Gen were Major General Chan Wan Quan, chief of staff of the Lanzhou Military Zone; Major General Fan Xia Guang, chief of the General High Command Department of Mobilizations; Colonel Lin Ba Chua, army-navy-air force military attaché to the People’s Republic of China embassy in Havana; Colonel Li Ji, assistant chief for the Americas and South Pacific Section of the External Affairs Office of the Defense Ministry, and other high officials. Present to greet them were Division General Leonardo Andolio Valdés, second chief of staff of the Cuban Revolutionary Armed Forces (FAR); Brigade General Arnaldo Tamayo Méndez, chief of the Foreign Relations Department of the Ministry of the Revolutionary Armed Forces (MINFAR), and Wang Zhi Guan, extraordinary and plenipotentiary ambassador of the People’s Republic of China embassy in Cuba. The arrival of the military delegation ratifies the ties, which grow closer each day, between Beijing’s military apparatus and Havana’s regime. The presence of these high military commanders, assigned to the largest military region in China, is very significant, and a series of antecedents might shed some additional light as to the real reason for their visit to Cuba.</font></small></td><tr></table></td></tr></table> <P><table cellpadding=5 border=0 cellspacing=0 width="80%" ><tr valign=top ><td><small><font face=arial></a><b>70. <A HREF="" target=_blank>Exploring Florida 1845-1865 Web Sites </b> </b> </a><br> fl/fl003.html A short description of the union Army's victory at St Florida CivilWar military units http//<br><font color = "#339966"> </font></small></font></td></tr><tr><td><table cellpadding=30 border=1 cellspacing=0 width="100%" ><tr><td><small><font face=arial><a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Home</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Web Sites</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Site Map</font></a> <h5>Florida Web Sites: 1845 - 1865 <br></h5> Many of the following Web sites will be of interest to Florida educators. Please be aware that links may change at any time, and that neither the Florida Center for Instructional Technology nor the Florida Department of Education is responsible for the content of external Web sites. You will need to use your browser's back button to return to Exploring Florida, or better yet, set a bookmark to Exploring Florida before leaving the site. <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br><ul><li>Civil War</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Forts</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Slavery</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Statehood</font></a> </li></ul><h5>Civil War <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc></h5>1st Florida Volunteer Infantry</font></a> <br> <br> An informative site about the 1st Florida Volunteer Infantry. Includes a list of the member companies and their county of origin. The 1st Florida Volunteer Infantry fought in every major conflict in which the Confederate Army of Tennesseee was engaged. The site also includes a list of these engagements and which army they were in at the time. <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Battle of Fort Brooke</font></a> <br></font></small></td><tr></table></td></tr></table> <P><table cellpadding=5 border=0 cellspacing=0 width="80%" ><tr valign=top ><td><small><font face=arial></a><b>71. <A HREF="" target=_blank> </b> </b> </a><br> 956pm » Combat units cross into Iraq amid efforts to Distant conflict casts pallover WMass From military jets at Get All Of Today's News From The unionNews.<br><font color = "#339966"> </font></small></font></td></tr><tr><td><table cellpadding=30 border=1 cellspacing=0 width="100%" ><tr><td><small><font face=arial><a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br><b>NEWSPAPER SEARCH</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>FIND A BUSINESS</font></a> </b> </b> <h5> WAR IN IRAQ <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc></h5><b>Symbolic hit</font></a> Marines and Iraqis topple giant Hussein statue in Baghdad to celebrate of apparent end of rule. <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc> </b> </b> The Republican coverage</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>Talk war in special forum</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><h5>More coverage</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc></h5>Latest developments</font></a> ... <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>War in Iraq weblog</font></a> <br><b>Latest War in Iraq News <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc> </b> </b> <br>Muslim volunteers from outside Iraq among the last fighters</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>Rumsfeld accuses Syria of aiding Saddam regime</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>Rumsfeld says military tasks include recovering POWs, finding illegal Iraq arms</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>More Stories</font></a> ... <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>Agawam native takes mike at Fenway</font></a> <br>Carl Beane debuts Friday as the public-address announcer for Boston Red Sox home games. <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><b>Red Sox Forum</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc> </b> </b> - Give your shout-outs to Beane</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>South Hadley couple files suit over golf course</font></a> Couple abutting golf course allege negligent planning and design, libel by former town official and civil rights violations. <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><b>South Hadley Forum</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc> </b> </b> - Talk about the suit</font></a> <h5>Local News <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc></h5>Street lights going out with safety in mind</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Tour shows Putnam school in bad shape</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Bulger launches UMass ad campaign</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>More Stories</font></a> ... <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Local News Forums</font></a> <h5>Sports <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc></h5>Agawam staying on serve in its fifth season</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Bentley rookie right on track</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Beane's got mike for Sox</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>More Stories</font></a> ... <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Sports Forums</font></a> <h5>Business <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc></h5>Business confidence edges higher</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>State's economy sputters along</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>More Stories</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Business Forum</font></a> ... <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><b>Get All Of Today's News From The The Republican</font></a> </b> </b> <h5>Local <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc></h5>Lottery giant sells headquarters, relocates to Providence</font></a></font></small></td><tr></table></td></tr></table> <P><table cellpadding=5 border=0 cellspacing=0 width="80%" ><tr valign=top ><td><small><font face=arial></a><b>72. <A HREF="" target=_blank>TENNESSEE CIVIL WAR RESEARCH </b> </b> </a><br> Provides information on sources that are available for research on Civil War soldiers in Tennessee Category Regional North America History Civil War...... of the Official Records of the union and Confederate The index includes names, placesand units. military Bibliography of the Civil War by CE Dornbusch (New <br><font color = "#339966"> </font></small></font></td></tr><tr><td><table cellpadding=30 border=1 cellspacing=0 width="100%" ><tr><td><small><font face=arial><h5>Tennessee State Library and Archives </h5><h5>Historical and Genealogical Information </h5>TENNESSEE CIVIL WAR RESEARCH SOURCES Literally hundreds of sources are available for research on Civil War soldiers and related topics. The sources listed below are the most frequently used to locate information about Tennesseeans. Published sources can be checked and copies sent to you. Send $3 and the name of your soldier to: <b>Tennessee State Library and Archives <br> 403 7th Avenue North <br> Nashville, TN 37243-0312 </b> </b> Specify which sources you would like us to check. Non-residents of Tennessee should write the National Archives for copies of service records. All researchers should write the National Archives for Union pension records. The address is: <b>National Archives and Records Service <br> Washington, DC, 20408 SERVICE RECORDS </b> </b> <ul><li><i>Tennesseans in the Civil War </i></ul> (Nashville: Civil War Centennial Commission, 1964) 2 volumes Volume 1. Brief histories of each Tennessee unit in the Civil War. The information about the place of residence of most soldiers in each company is often useful. This information can help you distinguish between two soldiers of the same name who served in different units. This volume also includes a list of the units from each county. Volume 2. Two alphabetical lists of soldiers Confederate and Union. Compiled from service records, muster rolls, newspapers published during the war, and other sources. Once a name and unit are identified, copies of an individual's service record can be located.</font></small></td><tr></table></td></tr></table> <P><table cellpadding=5 border=0 cellspacing=0 width="80%" ><tr valign=top ><td><small><font face=arial></a><b>73. <A HREF="" target=_blank>All Products Certification Databases Games Graphics Hardware </b> </b> </a><br> Norse Culture Cultural Differences Major Gods Minor Gods military units CHAPTER SIX CHAPTERNINE Missions 2532 Walkthrough Welcoming Committee union The Well<br><font color = "#339966"> </font></small></font></td></tr></table> <P><table cellpadding=5 border=0 cellspacing=0 width="80%" ><tr valign=top ><td><small><font face=arial></a><b>74. <A HREF="" target=_blank>Top Brass Implicated In Attack On Union Leader </b> </b> </a><br> the leader of the public sector workers trade union FENALTRASE attempt to assassinatehim was organised by military intelligence units attached to<br><font color = "#339966"> </font></small></font></td></tr><tr><td><table cellpadding=30 border=1 cellspacing=0 width="100%" ><tr><td><small><font face=arial><i>News Agency New Colombia </i><br><b>Associated member of FELAP - Latin American Federation of Journalists <a target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br></font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc></font></a> Top brass implicated in attack on union leader </b> </b> <br>In an interview with ANNCOL a former Colombian military intelligence officer explains who was behind the December 2000 assassination attempt of trade union leader Wilson Borja: Three top generals including Military Commander Gen. Mora <br><b>19.12.2002 (By Alfredo Castro, ANNCOL Bogota) </b> </b> In December 2000 a group of gunmen attempted to assassinate Wilson Borja the leader of the public sector workers trade union FENALTRASE. He was seriously injured and nearly died although those responsible have not been punished and are today freely walking the streets of Colombia. ANNCOL recently spoke to a former member of Colombian military intelligence who has decided to name those responsible: <br>(For reasons of security the name of the former officer has been changed) <br><b>ANNCOL: <br>Guillermo: </b> </b> <br>Specifically the man responsible for planning the operation was Major Cesar Alonso Maldonado of 13th Brigade military intelligence and it was he who gave the orders to the assassins by mobile telephone. Many other lower ranking officers and some professional soldiers were involved in planning the operation although it was Maldonado who was in charge.</font></small></td><tr></table></td></tr></table> <P><table cellpadding=5 border=0 cellspacing=0 width="80%" ><tr valign=top ><td><small><font face=arial></a><b>75. <A HREF="" target=_blank>Beginner's Guide To Family History Research- Ch. 7 </b> </b> </a><br> When you have an idea what units were raised name as your ancestor in military records Understandably,union military records are more complete than Confederate<br><font color = "#339966"> </font></small></font></td></tr><tr><td><table cellpadding=30 border=1 cellspacing=0 width="100%" ><tr><td><small><font face=arial>Beginner's Guide to Family History Research - Chapter 7 <h5>Military Records </h5>As you research your ancestors back through time, consider their participation in wars. Remember, you are searching for circumstances and events that created records with genealogical value. Military service often creates two kinds of records: service and benefits from having served. The National Archives in Washington, DC, is the largest repository of military records in the United States. An entire microfilm catalog is devoted to military records. Copies of those microfilm publications have been distributed throughout the United States and are available at major libraries with genealogical collections. <h5>A Starting Point </h5>Read a basic United States history text to learn more about the wars in which our country has been involved. Our government began with a war, the American Revolution, 1776-1783. We fought Great Britain again in 1812 and lost many records in a fire in Washington DC, the nation's new capital. In the early 19th century, we fought a series of wars with various Indian tribes. In 1846-1848, we fought a war with Mexico over Texas' entry into the union. The bloodiest of all our wars was the War Between the States or Civil War, fought between 1861 and 1865. We participated in the Spanish-American War in 1898, a war for independence for Cuba and the Philippines. World War I, once called the Great War, involved the United States in 1917 and 1918. 'Modern' wars, World War II, Korea, and Vietnam, are within living memory of many Americans.</font></small></td><tr></table></td></tr></table> <P><table cellpadding=5 border=0 cellspacing=0 width="80%" ><tr valign=top ><td><small><font face=arial></a><b>76. <A HREF="" target=_blank>Musselman Library - Research Help - Topics - Civil War Era Studies - Microforms </b> </b> </a><br> Compiled Records Showing military units in Volunteer union Organizations MicrofilmE 494 .C67 14 reels Note Card abstracts containing information relating to<br><font color = "#339966"> </font></small></font></td></tr><tr><td><table cellpadding=30 border=1 cellspacing=0 width="100%" ><tr><td><small><font face=arial><a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Musselman Library</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Research Help</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Topics</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc> Civil War Era Studies</font></a> <br><b>Civil War Era Studies Library Resources - Microforms </b> </b> Microfilm, microfiche, and microcards are <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>located on the ground floor of the Library</font></a> . Reader/printers are nearby. Jump To: <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>African-American Studies</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Other CWE Materials</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Civil War Studies</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Women's Studies</font></a> <br><b>African-American Studies <ul><li> </b> </b> <br> Microfiche E 449 <br>Finding tool: <i>Slavery: Source Material and Critical Literature: A List of Microfiche Editions </i> is available in the Reference Collection at HT 861 .S6 1986 <br><b>Federal Slave Narratives </b> </b> <br> Microfilm E 444 .F27 <br> 4 reels (reels #2-#5) <br>Note: Folk history of slavery in the United States from interviews with former slaves <br> Microfilm E 185.2 .U55</font></small></td><tr></table></td></tr></table> <P><table cellpadding=5 border=0 cellspacing=0 width="80%" ><tr valign=top ><td><small><font face=arial></a><b>77. <A HREF="" target=_blank>Florida Bureau Of Archives Records Management About The Bureau </b> </b> </a><br> Series 989 Compiled military Service Records of General and Staff Officers From Photostaticcopies of the muster rolls of Florida units, the originals union.<br><font color = "#339966"> </font></small></font></td></tr><tr><td><table cellpadding=30 border=1 cellspacing=0 width="100%" ><tr><td><small><font face=arial>The Florida State Archives maintains a large collection of records relating to Florida's role in the military history of the United States. Of particular interest to genealogists as well as historians are military records that provide information on individuals who served in the armed forces during our country's various wars. The Florida State Archives has service records and pension records for many other states on microfilm. These cannot be researched by staff due to the limited number of staff members, however, they are available to all patrons who visit the archives. <br><b>REVOLUTIONARY WAR <br> </b> </b> During the American Revolution east and west Florida were British royal colonies. Unlike their thirteen neighbors to the north however, the Florida colonies remained loyal to the crown. During the Revolution the Floridas served as a haven for southern loyalists. Several skirmishes were fought along the Georgia-Florida border, and Pensacola was captured by Spanish forces. <br> Because the Revolution took place prior to the American acquisition of Florida, the Archives contains no original archival or manuscript material relating to this conflict. The Archives does have a variety of published books in its Genealogical Collection pertaining to the Revolution, including printed soldiers' rosters from several states and an index to Revolutionary War pension applications (the originals of which are in the National Archives). Additionally, the Archives houses a set of the National Archives Microfilm Publication M804/805: "Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, 1800-1900."</font></small></td><tr></table></td></tr></table> <P><table cellpadding=5 border=0 cellspacing=0 width="80%" ><tr valign=top ><td><small><font face=arial></a><b>78. <A HREF="" target=_blank>National Civil War Association </b> </b> </a><br> California based living history group representing the union Army Civil War military organizations .Category Society History Wars Civil War union units...... Dunniway Co. Representing the union Army of the period are several unitsthat are recreations of actual Civil War military organizations. <br><font color = "#339966"> </font></small></font></td></tr><tr><td><table cellpadding=30 border=1 cellspacing=0 width="100%" ><tr><td><small><font face=arial><b>Search Query <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc> </b> </b> <br>Home Page</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>Join the NCWA</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>Event Information</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>Dispatch</font></a> ... <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br><b>Members only</font></a> </b> </b> <br>NCWA Board Contacts <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>Lost and Found</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>Donations</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>Press Releases</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>Multimedia</font></a> ... <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>About Us</font></a> We are always willing to help with any questions you might have. To request information just <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>click here.</font></a> <b>Union Brigade </b> </b> Representing the Union Army of the period are several units that are recreations of actual Civil War military organizations. These include representative units from the artillery, infantry and cavalry, as well as the support systems such as the U.S. Medical Department. The Infantry was the mainstay of the Army during the War, the "Queen of Battle." It represented the bulk of the troops that engaged in fighting. Most of the soldiers in the field during the Civil War belonged to infantry units organized under the auspices of the state volunteers. In the NCWA, the Union Brigade infantry is represented by several units: <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><ul><li>1st U.S. Sharpshooters</font></a> : One of the regiments of the famous Berdan units, clad in distinctive green uniforms. This was an elite group of marksmen. <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>4th United States Colored Troops</font></a> : Originally recruited among the free blacks in the Baltimore area, the 4th USCT served from September 1863 until May of 1866.</font></small></td><tr></table></td></tr></table> <P><table cellpadding=5 border=0 cellspacing=0 width="80%" ><tr valign=top ><td><small><font face=arial></a><b>79. <A HREF="" target=_blank>DRAFT RESOLUTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 45 OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE </b> </b> </a><br> there exists a consensus on the necessity for the union to be the creation of a EuropeanCorps, comprising both military and civilian units, charged with<br><font color = "#339966"> </font></small></font></td></tr><tr><td><table cellpadding=30 border=1 cellspacing=0 width="100%" ><tr><td><small><font face=arial>EUROPEAN FEDERALISM <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Index</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Español</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Français</font></a> <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Italiano</font></a> DRAFT RESOLUTION IN ACCORDANCE WITH ARTICLE 45 OF THE RULES OF PROCEDURE <br> on "THE NECESSITY TO CREATE A EUROPEAN MILITARY AND CIVIL CORPS FOR PEACE KEEPING AND PEACE MAKING PURPOSES" The European Parliament, A. whereas serious humanitarian crises have multiplied worldwide during the last years; B. whereas the Union has only been capable to react with humanitarian action, leaving the responsibility for direct intervention to some Member States; C. whereas in the framework of the reinforcement of the CFSP, the European Union can not save on a real humanitarian intervention instrument for effective and rapid intervention for peace keeping or peace making purposes; D. whereas the Member States possess the necessary experience, financial means and human resources, both military and civilian, to create a European Corps for peace keeping and peace making purposes; E. considering that the position recently taken by the Commission on Foreign Affairs (report PE 219.009/fin.) and the Development Committee (report PE 219.759) seem to indicate that there exists a consensus on the necessity for the Union to be able to undertake such missions; 1. Calls upon the Members States to decide in the framework of the Inter Governmental Conference, on the creation of a European Corps, comprising both military and civilian units, charged with peace keeping and peace making operations;</font></small></td><tr></table></td></tr></table> <P><table cellpadding=5 border=0 cellspacing=0 width="80%" ><tr valign=top ><td><small><font face=arial></a><b>80. <A HREF="" target=_blank>A History Of Fort Union </b> </b> </a><br> Provides information on the history of Fort union.Category Regional North America Fort union NM...... military escort or trains consisting of 100 armed men were considered regular escortservice was instituted by cooperating units from Fort union and Fort <br><font color = "#339966"> </font></small></font></td></tr><tr><td><table cellpadding=30 border=1 cellspacing=0 width="100%" ><tr><td><small><font face=arial><a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc>Interactive Santa Fe Trail</font></a> <br> Pictures of <a href= target=_blank><font color=#3300cc><br>Ft. Union</font></a> <h5>A History of Fort Union </h5><h5></h5> The general area encompassing Fort Union National Monument has been used historically by travelers along what would become the Santa Fe Trail. They include various American Indian groups of several different tribes, Spanish explorers and settlers, New Mexicans both travelling through the area and using it for grazing for both sheep and cattle, Frenchmen seeking riches in Santa Fe and New Mexico, Americans benefitting from trade with New Mexico, an army of invasion, civilian and military personnel associated with the three Fort Unions and the Santa Fe Trail, and ranchers. As trade between New Mexico and the United States matured, nationalistic tendencies of the United States became more evident. The election of President James K. Polk in 1844 assured the annexation of Texas and the Mexican War. Indeed, in May of 1846, war was declared on Mexico and Colonel, soon to be General, Stephen Watts Kearny of the First Dragoons at Fort Leavenworth, was ordered to form the Army of the West and capture New Mexico and California. In August, the Army of the West crossed Raton Pass and marched through New Mexico to the Ocate River crossing about 18 miles north of Fort Union. On the 12th, Kearny and the lead elements of the Army reached a flat table land in the valley of Wolf Creek, where they camped that night. This campsite, called Los Pozos was within a mile of where the first Fort Union would be located.</font></small></td><tr></table></td></tr></table> <center><p> <p> <center><table><tr><td><center><a href="/basic_a/index.html"><b>A</b></a>  <a href="/basic_b/index.html"><b>B</b></a>  <a href="/basic_c/index.html"><b>C</b></a>  <a href="/basic_d/index.html"><b>D</b></a>  <a href="/basic_e/index.html"><b>E</b></a>  <a href="/basic_f/index.html"><b>F</b></a>  <a href="/basic_g/index.html"><b>G</b></a>  <a href="/basic_h/index.html"><b>H</b></a>  <a href="/basic_i/index.html"><b>I</b></a>  <a href="/basic_j/index.html"><b>J</b></a>  <a href="/basic_k/index.html"><b>K</b></a>  <a href="/basic_l/index.html"><b>L</b></a>  <a href="/basic_m/index.html"><b>M</b></a>  <a href="/basic_n/index.html"><b>N</b></a>  <a href="/basic_o/index.html"><b>O</b></a>  <a href="/basic_p/index.html"><b>P</b></a>  <a href="/basic_q/index.html"><b>Q</b></a>  <a href="/basic_r/index.html"><b>R</b></a>  <a href="/basic_s/index.html"><b>S</b></a>  <a href="/basic_t/index.html"><b>T</b></a>  <a href="/basic_u/index.html"><b>U</b></a>  <a href="/basic_v/index.html"><b>V</b></a>  <a href="/basic_w/index.html"><b>W</b></a>  <a href="/basic_x/index.html"><b>X</b></a>  <a href="/basic_y/index.html"><b>Y</b></a>  <a href="/basic_z/index.html"><b>Z</b></a>  </center></td></tr></table></center> <p><center><table BORDER=0 CELLSPACING=0 CELLPADDING=3 WIDTH="100%" BGCOLOR=#CCFFFF><tr><td align=right><small><b>Page 4</b>     61-80 of 101    <A HREF=/detail/basic_m/military_units_union_page_no_3.html>Back</a> | <A HREF=/detail/basic_m/military_units_union.html>1</a>  | <A HREF=/detail/basic_m/military_units_union_page_no_2.html>2</a>  | <A HREF=/detail/basic_m/military_units_union_page_no_3.html>3</a>  | 4  | <A HREF=/detail/basic_m/military_units_union_page_no_5.html>5</a>  | <A HREF=/detail/basic_m/military_units_union_page_no_6.html>6</a>  | <A HREF=/detail/basic_m/military_units_union_page_no_5.html> Next 20 </a></small></td></tr></table></center> <p><!-- Start of StatCounter Code --><script type="text/javascript"> var sc_project=3257843; var sc_invisible=0; var sc_partition=35; var sc_security="c3a86e91"; </script><script type="text/javascript" src=""></script><noscript><div class="statcounter"><a class="statcounter" href=""><img class="statcounter" src="" alt="free hit counter" /></a></div></noscript></p> </p> <!-- End of StatCounter Code --> </body></html>