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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 34, Part 4 (Red River Campaign)
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<NN>Semmes' (Oliver J.) Artillery. See Confederate Troops, Regulars.

Shaler's (James R.) Infantry. See Arkansas Troops, Confederate, 27th Regiment.

Shanks' (David) Cavalry. See Missouri Troops, Confederate, 12th Regiment.

Showalter's (Daniel) Cavalry. See Texas Troops, Confederate, 4th Regiment, Arizona Brigade.

Simpson's (Benjamin F.) Cavalry. See Kansas Troops, 15th Regiment.

Sissell's Force. (Official designation not of record.) See --- Sissell.

Slack's (James R.) Infantry. See Indiana Troops, 47th Regiment.

Smith's Company. (Official designation not of record.) See Captain Smith.

Smith's (J. Nelson) Cavalry. See Colorado Troops, 2nd Regiment.

Smith's (John J.) Pontoniers. See Union Troops, Volunteers, 1st Company.

Smith's (M. W.) Cavalry. See Missouri Troops, Confederate, 11th Regiment.

Smith's (N. H.) Engineers. See Confederate Troops, Regulars, 1st Battalion.

Snelling's (George T.) Cavalry. See Illinois Troops, 10th Regiment.

Spaight's (A. W.) Infantry. See Texas Troops, Confederate.

Spencer's (Frederick A.) Cavalry. See Colorado Troops, 2nd Regiment.

Stibbs' (John H.) Infantry. See Iowa Troops, 12th Regiment.

Terry's (D. S.) Cavalry. See Texas Troops, Confederate.

Thompson's (John L.) Cavalry. See Kansas Troops, 15th Regiment.

Tiffin's (Clayton) Infantry. See Missouri Troops, Union, 51st Regiment, Enrolled Militia.

Timmons' (B) Cavalry. See Thomas N. Waul's Legion, post.

Tompkins' (James L.) Cavalry. See R. R. Brown's Cavalry, ante.

Trumbull's (Matthew M.) Cavalry. See Iowa Troops, 9th Regiment.

Turner's (David) Cavalry. See Arkansas Troops, Union, 3rd Regiment.

Tutt's (John A. A.) Citizen Guards. (Official designation not of record.) See John A. S. Tutt.

Tyler's (John F.) Infantry. See Missouri Troops, Union, 1st Regiment, State Militia.

Varner's (Smapson E.) Infantry.* See sampson E. Varner.

Vaughn's Artillery. See Illinois Troops.

Veteran Reserve Corps. See Union Troops.

Viall's (Nelson) Heavy Artillery. See Union Troops, Colored, 8th (11th) Regiment.

Vincent's (William G.) Cavalry. See Louisiana Troops, Confederate, 2nd Regiment.

Waul's (Thomas N.) Legion. See Texas Troops, Confederate.

Weatherwax's (William G.) Cavalry. See Louisiana Troops, Confederate, 2nd Regiment.

Webb's Company. (Official designation not of record.) See Captain Webb.

Weber's (George W.) Cavalry. See Missouri Troops, Union, 11th Regiment.

Wells' (J. W.) Cavalry. See Texas Troops, Confederate.

Wells' (Oliver) Cavalry. See Missouri Troops, Union, 12th Regiment.

Weyman's (J. B.) Cavalry. See Texas Troops, Confederate, 33rd Regiment.

Williams' Company. (Official designation not of record.) See Captain Williams.

Williams' (James M.) Infantry. See Kansas Troops, 1st Regiment, Colored.

Williams' (J. K.) Cavalry. See Texas Troops, Confederate.

Williamson's (W. M.) Cavalry. See Texas Troops, Confederate.

Willke's (H.) Artillery. See Texas Troops, Confederate.

Wilson's Company. (Official designation not of record.) See Captain Wison.

Wilson's (Robert) Infantry. See New Hampshire Troops, 14th Regiment.

Wolfe's (Edward H.) Infantry. See Indiana Troops, 52nd Regiment.

Wood's (Oliver) Infantry. See Ohio Troops, 22nd Regiment.

Wood's (Robert C.) Cavalry. See Missouri Troops, Confederate, 14th Battalion.

Woods' (P. C.) Cavalry. See Texas Troops, Confederate, 36th Regiment.

Work's (P. A.) Cavalry. See D. S. Terry's Cavalry, ante.

Younger's (John W.) Militia. See Clay County Enrolled Missouri Militia, ante.

Zulavsky's (Ladislas L.) Infantry.See Union Troops, Colored, 82nd Regiment.

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*Improvised.

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THE

WAR OF THE REBELLION:

A COMPILATION OF THE

OFFICIAL RECORDS

OF THE

UNION AND CONFEDERATE ARMIES.

PREPARED BY

The late Lieutenant Colonel ROBERT N. SCOTT, Thirs U. S. Artillery.

PUBLISHED UNDER THE DIRECTOR OF

The Honorable REDFIELD PROCTOR, Secretary of War,

BY

Major GEORGE B. DAVIS, U. S. A., MR. LESLIE J. PERRY, MR. JOSEPH W. KIRKLEY,

Board of Publication.

SERIES I-VOLUME XXXIV-IN FOUR PARTS.

PART IV-CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.

WASHINGTON:

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE.

1891.

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OFFICIAL RECORDS: Series 1, vol 34, Part 4 (Red River Campaign)
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