War of the Rebellion: Serial 062 Page 0205 Chapter XLVI. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. - UNION.

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DISTRICT OF SOUTHWEST MISSOURI.

Brigadier General JOHN B. SANBORN.

Cassville, Mo.

2nd Arkansas Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel John E. Phelps.

Fayetteville, Ark.

Lieutenant Colonel ALBERT W. BISHOP.

1st Arkansas Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel Albert W. Bishop.

1st Arkansas Battery, Captain Denton D. Stark.

Lebanon, Mo.

8th Missouri State Militia Cavalry, Lieutenant Colonel John D. Brutsche.

Springfield, Mo.

6th Missouri State Militia Cavalry, Captain Henry V. Stall.

11th Missouri Cavalry (four companies), Major Lyman W. Brown.

2nd Missouri Light Artillery (three batteries), Major John W. Rabb.

ENROLLED MISSOURI MILITIA.

Brigadier General THOMAS L. CRAWFORD, commanding Second District.

Brigadier General JAMES R. MCCORMICK, commanding Third District.

Brigadier General COLLY B. HOLLAND, commanding Fourth District.

Brigadier General JOSEPH B. DOUGLAS, commanding Eighth and Ninth Districts.

1st Provisional Regiment (two companies), Major Lewis P. Miller, Mexico.

4th Provisional Regiment (four companies), Lieutenant Colonel Andrew J. Swaine, Chillicothe.

6th Provisional Regiment, Colonel Fedelio S. Jones, Springfield.

7th Provisional Regiment, Colonel John D. Allen, Mount Vernon.

31st Provisional Regiment (two companies), Colonel Manlove Cranor, Albany.

42nd Provisional Regiment (one company), Jefferson City.

66th Provisional Regiment (one company), Captain Johnson W. Jewett, Milan.

67th Provisional Regiment (one company), Lieutenant A. Kempinsky, Wellsville.

72nd Provisional Regiment (one company), Captain Jacob F. Huffman, Springfield.

74th Provisional Regiment (one company), Lieutenant John V. Hoover, Sand Springs.

80th Provisional Regiment (four companies), Colonel Louis J. Rankin, De Soto.

81st Provisional Regiment (four companies), Colonel John Scott, Saint Joseph.

82nd Provisional Regiment (five companies), Colonel James H. Moss, Liberty.

Abstract from return of the Department of Kansas, Major General Samuel R. Curtis, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of January, 1864.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General 5 --- 5

headquarters.

District of 63 1,235 1,640

Colorado.

District of 92 1,966 2,530

Kansas.*

District of 34 613 731

Nebraska.

District of the 156 4,013 4,906

Frontier.+

Grand total. 350 7,827 9,812

Continuation: Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field.

present and

absent.

General 5 --- ---

headquarters.

District of 2,050 --- 18

Colorado.

District of 3,218 10 6

Kansas.*

District of 804 --- 4

Nebraska.

District of the 6,212 --- 9

Frontier.+

Grand total. 12,289 10 37

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* Troops in Kansas and Missouri District not yet organized.

+ Troops in the Indian Territory and at Fort Smith, Ark. See also District of the Frontier, in Department of Arkansas, p. 202.

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