War of the Rebellion: Serial 062 Page 0472 LOUISIANA AND THE TRANS-MISSISSIPPI. Chapter XLVI.

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

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General headquarters. 8

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8

District of Colorado 59 1,233 1,591

(Chivington).

District of Nebraska 35 563 753

(McKean).

District of North Kansas 22 551 718

(Davies).

District of South Kansas. 82 2,328 2,761

District of the Frontier*

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(Blunt).

Indian Brigade+ (Phillips) 56 1,641 1,897

Grand total. 262 6,316 7,728

CONTINUATION:

Aggregate Pieces of

Command. present field Headquarters.

and absent artillery.

General 8

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Fort

headquarters. Leavenworth.

District of Colorado 2,091 18 Denver.

(Chivington).

District of Nebraska 763 4 Omaha.

(McKean).

District of North 871 10 Fort

Kansas (Davies). Leavenworth.

District of South 3,318 7 Paola.

Kansas.

District of the

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Frontier* (Blunt).

Indian Brigade+ 2,550 3 Fort Gibson,

(Phillips) Ind. Ter.

Grand total. 9,601 42

Abstract from return of the Department of the Northwest, Major General John Pope, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of February, 1864.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

General headquarters. 20 9 29

District of Wisconsin 28 657 783

(T. C. H. Smith).

District of Minnesota 93 1,563 2,077

(Sibley++).

District of Iowa 56 965 1,551

(Sully).

Grand total. 197 3,194 4,440

CONTINUATION:

Aggregate Pieces of

Command. present and field Headquarters.

absent. artillery.

General headquarters. 30

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Millwaukee,

Wis.

District of Wisconsin 849

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Do.

(T. C. H. Smith).

District of Minnesota 2,173 24 Saint Paul.

(Sibley++).

District of Iowa 1,551

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Davenport.

(Sully).

Grand total. 4,920 24

Abstract from return of the Department of New Mexico, Brigadier General James H. Carleton, U. S. Army, commanding for the month of February, 1864; headquarters Santa Fe, N. Mex.

Present Pieces of

for duty. artillery.

Aggre-

Aggre- gate

Command. Offi Men. gate pre- Heavy. Field.

cers pre- sent

sent. and ab

sent.

Headquar- 26

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26 27

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ters.

Fort Marcy 2 27 40 42

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(Captain

J.

Updegraff)

Fort Union

(Lieutenan 6 352 400 491 4 4

t

ColWilliam

McMullen).

Fort

Sumner 4 153 232 275

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(Major

H. D.

Wallen).

Fort

Stanton 3 63 115 143

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(Major J.

Smith).

Fort

Wingate 3 193 224 332

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(Major

E. W.

Eaton).

Albuquer-

que 3 106 137 153

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4

(Captain

D. H. Bro-

therton).

Los Pinos

(Lieutenan 2 56 75 82

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t M.

Mullins).

Fort Bas-

com 2 67 89 111

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(Captain

E. H. Berg-

mann).

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*NOTE ON ORIGINAL.-No reports received from this district yet. Question as to what troops belong to military post of Fort Smith presented to headquarters for determination.

+From brigade return; not reported on department return.

++Colonel William Crooks, Sixth Minnesota Volunteers, in temporary command from February 23.

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