War of the Rebellion: Serial 062 Page 0809 Chapter XLVI. CORRESPONDENCE, ETC. - UNION.

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Abstract from return of the Department of the Missouri, Major General William S. Rosecrans, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of March, 1864.

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate Aggregate

present. present

and

absent.

General 25 130 165 205

headquarters.

Benton 104 2,557 3,509 4,025

Barracks.

District of 91 2,813 3,403 4,548

Central

Missouri

(Brown)

District of 27 587 743 931

North Missouri

(Guitar)

District of 51 1,047 1,540 1,907

Rolla (Colonel

A. Sigel)

District of 124 3,361 4,994 5,929

Saint Louis

(Fisk)

District of 76 1,895 2,293 3,221

Southwest

Missouri

(Sanborn)

Alton, Ill. 19 418 567 681

(Colonel

William Weer)

Enrolled 108 1,870 2,057 2,673

Missouri

Militia *

Grand total 625 14,678 19,271 24,120

Continuation: Pieces of artillery.

Command. Heavy. Field. Headquarters.

General --- --- Saint Louis.

headquarters.

Benton --- ---

Barracks.

District of 2 6 Warrensburg.

Central

Missouri

(Brown)

District of --- --- Macon.

North Missouri

(Guitar)

District of 4 14 Rolla.

Rolla (Colonel

A. Sigel)

District of 23 8 Saint Louis.

Saint Louis

(Fisk)

District of 4 8 Springfield.

Southwest

Missouri

(Sanborn)

Alton, Ill. --- ---

(Colonel

William Weer)

Enrolled --- ---

Missouri

Militia *

Grand total 33 36

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

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate Aggregate

present. present

and

absent.

General 9 --- 9 9

headquarters.

District of 67 1,243 1,649 2,093

Colorado

(Chivington)

District of 32 601 762 864

Nebraska

(Mitchell)

District of 26 553 760 821

North Kansas

(Davies)

District of 58 1,769 2,143 2,824

South Kansas

(McKean)

District of the 74 1,592 1,924 3,158

Frontier+

(Blunt)

Grand total 266 5,758 7,247 9,769

Continuation: Pieces of artillery.

Command. Heavy. Field. Headquarters.

General --- --- Fort

headquarters. Leavenworth.

District of --- 18 Denver, Colo.

Colorado Ter.

(Chivington)

District of --- 4 Omaha, Nebr.

Nebraska Ter.

(Mitchell)

District of 6 4 Fort

North Kansas Leavenworth.

(Davies)

District of --- 10 Paola, Kans.

South Kansas

(McKean)

District of the --- 7 Fort Smith,

Frontier+ Ark.

(Blunt)

Grand total 6 43

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

Present for duty.

Command. Officers. Men. Aggregate

present.

Headquarters. 23 --- 23

Albuquerque 2 102 125

(Captain D. H.

Brotherton)

Fort Bascom 2 81 86

(Captain E. H.

Bergmann)

Fort Canby 9 283 363

(Captain A. B.

Carey)

Fort Craig 7 301 397

(Colonel Edwin A.

Rigg)

Fort McRae 1 64 73

(Lieutenant A. J.

Fountain)

Fort Marcy 2 79 101

(Captain R. M.

Cranda)

Fort Stanton 3 28 89

(Major Jos.

Smith)

Continuation: Pieces of artillery.

Command. Aggregate Heavy. Field.

present and

absent.

Headquarters. 25 --- ---

Albuquerque 149 --- 4

(Captain D. H.

Brotherton)

Fort Bascom 111 --- ---

(Captain E. H.

Bergmann)

Fort Canby 539 --- ---

(Captain A. B.

Carey)

Fort Craig 510 4 13

(Colonel Edwin A.

Rigg)

Fort McRae 129 --- ---

(Lieutenant A. J.

Fountain)

Fort Marcy 127 --- ---

(Captain R. M.

Cranda)

Fort Stanton 143 --- ---

(Major Jos.

Smith)

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* Not reported on department return.

+ See also Department of Arkansas. Note on return of the Department of Kansas says, "Question as to what troops belong to military post of Fort Smith presented to headquarters for determination." Blunt assumed command March 12.

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