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Organization of troops in the Department of Kansas, Major General Samuel R. Curtis, U. S. Army, commanding, October 31, 1864.

GENERAL HEADQUARTERS.

11th Kansas Cavalry, Company G (escort), Captain Greenville L. Gove.

Signal Corps (detachment), Captain Edwin I. Meeker.

DISTRICT OF COLORADO.

Colonel JOHN M. CHIVINGTON.

Camp Baxter.

3rd Colorado Cavalry, Company G, Captain Oliver H. P. Baxter.

Camp Cass.

3rd Colorado Cavalry, Company A, Lieutenant Theodore G. Cree.

Camp Elbert.

Colonel GEORGE L. SHOUP.

3rd Colorado Cavalry, Company E, Captain Jay J. Johnson.

3rd Colorado Cavalry, Company H, Lieutenant Thomas E. McDonald.

3rd Colorado Cavalry, Company I, Captain John McCannon.

3rd Colorado Cavalry, Company K, Captain adam L. Shock.

3rd Colorado Cavalry, Company L, Captain J. freeman Phillips.

3rd Colorado Cavalry, Company M, Captain Presley Talbot.

Camp Fillmore.

1st Colorado Cavalry, Company E, Captain Isaac Gray.

Fort Garland.

1st Colorado Cavalry, Company I, Captain Charles Kerber.

Junction Station.

3rd Colorado Cavalry, Company F, Captain Edward Chase.

Latham Station.

3rd Colorado Cavalry, Company C, Captain William M. Morgan.

Old Fort Lupton.

3rd Colorado Cavalry, Company B, Captain Hal Sayr.

Camp Robbins.

1st Colorado Cavalry, Company H, Lieutenant Luther Wilson.

Valley Station.

3rd Colorado Cavalry, Company D, Captain David H. Nichols.

Camp Weld.

Lieutenant ELI DICKERSON.

1st Colorado Cavalry, Company C, Lieutenant Judson J. Kennedy.