Brigadier General CHARLES W. DUSTAN.
1st Tennessee, Colonel A. P. Curry.
2nd Tennessee, Colonel David Ryan.
3rd Tennessee, Colonel William T. Williamson.
4th Tennessee, Colonel William C. Whitney.
1st Tennessee Freedmen, Colonel Edmund R. Wiley.
2nd Tennessee Freedmen, Colonel Arthur T. Reeve.
3rd Tennessee Freedmen, Colonel Henry Van Horn.
Railroad Battalion, Major M. J. Farrell.
Maginly's Cavalry Squadron, Captain B. R. Maginly.
Squadron of Cavalry, Captain W. P. Hepburn.
Major RAPHAEL G. ROMBAUER.
1st Illinois, Battery G (section),
Indian Light, 5th Battery,
Lieutenant Adam Frank.
1st Missouri, Battery M, Captain John H. Tiemeyer.
2nd Missouri, Battery G, Captain William Arthur.
2nd U. S. Colored, Battery F, Captain Carl A. Lamberg.
2nd U. S. Colored, Battery I, Captain Louis B. Smith.
Wisconsin Light, 7th Battery, Lieutenant Arthur B. Wheelock.
Brigadier General BENJAMIN H. GRIERSON.
Lieutenant Colonel SAMUEL O. SHOREY.
7th Indiana, Major James H. Carpenter.
1st Mississippi Mounted Rifles (five companies), Captain Napoleon Snyder.
4th Missouri, Captain Edward L. De Grendele.
2nd New Jersey, Major Frederick B. Revere.
Colonel EDWARD F. WINSLOW.
3rd Iowa, Colonel John W. Noble.
4th Iowa, Lieutenant Colonel John H. Peters.
10th Missouri, Lieutenant Colonel Frederick W. Benteen.
Colonel EMBURY D. OSBAND.
4th Illinois (five companies), Captain Anthony T. Search.
11th Illinois, Lieutenant Colonel Otto Funke.
3rd U. S. Colored, Major Edwin M. Main.
2nd Wisconsin, Major Nicholas H. Dale.
2nd Illinois Light Artillery, Battery K, Lieutenant Wesley Platt.
2nd Arkansas Cavalry, Colonel John E. Phelps.
Abstract from return of the Department of Kansas, Major General Samuel R. Curtis, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of December, 1864.
Present for duty.
Command. Officer Men. Aggrega Aggreg
s. te ate
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General headquarters.* 15 196 220 248
District of Colorado 19 297 362 589
District of Nebraska 54 1.201 1.612 2.304
District of North Kansas 30 530 830 1.084
District of South Kansas 42 998 1.222 1.798
District of Upper Arkansas 24 803 1.145 1.893
Grant total. 184 4.025 5.391 7.916
Pieces of artillery.
Command. Heavy. Field. Headquarters.
General ... ... Fort Leavenworth.
District of Colorado ... ... Denver.
District of Nebraska ... ... Omaha.
District of North 6 4 Fort Leavenworth.
District of South 8 10 Paola.
District of Upper ... ... Fort Riley, Kans.
Grant total. 14 14
*Includes escort, Signal Corps, and detachment Ninth Wisconsin Battery.