13th U. S. Colored Heavy Artillery (three companies), Major Jacob E. Gauen.
Colonel STEPHEN G. HICKS.
4th U. S. Colored Heavy Artillery, Colonel James N. McArthur.
Abstract from return of the Northern Department, Major General Joseph Hooker, U. S. Army, commanding, for the month of February, 1865.
Present for duty. Present of artil.
Offi Men. Aggreg Aggrega Hea Fie
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Command. presen present
General headquarters 14 - 14 14 - -
Camp Chase, Ohio 17 568 937 1,137 - -
Camp Thomas, Ohio 4 40 60 72 - -
Camp Dennison, Ohio 5 35 45 50 - -
Cincinnati, Ohio 19 154 422 472 - -
Sandusky and 37 955 1,617 1,957 - 7
Gallipolis, Ohio 9 125 189 218 - -
District of Indiana 55 1,639 2,479 3,161 - -
District of Illinois 169 3,240 4,945 7,115 - 6
District of Michigan 39 1,185 1,496 1,692 - -
Draft and recruiting 20 222 324 437 - -
Total. 388 8,163 12,528 16,325 - 13
Organization of troops in the Northern Department, commanded by Major General Joseph Hooker, U. S. Army, February 28, 1865.
CAMP CHASE, OHIO.
Bvt. Brigadier General WILLIAM P. RICHARDSON.
37th Iowa (detachment), Lieutenant Colonel George R. West.
88th Ohio, Colonel George W. Neff
CAMP THOMAS, OHIO.
Major JAMES VAN VOAST.
18th United States (detachment), Major James Van Voast.
CAMP DENNISON, OHIO.
Captain WILLIAM VON DOEHN.
126th Company U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps (2nd Battalion), Captain Joseph O'Neil.
Brigadier General AUGUST WILLICH.
37th Iowa (detachment), Colonel George W. Kineaid.
192nd Pennsylvania (one company), Captain Thomas McLeester.
SANDUSKY AND JOHNSON'S ISLAND, OHIO.
Colonel CHARLES W. HILL.
128th Ohio, Colonel Charles W. Hill.
6th U. S. Veteran Reserve Corps, Lieutenant Colonel Frederic S. Palmer.