HEADQUARTERS DISTRICT OF OREGON, Numbers 185.
Fort Vancouver, Wash. Ter., December 29, 1864.
I. On the arrival of Crandall's company of First Oregon Infantry at Fort Steilacoom, Captain E. H. Tucker with his company (K), First Washington Territory Infantry, will proceed to the mouth of the Snohomish River, on the Tulalip Indian Reservation, where it will remain until further orders. The quartersmaster's department will furnish the necessary transportation.
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IV. Captain Turcker will consult with the superintendent of Indian affairs as to the location of his camp. He has been requested to write the commanding officer at Fort Steilacoom his views on that subject.
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By order of Brigadier-General Alvord:
W. I. SANBORN,
Second Lieutenant, First Washington Territory Infantry,
Acting Assistant Adjutant-General.
Abstract from return of the Department of the Pacific, Major General Irvin McDowell, U. S. Army, commanding, for December 31, 1864.
Command. Office Men. Aggre Aggr Heav Fiel
rs. gate egat y. d.
General 14 . . . 14 15 . . . .
headquarters. . . . .
District of 94 2,175 3,044 3,51 212 8
California (Wright). 0
District of Oregon 52 668 938 1,04 18 23
(Alvord). . . 4
District of Humboldt 23 312 444 617 . . 1
(Whipple). . . . .
District of Utah 25 653 808 979 . . 7
(Connor). . . .
District of Southern 26 487 618 685 . . 6
California (Curtis). .
Total. . . . 234 4,295 5,866 6,85 230 45
Organization of troops in the Department of the Pacific, Major General Irvin McDowell, U. S. Army, commanding, December 31, 1864.
DISTRICT OF CALIFORNIA.
Brigadier General GEORGE WRIGHT.
PRESIDO OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Lieutenant Colonel THOMAS F. WRIGHT.
2nd California (nine companies).
Native California Cavalry Battalion,
FORT POINT, CAL.
Captain JOSEPH STEWART.
3rd U. S. Artillery, Battery H.
8th California, Companies A and B.
9th United States, Company E.
POINT SAN JOSE, CAL.
Captain WILLIAM A. WINDER.
3rd U. S. Artillery, Battery D.
9the United States, Company H.
CAMP REYNOLDS, ANDGEL ISLAND, CAL.
Bvt. Major GEORGE P. ANDREWS.
3rd U. S. Artillery, Battery B
9th United States, Company B.