War of the Rebellion: Serial 125 Page 1270 CORRESPONDENCE, ETC.

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Classification of the forces credited-Continued.

States, White Sailors Colored Indians. Total.

Territo troops. and troops.

ries, marines.

&c.

Illinoi 255.057 2.224 1.811 ... 259.092

s.

Indiana 193.748 1.078 1.537 ... 196.363

.

Iowa. 75.797 5 440 ... 76.242

Kansas. 18.069 ... 2.080 ... 20.149

Kentuck 51.743 314 23.703 ... 75.760

y.

Louisia 5.224 ... ... ... 5.224

na.

Maine. 64.973 5.030 104 ... 70.107

Marylan 33.995 3.925 8.718 ... 46.638

d.

Massach 122.781 19.983 3.966 ... 146.730

usetts.

Michiga 85.479 498 1.387 ... 87.364

n.

Minneso 23.913 3 104 ... 24.020

ta.

Mississ 545 ... ... ... 545

ippi.

Missour 110.616 151 8.344 ... 109.111

i.

Nebrask 3.157 ... ... ... 3.157

a.

Nevada. 1.080 ... ... ... 1.080

New 32.930 882 125 ... 33.937

Hampshi

re.

New 67.500 8.129 1.185 ... 76.814

Jersey.

New 6.561 ... ... ... 6.561

Mexico.

New 404.805 39.920 4.125 ... 448.850

York.

North 3.156 ... ... ... 3.156

Carolin

a.

Ohio. 304.814 3.274 5.092 ... 313.180

Oregon. 1.810 ... ... ... 1.810

Pennsyl 315.017 14.307 8.612 ... 337.936

vania.

Rhode 19.521 1.878 1.837 ... 23.236

Island.

Tenness 31.092 ... ... ... 31.092

ee.

Texas. 1.965 ... ... ... 1.965

Vermont 32.549 619 120 ... 33.288

.

Washing 964 ... ... ... 964

ton.

West 31.872 ... 196 ... 32.068

Virgini

a.

Wiscons 91.029 133 165 ... 91.327

in.

Indian ... ... ... 3.530 3.530

nations

.

Colored ... ... 99.337 ... a99.337

troops.

Grant 2.489.836 105.963 178.975 3.530 2.778.304

aggrega

te.

a Not credited upon the quotas of any State, but were recruited, under the direct authority of the General Government, as follows:

In Alabama, 4,969; Arkansas, 5,526; Colorado, 95; Florida, 1,044; Louisiana, 24,052; Mississippi, 17,869; North Carolina, 5,035; South Carolina, 5,462; Tennessee, 20,133; Texas, 47; Virginia, 5,723, making a total of 93,441 so organized. There were also 5,896 enlisted at large, or whose credits are not specifically expressed by the records. Of the number of colored troops credited to States 5,052 were obtained, under the provisions of section 3, act of Congress approved July 4, 1864, from the States that had seceded.

INDIANAPOLIS, April 4, 1865.

Honorable E. M. STANTON,

Secretary of War:

Will organize two regiments and battalion of six companies to- morrow. Only about 1,000 behind on the quota. Have paid into the Treasury $116,697.

O. P. MORTON.

WASHINGTON, D. C., April 14, 1865.

Governor THOMAS C. FLETCHER,

Jefferson City, Mo.:

Recruiting has been stooped, and therefore the men enlisted for your new regiments should be consolidated immediately into as many complete regiments as numbers will form.

THOMAS M. VINCENT,

Assistant Adjutant-General.