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TABLE C.-Exhibit of volunteer troops mustered out and returned to their homes from May 1, 1865, to November 1, 1867.

States. Regiments. Independent Batteries. Aggregate

companies. strength-

commission

ed

officers

and

enlisted

men.

Alabama. 1 ........... .......... 667

Arizona. 1 .......... ........ 357

Arkansas. 6 ......... 1 5, 186

California. 9 10 ......... 6,938

Colorado. 2 .......... 1 1,745

Connecticut. 19 .......... 2 14,169

Dakota. ......... 2 ......... 169

Delaware. 5 .......... 2 2,861

District of 1 .......... ......... 1,157

Columbia.

Florida. 2 1 ......... 922

Georgia. ........ 2 ......... 147

Illinois. 133 2 27 92,567

Indiana. 98 .......... 19 71,209

Indian 3 .......... ......... 2,017

Nation.

Iowa. 44 2 4 32,173

Kansas. 11 8 2 8,496

Kentucky. 24 ......... 5 14,961

Louisiana. 4 ......... ......... 2,642

Maine. 17 24 7 19,971

Maryland. 14 3 3 11,312

Massachusett 39 12 21 34,270

s.

Michigan. 44 1 2 38,385

Minnesota. 15 .......... 3 12,437

Mississippi. ......... 5 ........ 355

Missouri. 39 ......... ......... 28,266

Nebraska. ........ 8 .......... 508

Nevada. ....... 9 .......... 833

New 16 ......... ......... 10,846

Hampshire.

New Jersey. 21 ......... 5 21,153

New Mexico. 2 ......... ......... 1,731

New York. 163 .......... 24 136,593

North 3 .......... ......... 2,224

Carolina.

Ohio. 137 18 21 102,398

Oregon. ........ 16 .......... 1,124

Pennsylvania 116 5 9 107,332

.

Rhode 8 1 .......... 5,616

Island.

Tennessee. 24 3 5 14,659

Texas. 2 ......... ......... 1,275

Vermont. 12 2 3 9,932

Virginia. ......... 1 ......... 85

Washington. ........ 3 ......... 253

West 15 3 5 12,965

Virginia.

Wisconsin. 49 .......... 10 38,655

First Army 9 .......... ......... 7,406

Corps

(Hancock's

).

U. S. 6 .......... ........ 5,081

Volunteers.

U. S. 124 1 10 111,682

Colored

Troops.

Veteran 24 174 ........ 27,291

Reserve

Corps.

Total. 1,262 316 192 1,023,021

THOMAS M. VINCENT,

Assistant Adjutant-General.

WAR DEPARTMENT, ADJUTANT-GENERAL'S OFFICE,

November 1, 1866.