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"CHRONOLOGICAL RECORD OF THE REBELLION", 1860-1865


"Summary of Events of the War of Rebellion"
Washington, D.C.: N.A. Strait, 1905, c1903


Transcribed by K.T.

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The National Homes are governed by a Board of Managers of which Gen. Martin T. McMahon is president
(post-office address, New York Life Building, New York City, N. Y.)
and
Col. George W. Steele is secretary
(post-office address, Marion, Ind., term expires 1902).
Agent in Washington, D. C., Capt. Thomas D. Yeager; office, room 17, Pacific Building, No. 624 F street NW.; residence, 925 O street NW.

STATE SOLDIERS' HOMES.
State/Location/Title of officer.

California..........................................Yountville.............................Commandant.
Colorado..........................................Monte Vista.........................Do.
Connecticut.......................................Noroton..............................Superintendent.
Idaho................................................Boise...................................Commandant.
Illinois...............................................Quincy.................................Superintendent.
Indiana..............................................Lafayette............................ Commandant.
Iowa.................................................Marshalltown...................... Do.
Kansas..............................................Dodge City........................ Do.
Massachusetts...................................Chelsea...............................Superintendent.
Michigan...........................................Grand Rapids......................Commandant.
Minnesota.........................................Minneapolis.........................Do.
Missouri............................................St. James.............................Superintendent.
Montana............................................Columbia Falls............. ......Commandant.
Nebraska...........................................Grand Island and Milford....Do.
New Hampshire.................................Tilton..................................Do.
New Jersey........................................Kearny.............................. Superintendent.
New York......................................... Bath................................. Do.
New York......................................... Oxford.............................. Do.
North Dakota.....................................Lisbon.............................. Commandant.
Ohio................................................. Sandusky...........................Do.
Oregon...............................................Roseburg...........................Do.
Pennsylvania...................................... Erie................................... Commander
Rhode Island..................................... Bristol................................Commandant.
South Dakota.................................... Hot Springs........................Do
Vermont............................................ Bennington.........................Superintendent
Washington....................................... Orting.................................Commandant
Wisconsin......................................... Waupaca............................Superintendent
Wyoming......................................... Cheyenne........................... Commandant



LIST OF NATIONAL CEMETERIES, WITH POST-OFFICE ADDRESS.

NAME POST OFFICE
Alexandria, La........................
Alexandria, Va........................
Andersonville, Ga....................
Annapolis, Md........................
Antietam, Md.........................
Arlington, Va.........................
Barrancas, Fla........................
Baton Rouge, La......................
Battle Ground, D. C...................
Beaufort, S. C.........................
Beverly, N. J..........................
Brownsville, Tex......................
Camp Butler, Ill......................
Camp Nelson, Ky.....................
Cave Hill, Ky.........................
Chalmette, La.........................
Chattanooga, Tenn....................
City Point, Va..........................
Cold Harbor, Va.......................
Corinth, Miss..........................
Culpeper, Va..........................
Cypress Hills, N. Y....................
Danville, Va..........................
Fayetteville, Ark.....................
Finns Point, N. J......................
Florence, S. C.........................
Fort Donelson, Tenn..................
Fort Gibson, Ind. T....................
Fort Harrison, Va.....................
Fort Leavenworth, Kans..............
Fort McPherson, Nebr................
Fort Scott, Kans......................
Fort Smith, Ark.......................
Fredericksburg, Va....................
Gettysburg, Pa........................
Glendale, Va..........................
Grafton,W.Va........................
Hampton, Va..........................
Jefferson Barracks, Mo...............
Jefferson City, Mo.....................
Keokuk, Iowa.........................
Knoxville, Tenn......................
Lebanon, Ky..........................
Little Rock, Ark......................
Loudon Park, Md.....................
Marietta, Ga..........................
Memphis, Tenn.......................
Mexico City, Mex.....................
Mill Springs, Ky......................
Mobile, Ala...........................
Mound City, Ill.......................
Nashville, Tenn.......................
Natchez; Miss.........................
New Albany, Ind......................
Newbern, N. C........................
Philadelphia, Pa......................
Poplar Grove, Va......................
Port Hudson, La......................
Raleigh, N.C..........................
Richmond, Va.........................
Salisbury, N.C........................
San Antonio, Tex.....................
San Francisco, Cal....................
Seven Pines, Va.......................
Shiloh, Tenn..........................
Soldiers' Home, D. C..................
Springfield, Mo........................
Staunton, Va..........................
Stone River, Tenn.....................
Vicksburg, Miss.......................
Wilmington, N. C.....................
Winchester, Va........................
Yorktown, Va.........................
Bails Bluff, Va.........................
Crown Hill, Ind.......................
Custer Battlefield, Mont..............
Danville, Ky..........................
Lexington, Ky........................
Quincy, Ill............................
Rock Island, Ill.......................
St. Augustine, Fla.....................
Woodlawn. N. Y.......................
SanteFe, N. Mex.....................
Pineville, La.
Alexandria, Va.
Andersonville, Ga.
Annapolis, Md.
Sharpsburg, Washington County, Md.
Fort Myer, Va.
Warrington, Escambia County, Fla.
Baton Rouge, La.
Brightwood, D. C.
Beaufort, S.C.
Beverly, Burlington County, N. J.
Fort Brown, Tex.
Riverton, Sangamon County, Ill.
Camp Nelson, Jessamine County, Ky.
1309 Baxter avenue, Louisville, Ky.
Station F, New Orleans, La.
Chattanooga, Tenn.
City Point, Va.
Cold Harbor, Hanover County, Va.
Corinth, Miss.
Culpeper, Va.
Station E, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Danville, Va.
Fayetteville, Washington County, Ark.
Salem, Salem County, N. J.
Florence, S. C.
Dover, Tenn.
Fort Gibson, Ind. T.
Varina Grove, Henrico County, Va.
Fort Leavenworth, Leavenworth County, Kans.
Maxwell, Lincoln County, Nebr.
Fort Scott, Kans.
Fort Smith, Sebastian County, Ark.
Fredericksburg, Spottsylvania County, Va.
Gettysburg, Adams County, Pa.
Glendale, Henrico County, Va.
West Grafton, Taylor County, W. Va.
Hampton, Va.
Jefferson Barracks, Mo.
Jefferson City, Cole County, Mo.
Keokuk, Lee County, Iowa.
Knoxville, Tenn.
Lebanon, Marion County, Ky.
Little Rock, Ark.
Station D. Baltimore, Md.
Marietta, Cobb County, Ga.
Cemetery, Shelby County, Tenn.
P. O. Sucursal E, Mexico City, Mexico.
Nancy, Pulaski County, Ky.
Mobile, Ala,
Mound City, Ill.
Madison, Davidson County, Tenn.
Natchez, Miss.
New Albany, Floyd County, Ind.
Newborn, N.C.
Station 26, Pittville, Philadelphia, Pa.
Petersburg, Va.
Port Hudson, La.
Raleigh, Wake County, N. C.
Substation 2, Richmond, Va.
Salisbury, Rowan County, N. C.
San Antonio, Tex.
Presidio of San Francisco, Cal.
Seven Pines. Henrico County, Va.
Pittsburg Landing, Tenn.
Soldiers' Home. D. C.
Springfield, Green County, Mo.
Staunton, Va.
Murfreesboro, Rutherford County, Tenn.
Vicksburg, Miss.
Wilmington, N. C.
Winchester, Va.
Yorktown, Va.
Depot quartermaster, Washington, D. C.
Depot quartermaster, Jeffersonville, Ind.
Crow Agency, Mont.
Depot quartermaster, Jeffersonville, Ind.
Do.
Depot quartermaster, St. Louis, Mo.
Do.
Depot quartermaster, New Orleans, La.
Depot quartermaster, New York City.
Sante Fe. N. Mex

For Current Contact Information of the National Cemeteries, including addresses and phone numbers, view here

PRESIDENTS' PROCLAMATIONS IN REGARD TO DESERTERS.

March 10, 1863.—By President Lincoln, warning deserters from the Army and Navy to return to service, promising to all who did so before April 1, 1863, a remission of punishment, except pay and allowance during the time of their absence, and mentioning the severest penalty of the law against those who did not return to duty.

March 11, 1865.—By President Lincoln, warning deserters to return to their respective commands within sixty days, with promise of pardon, if they served out their original terms of enlistment.

October 10, 1873.—By President Grant, commanding it to be made known that all soldiers who have deserted their colors and who shall on or before the 1st day of January, 1874, surrender themselves at any military station shall receive a full pardon, only forfeiting the pay and allowance due them at the time of desertion, and shall be restored to duty without trial or punishment on condition that they faithfully serve through the term of their enlistment.

DESERTION.—ACT TO REMOVE LIMITATION OF TIME WITHIN WHICH TO APPLY FOR RELIEF.
Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, That chapter eight hundred and ninety, volume twenty-five, of the United States Statutes at Large, entitled "An act to relieve certain appointed or enlisted men of the Navy and Marine Corps from the charge of desertion," approved August fourteenth, eighteen hundred and eighty-eight, be, and the same is hereby, revived and reenacted.

Sec. 2. That section five of the said act be, and is hereby, so amended as to remove the limitation of time within which applications for relief may be received and acted upon under the provisions of said act.
Approved, May 24, 1900.


LIST OF STATES SHOWING THE DATE SLAVERY WAS ABOLISHED BY PROCLAMATION AND CONSTITUTIONAL AMENDMENTS.

Alabama (proclamation).....................................Jan. 1,1863
Arkansas (proclamation)....................................Jan. 1,1863
Delaware (amendment to constitution)................Dec. 18,1865
District of Columbia (act of Congress)................Apr. 16,1862
Florida (proclamation)........................................Jan. 1,1863
Georgia (proclamation).......................................Jan. 1,1863
Kentucky (amendment to constitution).................Dec. 18,1865
Louisiana1 (proclamation)................................... Jan. 1,1863
Maryland (State ordinance)................................ Sept. 4,1864
Mississippi (proclamation).................................. Jan. 1,1863
Missouri (State ordinance)..................................Jan. 11,1865
North Carolina (proclamation)............................Jan. 1,1863
South Carolina (proclamation) ........................... Jan. 1,1863
Tennessee (State ordinance)............................ .Feb. 22,1865
Texas (proclamation)...................................... . Jan. 1,1863
Virginia2 (proclamation).................................... Jan. 1,1863
West Virginia (amendment to constitution)...........Dec. 18,1865

1 Except parishes of St. Bernard,Plaquemines, Jefferson, St. John, St. Charles, St. James, Ascension, Assumption, Terrebonne, La Fourche, St. Marys, St. Martin, Orleans (including city of New Orleans).
2 Except counties of Accomac, Berkeley, Elizabeth City, Northampton, Norfolk (including cities of Norfolk and Portsmouth), Princess Anne, and York. Slavery was abolished in the above-named counties by the amendment to the United States Constitution which became effective December 18,1865.



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