The Company Clerk: Showing how and when to Make Out All the Returns, Reports, Rolls, and Other Papers, and what to Do with Them. How to Keep All the Books, Records, and Accounts Required in the Administration of a Company, Troop, Or Battery in the Army of the United States
J.B. Lippincott & Company, 1864 - 142 pages
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August Valentine Kautz
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