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" Adjutant-General of the army; still the latter's account must be taken and accepted as correct. Nevertheless, it is safe to say that the total number of men furnished by the States and Territories for the armies of the United States, after deducting those... "
Statistical Record of the Armies of the United States - Page 11
by Frederick Phisterer - 1883 - 343 pages
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Campaigns of the Civil War, Volume 1

United States - 1883
...do not agree with the account of the Adjutant-General of the army; still the latter's account must be taken and accepted as correct. Nevertheless, it...counted twice, or even more often. To give the number of individual persons who served in the army during the war is not practicable, nor is it of any practical...
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Patriotic citizenship

Thomas Jefferson Morgan - Citizenship - 1895 - 368 pages
...money, and it cost five hundred thousand lives to maintain the great conflict. — Charles Foster. It is safe to say that the total number of men furnished...for service in the navy, will exceed 2,850,000 men. — Frederick Phisterer. and examined and tested in all the attributes that constitute a man, were...
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Wisconsin Memorial Day Annual

Memorial Day - 1899
...liberty. — Anonymous, The God who gave us life, gave us liberty at the same time. — THOMAS JEFFERSON. It is safe to say that the total number of men furnished...for service in the •navy, will exceed 2,850,000. — FREDERICK PHISTERER. We may adorn with loving tributts the resting place of our beloved dead; the...
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The Civil War: The National View, Volume 15

Francis Newton Thorpe - United States - 1906 - 535 pages
...cemeteries are the final resting-place of more men than reside to-day in the city of Philadelphia. The total number of men furnished by the States and Territories for the Union armies, not counting those credited to the navy, exceeds 2,850,000: that is a greater number...
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The History of North America: The Civil War: the national view, by F.N. Thorpe

Guy Carleton Lee, Francis Newton Thorpe - Indians of North America - 1906
...cemeteries are the final resting-place of more men than reside to-day in the city of Philadelphia. The total number of men furnished by the States and Territories for the Union armies, not counting those credited to the navy, exceeds 2,850,000: that is a greater number...
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The Statistical Records of the Armies of the United States

Frederick Phisterer - History - 2004 - 360 pages
...do not agree with the account of the Adjutant-General of the army; still the latter's account must be taken and accepted as correct. Nevertheless, it...counted twice, or even more often. To give the number of individual persons who served in the army during the war is not practicable, nor is it of any practical...
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