Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army: From Its Organization, September 29, 1789, to March 2, 1903, Volume 2
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1903 - 626 pages
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Page 620 - An act to increase the efficiency of the permanent military establishment of the United States...
Page 285 - ... RECAPITULATION 1 On the lines of the general officers and staff corps, in the column under the heading, "Strength at muster in," the total number appointed or enlisted is shown, and In the column under the heading, "Strength at muster out," the number remaining in service November 30.
Page 298 - Perce campaign, June 14 to October 5, 1877. 1878: Bannock and Piute campaign, May 30 to September 4, 1878. 1878: Ute expedition, Colorado, April 3 to September 9, 1878. 1879: Snake or Sheepeater Indian troubles, Idaho, August to October, 1879.
Page 298 - Garza troubles, Texas and Mexican border disturbances, "Tin Horn war." 1892. Miner disturbances in Idaho, July to November, 1892. 1892-1896. Troubles with renegade Apache Indians, under Kidd and Massai, in Arizona and Mexican border. 1894. " Industrial -Army," "Commonwealers," "Coxeyites," and labor disturbances. 1894. Railroad, Pullman, and labor strikes, extending from Illinois to Pacific coast, June to August, 1894. 1895. Bannock Indian troubles, July and August, 1895. 1898-1899. War with Spain....
Page 297 - War of the Rebellion, April 19, 1861, to August 20, 1866. Actual hostilities, however, commenced upon the firing on Fort Sumter, April 12, 1861, and ceased by the surrender of the Confederate forces under General Kirby Smith, May 26, 1865. Sioux Indian War in Minnesota and Dakota, 1862-1867.
Page 297 - June 1, 1873. Yellowstone Expedition, Dakota, June 4 to October 4, 1873. Campaign against Kiowa, Cheyenne, and Comanche Indians, in Indian Territory, August 1, 1874, to February 16, 1875. Sioux Expedition, Wyoming and Nebraska, February 13 to August 19, 1874. Black Hills Expedition, Dakota, June 20 to August 30, 1874. Big Horn Expedition, Wyoming, August 13 to October 10, 1874. Expedition against Indians in Eastern Nevada, September 7 to 27, 1875. Sioux Expedition, Dakota, May 17 to September 26,...
Page 297 - May 26, 1865. 1862: Indian massacres at New Ulm and vicinity, Minnesota, August 17 to 23, 1862. 1862-67: Sioux Indian War in Minnesota and Dakota. 1863-69: War against the Cheyenne, Arapaho, Kiowa, and Comanche Indians in Kansas, Nebraska, Colorado, and Indian Territory.
Page 297 - February 11 to April 28, 1859. Pecos expedition, Texas, April 16 to August 17," 1859. Antelope Hills expedition, Texas, June 10 to September 23, 1859. Bear River expedition, Utah, June 12 to October 18, 1859. San Junn imbroglio, Washington Territory, 1859.
Page 291 - Of this number about 1,135 officers and 23,000 men served there more than once. The maximum strength there at any one time was in December, 1900, 69,420 officers and men. The average monthly strength was approximately 40,000.
Page 296 - September. 1S.7. also called La Fevre Indian war. Sac and Fox Indian troubles in Illinois. Black Hawk war, April 26 to September 21, 1832. Nullification troubles in South Carolina, November, 1832, to February, 1833. Cherokee disturbances and removal. Pawnee expedition, Indian Territory, June to September, 1834. Toledo war, Ohio and Michigan boundary dispute. Seminole or Florida war, November 1, 18"35, to August 14, 1842. Creek disturbances in Alabama, May 5, 1836, to September 30, 1837. Southwestern...