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91st PA--Subject index

absences without leave

accidental injuries and deaths

after the war

age at enlistment

Alexandria, Virginia

aliases

army enlistments, post-war

army regulations

arrests

articles of war (1806)

baggage (selections only)

baker (brigade)

Bankruptcy act of 1867

battles the 91st participated in

Bedford county soldiers

birthplaces

boards of survey

brevet appointments

burial places

butcher (regimental and brigade)

Camp Chase

Camp Edwards

Camp Stanton

camp rules and property

camp schedules

capture of the 91st's headquarters wagon

captured members of the 91st

causes of death (and other medical problems)

cemeteries

census records

central guard house

classes (based on occupations)

clothing

clothing allowances

colors (regimental)

complexion (in description)

condolence letters - see 'In their own words'

conflict in the regiment

consolidation of the two regiments

consolidated morning reports

cooks and cooking

Cotton, Charles T

council of administration

courts martial

database of men in the regiment

database from morning reports

death notification letters - see 'In their own words'

deaths, by month (numbers and causes only)

deaths during service

deaths during service--names

deaths--chronological list (including deaths during and after service)

deaths--last known of a member of the 91st

deficiencies

demotions

description [height, complexion, eyes, hair]

deserters

deserters--presidential proclamation about

desertion--removing the charge of

details and detached service

discharges [reason for]

donations

draftees

drills

earnings before the war

elections

enlisted men who received commissions

execution (of 5 soldiers in the 118th PA)

executions witnessed by the 91st

expiration of term, soldiers discharged because of

eye colors (in description)

family members in the regiment

firefighters

first names

Fishtowners (volunteered as a group)

flags (regimental colors)

food (and rations)

fraternal orders

fraud (pension)

free military school

Freedmen's Bureau [Gregory was an Assistant Commissioner]

furloughs

general orders [very select!]

Grand Army of the Republic

Greenhow, Rose O'Neal

guards

habeas corpus, discharges on writ of

hair colors (in description)

headquarters wagon (capture of)

heights (in description)

home guard (militia)

hospital attendants

initial camps (August-December 1861)

injuries, self-inflicted

inspections

instruction of officers

invalid corps

Jenks, M E [Pension Office Special Agent]

Kansas State Soldiers Home

Kensington Hose Company #30 (volunteered as a group)

Kensington Methodist Episcopal Church

laws relating to military service and pensions

leaves of absence

Lentz, Alderman

Lincoln

list of men who served in the regiment

Locke, Fred (5th Corps AAG)

Long Bridge

lost property

Loyal Legion of the United States, Military Order of the

mail [address]

Marvin, Azor Smith (Brigade AAG)

McClellan, attitude towards

medal of honor (and other medals)

medical care

medical reports

Mexican War

Military Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States

military service after the war

minors (and guardians)

missing in action

mistakes

MOLLUS

money, sending home

Montgomery County Pennsylvania

morale

mules

musicians

muster roll database

muster-out rolls

mustered out with regiment

National Asylum

National Colored Monument Association (meeting addressed by Gregory)

National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers

National Military Home

naturalizations

Nebraska veterans roster, 1893

negroes

nicknames

number of enlisted men and officers

occupation (pre-war)

occupation classes

officers (names)

officers (structure)

officers' servants

Official Records, references to the 91st in

Old Capitol Prison

Old Soldiers Home

organization--the 91st's place in the Union Armies

original members

origin of the 91st

other military service

pack horses

paperwork and reports

pay and allowances

Pennsylvania regiments: 62nd Infantry, 118th Infantry, 155th infantry

Pennsylvania Soldiers and Sailors Home

pensions

pension files indices

Pension Office forms ("circulars")

pension fraud

people related to (but not in) the 91st

pets

picket duty

pictures

pioneer corps

poems in death notices

post-war military service

pre-war wages

presidential proclamation about deserters

prior military service

prisoners--members of the 91st taken as

promotions

property losses

provost marshalls

quarter master department

quarters

rations

recruiting

recruiting posters

reductions to ranks

refreshment saloons

regimental books, loss of

regular army enlistments

regulations, army

relatives in the regiment

religion

reports

researchers

Ringgold Hose Company (volunteered as a group)

Sanitary Commission

scam

schedules

search morning reports (statistical) database

self-inflicted injuries

sergeants major

servants of officers

Shad Hose (volunteered as a group)

Shipley's Woods, outrage at a camp meeting at, investigated by Edgar Gregory

Sinex's plea (for the return of absent men)

Soldiers and Sailors Home (Pennsylvania)

Spanish American war

statistics about men who served in the regiment

strife in the regiment

substitutes

surgeon's certificate, discharged by

surgeons

surplus property

survey, boards of

survivors' association

sutlers

tattoos

temptations at Alexandria, Virginia

temporary attachment to 91st

tents

tension in the regiment

testimonials

transfers from and to other regiments

Union Relief Association (Philadelphia)

Union Soldiers' Alliance [Washington DC]

Union Volunteer Refreshment Committee

veterans

veterans--names

veterans' reserve corps

volunteer refreshment saloons

volunteers, draftees, and substitutes

wages before the war

Washington DC, duties in

weapons

Wharton, Jesse B [prisoner shot by the 91st]

widow's pension files

YMCA

zouave training


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