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Military Service records

Military Service records

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REFERENCE INFORMATION PAPER 109
Military Service Records\ue000
at the national archives
Military Service Records \ue000
at the National Archives\ue000
R E F E R E N C E
I N F O R M A T I O N
P A P E R
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National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, DC
Compiled by Trevor K. Plante
2007

Plante, Trevor K.
Military service records at the National Archives,
Washington, DC / compiled by Trevor K. Plante.\u2014 Washington,
DC : National Archives and Records Administration, 2007.

p. ; cm.\u2014 (Reference information paper ; 109)

1. United States. National Archives and Records Administration
\u2014Catalogs. 2. United States \u2014 Armed Forces \u2014 History \u2014
Sources. 3. United States \u2014 History, Military \u2014 Sources. I. United
States. National Archives and Records Administration. II. Title.

Cover images:\ue000
Bottom: Members of Company G, 30th U.S. Volunteer Infantry, at Fort\ue000
Sheridan, Illinois, August 1899. The regiment arrived in Manila at the end of\ue000
October to take part in the Philippine Insurrection. (111-SC-98361)\ue000
Background:Fitzhugh Lee\u2019s oath of allegiance for amnesty and pardon following\ue000
the Civil War. Lee was Robert E. Lee\u2019s nephew and went on to serve in the Spanish-\ue000
American War as a major general of the United States Volunteers. (RG 94)\ue000
Top left: Group of soldiers from the 71st New York Infantry Regiment in camp in\ue000
1861. (111-B-90)\ue000
Top middle:Compiled military service record envelope for John A. McIlhenny\ue000
who served with the Rough Riders during the Spanish-American War. He was\ue000
the son of Edmund McIlhenny, inventor of Tabasco sauce. (RG 94)\ue000
Top right: Union naval officers and crew shown on vessel guarding the port of\ue000
Alexandria, Virginia, during the Civil War. (111-B-513)\ue000
Back Cover: Group of officers from the 16th Pennsylvania Cavalry during the
Civil War. (111-B-2191)

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