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Thu Feb 12 22:03:47 2015 UTClccn-n970309740.00Militia enrollment book, 1861 : Lawrence County0.611.00Ohio militia muster roll,153777092n 970309744302080nc-ohioOhiolccn-n84053361OhioAdjutant General's Departmentlccn-n50050931Reid, Whitelaw1837-1912autlccn-n87928178Leeke, Jim1949-lccn-n85057590OhioGovernorlccn-n80002451United StatesArmync-ohio$roster commissionOhioRoster Commissionlccn-n87860546Morrow, Jeremiah1771-1852autlccn-n89609358McElroy, Joseph C.edtlccn-n79107874United StatesCongressHouseOhioMilitiaHistoryRecords and correspondenceSourcesOhioUnited StatesAmerican Civil War (1861-1865)Regimental historiesMilitiaMilitary lawWar of 1812Ohio.--MilitiaMilitary campaignsMexican War (1846-1848)Chickamauga, Battle of (Georgia : 1863)GeorgiaWorld WarSoldiersTennesseeShiloh, Battle of (Tennessee : 1862)Siege of Vicksburg (Mississippi :Mississippi--VicksburgGovernors--Powers and dutiesOrdnanceMedical careQuartermastersHart, WilliamCourts-martial and courts of inquiryUnited States.--ArmyBattlefieldsOhio--Butler CountyBoundariesOhio.--National GuardGeneralsUnited States.--Army.--Ohio Infantry Regiment, 24th (1861-1865)Hayes, Rutherford B.,Ohio--Monroe CountyUnited States.--Army.--Ohio Infantry Regiment, 23rd (1861-1865)Recruiting and enlistment1794179718051807180818101811181218131814181518171818181918221824182618291831183218351837183818451846184918531857185818591861186218631864186718681872187618771878187918801884188718881890189118931895189618971898189919011902190319041905190619081911191219131914191619231924193719381941194619471957195819621968197019731974197519771979198019811983198519861989199219931995199920002003200520072009201120133799300398E525.4ocn86652561621ocn023269362mix1.00OhioOhio militia muster rollHistoryRecords and correspondenceMuster roll of a company of Butler County, Ohio, riflemen, commanded by Capt. Anderson Spenser, called into federal service on the frontier, 1812. The list was certified in 181721ocn866525616book1981OhioMilitia enrollment book, 1861 : Lawrence County11ocn022341819mixGano, John StitesPapersHistorySourcesCorrespondence and orders11ocn046440348book18610.47OhioGeneral order no. 34 : ... appointments of officers ... Twenty-third Regiment, Twenty-fourth Regiment, Twenty-fifth Regiment11ocn084042417book1861Ohio... Special Orders11ocn079455688mix1.00OhioEnlistment records of the Ohio MilitiaHistoryTwo volumes of enlistment records for Lt. Col. George Tod's infantry regiment during the War of 181211ocn009337108mixOhioRecordsPhotocopies of lists of delinquents and fines for musters held in Monroe County on Sept. 4 and 14, 1835; and on Sept. 11, 1837 at Woodsfield, Ohio11ocn213097613book1.00OhioMilitia officers election records (1803-1807)HistorySources3729ocn000444862book18670.50Reid, WhitelawOhio in the war; her statesmen, her generals, and soldiersHistoryBiographyRegisters+-+693253390527114ocn000449673book19160.20OhioRoster of Ohio soldiers in the War of 1812HistoryGenealogyRegisters+-+K3465933252483ocn040848627book19990.70A hundred days to Richmond : Ohio's "hundred days" men in the Civil WarHistoryPersonal narratives"In the spring of 1864, after three bloody years of civil war and with victory seemingly within reach for the Northern armies, John Brough, Ohio's energetic wartime governor, offered his state's militia for 100 days of federal service. Ordered east for duty in forts, railways, and prisons, they freed veteran troops to make the last great push against Robert E. Lee and the Confederacy." "Drawn from Civil War diaries, letters, and eyewitness accounts, A Hundred Days to Richmond tells the complete story of Ohio's "hundred days" men for the first time. Their individual tales are unique and memorable. We hear not only from generals and colonels, but also from the ranks - from a schoolteacher who taught himself artillery, from a farmer turned drummer, and from college students who swapped books for muskets. Many disliked leaving their families, businesses, and farms, but they shouldered their arms and went anyway, hoping to bring an end to the war."--Jacket+-+K2808880751833ocn000633556book0.30OhioOfficial roster of the soldiers of the State of Ohio in the War of the Rebellion, 1861-1866HistoryGenealogyRegisters1581ocn000777314book18960.39Ohio Chickamauga and Chattanooga Battlefield CommissionChickamaugaHistory1432ocn000710544book0.24OhioThe official roster of Ohio soldiers, sailors and marines in the World War, 1917-18HistoryRegistersVols. 1-19 include roster of soldiers, vol. 20-21, sailors, and vol. 23, marines1402ocn000383412book19030.37OhioOhio at Shiloh : report of the commissionHistory1234ocn015575606book18180.94OhioAn Act for Disciplining the Milita of the State of Ohio passed January 27, 1818 ; together with a compilation of the former act on that subjectRules1233ocn659322683file18570.89OhioMilitia law of Ohio being an act to organize and discipline the militia and volunteer militia, passed March 28, 1857 : together with blank forms of returns required by said law and a copy of the regulations of the U.S. Army, fixing the uniform and dress of the militia as adopted by the law of OhioHandbooks, manuals, etc1112ocn000381871book19060.33OhioOhio at Vicksburg; report of the Ohio Vicksburg Battlefield CommissionHistory1106ocn015453813book18120.94Hart, WilliamAn Appeal to the people, or An exposition of the official conduct of Return Jonathan Meigs, Governor of the state of Ohio relative to the disbanding of a light infantry company in the county of Washington, the cashiering of Maj. William Hart1086ocn015575132book18110.94OhioAn Act to Amend the Act entitled An Act Disciplining the Militia. Also, An Act for Establishing Rules and Articles for the Government of the Armies of the United StatesRules1021ocn733088209file0.89OhioAnnual report of the Surgeon General made to the Governor of the state of OhioHistoryPeriodicals1024ocn015576808book18190.94OhioAn Act for Disciplining the Militia of the State of Ohio passed February 6, 1819 : together with a compilation of the former acts on that subject898ocn001747114book18930.47Reid, WhitelawOhio in the war; her statesmen, generals and soldiersHistoryBiography833ocn015442769book18080.94Morrow, JeremiahMr. Jeremiah Morrow's motion822ocn015574516book18190.94United StatesThe Committee on Military Affairs, to whom was referred the petition of Harbaugh and Potter, report813ocn015438544book18130.94OhioAn Act for Disciplining the Militia of the State of Ohio passed February 9, 1813803ocn015436675book18070.94OhioAn Act for Disciplining the Militia passed at the first session of the fifth General Assembly of the state of Ohio772ocn015572618book18110.94Morrow, JeremiahMr. Morrow's motion for a loan of arms to the state of Ohio+-+K280888075Fri Feb 13 10:28:19 EST 2015batch21139