5 edition of Lands in Illinois to soldiers of late war. found in the catalog.
Written in English
|Other titles||Illinois military patent book.|
|Series||[U.S.] 26th Cong., 1st sess. House. Doc -- 262|
|Contributions||Bestor, George C., 1811-1872. [from old catalog], Green, Ephraim S. [from old catalog], Kirkbride, Stacy P. [from old catalog]|
|LC Classifications||E359.4 .U55|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||545|
|LC Control Number||04011970|
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° Bounty Land Grants in Illinois Names of each of the soldiers to whom patents were issued for land lying in the military bounty land district in the State of Illinois, for services in the late war; the description of the tract of land granted to each, with the date of the patent; the company and regiment in which they severally served, and by. Illinois Land Grant, loc. SE4 S23 T2S R5W, Patent Date - Aug 5, , Delivery date - , patent # (Acknowledgment: House Document # , "Lands in Illinois To Soldiers of Late War", 26th Congress, 1st Session - , pg. ) Ezra Eastman War of , Private, Bliss's 6th Infantry. Illinois Land Grant, loc. NW4 S22 T3S R4W.
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Lands in Illinois to soldiers of late war Letter from the Commissioner of General Land Office, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of Representatives of the 6th of April last, respecting patents for lands in the military bounty land district in the state of Illinois, issued to soldiers of the late war, &: Read "Lands in Illinois to soldiers of late war.
Letter from the commissioner of General land office, transmitting the information required by a resolution of the House of representatives of the 6th of April last, respecting patents for lands in the milita" by United States. General Land Office,Geor.
FHL Book M27; War of Bounty Lands in Illinois. Thomson, Illinois: Heritage House, (FHL book R2w; film item 7; fiche ) A reprint of Lands in Illinois to Soldiers of Late War.
(26th Congress, 1st Session, House Doc. "Originally published as House Document26th Congress, 1st Session, " with the title: Lands in Illinois to soldiers of late war. Description: [xvii], pages: charts, maps ; 23 cm: Other Titles: Lands in Illinois to soldiers of late war.
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book, Transmitting the Information Required by a Resolution of the House of Representatives of the 6th of April Last, Respecting Patents for Lands in the Military Bo by Ephraim S.
[From Old Catalog] Green (, Hardcover) at the. The U.S. state of Illinois during the American Civil War was a major source of troops for the Union Army (particularly for those armies serving in the Western Theater of the Civil War), and of military supplies, food, and ed near major rivers and railroads, Illinois became a major jumping off place early in the war for Ulysses S.
Grant's efforts to seize control of the. Get this from a library. War of bounty lands in Illinois. [Lowell M Volkel; United States. General Land Office.]. Thomson, Illinois: Heritage House, (FHL book R2w; film item 7; fiche ) A reprint of Lands in Illinois to Soldiers of Late War.
(26th Congress, 1st Session, House Doc. ) These records are arranged by date and include number of warrant, name of patentee, rank, description of the tract, and to whom delivered. Soldiers, his last book, has been seen through the press by his family and friends.
There are a few minor errors and misprints, which Holmes himself, with his extraordinary recall of. Expenditures by the state of Pennsylvania on account of the United States Created / Published Book/Printed Material Troops under the command of Col.
Fenton, Col. Rees Hill, Gens. Lands in Illinois to soldiers of late war. Letter from. This was a rather quick paced book that was hard to put down. The attraction of this book was that my family came from this part of the state. War in Illinois is a story of the 's bootlegging era in Southern Illinois when the Ku Klux Klan and two rivals gangs (Charley Birger's gang and the Shelton Brothers) were fighting for control/5.
The first series of warrants for War of service were issued under acts of DecemJanuand May 6,in which Congress provided that noncommissioned officers and soldiers serving for 5 years (unless discharged sooner), or their heirs, would be entitled to acres of land from the public domain in partial.
War in Illinois is an interesting read because it describes the mentality of the bootleggers in the south and that mentality continues today. An eye for an eye was the way they lived and continue to live in that region of the State of Illinois.
Very much worth the read. Read more.5/5(8). Illinois State Archives Databases - Illinois Civil War Muster and Descriptive Rolls. The Illinois Civil War Muster and Descriptive Rolls database is a transcription of each soldier's entry in the record series, Muster and Descriptive Rolls (RS ). The database contains information about oversoldiers from Illinois who served in.
In the late fall the 5th Illinois left Helena, Arkansas to participate in Grant's late and first half of campaign to capture Vicksburg, Mississippi.
Keeping Confederate guerrillas out of Grant's path and guarding the paths of supply to the Federal army were the regiment's primary by: 1. You can find dozens of web sites that contain pictures of Civil War soldiers. One of the biggest collections of Illinois soldiers is available on the web site of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library.
The "Boys in Blue" is a repository for photographs of more than 8, Illinois soldiers who served in the Civil War. The earliest obtainable map to name Illinois and one of the earliest maps issued by the General Land Office. An early and important map of the Illinois Territory, issued at the end of the War ofwhen bounty lands were being given out to veterans in return for their service.
This is the earlier of two issues of the map, without the printed township grid found in the later issue. During the Civil War, Illinois supported the Union, but there was much proslavery sentiment in the southern part of the state.
By the s industry was well established, and many immigrants from Europe had already settled in the state, foreshadowing the influx still to come. The earliest obtainable map to name Illinois and one of the earliest maps issued by the General Land Office.
An early and important map of Illinois Territory. This is the earlier of two issues of the map, without the printed township grid.
This copy includes a portion of manuscript corresponding to the very southern tail of the range, here highlighted in red. Illinois War of Veterans Illinois State Archives Compiled by Fred Delap in cooperation with the Illinois State Archives. name of a veteran and select "Statewide" from the drop-down menu for the place of enlistment to return a list of all soldiers with that name.
"Statewide" is the default value for place of enlistment. OHIO LANDS BOOK This book is a publication of The Auditor of State 88 East Broad Street Columbus, Ohio First paperback edition Printed in the United States of America.As factories were quickly converted into munitions plants the output of Illinois factories in direct war contracts in was approximately $2, By the time the War ended, more than 5, men from Illinois had given their lives in defense of world freedom and liberty.
Record of the services of Illinois soldiers in the Black Hawk war,and in the Mexican war,containing a complete roster of commissioned officers and enlisted men of both wars, taken from the official rolls on file in the War department, Washington, D. :