N. A. (Newton Allen) Strait.

Alphabetical list of battles, 1754-1900 : war of the rebellion, Spanish-American war, Philippine insurrection, and all old wars, with dates; summary of events of the war of the rebellion, 1860-1865; Spanish-American war, Philippine insurrection, 1898-1900; troubles in China, 1900, with other valuabl online

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First lieutenant, assistant surgeon, deputy provost-marshal, and quartermaster. 17. 00

Second lieutenant and enrolling officer 15. 00

All enlisted men 8. 00



NAVY AND MARINE CORPS.

Captain, and all officers of higher r?nk, commander, lieutenant commanding,
and master commanding, surgeon, paymaster, and chief engineer ranking
with commander by law, lieutenant-colonel, and all of higher rank in
Marine Corps ". 30. 00

Lieutenant, passed assistant surgeon, surgeon, paymaster, and chief engineer,

ranking with lieutenant by law, and major in Marine Corps 25. 00

Master, professor of mathematics, assistant surgeon, paymaster, and chaplain,

and captain in Marine Corps 20. 00

First lieutenant in Marine Corps 17. 00

First assistant engineer, ensign, and pilot, and second lieutenant in Marine

Corps 15. 00

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paymasters, and of officers commanding vessels, second and third assistant



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and granted prior to June 16, 1880. First grade proper is $50, amended by act of Mar. 4,1890, which
increases rate to $72.

" From date of medical examination held after July 14, 1892.

244



PENSIONS - TABLE OF EATES. 245

Rales fixed b>/ the Commissioner of Pensions for certain disabilities not specified by law.

Per month.

Anchylosis of shoulder.. ................................................. $12. 00

Anchylosis of elbow ..................................................... 10. 00

Anchylosis of knee ...................................................... 10. 00

Anchylosis of ankle ..................................................... 8. 00

Anchylosis of wrist ................. . .................................... 8. 00

Loss of sight of one eye .................................................. 12. 00

Loss of one eye ................ . ......................................... 17. 00

Nearly total deafness of one ear .......................................... 6. 00

Total deafness of one ear ................................................. 10. 00

Slight deafness of both ears .............................................. 6. 00

Severe deafness of one ear and slight of the other .......................... 10. 00

Nearly total deafness of one ear and slight of the other .................... . 15. 00

Total deafness of one ear and slight of the other .................... . ...... 2o. 00

Severe deafness of both ears .............................................. 22. 00

Total deafness of one ear and severe of the other .......................... 25. 00

Deafness of both ears existing in a degree nearly total ...................... 27. 00

Loss of palm of hand and all the ringers, the thumb remaining ........ _____ 17. 00

Loss of thumb, index, middle, and ring fingers .............. .............. 17. 00

Loss of thumb, index, and middle ringers ...................... . .......... 16. 00

Loss of thumb and index finger ............................... . . ......... 12. 00

Loss of thumb and little linger .............................. . ............ 10. 00

Loss of thumb, index, and little ringers ................................... 16. 00

Loss of thumb .......................................................... 8. 00

Loss of thumb and metacarpal bone ...................................... 1 2. 00

Loss of ah the fingers, thumb and palm remaining ......................... 16. 00

Loss of index, middle, and ring ringers ........................ . .......... 16. 00

Loss of middle, ring, and little fingers .................................... 14. 00

Loss of index and middle fingers ......................................... 8. 00

Loss of little and middle fingers .......................................... 8. 00

Loss of little and ring lingers, .............. ............................... 6. 00

Loss of ring and middle ringers ........................................... 6. 00

Loss of index and little fingers ........................................... 6. 00

Loss of index finger ...................................................... 4. 00

Loss of any other finger without complications ...... . ..................... 2. 00

Loss of all the toes of one foot ............................................ 10. 00

Loss of great, second, and third toes ...................................... 8. 00

Loss of great toe and metatarsal ............................. ............ 8. 00

Loss of great and second toes ............................................. 8. 00

Loss of great toe ......................................................... 6. 00

Loss of any other toe and metatarsal ...................................... 6. 00

Loss of any other toe .................................................... 2. 00

Chopart s amputation of foot, with got >d results ........................... 14. 00

Pirogoffs modification of Syme s ......................................... 17. 00

Small varicocele ......................................................... 2. 00

Well-marked varicocele .................................................. 4. 00

Inguinal hernia which passes through the external ring .................... 10. 00

Inguinal hernia which does not pass through the external ring ............. 6. 00

Double inguinal hernia, each of which passes through the external ring ..... 14. 00

Double inguinal hernia, one of which passes through the external ring and

the other does not ................................................ . ____ 12. 00

Double inguinal hernia, neither of which passes through the external ring. . 8. 00

Femoral hernia .................................... . ................. ... 1 0. 00



NOTE. Section 4699, Revised Statutes, provides that the rate of eighteen dollars
per month may be proportionately divided for an degree of disability established
for which section forty-six hundred and ninety-five makes no provision, thus fixing
the highest rating provided by existing lawsVhich can be allowed by considering
disabilities separately and compounding so as to allow the full amount which the
disabilities, so considered, would aggregate.

The act of March 2, 1895, provides that all pensioners now on the rolls who are
pensioned at less than six dollars per month, for any degree of pensionable disabil
ity, shall have their pensions increased to six dollars per month; and that, hereafter,
whenever any applicant for pension would, under existing rates, be entitled to less
than six dollars for any single disability or several combined disabilities, such pen
sioner shall be rated at not less than six dollars per month: Provided also, That the



246 PENSIONS TABLE OF EATES.

provisions hereof shall not be held to cover any pensionable period prior to the
passage of this act, nor authorize a rerating of any claim for any part of such period,
nor prevent the allowance of lower rates than six dollars per month, according to the
existing practice in the Pension Office in pending cases covering any pensionable
period prior to the passage of this act.



The widow of a soldier or sailor who died of a disability incurred while in the
service and in line of duty is, under the provisions of section 4702, Revised Statutes,
entitled to the rating to which he would have been entitled for a simple total disabil
ity, as shown in Table I; and under the provisions of section 4696, Revised Statutes,
the rank of the soldier is determined by the rank held by him when death cause was
incurred, without regard to subsequent promotions.

From and after March 19, 1886, by the act approved on that date, the widow of a
private or noncommissioned officer is entitled to $12 per month, provided that she
married deceased soldier or sailor prior to March 19, 1886, or thereafter married him
prior to or during his term of service.

WIDOW S INCREASE.

From a,nd after July 25, 1866, a widow is entitled to $2 per month increase for each
legitimate minor child of the soldier or sailor in her care and custody.

MINOR S PENSION.

Same rates and increase as in widows claims, except that in cases of children of
fathers below the rank of a commissioned officer the rate is increased to $12 per
month from March 19, 1886, without regard to date of soldier s or sailor s marriage.

MOTHERS, FATHERS, AND BROTHERS AND SISTERS.

Same rates as provided in minors and widows claims in cases of commissioned
officers, and $8 per month to March 19, 1886, and $12 thereafter in other cases.

PENSIONS BASED UPON SERVICE PERFORMED SINCE MARCH 4, 1861. ACT OF JUNE 27,
1890, AS AMENDED BY THE ACT OF MAY 9, 1900.

Per month.

Survivors $6. 00 to $12. 00

Widows and minors 8. 00

To widow s and minor s rate add $2 per month increase for each legitimate minor
child of soldier under the age of 16.

ACT OF AUGUST 5, 1892.

Female nurses $12. 00

ACT OF MARCH 2, 1867 (NAVY ONLY) .

For twenty years naval service, entitled to one-half the pay he was receiving at
date of discharge.

Ten years service, whatever rate may be allowed by a board of officers appointed
by the Secretary of the Navy, not to exceed rate for total disability.

If in addition to service pension sailor is pensioned for disability, the service pen
sion covering the same time shall not exceed one-fourth the rate allowed for disability.

^ OTEi Claims under this act should be filed with the Secretary of the Navy.

PENSIONS BASED UPON SERVICE PERFORMED PRIOR TO MARCH 4, 1861.

Revolutionary war.
There are no survivors of this w r ar.
Widows, from March 9, 1878, $8, and from March 19, 1886 $12.00

War of 1812.

(Sections 4736 and 4740, Revised Statutes, and acts of March 9, 1878, and March 19,

1886.)

Survivors $8. 00

Widows, from March 9, 1878, $8, and from March 19, 1886 12. 00



PENSIONS U. S. PENSION AGENCIES, ETC. 247

Indian wars, from 1832 to 1842 (act of July 27, 1892} .

Survivors.. $8.00

Widows 8. 00

Mexican war (act of January 2,9, 1887}.

Survivors $8. 00

Act of January 5, 1893, provides, under certain conditions, for increase of

survivor s pension only to 12. 00

Widows ." 8.00

TJ. S. PENSION AGENCIES, DISTRICT EMBRACED, AND DATES OF

PAYMENT.

Augusta, Me. Quarterly payments March 4, June 4, September 4, and December 4.
The State of Maine. Navy pensioners in this district are paid at Boston, Mass.

Boston, Mass. Quarterly payments March 4, June 4, September 4, and December 4.
The States of Massachusetts, Connecticut, and Rhode Island, and all navy pensioners
residing in this and the Augusta and Concord districts.

Buffalo, N. Y. Quarterly payments January 4, April 4, July 4, and October 4.
The counties in the State of New York not in the New York City district. All navy
pensioners in the State are paid at New York City.

Chicago, 111. Quarterly payments January 4, April 4, July 4, and October 4. The
State of Illinois and all navy pensioners residing in this and the Columbus, Des
Moines, Detroit, Indianapolis, Louisville, Milwaukee, and Topeka districts.

Coluinlms, Ohio. Quarterly payments March 4, June 4, September 4, and Decem
ber 4. The State of Ohio. Navy pensioners in this district are paid at Chicago.

Concord, X. H. Quarterly payments January 4, April 4, July 4, and October 4.
The States of New Hampshire and Vermont. Navy pensioners in this district are
paid at Boston.

Des Moines, lovxi. Quarterly payments January 4, April 4, July 4, and October 4.
The States of Iowa and Nebraska, Navy pensioners in this district are paid at
Chicago.

Detroit, Midi. Quarterly payments March 4, June 4, September 4, and December
4. The State of Michigan. Navy pensioners in this district are paid at Chicago.

Indianapolis, Ind. Quarterly payments February 4, May 4, August 4, and Novem
ber 4. The State of Indiana. " Navy pensioners in this district are paid at Chicago.

Knoxrille, Tenn. Quarterly payments February 4, May 4, August 4, and Novem
ber 4. The States of North Carolina, Tennessee, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida,
Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Texas, and Arkansas. Navy pensioners in this dis
trict are paid at Washington, D. C.

Louisville, Ky. Quarterly payments February 4, May 4. August 4, and November
4. The State of Kentucky." Navy pensioners in this district are paid at Chicago.

Milwaukee, Wis.- Quarterly payments January 4, April 4, July 4, and October 4.
The States of Wisconsin, Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota. Navy pen
sioners in this district are paid at Chicago.

New York City, N. Y. Quarterly payments February 4, May 4, August 4, and
November 4. The counties in the State of New T York of Albany, Clinton, Columbia,
Delaware, Dutchess, Essex, Greene, Kings, Queens, New York, Orange, Putnam,
Richmond, Rensselaer, Kockland, Saratoga, Schenectady, Sullivan, Suffolk, Ulster,
Warren, Washington, and Westchester; all navy pensioners in the State of New
York, and all pensioners in the counties in New Jersey of Bergen, Essex, Hudson,
Hunterdon, Middlesex, Monmouth, Morris, Passate, Somerset, Sussex, Ulster, Union,
and Warren.

Philadelphia, Pa. Quarterly payments February 4, May 4, August 4, and Novem
ber 4. The counties in the State of Pennsylvania of Berks, Bradford, Bucks, Carbon,
Chester, Columbia, Dauphin, Delaware, Lacka wanna, Lancaster, Lebanon, Lehigh,
Luzerne, Monroe, Montgomery, Montour, Northampton, Northumberland, Philadel
phia, Pike, Schuylkill, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Wayne, Wyoming, York; all navy
pensioners in the State of Pennsylvania, and all pensioners in the counties in New
Jersey of Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Mercer,
Ocean, and Salem.

Plttsburg, Pa. Quarterly payments January 4, April 4, July 4, and October 4. The
counties in the State of Pennsylvania not in the Philadelphia district. All navy pen
sioners in the State are paid in Philadelphia.

Soil Francisco, Cal. Quarterly payments March 4, June 4, September 4, and Decem
ber 4. The States of California , Nevada, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Washington, and



248



POPULATION OF CITIES OF 25,000 OR MORE.



Wyoming; the Territories of Alaska, Arizona, and Utah, including the navy
pensioners.

Topeka, Kans. Quarterly payments February 4, May 4, August 4, and November
4. The States of Missouri, Kansas, and Colorado; the Territories of New Mexico,
Oklahoma, and the Indian Territory. Navy pensioners in this district are paid at
Chicago.

Washington, D. C. Quarterly payments March 4, June 4, September 4, and Decem
ber 4. The States of Delaware, Virginia, Maryland, and West Virginia, the District
of Columbia, and pensioners residing in foreign countries and all navy pensioners
residing in this and the Knoxville districts.

Communications can be addressed United States pension agent,



POPULATION OF CITIES HAVING 25,000 INHABITANTS OR MORE, ACCORDING TO

THE CENSUS OF 1900.

[The figures in the first column show the order of the cities named, when arranged according to

population.]



City.


Order.


Population.


City.


Order.


Population.


Akron Ohio


87
40
27
113
96
43
148
135
94
6
150
124
93
99
5
54
92
8
133
41
52
132
157
68
126
117
118
2
10
7
28
156
86
88
114
45
25
59
13
107
72
158
136
74
112
73
64
33
128
83
151
102
153
44
77
49
104
63
82
35


42, 728
94, 151
129, 896
35,416
38, 973
89, 872
27, 838
30, 315
39, 441
508, 957
27, 628
32, 722
39, 647
38,415
560, 892
70, 996
40, 063
352, 387
30, 470
91, 886
75, 935
30, 667
25, 656
55. 807
32, 490
34,072
33, 988
1,698,575
325, 902
381, 768
125, 560
25, 802
42, 938
42, 638
35, 254
85, 333
133, 859
62, 139
285, 704
36, 297
52, 969
25, 238
29, 655
52, 130
35, 672
52,733
59, 007
104, 863
31,531
45,115
26, 688
37, 789
26,121
87, 565
50, 167
79, 850
37, 175
59, 364
45, 712
44, 633


Indianapolis, Ind

Jackson Mich


21
159
142
17
111
137
76
22
125
140
90
57
152
91
100
36
18
39
55
115
120
65
37
14
19
98
134
47
16
58
155
143
31
12
144
122
1
80
56
35
145
149
32
95
67
3
11
78
42
20
147
108
139
50
46
24
130
138
89
110


169, 164
25, 180
28, 429
206, 433
35, 936
29, 353
51, 418
163, 752
32,637
28, 895
41,459
62, 559
26, 369
40, 169
38, 307
102, 479
204, 731
94, 969
68, 513
34, 227
33, 664
56,987
102, 320
285,315
202, 718
38, 469
30, 346
80, 865
246, 070
62, 442
25, 998
28, 339
108, 027
287, 104
28, 301
33,587
3,437,202
46, 624
66, 960
102, 555
28, 284
27, 777
105, 171
39, 231
56, 100
1,293,697
321, 616
50, 145
90, 426
175, 597
28, 157
36, 252
29, 102
78, 961
85, 050
162, 608
31, 051
29, 282
42, 345
35,956


Albany, N. Y


Allegheny Pa


Jacksonville Fla


Allentown, Pa


Jersey City, N. J

Johnstown Pa


Altoona, Pa


Atlanta, Ga


Joliet,Ill


Atlantic City, N. J

Auburn N Y


Kansas City, Kans

Kansas City Mo


Augusta, Ga


Knoxville, Tenn

La Crosse Wis


Baltimore, Md


Bay City, Mich
Bayonne, N. J

Binghamton N Y


Lancaster, Pa


Lawrence, Mass

Lexington Ky


Birmingham, Ala


Lincoln, Nebr


Boston, Mass.


Little Rock, Ark


Bridgeport Conn


Los Angeles Cal


Brockton, Mass


Louisville, Ky

Lowell Mass


Buffalo, N. Y.


Butte Mont


Lynn Mas


Cambridge, Mass

Camden N J .


McKeesport, Pa

Maiden Mass


Canton, Ohio


Manchester, N. H


Cedar Rapids, Iowa .


Memphis, Tenn


Charleston S C


Milwaukee Wis


Chattanooga, Teim
Chelsea, Mass


Minneapolis, Minn


Mobile, Ala


Chester Pa


Montgomery Ala


Chicago, 111


Nashville, Tenn


Cincinnati Ohio


Newark N. J


Cleveland Ohio


New Bedford Mass


Columbus, Ohio


New Britain, Conn


Council Bluffs Iowa


Newcastle Pa


Covington, Ky


New Haven, Conn


Dallas, Tex


New Orleans, La

Newport Ky


Davenport Iowa


Davton,Ohio. . ..


Newton, Mass


Denver Colo


New York,N. Y

Norfolk Va


Des Moines, Iowa
Detroit, Mich . .


Oakland, Cal


Dubuque Iowa


Omaha, Nebr
Oshkosh.Wis
Passaic, N. J


Duluth.Minn

Easton, Pa


East St Louis 111


Paterson N J


Eli/abeth N J


Pawtucket R I


Elmira.N. Y.


Peoria, 111


Erie Pa


Philadelphia, Pa

Pittsburg Pa




Fall River Mass


Portland, Me
Portland Oreg


Fitohburg Mass


Fort Wavne Ind


Providence R I


Fort Worth Tex


Pueblo Colo


Galveston Tex


Quincv 111


Gloucester, Mass

Grand Rapids Mich


Racine Wis




Harrisburg Pa


Richmond Va




Rochester N Y


Haverhill Mass


Rockford,Ill


Hoboken N J


Sacramento, Cal


Holyoke Mass


Saginaw Mich .. .




Salem, Mass ..



POPULATION OF CITIES OF 25,000 OK MORE.



249



Population of cities having 25,000 inhabitants or more, according to the Census of 1900

Continued.



City. Order.


Population.


City.


Order.


Population.


Salt Lake Citv, Utah 70


53, 531


Tacoma, Wash


103


37,714


San Antonio Tex 71


53, 321


Taunton, Mass


131


31 036


San Francisco Cal 9


342 782


Terre Haute Ind


106


36 673


Savannah Ga 69


54, 244


Toledo, Ohio




131, 822


Schenectadv, N. Y . . 127


31,682


Topeka, Kans


121


33 60S


Scranton Pa 38


102 026


Trenton N J


53


73 307


Seattle, Wash 48


80, 671


Trov, N. Y


62


60, 651


Sioux Citv, Iowa ; 123


33, 111


Utica N Y


66


56 383


Somerville Mass 61


61 643


Washington D C




278 718


South Bend Ind 109


35 999




81


45 ^59


South Omaha, Nebr. .. . 154


26, 001


Wheeling W.Va


Q7


38 878


Spokane, Wash : 105


36, 848


Wilkesbarre, Pa


75


51,721


Springfield, 111 116


34, 159


Williamsport, Pa .


141


28, 757


Springfield, Mass 60


62 059


Wilmington Del


51


76 508


Springfield Ohio 101


38 253


Woonsocket R I


146


28 204


St. Joseph, Mo 34


102,979


Worcester, Mass


29


118 421


St. Louis, Mo 4


575, 238


Yonkers, N. Y


79


47, 931


St Paul Minn 23


163 065


York Pa


119


33 708


Superior, Wis 129


31,091


Youngstovvn Ohio


84


44 885


Svracuse, N. Y ........ .1 30


108 374



















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Page.
Alphabetical list of battles:

War of the rebellion, 1861-1865 7-143

Spanish- American war, giving number killed and wounded in each engage
ment, 1898-1900 171-181

Alphabetical list of battles of the old wars, with a short history of each, 1754-

1848 225-240

Black Hawk Indian, Illinois and Wisconsin, 1832 234, 235

Chronological history of the Mexican 237-240

Creek Indian, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, and Tennessee, 1813-14 234

Florida or Seminole Indian, Georgia and Alabama, 1835-1842 235

France, war against, 1798 231

French and Indian war, 1754-1 763 225

(Treat Britain, or war of 1812 231-234

Mexican war, 1846-1848 236-240

Northwest Indian, Ohio, 1790-1795 231

Northwest Indian, Indiana, 181 1 231

Revolutionary war, 1 775-1 783 225-231

Texas and Mexico, war between, 1835-36 236

Tripoli, Africa, war against, 1801 231

War of 1812 with Great Britain, 1812-1815 231-234

A rni y, increase of, authority for, etc. , 1898 200

strength of, in October, 1 899 201

Brightwood (Fort Stevens), D. C., history of battle at 163

Camps, list of, giving date established and number of deaths, etc., to Septem
ber 30, 1898 1 201

Casualties of the Union armies, 1861-1865 1 45

Casualties of the Confederate army 1 45

Cause of wars and local disturbances from 1775 to 1899 221-224

Cemeteries, national, list of 1 69

China, trouble in, 1900 181 , 182

Chronological record of the rebellion, 1860-1865 147-3 67

Chronological record of the Spanish-American war, 1898-1900 183-200

Colored troops, number of, from each State, 1861-1865 145, 146

Date and cause of wars from 1775 to 1899 221-224

Dates on which pensions are paid 247

Davis, Jefferson, pursuit and capture of *. 1 67

Death of Presidents, and where buried 241

Deaths in the Army between May 1 , 1898 and June 30, 1899 1 81

in camps, number of 201

number of, from each State, Spanish-American war 208, 209

number of, in Union Army, 1861-1865 145

percentage of, between May 1 and September 30, 1 898 181

Desertion, act to remove, limitation of time within which to apply for relief . . 170

President s proclamation in regard to 1 70

Divisions of the Army and Navy 220

Early pension legislation, 1776 272

Expeditions from Manila, dates of sailing and arrival, etc 207

to the Philippines and Porto Rico, showing date of sailing, date

of arrival, name of transport and organizations, etc 202, 206

First pension law enacted at Plymouth, in 1636. 242, 243

Fort Stevens (Brightwood) , 1). *C., battle at, history of 163



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