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1,795


120,231

11,523

85,160

1.826

9,355

12,757

1,795


861








83,253


84,116


1,69>








59,643
81,952
23,546
25,499


61,341
81,952
23,546
25,499


1,167






5,770

21,987


6,937

21,987


2,715 199






22,324


25,238


5,129






29,966
6,953


35,095
6,9.53


91








91



2,715



9,147



30,950



657,868



700,680



III.— MEN FURNISHED IN MAY AND JUNE, 1862, FOR THREE MONTHS, WITHOUT A CALL, AND UNDER

SPECIAL AUTHORITY.



New York 8,588 l Illinois 4,696

Indiana 1,723 I

Total 15,007



IV.—CALL OF JULY 2, 1862, FOR 300,000 MEN FOR THREE YEARS.



Quota.

Maine 9,600

New Hampshire 5,053

Vermont 4,898

Massachusetts 19,080

Rhode Island 2,712

Connecticut 7,145

New York .59,705

New Jersey 10,478

Pennsylvania 45,321

Delaware 1,720

Maryland 8,532

"West Virginia 4,650



Men
Furnished.
6,644
6,390
4,369

16,519
2,742
9,195

78,904
5,499

30,891

2,508

3,586

4,925

Totals— Quota, 334,885;



Men
Quota. Furnished.

District of Columbia...! 890 1,167

Ohio 36,858 58,325

Indiana 21,2.50 30,359

Illinois 26,148 58,689

Michigan 11,686 17,656

W^isconsin 11,904 14,472

Minnesota 2,081 4,626

Iowa 10,570 24,438

Missouri 17,269 28,324

Kentucky 14,905 6,463

Kansas 1,771 2,936

Nebraska Territory 1,838

Men furnished, 421,46.5.



v.— CALL OF AUGUST 4, 1862, FOR 300,000 MILITIA FOR NINE MONTHS.



Men

Quota. Furnished.

Maine 0,009 7,620

New Hampshire 5,053 1,73(5

Vermont. . . .' 4,898 4,781

Massachusetts 19,080 16,685

Rhode Islaud 2,712 2,059

Connecticut 7, 145 5,602

New York 59,705 1,781

New Jersey 10,478 10,787

Pennsylvania 4.5,321 32,215

Delaware 1,720 1,799

Maryland 8,532

West Virginia 4,650

Totals— Quota, 334,835



Qnofa.

District of Columbia 890

Ohio 3r),&58

Indiana 21,250

Illinois 26,148

Michigan 11,686

Wisconsin 11,904

Minnesota 2,681

Iowa 10,570

Missouri 17,209

Kentucky 14,905

Kansas 1 ,771

Nebraska Territory

Men furnished, 87,588.



Men
Furnished.



337



958



228



VI.— MEN FURNISHED UNDER PROCLAMATION OF JUNE 15, 1863, FOR MILITIA FOR SIX MONTHS.



Ohio 2,736

Indiana 3,767

*Missouri 3,284



Massachusetts 103

Pennsylvania 3,708

Maryland 1,615

West Virginia 1,148

Total 16,361

* Furnished in November, 1864.



VII.— CALLS OF OCTOBER 17, 1863, (INCLUDING MEN RAISED BY DRAFT) AND FEBURARY 1, 1864,
FOR 500,000 MEN FOR THREE YEARS.



Qriota.

Maine 11,803

New Hampshire 6,469

Vermont 5,751

Massachusetts 26,597

Rhode Island 3,409

Connecticut 7,919

New York 81,993

New Jersey 10,759

Pennsylvania 64,979

Delaware 2,403

Maryland 10,794

West Virginia 5,127

District of Columbia 4,256

Ohio 51,465

Indiana 32,521

lUinois 46,309

Michigan 19,553

Wisconsin 19,8.52

Minnesota 5,451

Iowa 10,097

Missouri 9,813

Kentucky 14,471

Kansas 3,523

Totals 467,434 317,092 52,288



Men


Paid




''urnished.


Commutation.


Total.


11,958


1,986


13,944


6,406


571


6,977


6,726


1,885


8,611


17,711


3,703


21,414


3,223


463


3,686


10,326


1,513


11,839


59,839


15,912


75,751


9,187




9,187


36,723


17,672


54,395


2,138


425


2,573


6,244


1,106


7,350


3,988




3,988


4,.570


318


4,888


32,809


....


32,809


23,023


....


23,023


28,818




28,818


17,686


1,644


19.330


10,389


5,080


15,469


3,054




3,054


8,292




8,292


3,823




3,823


4,785




4,785


5,374




5,374



369,380



VIII.- CALL OF MARCH 14, 1864, FOR 200,000 MEN FOR THREE YEARS.

Me7i Paid

Quota. Furnished- Commutation. Total.

Maine 4,721 7,042 .... 7,042

New Hampshii-e 2,5SS 2,844 121 2,965

Vermont 2,o0() 1,001 89 l,(j!)0

Massachusetts 10,(J39 17,322 1,615 18,937

Rhode Island 1,888 1,906 1,906

Connecticut 3,168 5,294 ' 5,294

New York 32,794 41,940 2,267 44,207

New Jersey 6,704 9,550 4,170 13,720

Pennsylvania 25,993 35,036 10,046 45,082

Delaware 985 652 951 1,603

Maryland 4,317 9,365 2,538 11,903

West Virginia 2,051 3,857 3,857

District of Columbia 1,702 1,142 1,142

Ohio 20,595 31,193 6.290 37,483

Indiana 13,008 14,862 14,682

Illinois 18,524 25,055 25,055

Michigan 7,821 7,344 323 7,667

Wisconsin 7,941 10,314 10,314

Minnesota 2,180 2,469 1,027 3,496

Iowa 6,439 11,579 .... 11,,579

Missouri 3,925 -10,137 10,137

Kentucky 5,789 6,448 3,241 9,689

Kansas ] ,409 2.563 2,563

Totals 186,981 259,515 32,678 292,193

*Includes militia furnished for six months, 5,679; for nine months, 2,311; for one year, 1,954 —
credited as 2,174 three years' men.



IX.—MILITIA MUSTERED INTO SERVICE FOR ONE HUNDRED DAYS BETVV'EEN APRIL 23 AND JULY li

1864.



Men
Quota. I'Mruished.

New Hampshire * 167

Massachusetts 4,000 6,809

New York 12,000 5,640

New Jersey ' 769

Pennsylvynia 12,000 7,675

Maryland 1,297

Totals— Quota, 113,000:



Quota,.

Ohio 30,000

Indiana 20,000

Illinois 20,000

Wisconsin 5,000

Iowa 1Q,00U

Kansas

men furnished, 83,612.



Men

Furnished.

36,254

7,197

11,328

2,134

3,901

441



*Purnished for three months.



X.— CALL OF JULY 18, 1864, FOR 500,000 MEN (QUOTAS REDUCED BY EXCESS ON PREVIOUS CALLS.)



Quota.

Maine 11,116

New Hampshire 4,648

Vermont 2,665

Massachusetts 21 ,965

Rhode Island 1,423

Copnecticut 5,583



JSi

One


en B umu
Two


men for —
Three


Four


Paid
Commu-




Year


Years.


Years.


Years.


tation.


Total.


8,320


131


2,590


1


11


11,053


1,921


25


4,027






5,973


1,861


18


2,081


11




3,971


6,990


108


24,641






31,739


1,223


196


891






2,310


493


20


10,318


24


2


10,857



Quota.

New York 77,539

New Jersey 14.431

Pennsylvania 49,993

Delaware 2,184

Maryland 10,947

"West Virginia 2,717

District of Cuiiunbia 2,38(5

Ohio 27,001

Indiana 25,663

Illinois 21,997

Michigan 12,098

Wisconsin 17,590

Minnesota 4,018

Iowa 5,749

MissoiU'i 25,569

Kentucky 9,871

Kansas

Totals 357,152



—CONTINUED.








Paid

Commu-
tation.




One
Year.


Two
Years.


Three
Years.


Four
Years.


Total


45,089


2,128


36,547


74


5


83,843


9,587


1,184


4,337




11


15,119


44,489


433


10,416


198


171


55,707


1,558


9


593


15




2,175


6.198


^6


3,727


64


31


10,266


1,726


28


202






1,956


979


59


937


343


19


2,337


2.5,4;^1


748


4,644




176


30,999


18,099


597


7,158






690


2(J,544


12,558


5.35


2,323






49


15,465


5,960


57


6,492






23


12,532


10,995


86


5,832






16


16,839


2,791


205


239






3


3,238


3,995


60


168






67


4,290


7,782


1,295


14,430








23,507


5,060


169


10,137






24


15,390


29


3


319








351



223,044 8,340 153,049



730



1,298 386,461



XI.— CALL OF DECEMBER 19, 1864, FOR 300,000 MEN



Quota.

Maine 8,387

New Hampshire 2,072

Vermont 1,832

Massachusetts l,30(i

Rhode Island 1,459

Connecticut

New York 61,076

New Jersey 11,695

Pennsj'lvania 46,437

Delaware 938

Maryland 9,142

West Virginia 4,431

District of Columbia 2,222

Ohio 26,627

Indiana 22,582

Illmois 32,902

Michigan 10,026

Wisconsin 12,356

Minnesota , 3,636

Iowa

Missouri 13,984

Kentucky 10,481

Kansas 1,222

Totals... 284,215




Paid

Commu-
tation.
10



13

15

282

3

1
13
94

6
18

1



151,363 5,110 54,967



312



Total.

6,936

1,304

1,550

3,929

1,.563

1,325

34,196

11,383

31,099

411

4,944

2,.5:37

823

34,580

23,308

28,324

7,860

9,922

2,771

854

4,207

7,603

883



460 213,21?



XII.— VOLUNTEERS AND MILITIA FURNISHED AT VARIOUS TIMES.



Days. Moutlm

Tennessee

Arkansas

North Carolina

California

Nevada

Oregon

Washington Territory. . .

Colorado Territory

Dakota Territory

Now Mexico Territory. .. l,59o

Alabama

Florida

Louisiana 2%

Mississippi

Texas

Indian Nations



Oiu
Sixty Three Hundred Four Six



Eigh t Ov e



Ikiys. Muntha. Months. Months. I



ray



1,156



yr-4



186
803



Totals 290 1,593 1,895 42



1,363



373



373 8



ear.
039
213



44



499



198



75,156



Maine

New Hampshire

Vermont

Massachusetts

Rhode Island

Connecticut

New York

New Jersey

Pennsylvania

Delaware

Maryland

West Virginia

District of Columbia . . .

Ohio

Indiana

Illinois

Michigan

Wisconsin

Minnesota

Iowa

Missouri

Kentucky

Kansas

Tennessee

Arkansas

North Carolina

California

Nevada

Oregon

Washington Territory.



AGGREGATES.










Men


Paid




Quota.


Furnished.


Commutation.


Total.


73,587


70,107


2,007


72,141


35,897


33,937


692


34,629


*32,074


33,288


1,974


35,262


*139,095


146,730


5,318


152,048


*18,898


23,236


463


23,699


*44,797


.55,864


1,515


57,379


507,148


448,850


18,197


467,047


92,820


76,814


4,196


81,010


385,869


337,9,36


28,171


366,107


13,935


12,284


1,.386


13,670


70,965


46,638


3,678


50,316


34,463


32,068




32,068


*13,973


16,534


338


16,872


*306,323


313,180


6,479


319,6.59


199,788


196,363


784


,197,147


*244,496


259,092


55


259,147


95,007


87,364


2,008


89,372


109,080


91,327


5,097


96,424


26,326


24,020


1,032


25,052


79,521


76.242


67


76,309


122,496


109,111




109,111


100,782


75,760


3,265


79,025


*12,931


20,149


o


20,151


*1,560


31,092




31,092


780


8,289


....


8,289


*1,560


3,1.56




3,156


«...


15,725


....


15,725


..»♦


1,080


....


1,080


».^-»


1,810


....


1,810


»«►♦


964


*.f»


964



Xlll.— CONTINUED.



Quota



Nebraska Territory . . .

Colorado Territory

Dakota Territory

New Mexico Territory

Alabama

Florida

Louisiana

Mississippi ,

Texas

Indian Nations



Totals.



Men
rnished.
3,1.57


Paid
Commutation.


Total.
3,157


4,903
206




4,903
206


6,561
2,576


....


6,561
2,576


1,290




1,290


5,224
.545




5,224
545


1,965




1,965


3,530




3,530



2,763,670 2,678.967

"Furnished more than their quota.



86,724



2,7&5,691



TOTAL NUMBER OF TROOPS FURNISHED, REDUCED TO A THREE YEARS'



Aqgreciate

'Agc/regate Reduced to a
Men , Three- Years'"

Furnished- Standard.

Maine 72,114 .56,770

New Hampshire 34,629 30,849

Vermont .3.5,262 29,068

Ma.ssachusetts 1.52.04S 1^,104

Rhode Island 23,699 17,866

Connecticut 57,379 .50,623

New York 467,047 392,270

New Jersey 81,010 57,908

Pennsj-lvania 366,107 265,517

Delaware 13,670 10,322

Maryland 50,316 41,275

West Virginia 32,068 27,714

District of Columbia.... 16,872 11,506

Ohio 316,6.59 240,514

Indiana 197,147 1.53.576

Illinois 2.59,147 214,13:3

Michigan 89,.372 80,111

Wisconsin 96.424 79,260

Minnesota 2.5,0.52 19,693

Iowa 76,309



68,630

Totals— 2,765,691 Men furnished; 2,228,483, reduced to Three Years' basis,
to Three Years' basis, 2,391,5.32.



STANDARD.

Ar/r/rPf/afe
Aggregate Reduced to a.
Men Three Yearn''
Furnished. Standard.

Missouri '. 109,111 86,.530

Kentucky 79,025 70.8.32

Kansas 20,151 18,70,i

Tennessee 31,092 26,394

Arkansas 8,289 7,:v;6

North Carolina 3,1.56 3,1.56

California 15,725 15,725

Nevada 1,080 1,080

Oregon 1,810 1,773

Washington Territory... 964 9(i4

Nebraska Territory 3,1.57 2,175

Colorado Territory 4,903 3,697

Dakota Territory 206 206

New Mexico Territory. . 6, .561 4,432

Alabama 2,-576 1,611

Florida 1,290 1,290

Louisiana 5,224 4,6.54

Mississippi 545 .545

Texas 1,965 1,632

Indian Nations 3,530 3,.5.30

CaUs reduced



XXVII.



AVERAGE OF LOSSES IN THE UNION ARMY, BY BRIGADES,
AT GETTYSBURG.



Army Corps.

1st Corps — 7 Brigades.

Artillery Losses

Less Artillery Losses.
Average to Brigade .

2d Corps — 10 Brigades.
Artillery Losses

Less Artillery Losses.
Average to Brigade .

3d Corps — 6 Brigades . .
Artillery Losses



Officers
Killed.

42



Less Artillery Losses.
Average to Brigade .

5th Corps— 8 Brigades.
Artillery Losses



Less Artillery Losses.
Average to Brigade .

6th Corps — 8 Brigades.
ArtUlery Losses



Less Artillery Losses.
Average to Brigade .

llTH Corps — 6 Brigades
Artillei-y Losses

Less Artillery Losses.
Average to Bi"igade .

12th Corps— 6 Brigades
Artillery Losses



Less Artillery Losses.
Average to Brigade ,



Men

Killed.

551



Officers
Wound.



42
6



67
3



64
6 2-5



50



50

S1-.



27
3 3-i



32
51-3



18



18
3



Men
Wound.

2,9.52

80



Officers Men
Missing. Missinc/.

82 2,140

11



543

77 4-7

729
24



251
35 6-7



269



2,872
410 2-

2,917
114



8-2 2,129

11 5-7 304 1-7



13



3



705
70 1-2



528
8



264
26 2-5

251
3



2,803
280 3-10

2,775
78



13
13-10

14



35 1-5



592
17



520
86 2-3

337

7



248
41 1-3

129
1



2,697
449 1-2

1,482



14
2 1-3



575
95.5-6



210



3:30
411-4



128
16



1,4.50
181 1-4



1
1-8



2US
26



329
54 5-6

186



117
19 1-

43



1,7.52
292

767



62 1,440

10 1-3 240

2 65



186
31



43

71-6



758
1261-3



2
01-3



65
10 6-6



Total
Loss.

6,024

105



5,919
845 4-7

4,3.50
149



4,201
420 1-10

4,210
106



4,104

684

2,187
43



2,144
268



2


25

4


14
2


171
6




30


242

12


2
01-4


21

2 5-8


12
11-2


165
20 5-8




30
33-4


230

28


33

1


3.35
6


120
3


1,802
50


62


1,449
9


3,801
69



3-4



3,732
622

1,081



1,072
378 1-3



XXVIII.



TOTAL CASUALTIES DURING THE WAR.



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The total number of deaths reported by the Adjutant-General of the
United States Army as having occurred in the Union Army from April 15,
1861, to August 1, 1865, including, however, those which occurred in the
Volunteer troops who remained in the service after the cessation of hostili-
ties, as guards, etc., uj:) to December 20, 1867, when the last regiment was
inustered out, is given below. The official declaration is made, however,
that even this list is incomplete :



Officers.

Killed in action 4,142

Died of wounds received

in action 2,223

Died of disease 2,795

Accidental deaths (except

drowned) 142

Drowned 10(5

Murdered 37

Killed after capture 14

Total 9,584

Aggregate — 359,528.



Men.


Offi


cers.


Men.


62,916


Committed suicide

Executed by United


26


365


40,789


States military authori-






221,791


ties




267




Executed by enemy


4


60


3,972


Died from sunstroke


5


308


4,838


Other known causes.


62


1,972


483


Causes not stated


28


12,093


90











349,944



While these figures seem to contradict the table on the preceding page, it
will make but little difference in the grand total of casualties.



XXIX.



CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BATTLES AND SKIRMISHES IN THE UNITED

STATES, 1861 to 1865.



1861.

APRIL 13.— Bombardment of Fort Sumter, S. C. Battery E. 1st U. S. Artillery. No casu-
alties.
15. — Evacuation of Fort Sumter, S. C. Union 1 killed, 3 wounded. By premature

explosion of cannon in firing a salute to the United States flag.
18. — Harper's Ferry, Va. Ordnance men U. S. Army.

19. — Riots in Baltimore, Md. 6th Mass., 26th Penna. Union 4 killed, 80 wounded.
Confed. 9 killed.
MAY 10. — Camp Jackson, Mo. 1st, 3d and 4th Mo. Reserve Corps, 3d Mo. Confed. 639
prisoners.

— Riots in St. Louis, Mo. 5th Mo., U. S. Reserves. Union 4 killed. Confed. 27
killed.
JUNE 1.— Fairfax C. H., Va. Co. B. 3d U. S. Cav. Union 1 killed, 4 wounded. Confed.
1 killed, 14 wounded,
a— Phillippi, W. Va. 1st W. Va., 14th and 16th Ohio, 7th and 9th Ind. Union 3
wounded. Confed. 16 wounded.
10.— Great Bethel, Va. 1st, 3d, 3d, .5th and 7th K T., 4th Mass. Detachment of 3d U.

S. ArtU. Union 16 killed, 34 wounded. Confed. 1 killed, 7 wounded.
11. — Romney, W. Va. lltli Ind. Union 1 wounded. Confed. 3 killed, 1 wounded.
17, — Vienna, Va. 1st Ohio. Union 5 killed, 6 wounded. Confed. 6 killed.

— Booneville, Mo. 3d Mo. (three months'). Batteries H. and L. Mo. Light ArtiL
Union 2 killed, 19 wounded. Confed. 15 killed, 30 wounded.

— Edwards' Ferry, Md. 1st Penn. Union 1 killed, 4 wounded. Confed. 15
killed.

— Indenendence, Mo. Detachment Missouri Volunteers.
— New'Creek, W. Va. Local Militia.
18. — Camp Cole, Mo. Home Guards. Union some say 15, and some 35 killed, 25

to .53 wounded. Confed. 4 killed, 30 wounded.
26. — Patterson Creek or KeUey's Island, Va. 11th Ind. Union 1 killed, 1 wounded.

Confed. 7 killed, 3 wounded.
27. — Matthias' Point, Va. Gunboats Pawnee and Freeborn. Union 1 killed, 4
^^ wounded,

JULY 2. — Falling Waters, Md., also called Haynesville or Martinsburg, Md. 1st Wis., lltb
Penn. Union 8 killed, 15 wounded. Confed. 31 killed, .50 wounded.
5. — Carthage or Dry Forks, Mo. 3d and .5th Mo., one battery of Mo. Artil. Union 13
killed, 31 wounded. Confed. 30 killed, 135 wounded, 45 prisoners.
— Newport News, Va. One Co. 9th N. Y. Union 6 wounded. Confed. 3 wounded.
6. — Middle Creek Pork or Buckhannon, W. Va. One Co. 3d Ohio. Union 1 killed,
6 wounded. Confed. 7 killed.
7.— Great Falls, Va. 8th N. Y. Union 2 killed. Confed. 13 killed.
8.— Laurel lijJl or Bealicgton, W. Va. 14th Ohio, 9th Ind. Union 2 killed, 6
i wounded.



July lO.— Monroe Station, Mo. 16th 111., 3d Ta., Hannibal, (Mo.) Home Guards. Union 3

killed. Confed. 4 killed, 20 wounded, 75 prisoners.
11.— Rich Mountain, Va. 8tli, lOch and loth Ind., 19th Ohio. Union 11 kiUed, 35

wounded. Confed. 60 killed, 140 wounded, 100 prisoners.
12.— Barbours villa or Red House. Va. 2d Ky. Union 1 kiUed. Confed. 10 killed.

— Beverly, W. Va. 4th aud 9th Ohio. Confed. (500 prisoners.
14.— Carrick's Ford, W. Va. 14th Ohio, 7th and 9th Ind. Union 13 killed, 40 wounded.

Confed. 20 killed, 10 wounded, 50 prisoners.
16. — Millsville or Weutzville, Mo. 8th Mo. Union 7 killed, 1 wounded. Confed. 7

killed.
17. — Fulton, Mo. 3d Mo. Reserves. Union 1 killed, 15 wounded.

—Scary town, W. Va. 2d Ky., 12th and 21 Ohio, 1st Ohio Battery. Union 9 killed,

88 wounded.

— Martinsburg, Moi One Co. of 1st Mo. Reserves. Union 1 killed, 1 wounded.
— Bunker Hill, Va. Detachment of General Patterson's command. Coufed. 4

killed.
18.— Blackburn's Ford, Va. 1st Mass. < 2d and 3d Mich. , 12th N. Y., Detachment of

2d. U. S. Cav., Batterry E 3d U. S. Artil. Union 19 kUled, 38 wounded. Confed.

15 killed, 53 wounded.
18 and 19. — Harrisonville and Parkersville, Mo. Van Home's (Mo.) Battalion, Cass

Co. Home Guards. Union 1 killed. Coufed. 14 killed.
21.— Bull Run or Manassas, Va. 2d Me. , 2d N. H. , 2d Vt. , 1st, 4th and .5th, Mass.,

1st and 2d R. I., 1st, 2d and 3d Ct., 8th, 11th, 12th, 13th, 16th, 18th, 2rth, 29th, 31st.

32d, 35th, 38th, 39th N. Y., 2d, 8th, 14th, 69th, 71st and 79th N. Y. Militia, 27th

Penn., 1st 2d and 3d Mich., 1st and 2d Minn., 1st and 2d Ohio., Detachments of 2d,

3d and 8th U. S. Regulars, Battalion of Marines, Batteries D, E, Gand M, 2d U. S.

Artil., Battery E, 3d Artil., Battery D, .5th Artil., 2d R. I. Battery, Detachments of

1st and 2d Dragoons. Union 481 killed, 1,011 wounded, 1,460 missing and captured.

Confed. 269 killed, 1,483 wounded. Confederate Brigadier-Generals Bee and Barton

killed.
22. — Forsyth, Mo. 1st la., 2d Kan., Stanley Dragoons, Totten's Battery. Union 3

wounded. Confed. 5 killed, 10 wounded.

— iEtna, Mo , 21st Missouri Vols.
24. — Blue Mills, Mo. 5th Mo. Reserves. Union 1 killed, 12 wounded.
26. — Lane's Prairie, near Rolla, Mo. Home Guards. Union 3 wounded. Confed. 1

killed, 3 wounded.

— Harrisonville, Mo. Missouri Horse Guards and 5th Kansas Cavalry.
27.— Fort Filmore, N. Mex. 7th U. S. Infantry and U. S. Mounted Rifles, in all, 426

men, captured by Confederates.
AUG. 2. — Dug Springs, Mo. 1st la., 3d Mo., five batteries of Mo. Light Artil. Union 4

killed, 37 wounded. Confed. 40 killed, 44 wounded.
3. — Messilla, N. Mex. 7th U. S. Infantry aud U. S. Mounted Rifles. Union 3 killed, 6

wounded. Confed. 12 killed.
5. — Athens, Mo. Home Guards, 21st Mo. Union 3 killed, 8 wounded. Confed, 14

killed, 14 wounded.

—Point of Rocks, Md. 28th K Y. Confed. 3 killed, 2 wounded.
7. — Hampton, Va. 20th N. Y. Confed 3 killed, 6 wounded.
8.— Lovettsville, Va. 19th N. Y. Confed. 1 killed, 5 wounded.
10.— "Wilson's Creek, Mo. , also called Springfield and Oak Hill. 6th and 10th Mo. Cav.,

2d Kan. Mounted, one Co. of 1st U. S. Car., 1st la., 1st Kan., 1st, 2d, 3d and 5th

Mo., Detachments of 1st and 2d U. S. Regulars, Mo. Home Guards, 1st Mo. Light

Artil , Battery F, 2d U. S. Artil. Union 223 killed, 721 wounded, 291 missing. Con-
fed. 265 killed, 800 wounded, 30 missing. Union Brigadier-General Nathaniel Lyon

killed.

— Potosi, Mo. Mo. Home Guards. Union 1 killed. Confed. 2 killed, 3 wounded.
13.— Grafton. Va. One Co. W. Va. Vols.

17. — Brunswick, Mo. 5th Mo. Reserves. Union 1 killed, 7 wounded.
19.— Charleston or Bird's Point, Mo. 22d 111. Union 1 killed, 6 woimded. Confed.

40 killed.
20.— Hawk's Nest, W. Va. 11th Ohio. Union 3 wounded. Confed. 1 killed, 3

wounded.

— Lookout Station, Mo. Mo. Home Guards.
21. — Jonesboro, Mo. Missouri Home Guards.
26. — Cross Lanes or Summerville, W. Va. 7th Ohio. Unisn 5 killed, 40 wounded,

200 captured.
27.— BaU's Cross Roads, Va. Two Go's 23d N. Y. Union 1 killed, 2 wounded.

— Wayne's Court House, W. Va. 5th W. Va.
28 and 29.— Fort Hatteras, N. C. 9th, 20th and 99th N. Y. and Naval force. Union

1 killed, 2 wounded. Confed. 5 killed, 51 wounded, 715 prisoners.
89. — Lexington, Mo, Mo, Home Guards. Confed. 8 killed.



31.— Munson's Hill, Va. Two Go's 23d N. Y. Union 2 killed, 2 wounded.

SEPT 1. — Bennett's Mills, Mo. Mo. Home Guards. Union 1 killed, 8 wounded.
— Boone C. fl., W. Va. 1st Kv Union 6 wounded. Conted. 30 kiUed.
2.— Dallas, Mo. 11th Mo. Union 2 killed.
— Worthington, W. Va.

— Dry Wcod or Fort Scott, Mo. .5th. and <5th Kan , one Co. 9th Kan. Cav. , 1st
Kan, Battery. Union 4 killed, wounded.
Beher's Mills. 13th Mass. Confed. 3 killed, 5 wounded.
4. — Shelbma, Mo. 3d Iowa.
7.— Petersburg, W. Va. Three Go's 4th Ohio.
10.— Garnifex Ferry. 9th, 10th, 12th, 13th, 2Sth and 4rth Ohio. Union 16 killed, 103

wounded.
11.— Lewinsville, Va. 19th Ind., 3d Vt., 65th N. Y., 79th N. Y. Militia. Union 6 killed,
8 wounded.

— Elkwater "\V. Va. 3d Ohio, loth and 17th Ind.
12. — Black River, near Ironton, Mo. Three Go's 1st Ind. Gav. Gonfed. 5 killed.
12 and 13.— Cheat Mountain, W. Va. 13th, 14th, loth and 17th Ind., 3d, 6th, 24th

and 25th Ohio, 2d W. Va. Union 9 killed, 12 wounded. Confed. 80 wounded.
13. — Booneville Mo. Mo. Home Guards. Union 1 killed, 4 wounded. Confed. 12

killed, 30 wounded.
14. — Confederate Privateer Judah destroyed near Pensacola, Fla., by the U. S. Flag-
ship Colorado. Union 3 killed, 15 wounded.
15. — Pritchard's Mills, or Darnestown, Va. 28th Penn., 13th Mass. Union 1 killed.

Confed. 8 killed, 75 wounded.
12 to 20.— Lexington, Mo. 2.3d 111., 8th, 2.5th and 27th Mo., 13th and 14th Mo. Home
Guards, Berry's and Van Home's Mo. Cav. 1st 111. Cav. Union 42 killed, 108
wounded, 1,624 missing and captured. Confed. 25 killed, 75 wounded.
17. — Morristown, Mo. 5th, 6th and 9th Kan. Cav., 1st Kan. Battery. Union 2 killed,

6 wounded. Confed. 7 killed.

—Blue Mills, Mo. 33 la. Union 11 killed, 39 wounded. Gonfed. 10 killed, 60
wounded.
18. — Barbourville, W. Va. Kv. Home Guards. Union 1 killed, 1 wounded. Gonfed.

7 killed.

21 and 22. — Papinsville or Osceola, Mo. 5th, 6th and 9th Kan. Gav. Union 17
killed.

22. — Elliotts' Mill or Camp Crittenden, Mo. 7th la. Union 1 killed. 5 wounded.

23.— Romney or Hanging Rock, AT. Va. 4th and 8th Ohio. Union 3 killed, 50
wounded. Gonfed. 35 killed.

25. — ChapmansviUe, W. Va. 1st Ky. , 34th Ohio. Union 4 killed, 9 wounded. Con-
fed. 20 killed, 50 wounded.

26. — Lucas Bend, Ky. Stewart's Cavalry. Confed. 4 killed.



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