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By Christine Rose. Bounty land was awarded to those who served in the wars from 1776, with the last act granting this reward passed in 1855. During this period millions of acres were awarded by the government. A multitude of records were generated, many of them providing important family information which family historians will be eager to locate. This guidebook explains what records are available, how to locate them, and includes an appendix of the important laws which generated the awards.
Musters and regimental histories for many states for the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Civil War, WW1 and WWII. US Officer Registers for the Army, Navy, and Marines. Complete casualty lists for all US armed forces for WWII. Pensioner lists including the 1840 Pensioner's Census, 1883 complete list.
Free Surname Search for many military titles. Information available for the Black Hawk Wars, Cherokee War, Civil War, Revolutionary War, Seminole War, War of 1812, Revolutionary War as well as many maps.
Publisher in Waynesboro, Tennessee. Titles include: Genealogical Abstracts Of Revolutionary War Pension Files; Index To Revolutionary War Service Records; Index To Georgia Civil War Confederate Pension Files; Register of Florida CSA Pension Applications; Index to Texas CSA Pension Files; Index To Mexican War Pension Files; Index to War of 1812 Pension Files; Index to US Military Pension Applications of Remarried Widows 1812-1911
Index To Old Wars Pension Files 1815-1926; Index To Medal of Honor Recipients 1863-1978; Index to Volunteer Soldiers in Indian Wars and Disturbances 1815-1858; Index to Pension Applications for Indian Wars Service between 1817 and 1898; Index To Volunteer Soldiers 1784-1811.
How to guide for planning, conducting, recording & transcribing oral interviews. This publication reflects the Army’s long-term experience with oral history, particularly the prodigious work of Army historians to document Army history in the words of participants.