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    Confederate Casualty Reports

    Records: 75,157Complete: 100%

    These records include lists of casualties, statistical lists, and narrative reports created by participating Confederate units after military engagements in the Civil War. They submitted the reports to the Office of the Adjutant and Inspector General to help the Confederacy understand the condition and strength of its forces. The records include lists and reports of casualties in individual states, by a single unit in more than one state, and in Indian Territory.

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    Publication Title
    Confederate Casualty Reports
    Total Records
    75,157Complete: 100%
    Content Source
    The National Archives logoThe National Archives
    Publication Number
    Record Group
    Published on Fold3
    17 Aug 2011
    Last Updated
    13 Oct 2011
    NARA M836. Lists of killed, wounded, and missing soldiers, together with narrative reports of the action, submitted after battles.