Civil War Service Records (CMSR) - Union - Colored Troops Unassigned Infantry record example

    Civil War Service Records (CMSR) - Union - Colored Troops Unassigned Infantry

    Records: 2,060Complete: 100%

    Compiled service records typically contain card abstracts of a soldier's original muster and hospital rolls, descriptive books, lists of deserters, returns, notational cards, and possibly enlistment papers, casualty sheets, death reports, prisoner of war papers, and correspondence. Unique to the records of the USCT are deeds of manumission, oaths of allegiance, proof of ownership, certificates of monetary award, and bills of sale.

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    Publication Title
    Civil War Service Records (CMSR) - Union - Colored Troops Unassigned Infantry
    Total Records
    2,060Complete: 100%
    Content Source
    The National Archives logoThe National Archives
    Publication Number
    N/A
    Record Group
    94
    Published on Fold3
    30 May 2013
    Last Updated
    30 May 2013
    Description
    Compiled military service records of volunteer Union soldiers who served in unassigned divisions in the United States Colored Troops.