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Disposition of papers in the Department of War.
United States. Congress. Joint Select Committee on Disposition of Useless Papers in the Executive Departments
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For the past two centuries, the official records of the War Department effectively began with Dexter’s letter. Papers of the War Departmentan innovative digital editorial project, will change that by making s long lost documents of the early War Department available online to scholars, students, and the general public.
Papers Relating to Female Nurses in the Civil War, compiled – Includes applications, discharges, and other papers concerning the service of female nurses during the Civil War.
(ARC ID ) Record Group War Department Collection of. War Department: An act establishing rules and articles for the government of the armies of the United States, with the regulations of the War department respecting the same, to which are added, the several laws relative to the army the militia when in actual service, volunteers, rangers, Ordnance department, and the Quarter master's and.
In the late spring of the Department was informed of a contemplated arrangement between the USSR and Great Britain whereby Rumanian affairs should be the “main concern” of the Soviet Government and Greek affairs should be the “main concern” of the British Government.
2 Subsequently, the arrangement was extended to include Bulgaria as a Soviet concern, with the British receiving. 38 CFR Book A, General: Parts 0 - Supplements; Part 0 - Part 0; Part 1 - General Provisions; Part 2 - Delegations of Authority; Part 12 - Disposition of Veteran's Personal Funds and Effects; Part 14 - Legal Services, General Counsel, and Miscellaneous Claims; Part 15 - Enforcement of Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Handicap in Programs or Activities Conducted by the Department of.
Department of the Treasury Records Records of the Department of the Treasury (RG 56) The Department of Treasury was chiefly responsible during World War II, as before the war, for managing the financial affairs of the United States Government.
All of its operations were greatly expanded during the war, and several special functions were assigned to the Department in connection. 14 For a time the new building housed not only the Department of State, in-[Image: Included in this highly imaginative view of the British invasion of Washington, August, is the Public Building West of the White House (marked I).] cluding the Patent Office, but also the War Department, the Navy Department, the General Post Office.
CASE A defense analyst accused of leaking the Pentagon Papers, a secret history of the Vietnam War. DISPOSITION A federal research to James Risen for a chapter in his book Author: Charlie Savage.
Relief shown by hachures. Shows location of batteries, roads, ralraods, houses, fences and vegetation. Rivers and Union positions are colored blue and Confederate positions are colored in red.
"Official - [signed in facsimile] N. Michler, Capt. Topl. Engrs., U.S.A." LC Civil War maps (2nd ed.), Description derived from published bibliography. Civil War salted paper maps.
AL Available. Papers, “Correspondence, deeds, writs, maps, military papers, legal and court documents, family Bible, and other papers, relating to Brewster's land holdings and his activities as commander of a fleet of open whaleboats, running out of Black Rock Harbor, which attacked British vessels in Long Island Sound during the American Author: Kristen J.
Nyitray. The manuscript archives at the Library contains many documents that are of wide interest and may be useful to students and researchers working on historical papers, exhibit projects, media or dramatic performances.
Archivists have digitized some of the most popular items, arranged by topic. All of these items are in the public domain. "John Costello's The Pacific War is regarded as a classic.
Unearths new and fascinating material." —The Times (London) The definitive one-volume account of World War II in the Pacific theater—the first book to weave together the separate stories of the fighting in China, Malaya, Burma, the East Indies, the Philippines, New Guinea, the Solomon Islands, and the by: APHIS Form - Record of Acquisition, Disposition or Transport of Animals (Other than Dogs and Cats) APHIS Form - Annual Report of Research Facility APHIS Form a - Continuation Sheet for Annual Report of Research Facility.
Sections of the David Homer Bates papers include: Civil War File, Diary and Daily Journal of Bates, A diary and daily journal kept by Davis Homer Bates from November to June During this time period Bates was the manager of the War Department telegraph office in Washington.
Texas State Library and Archives. Brazos St. Austin, TX Mail: P.O. Box Austin, TX Tel: Fax: Email TSLAC. Many of us are teleworking and practicing social distancing. If you haven’t discovered the Oklahoma Department of Libraries’ remote services, now is the right time.
We have electronic resources to help you research topics for your job, for home improvement, or for your own enjoyment. William Clark Papers.
Search the database; View on Kansas Memory; Indian Policy The United States Indian (Native American) policy during the s included the disposition of Indian land; administrating Indian-related claims; providing a system for dealing with crimes by Indians and non-Indians alike; regulating Indian trade including liquor; and “civilizing” Native Americans.
HRC () The US Army Center of Military History established this collection in when it closed the original Historical Resources Collection (dating back to as part of the holdings of the Historical Division, Army War College) and tendered the initial proffer to the National Archives and Records Administration.
Art of War Papers: Closing the Security Gap. Michael J. Gunther, MAJ, US Army. Pages. Published: The British and US experience with the use of local, irregular security forces suggest their importance in assisting the host nation government and counterinsurgent forces.
Geoffrey Ward, his great grandson, had rare access to private papers, accounts, court documents, and the letters of this evil, self-justifying, mesmerizing sociopath, who went from a poor minister’s son to the swindling partner of President Ulysses S. Grant. This is a superb, exciting, beautifully written book.
I couldn’t put it down/5(47). Of significance are the pages of the British version of the Inspection Roll of Negroes, also called the Book of Negroes (document number ), which is a list of black loyalists in New York City,intending to go to Nova Scotia with the British at the end of the American Revolution.
(General George Washington had asked for the return of. Wheeler Baldwin, War of Pension, Disposition of Malinda Tyler, near Stewartsville, DeKalb Co., MO, 14 Apr.Library of Congress Collection.
The University Archives assists UNC employees with records management. We provide training and consultations about state and university policies regarding the retention and disposition of official records, and we work with the State Archives to maintain and update the UNC-Chapel Hill General Records Retention and Disposition Schedule.
His book, Joseph Smith Pragmatic Prqht (Urbana: can State Papers series and the massive War Department series, The War of the Rebellion: A Compilation of the Oflicial Records of the Union and it allows the disposition of paper originals to the National.
The papers are concerned primarily with the Club from the time of its disbandment in the fall of to the final disposition of its property in Included in the collection are business letters and financial records. The Wednesday Club Three boxes. In your role as a record management support professional,you have just received notice of an official record freeze via an ALNAV.
You are responsible to: Assist the CO or activity Staff Judge Advocate and other legal representatives in reviewing as defined within the respective notifications: identify the location of the records or record series; inform the subordinate commands, units and.
(record) to the Indiana Department of Veterans' Affairs. electronic image. DELETE electronic files Military separation papers are attached. Information is twelve (12) calendar months after approval verified with the Indiana Department of Education.
of the application. Disclosure of these records may be subject to IAC and 38 USC United States. Adjutant General's Office: Abstract of report on the origin and spread of typhoid fever in U. military camps during the Spanish War of(Washington, Govt.
Print. Off., ), also by Walter Reed (page images at HathiTrust) United States. Adjutant General's Office: The. Book II covers November 8, Novemand contains approximately resolutions, statements of approval, and letters.
The majority of the resolutions deal with the finances and supplies for the war, with several documents at the end of the letter book addressing the disposition of hospitals.
Another related section is the "Student Papers." Theses are seminar papers collected over the years and arranged alphabetically by author.
There is a wide variety of topics but somewhat of a plurality on Oklahoma and the Southwest. Also in this section are book reports, students maps, and.
The Disposition Matrix, informally known as a kill list, is a database of information for tracking, capturing, "rendering", or killing suspected enemies of the United States. Developed by the Obama administration beginning init goes beyond existing kill lists and is intended to become a permanent fixture of U.S.
policy. The process determining criteria for killing is not public and was. Provenance of the Theodore Roosevelt Papers. How did the Theodore Roosevelt Papers come to the Library of Congress. This essay, originally written for the Index to the Theodore Roosevelt Papers (Washington, D.C., ), vol.
1, pp. v-xii, tells the story. The author was Paul Heffron, Specialist in 20th-Century Political History, Manuscript Division, Library of Congress. The Untied States government, in particular the Department of Social Affairs and the War Department, began their war campaign months before the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Posters and billboards in support of the war and maliciously attacking Hitler and his movement, spanned from. Form 52b–MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, U.S.A.
(Revised Octo ), (ad from ‘Life’ Magazine, Vol. 15, No. 10, dated September 6, ). As far as could be determined this sample is probably one of the oldest Tags in use during WW2, it was covered by a blue jacket, while the detachable Tags themselves were printed on light medium brown cardstock material.
John Mitchell. Minutes later, Mitchell, who feared that the government would forfeit the right to prosecute the Times if it did not respond immediately, asked Nixon's permission to send the newspaper a warning.
Nixon was reluctant to interrupt the airing of the Democrats’ dirty linen, but in this quick phone call he agreed to Mitchell’s plan, reasoning that the Times was an “enemy.”. ROBERT E. WOOD PAPERS, 29 linear feet, 8 linear inches (65 LGA-S boxes, 5 oversize boxes) Herbert Hoover Presidential Library BIOGRAPHICAL NOTE Robert E.
Wood was born in Kansas City in Wood graduated from West Point in He served with the Third Cavalry during the Philippine-American War and returned to West Point as an instructor in Farben subsequently was charged with violations of U.S. antitrust laws and there was prolonged litigation about the disposition of its U.S.
holdings after the war. As a Justice Department attorney. Comment: Book has been well cared for, no marking, no writing, no highlights, no underlining, no tear. Book has minor signs of wear, all pages of book are very clean and in very good condition.
book has a whiteout on the first page. Book is complete unmarked, with strong binding and qualify for prime shipping which means satisfaction s: of operations exacted enormous human tolls on the U.S.
Army and Marine Corps units mounting first-wave beach assaults (Galston, ). At the time, high explosives designed expressly for tree destruction had been used by the military as one tactical option to eliminate the enemy advantage afforded by the dense indigenous vegetation.
With the Civil War came the reorganization of the office of Texas Adjutant General, an act of Decem creating an Adjutant and Inspector General, who would also serve as Quartermaster and Commissary General, and Ordnance Officer.
Oversight of the 33 Brigades of the Texas State Troops plus the Frontier Regiment fell to this office. Two other governmental entities were also involved in. The most significant collections relating to the Maryland Line are the Otho Holland Williams Papers (MS) and Otho Holland Williams Accounts (MS, ), the extensive papers of a fellow officer of Gist's, and the Revolutionary War Collection, MS, which has a wealth of material on the regular army and militia units of Maryland.All focus papers on this page are approved for public release.
DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms, January As directed in Joint Publication (JP) 1, Doctrine for the Armed Forces of the United States, the DOD Dictionary of Military and Associated Terms (DOD Dictionary) sets forth standard US military and associated terminology.Papers of Nathanael Greene (), Revolutionary War general, include reports, requisitions, and correspondence pertaining to the quartermaster department of the Continental Army while Greene was quartermaster general, ; papers concerning the war in South Carolina and Georgia during Greene's term as commander of the troops in the.