U. S. military records : a guide to federal and state sources, colonial America to the present

by James C. Neagles
Neagles, James C. (Main Author)
Salt Lake City, Utah : Ancestry Publishing, c1994
xiv, 441 p. : ill, facsims.


Includes records created during military service; post-service records and records relating to civilian affairs; resources of the National Archives microfilm room, reference branches and repositories outside Washington; resources of the History and Researach Centers in Washington and outside Washington, D.C.; state resources; and published sources or works that pertain to more than one state.

Includes index and bibliographical references.

"Gathered in this volume is source information for the National Archives and its adjuncts; historical institutions and archives of the armed forces; the Department of Veterans Affairs (Veterans Administration); state archives, libraries, and historical organizations; and such patriotic organizations as the Daughters of the American Revolution"--Jacket cover.



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