United States World War I Infantry Divisions

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  • World War One Divisions

Division Pages

Division Type of Service Camp Locality State from Which Drawn
1st Division Regulars France Regulars
2nd Division Regulars France Regulars
3rd Division Regulars North Carolina, Camp Greene Regulars
4th Division Regulars North Carolina, Camp Greene Regulars
5th Division Regulars Texas, Camp Logan Regulars
6th Division Regulars Alabama,Camp McClellan Regulars
7th Division Regulars Texas, Camp MacArthur Regulars
8th Division Regulars California,Camp Fremont Regulars
9th Division Regulars Alabama,Camp Sheridan Regulars
10th Division Regulars Kansas, Camp Funston Regulars
11th Division Regulars Maryland,Camp Meade Regulars
12th Division Regulars Massachusetts,Camp Devens Regulars
13th Division Regulars Washington,Camp Lewis Regulars
14th Division Regulars Michigan,Camp Custer Regulars
15th Division Regulars Texas,Camp Logan Regulars
16th Division Regulars California,Camp Kearney Regulars
17th Division Regulars Louisiana,Camp Beauregard Regulars
18th Division Regulars Texas,Camp Travis Regulars
19th Division Regulars Iowa,Camp Dodge Regulars
20th Division Regulars South Carolina,Camp Sevier Regulars
26th Division National Guard Massachusetts,Camp Devans New England
27th Division National Guard South Carolina, Camp Wadsworth New York
28th Division National Guard Georgia, Camp Hancock Pennsylvania
29th Division National Guard Alabama, Camp McClellan New Jersey,Virginia,Maryland,District of Columbia
30th Division National Guard South Carolina, Camp Sevier Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina
31st Division National Guard Georgia, Camp Wheeler Georgia,Alabama,Florida
32nd Division National Guard Texas, Camp MacArthur Michigan, Wisconsin
33rd Division National Guard Texas, Camp Logan Illinois
34th Division National Guard New Mexico, Camp Cody Nebraska,Iowa,S. Dakota,Minnesota, N. Dakota
35th Division National Guard Oklahoma, Camp Doniphan Missouri,Kansas
36th Division National Guard Texas, Camp Bowie Texas,Oklahoma
37th Division National Guard Alabama, Camp Sheridan Ohio
38th Division National Guard Mississippi, Camp Shelby Indiana,Kentucky,West Virginia
39th Division National Guard Louisiana, Camp Beauregard Arkansas,Mississippi,Louisiana
40th Division National Guard California, Camp Kearney California,Colorado,Utah,Arizona, New Mexico
41st Division National Guard California,Camp Fremont Various States
42nd Division National Guard New York,Camp Mills Various States
76th Division National Army Massachusetts,Camp Devens New England, New York
77th Division National Army New York,Camp Upton New York City
78th Division National Army New Jersey, Camp Dix Western New York, New Jersey, Delaware
79th Division National Army Maryland,Camp Meade Northeastern Pennsylvania, Maryland, District of Columbia
80th Division National Army Virginia, Camp Lee Virginia, West Virginia, Western Pennsylvania
81st Division National Army South Carolina, Camp Jackson North Carolina, South Carolina, Florida, Porto Rico
82nd Division National Army Georgia, Camp Gordon Georgia, Alabama, Tennessee
83rd Division National Army Ohio, Camp Sherman [1]
84th Division National Army Kentucky, Camp Taylor Kentucky, Indiana, Southern Illinois
85th Division National Army Michigan, Camp Custer Michigan,Eastern Wisconsin
86th Division National Army Illinois, Camp Grant Chicago, Northern Illinois
87th Division National Army Arkansas, Camp Pine Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Southern Alabama
88th Division National Army Iowa, Camp Dodge North Dakota,Minnesota,Iowa,Western Illinois
89th Division National Army Kansas, Camp Funston Kansas,Missouri,South Dakota,Nebraska
90th Division National Army Texas, Camp Travis Texas,Oklahoma
91st Division National Army Washington, Camp Lewis Alaska,Washington,Oregon,California,Idaho,Nebraska,Montana,Wyoming,Utah
92nd Division National Army Kansas,Camp Funston Colored, various states
93rd Division National Army Virginia, Camp Stuart Colored, various states
  • Source: United States. War Department. The Official Record of the United States' Part in the Great War. [1923?] FHL 973M25or
  • Source: Willis Rowland Skillman. The A.E.F. Who They Were, What They Did, How They Did It. (Philadelphia, 1920)