United States Naval Enlistment Rendezvous (FamilySearch Historical Records)

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1855-1891

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“U.S. Naval Enlistment Registers (Weekly Returns), 1855-1891” , database, FamilySearch; (http://familysearch.org); from enlistments at New York City, Boston, Portsmouth, Philadelphia, Detroit, Baltimore, Cincinnati, Washington D.C., and other places. Digital images of originals housed at the National Archives in Washington, District of Columbia. FHL microfilm, Family History Library, Salt Lake City, Utah.

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