Wooden Cabinet

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Wooden Cabinet

Letter from Adjutant-General's Office - Naval Service

From Boston, March 31, 1864 to Selectmen of Warwick, details credits to be given for Naval Service.

Civil War Records are located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1864
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

A Compilation Of The Military Laws Of Massachusetts - 1864

"A Compilation From The Military Laws Of Massachusetts Enacted During The Years Of 1861-2-3-4". Relating to the State and Town Bounties, State Pay, State Aid, and the Allotment of Pay and Bounties. A seven page booklet in good condition, published in Boston by Wright & Potter, State Printers, No. 4 Spring Lane, 1864.

Civil War Records are located in left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1864
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

An Act to Raise Money for Recruiting - 1864

Chapter 120- An act to authorize towns and cities to raise money for recruiting purposes, passed March 26,1864. Oliver Warner was Sec. of the Commonwealth of Mass.

Civil War Records are located in left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1864
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

Document from Office of Commission on Naval Enlistments dated 7/21/64

A request from Assistant Adjutant-General William Rogers requesting before August 10th a list of "all persons residing within their respective Municipalities, who have entered the Naval Service in the present rebellion."

Civil War Records are located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1864
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

Warrant from Selectmen to Town Treasurer - 1854

From 1854 a list of many men in Warwick and their due for military bounty.

Civil War Records are located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1854
Approximate era: 
1851-1900

Warwick's 1863 MIlitary Enrollment List

Enrollment List for the Town of Warwick from the Provost Marshall's Office. A notice is given to enrolled men in the 9th District of Massachusetts that any person enrolled may appear before the Board of Enrollment in Greenfield, MA, and claim (before the date of December 20th) to have his name stricken off the list if he can prove he is not, and will not be, at the time fixed for the next draft, liable to do Military on account of Alienage; Non-Residence; Unsuitable of Age; Manifest Permanent Physical Disability.

(temporarily on exhibit in room 1a, glass-topped display cabinet)

Year (or year range): 
1863
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

Policies concerning Bounties in the State.

Specifies that every man who enlists for three years or the duration of the war shall be entitled to receive a bounty of 325 dollars or, if he should so choose, a bounty of 50 dollars and a monthly pay of 20 dollars so long as he remains in said service. Goes on to say those who enlist for two years shall receive 200 dollar bounty and those who enlist for one year shall receive a bounty of 100 dollars.

Civil War Records are located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

List of Men From Warwick Mustered for Groton - 1862

List of 10 men enlisted from Warwick for Groton's quota, dated Oct 1862.

Civil War Records are located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1862
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

Enlistment certification for Joseph Spencer, August 27, 1861

Certification, dated August 27, 1861 from Camp Union, Bladensburg, MD from Robertson, Lieut Com. Co I, 11th Reg. certifying that Joseph Spencer was enlisted into Company I, 11th Regiment and was sworn into service on June 13, 1861.

Civil War Records located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1861
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records

Regulations adopted by the Board of Recruitment

Specifies three regulations that are to be used by the Board of Recruitment.
No.1 - Specifies that no recruits are to be stationed in a place beyond that location's quota.
No.2 - Concerning those men not liable to the Draft, and what they can do.
No.3 - Concerning what the cities, towns, wards and individual can do with their deposits.

Civil War Records located left unit, wooden cabinet, room 1a

Year (or year range): 
1864
Approximate era: 
1851-1900
Item is inside of:: 
Box containing Civil War Records
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