Civil War Colorado   

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Gilpin Grand Gunnison Hindsdale
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Morgan Otero Ouray Park
Phillips Pitkin Prowers Pueblo
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San Juan San Miguel Sedgwick Summit
Teller Washington Weld Yuma

 

Congress established the Colorado Territory in 1861 with present day boundaries. William Gilpin was appointed the first Territorial governor by President Lincoln. In July, the Supreme Court was organized and Congressional delegates chosen. In September, the first assembly met, and created 17 counties, and selected Colorado City as the Territorial capitol. At this time the population of the Colorado Territory is 25,371.

Colorado troops aided in defeating Confederate General Henry H. Sibley's Army at La Glorieta Pass, New Mexico in 1862.

 

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CIVIL-WAR-WOMEN Mailing List 
For those who are researching women that served or assisted in the American Civil War.

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For the discussion and sharing of information regarding the Civil War prisoner of war camps and prisoners of war, both Union and Confederate.

: If you can't find your unit or regiment on these pages, please check the Civil War Soldiers and Sailors page.
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  1. 1880 Reunion of Benton County Veterans of Civil War [includes veterans from CO, DE, IL, IN, KS, KY, ME, MA, MI, MN, MO, OH, NY, PA, WI, and United States Regulars]
  2. 1883 Wilson County, KS Veterans of the War
  3. 1889 Roster of ex-Soldiers and Soldiers Widows in Lincoln County, KS [includes states of CO, GA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MA, MI, MN, MO, NE, NJ, OH, NY, PA, TN, VT, WI, WV, US Regiment, and Vet. Reserve Corp]
  4. 1890 Census Reconstruction - Coos County, Oregon Listing of soldiers/sailors from US Infantry, US Artillery, Navy, and states of AR, CA, CO, CT, IA, IL, IN, KS, KY, MA, MD, ME, MI, MO, MN, NC, NH, NY, OH, OR, PA, RI, TX, VA, WI, Washington; to include many names without state identification.
  5. 1890 Veterans Census for Northern Virginia - 1890 Veterans Census of Alexandria, Falls Church and Fairfax, Fauquier, Loudoun, Prince William, and Stafford Counties Listing of soldiers/sailors from US Infantry, US Artillery, Navy, and states of CA, CT, DC, IA, IL, IN, MA, MD, ME, MI, MO, MN, MS, NC, NH, NJ, NY, OH, PA, RI, TN, TX, VA, VT, WI, WV, Washington; other titles of Surgeons, Inspector General, US Inf., Chaplin Hospital; includes many names without state identification or units.
  6. 1893 Nebraska Census of Civil War Veterans (listed by state)
  7. Andreas' History of the State of Nebraska - Military Rosters This website is well worth looking at. It names the Veterans residence as well as their nationality and in some cases where buried. Of the first 3 pages I came up with more states and countries than I can list here. Nationalities of Canada, Prussia, Ireland, Scotland, Germany, Sweden, England, Luxemboug, Switzerland, Wales, and more.
  8. Battle of Glorieta Pass
  9. Battle of Glorieta Pass
  10. Battle of Glorieta Pass
  11. Battle of Glorieta Pass Site Photos
  12. Boulder Post 005 and Longmont Post 006
  13. Cemetery Works, Boulder, Colorado
  14. Chivington Massacre Colorado Civil War Battle Sand Creek November 29-30, 1864
  15. Civil War Battles by State
  16. Civil War Grand Army of the Republic
  17. Civil War Forum by Genealogy.com If you are not familiar with Genealogy.Com check out their main web page - so many topics, family names, states and more.
  18. Civil War in the West
  19. Colorado Civil War Casualties Index
  20. Colorado Civil War Map of Battles
  21. Colorado Civil War USGenWeb Archives Pension Project
  22. Colorado GenWeb Project
  23. Colorado State Archives Military Records
  24. Colorado Union Regimental Index
  25. Colorado Volunteers Civil War
  26. Colorado/Wyoming Department of Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War
  27. Fort Union
  28. Grand Army of the Republic Death Rolls Books [advertisement] includes states of AR Territory, AR, CA, CO Territory, CT, Dakota Territory, DE, District of Columbia, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, MA, MD, ME, MI, MN, MS, MO, NE Territory, NE, NH, NJ, NM Territory, NY, NC, OH, OR, PA, RH, TN, VT, VA, WV, WI, US Army, USCT, US Navy, Veterans Reserve Corp.
  29. Homelake Colorado Soldiers' and Sailors' Home
  30. List of Members Admitted to and Discharged from the Soldiers' and Sailors' Home During the Year Ending November 1901
  31. Records of the Veterans Administration: Great Lakes Region, Chicago - Home for Disabled Soldiers in Marion, Indiana This website is well worth looking at. Records of the Marion Branch, Marion, IN. Sample Case Files of Veterans Temporarily at the Branch, 1890-1930. States/Units listed: CT, IN, IA, IL, KY, MD, MI, MO, MN, NH, NY, OH, PA, TN, USCT units, US Cavalry and US Infantry, US Signal Corps, 23rd Recruit Company, Quartermaster Depot, Veterans Reserve Corp, US Navy, US Field Artillery and more.
  32. Regimental Nicknames
  33. Roll of Membership of Colorado's Soldiers' and Sailors' Home November 30, 1901
  34. Union Soldiers Executed [includes various states]

 

The Civil War was one of the most important events to take place in America.  It divided the country and in some cases families.  It is the intention of this site to explore all aspects of the Civil War, it's battles, and the men and women involved in them.  If you have information that pertains to the War between the States, please submit it to me.  I will accept any information you have so long as it isn't copyrighted.

 

 

 

     

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