Orders (military records)
Found in 8 Collections and/or Records:
Military orders and reports for Colorado Adjutant General's Office during the Cripple Creek miners' strike of 1903-1904. At issue: imposition of martial law and restoration of order by the Colorado National Guard in Teller County.
Collection contains several confidential telegrams from Gov. Pitkin in Denver to Gen. Cook in Leadville, June 1880, concerning Cook's command of state forces to preserve peace and protect property during a miners' strike. Other items: correspondence, certificates of appointment, special order regarding the Militia during inauguration of John L. Routt as governor of Colorado 1876.
Collection contains: "Official copy" of telegraph messages from the Secretaries of War and Interior informing Gen. John Pope to proceed with his campaign against the Indians. Also message from Gen. G.M. Dodge to Brig. Gen. Ford to same effect.
Collection contains military orders and communications (1865-1866) from Camp Wardwell and Camp Collins, Colo., Fort McPherson, Neb.
Gives names of officers and enlisted men, citizens employed, wages, rank, etc. (June 1852-July 1858).
Post morning reports, general and specific orders (August 6, 1864-February 22, 1865) relating details of soldiers' duties and indicating conditions of the area and the camp. Includes orders signed by Capt. W. H. Evans and correspondence with President Lincoln.
Collection contains miscellaneous material from Standing Rock (Military Station and Indian Agency), Dakota Territory. Letters, military orders and memos chiefly concerning Indians and the U.S. Army. From D.S. Stanley, W.P. Carlin, R.E. Johnston, and others.
Collection contains a special order that authorizes change of location of Camp Collins, Colorado Territory, on the Cache la Poudre River. Appropriates specified ground for specified military purposes. Signed: Wm. O. Collins.