Nebraska Civil War Veterans
Grand Army of the Republic in Nebraska, Posts (Officers, & Membership), Encampments (Reunions)
Biographical Sketches of some Civil War Veterans of Nebraska, submitted by their descendents
Census of Pensioners, provided by Alice Miller, all
counties, with index.
1891 Roster of Nebraska Veterans - NE page of USGenWeb Archives. Thanks to Alice Jean Miller.
1893 Census of Nebraska Vets on Lyn Waterman's page represents many hours of work.
1895 Roster of Nebraska Veterans - NE page of USGenWeb Archives. Thanks to Alice Jean Miller.
1900 Census of "Nebraska Soldiers and Sailors Home", near Grand Island, Hall County, NE by Kaylynn Loveland.
General Delevan Bates - 121st NY Volunteers, 6th Army Corps & Colonel of 30th Regiment, US Colored Troops. See his Letters Home (written during the war) and his "War Reminiscences" from The Otsego Republican. Gen. Bates held the Medal of Honor & was an early settler in Hamilton County, NE. Data files provided by John G. Saint, thank you!
Nebraska Reenactment Group - 1st NE Volunteer Infantry, Co. A
"Nebraska ANCESTREE" Articles from assorted issues of the journals of NSGS related to the Civil War.
Rosters - 1891 Vet Census Extracts from NSGS publication series
Military Post Burials in Nebraska USGenWeb Archives, Special Collections
Veterans of Nebraska military units buried in Oklahoma This list compiled by Mahlon Erickson from obits & cemetery records, census and tax records. Thank you, Mr. Erickson!
Nebraska Regimental Histories from Frederick H. Dyer's "Compendium of the War of the Rebellion" as provided by Dr. Ken Jones, Librarian, Tarleton State University, TX
Civil War monument at the Courthouse in Aurora, NE (Hamilton County) Photo from NSHS "Collections" Vol. 18.
1895 Civil War Encampment & Dedication of Chickamauga Battlefield Park from the newspaper at Crete, Saline, Nebraska
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War Data Base list of Civil War Veterans buried in Nebraska, and many other states. The data base has about 406,000 names, including 19,400 names of veterans buried in Nebraska. This is a searchable data base by name, unit, county, cemetery state or any of the fields shown.
of Nebraska Sons
of Union Veterans of the Civil War Research
website by Douglas Niermeyer - Nebraska Commandery of the Military
Order of the Loyal Legion of the United States
Rules and Regulations of the 1895 Soldiers & Sailors Home, Grand Island, Nebraska ***SITE CURRENTLY DOWN***
Information By County
county - Lists of Veterans of the Civil War and the Spanish
American War, from Buffalo Co website by Mona Houser
Sons of Union Veterans of the Civil War National Headquarters
Civil War Chapters from Eclectic Primary History of the United States by Edward S. Ellis, A. M. Published by VanAntwerp, Bragg and Co. of Cincinnati and New York. Copyright 1884.
Chapters dealing with the American Civil War from Leading
Facts of American History, by D.H. Montgomery. Published by
The Athenaeum Press, Ginn and Company, Boston. Copyright 1920.
and Confederate POWs of the Civil War.
Buffalo Soldiers Black American soldiers, name generally applied to those that served in the west after the Civil War. Check for photo of 9th Cavalry in NE, 1889.
Confederate Pension Records Texas State Archives
"The Grand Review" (23-24 May 1865 in Washington, D.C.) from Leading Facts of American History by D. H. Montgomery, 1920 pp 328-9.
Contact by mail: Grand Army of the Republic, Civil War Museum and Library, 4278 Griscom Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19124 (215-289-6484) for information about the GAR.
Sioux City Cavalry Can you help? Mr. Sullivan is gathering material for a memorial website about these troopers that served under General Alfred Sully at the Battle of White Stone Hills, Dakota Territory.
Civil War Timeline America at War
William Askey, Delevan Bates, Michael Bon Doll, Edward Day
Cahoto, Thomas F. Cloninger, Michael Earnest Coleman, Michael Steven Collins,
Abraham Deyo, Clark William Eaton, Samuel Cook Evans, Charles Behrends Foss,
Ezra Fread, Nelson 'Newton' Glazier, Nelson Goslin, Francis Asbury Gue, Peter Layton Gue, James
Richard Gugin, John Gugin, James Harman, John William Harper, John August Jostes,
H. Kimble, William H. Kingdon, William (Wilhelm) Kuehnz, John Henry Lambert,
William B. Lapham, Henry Lauer,
Harrison Clifton Magoon, James Madison Mannon, Thomas Ewing Margrave,
Alber Miller, John Albert Miller, Jonathon Miller, Edward Newton, Lewis C.
Olmstead, Sidney D. Pierce, Lewis 'Henry' Potts, Reuben Allen Reynolds, Francis
E. Satterlee, Dietrich Schweitzer, William E. Shuster, Henry T. Spoerry,
Thaddeus Harlin Stanton, Jacob John Tanner, John W. Taylor, Joseph M. Taylor,
William E. Taylor, Isaiah VanTrump, Samuel E. Woods and Mason Alexander 'Alex'
L. Wilson served during the Civil War, enlisted with Company K, 21st
Illinois Infantry, and served for 4 and 1/2 years.
Edward L. Wilson served during the Civil War, enlisted with Company K, 21st Illinois Infantry, and served for 4 and 1/2 years.
Small soldiers graphics from Civil War Clipart Gallery
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