RG 009. Office of the Adjutant General
Found in 26 Collections and/or Records:
Function: To settle the account of John Singer Dexter with the U.S. for payments to soldiers of the RI line. Includes: Date of payment, name of payee, amount of each certificate, total amount due each soldier, soldier's signature and occasionally a sicp1ature to witness soldier's signature. Signatures were somet1mes made by heirs, attorneys, etc. This material has been microfilmed.
French and Indian Wars put together by former archivist. Subjects vary widely. There is a table of contents in the front of each volume. Subjects include: accounts of Fort Schuyler, Ontario, Stanwix, George, accounts of the Committee of War, lists ofmen involved in the Canadian expedition, papers related to the CrownPoint expedition. This material has been microfilmed.
Map of the Island of RI (Aquidneck Island) showing the distribution of British and American troops during the Battle of Rhode Island, August 1778. Hand-drawn and colored. Also 2 negatives from photographs of the map. Photographs and photocopies of the map. Also reproductions of a British map of the same battle.
Collection consists of personal memborabilia belonging to Harold G. Fletcher acquired during his serivice as Seargeant later Warrant Officer with the 118th Engineers Company B and HQ and Service Company, 43rd Infantry Division during the period of the 1930's through the 1950's
Offices of Directory & Purveyer General of the Military Hospital, Surgeon & Physician General, Adjutant General, Quartermaster General, & Commissary General established, October 30, 1779, pursuant to “Act for Better Forming, Regulating & Conducting the Military Force of this State” (C#00210 – Acts & Resolves of the General Assembly, 1779 – 1780, Vol. 7 # 19; abstract, “Schedules”, October Session, p. 33)
The President Abraham Lincoln tribute subscriptions consists of $1.00 donations made by Rhode Island residents to honor the memory of President Lincoln as part of a $100.00 tribute to be presented to Mrs. Lincoln and family by Governor James Y. Smith. Selected items include donations from Market Men of Providence, residents of East Providence and Pawtucket, employees of Sayles Bleachery, and the Bristol Steam Mill.
Articles or services furnished by the Quartermaster General’s Department to Rhode Island military forces, governmental agencies, organizations or individuals engaged in federal service during the Civil War.
Documents related to the service of men during the Revolutionary War. Included are: returns of companies, returns of officers of regiments, pay rolls, clothing accounts, and other documents which list individual names and relate other information about their service.
A collection of documents brought together from a number of agencies. Papers include receipts, bills, pay vouchers for expenses incurred during the War of 1812. Orders from the Governor and other state officials, reports of town meetings, abstracts of ammunition available, and commission reports are also included. This material has been microfilmed.