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New York and the War with Spain


New York and the War with Spain

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    New York (State). State Historian
Excerpt from book: Upon the recommendation of the Brigade Commander, General Oliver, the Governor of the State, appointed on April 29th, 1898: General Thomas H. Barber, formerly Inspector General of the State, Colonel, and Major Horatio Potter Stacpole, Tenth Battalion, Lieutenant-Colonel of this Regiment. Pursuant to Special Orders, Nos. 70 and 72, dated Adjutant- General's Oilice, Albany, April 30th, and May 1st, respectively, the organizations of which this regiment is composed left their home stations in time to take trains for Camp Black at Hemp- stead Plains, Long Island, as follows: The 20th Separate Company at 11 p. m. May 1st: the 33rd Separate Company at 12.15 a. m. May 2nd: the 24th Separate Company at 3 a. m. May 2nd: the 3rd Separate Company at 3.55 a. m. May 2nd: the 44th Separate Company at 5.30 a. m. May 2nd: the 10th Battalion at 8.30 a. m. May 2nd: the 15th Separate Company at 9.30 a. m. May 2nd, and the 5th Separate Company at 10.45 a. m. May 2nd, 1898. At Camp Black the component parts of the regiment received regimental company designations as follows: Companies A, B, C and D, Tenth Battalion, became corresponding companies of the regiment: the 44th Separate Company, Company E: the 33rd Separate Company, Company F: the 3rd Separate Company. Company G: the 20th Separate Company, Company H: the 24th Separate Company, Company I: the loth Separate Company, Company K: the 5th Separate Company, Company L, and the 14th Separate Company, Company M. The medical examination of the officers and enlisted men developed the fact that a number of men could not be accepted, and others were sent from the home stations of organizations to replace them. GENERAL THOMAS H. BARBER, IColonel First New York Volunteer Infantry. The regiment was mustered in the United States service ...  
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