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B. Baker, Camp, M.T. Lat. 4: , long. 111°, (approximate.) Department of Dakota. Ili Smith's River Valley, near the junction of Camas Creek and Smith's River, about le muiles northeast of Diamond City. Reservation not yet declared. Garrison, one company infantry.

Barrancas, Fort, Fla. Lat. 30° 19', long. 87° 16' 9". Department of the Soutb. Ita Pensacola Harbor. Reservation declared February 9, 1842. Garrison, three companies artillery.

Bascom, Fort, N. M. Lat. 35° 23' 20", long. 103° 27' 20". Department of the Missouri.. On right bank of the Canadian River, 145 miles southeast of Fort Union, the nearest supply depot. On leased ground; no reservation. Garrison withdrawn, and public buildings left in charge of a small guard since October, 1870.

Baton Rouge Barracks, La. Lat. 30° 28', long. 91° 18'. Department of Texas. At Baton Rouge, La. Lands owned by the United States. Garrison, three companies, infantry.

Bayard, Fort, N. M. Lat. 32° 52, long. 1ORU 25'. Department of the Missouri. Near Pinos Altos, 448 miles south west of Fort Union, the nearest supply depot. Reservation declared April 19, 1969. Garrison, two companies cavalry and two companies infantry.

Benicia Arsenal, Cal. Lat. 389 3', long. 122° 8'. At Benicia, Cal. Land ceded to the United States in 1849. Garrison, detachment ordnance,

Benicia Barracks, Cal. Lat. 390 3', long. 1.228. Department of California. At Benicia, Cal. Land ceded to the United States in 1819. Garrisou, two companies cavalry.

Benton, Fort, M.T. Lat. 47° 50', long. 110° 30'. Department of Dakota. On the Missouri River, 1,915 miles, by river ronte, from Sioux City, Iowa, the present terminus of the Sioux City and Pacific Railroad, and 6201 miles, overland, from Corinne, L'. T., the nearest station on the Union Pacific Railroad. Reservation declared December 1. 1869. Garrison, one company infantry.

Bidwell, Camp, Cal. Lat. 41° 51' 14'', long. 120° 8' 45'. Department of California. At the north end of Surprise Valley, 215 miles north of Reno, Nevada, the nearest station on the Central Pacific Railroad. Reservation declared October 19, 1866; enlarger October 4, 1870; wood reserve declared February 7, 1871. Garrison, one company cavalry.

Bienvenue, Battery, La. Lat. 29° 58', long. 29° 50', (about.) P. O. address : via New Orleans, La. On the right bank of Bayou Bien venne, near New Orleans, La. Reservation declared July 9, 1842. Garrison in charge of Engineer Department.

Big Cheyenne Agency, D. T. Department of Dakota. On the Missouri River, 15 miles above Fort Sully. Garrison, two companies infantry.

Bliss, Fort, Tex. Lat. 31° 46' 5", long. 106° 21'. Department of Texas. On the Rio Grande, 3 miles northeast of El Paso. Ground rented by the United States. Garrison, one company infantry.

Boisé, Fort, I. T. Lat. 43° 37', long. 116° 28'. Department of the Columbia. In the Boisé River Valley, about half a mile from Boisé City, and 245 miles from Kelton, the nearest station on the Central Pacific Railroad. Provisional reservation; not yet declared by the President. Garrison, one company infantry.

Bowie, Camp, A.T. Lat. 32° 15', long. 1090 30. Department of Arizona. At Apache Pass, through which the road from Tucson to Mesilla runs, about 100 miles east of the former town. Reservation declared March 30, 1870. Garrison, one company cavalry and one company infantry.

Brady, Fort, Mich. Lat. 46° 39', long. 84° 43'. Department of the Lakes. At Sault. Ste. Marie, Mich. Reservation declared September 2, 1847. Garrison, two companies infantry.

Beaver City, U.T. Garrison, four companies infantry. Bridger, Fort, Wyo. T. Lat. 41° 18' 12', long. 110° 32' 38". Department of the Platte. In the valley of Black's Fork, 10 miles south of Carter's Station, on the Union Pacific Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation declared July 14, 1859; to be reduced under act of February 24, 1871. Garrison, three companies of infantry.

Brooke, Fort, Fla. Lat. 289, long. 8:2° 28'. Department of the South. At Tampa. Fla. Survey ordered, with a view to the formal declaration of a reservation. Garrison in charge of Engineer Department.

Brown, Camp, Wyo. T. Lat. 430, long. 1090. Department of the Platte. On the Shoshone Indian reservation in the Wind River Valley, 32 miles from Atlantic City, and 138 miles from Bryan, the nearest station on the Union Pacific Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation not yet declared. Garrison, one company of cavalry and one company of infantry.

Brown, Fort, Tex. Lat. 25° 53' 16', long. 970 29' 15". Department of Texas. Ai Brownsville, Tex. Three hundred and fifty acres held and known as United States milikary reservation ; title in litigation. Garrison, one company of cavalry and five companies of infantry.

Buford, Fort, D.T. Lat. 48°, long. 101o. Department of Dakota. On the Missouri River, near the mouth of the Yellowstone, and 1,183 miles, by river route, from Sioux City, Iowa, the present terminus of the Sioux City and Pacitic Railroadl. Reservation declared August 18, 1868. Garrison, six companies of infantry.

Beale's Springs, Camp, Ariz. T. Garrison, one company of infantry.

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Cape Disappointment, Fort, Wash. T. Lat. 46° 16' 32", long. 124° 3' 13". Department of the Columbia. At the mouth of the Columbia River, near Pacific City. Lands owned by the United States. Garrison, one company of artillery.

Carlisle Barracks, Pa. Lat. 404 12', long. 77° 14'. Department of the East. At CarJisle, Pa. Purchased by the United States in 1801. Garrison, detachment of recruits.

Carroll, Fort, Md. Lat. 39° 15', long: 76° 35'. Department of the East. Post-ottice address: Baltimore, Md. On “Soller's Point Flats,” in the Patapsco River, abont eight miles below Baltimore City. Site ceded to the United States March 6, 1817. Garrison in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Caswell, Fort, N. C. Lat. 31°, long. 780. Department of the East. On Oak Island, at the mouth of Cape Fear River. Lands deeded to the United States October 12, 2-25. Garrison in charge of orduance sergeant.

Charleston, S. C. Lat. 32° 46', long. 79° 57'. Department of the Soutlı. Garrison, three companies artillery.

Chattanooga, Tenu. Lat. 35° 7', long. 85 18'. Department of the South. Garrison, -one company infantry.

Chicago, III. Lat. 400 52' 20', long. 87° 35'. Department of the Missouri. Headquarters Military Division of the Missouri.

Clark, Fort, Tex. Lat. 29° 17', long. 100-25'. Department of Texas. On the Las Moras River, 126 miles west of San Antonio, aud 45 miles north of Fort Duncan. Built on leased ground. Garrison, ten companies cavalry; three companies infantry.

Clark's Point, Fort at, Mass. Lat. 41° 35' 32", long. 70° 53' 43". Department of the East. At the extremity of Clark's Point, about 33 miles south of the city of New Bedford. P. O. address: via New Bedford, Mass. Lands deeded to the United States September 24, 1857. Garrison in charge ordnance sergeant.

Clinch, Fort, Fla. Lat. 30° 41', long. 81° 28'. Department of the South. P. 0. address : via Fernandina, Fla. On Amelia Island, at the mouth of St. Mary's River, near Fernandina. Portion of the reservation declared by the President February 9, 1012; other portions deeded to the United States October 20, 1849, and July 9, 1850. Garrison in charge ordnance sergeant.

Columbia. S.C. Lat. 33° 57', long. 81° 7'. Department of the South. Garrison, six companies infantry.

Columbus Arsenal, Ohio. Lat. 39° 57', long. 83° 3'. At Columbus, Ohio. Lands -owned by the United States. “Arsenal of construction.” Garrison, detachment orddance.

Columbns, Fort, N. Y. Harbor. Lat. 46" 42, long. 74° 9'. Department of the East. On Governor's Island. Lands ceded to the United States February 15, 1800. Depot general recruiting service. Garrison, general service recruits.

Colville, Fort, Wasb. T. Lat. 480 41, long. 117° 55'. Department of the Columbia. In the Colville Valley, about 35 miles south of the dividing line between the United States and British Columbia, and 14 miles east of the Columbia River. Post and wood reservations declared January 27, 1871. Garrison, one company infantry.

Concho, Fort, Tex. Lat. 32° 24', long. 101° 22'. Department of Texas. At the junction of the Main and North Conchos, 100 miles north west of Fort Mason. Built on private ground; steps taken to procure a lease. Garrison, four companies cavalry and two companies infantry.

Constitution, Fort, N. H. Lat. 43° 4', long. 70° 49'. Department of the East. P.O. address: via Portsmouth, N. H. On right bank of entrance to the inner harbor of Portsmouth, three miles east of that city. Lands ceded to the United States February 14, 1791, and June 18, 1807. Garrison in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Craig, Fort, N. M. Lat. 33° 26', long, 1070 8. Department of the Missouri. On the west bank of the Rio Grande, 280 miles from Fort Union, the nearest supply-depot. Reservation declared September 23, 1869. Site subsequently paid for by award of United States and Mexican Claims Commission, leaving the title in the United States. Garrison, ong company infantry.

Commings, Fort, N. M. Lat. 32° 27', long. 107° 35'. Department of the Missonri. At Cook's Spring, on the northeast side of Cook's Mountain, near the mouth of Cook's Cañon, 19 miles from the Miembres Village, and 416 miles from Fort Union, the nearest supply-depot. Reservation declared April 29, 1870. Garrison, detachment of infantry.

Colfax, Grant Parish. La, Carrison, one company infantry.

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David's Island, New York Harbor, Department of the E:1st. P.O. address: via Pelbam, N. Y. In New York Harbor, 27 miles from the city. Purchased by the United States April 24, 1868. Garrison, two companies artillery.

Davis, Fort, Tex. Lat. 30° 36' 23", long. 103° 36' 45'. Department of Texas. Oo the Limpia River, 466 miles northwest of San Antonio, and 220 miles southeast of El Paso. Ground leased by the United States. Garrison, one company cavalry and three companies infantry.

Delaware, Fort, Del. Lat. 39° 35', long.75€ 29. Department of the East. On Pea Patch Island, in the Delaware River, near New Castle, Del., about 40 miles below Philadelphia, Pa. Lauds ceded to the United States May 27, 1813. Garrison in charge of Engineer Department,

Detroit arsenal, Mich. Lat. 420 20', long. 83° 10', (about.) At Dearborn ville, 10 miles west of Detroit, Mich. Site selected from the military reservation on River Rouge August, 1832. Garrison, detachment ordnance.

Dodge, Fort, Kan. Lat. 37° 30', long. 100o. Department of the Missouri. On the Santa Fé road, 96 miles southwest of Hays City, Kan., the nearest station ou the Kan. sas Pacific Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation declared June 22, 1868. Garrison, one company cavalry and two companies infantry.

Douglas, Camp, U. T. Lat. 40° 46' 2", long. 111° 53' 34". Department of the Platie. Three miles east of Salt Lake City, and about 35 miles south of Vintah, the nearest station on the Union Pacitic Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation declared September 3, 1867. Garrison, one company cavalry and seven companies infantry.

Duncan, Fort, Tex. Lat. 28° 42', long, 1600 30' Department of Texas. At Eagle Pass, on the Rio Grande. Grounds leased by the United States. Garrison, two companies cavalry and two companies infantry.

Dupré's Tower, La. Lat. 29° 55', long. 89° 40', (about.) P. O. address: via New Orleans, La. On right bauk of Bayou Dupré, Lake Borgné, near New Orleans. Reserved February 9, 1842. In charge of Engineer Department.

Dutch Island, Fort at, R. I. Lat. 41° 29', long. 71° 19' 12''. Department of the East. P. O. address : via Newport, R. I. In western entrance to Narragaoset Bay. Deeded to the United States January 1, 1864. Garrison in charge of ordnance sergeant.

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Ellis, Fort, M. T. Lat. 450 45', long. 110° 53'. Department of Dakota. At tlie extreme eastern end of Gallatin Valley, three miles from the town of Bozeman, and 4:26 miles from Corinne, the nearest station on the Union Pacific Railroad, whence snpplies are transported by wagons. Reservation declared in February, 1868; enlarged March, 1870. Garrison, four companies cavalry and one company infantry.

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Fetterman, Fort, Wyo. T. Lat. 42° 49' 8", long. 1050 27' 3''. Department of the Platte. On the south side of the North Platte River, 170 miles from Cheyenne City, the station on the Union Pacific Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation declared June 28, 1869. Garrison, one company cavalry, four companies infantry.

Foote, Fort, Md. Lat. 38° 48', long. 77° 4'. Department of the East. At Rozier's Bluff, on the left side of the Potomac River, about two miles below Alexandria, Va. Purchase of grounds not completed. Garrison, one company artillery.

Fort Mouroe Arsenal, Va. Lat. 37° 2', long. 76° 12'. At Old Point Comfort. Site conveyed to the United States December 12, 1838. Garrison, detachment ordnance.

Frankfort Arsenal, Pa. Lat. 39° 57', long. 750 10'. At Bridesburgh, near Philadelphia, Pa. Lands owned by the United States. “Arsenal of Construction." Garrison, detachment ordnance.

Frankfort, Ky. Lat. 38° 14', long. 84° 40'. Department of the Sonth. Garrison, one company infantry.

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Gaines, Fort, Ala. Lat. 30° 13', long. 87° 59'. Department of the South. P. O. address: ria Mobile, Ala. On Dauphine Island, Mobile Bay. Lands conveyed to the United States by decree in chaucery, January, 1853. Garrison, in charge of ordnance department.

Garland, Fort, C. T. Lat. 37° 20', long. 105° 23'. Department of the Missouri. On

the west bank of Utah Creek, 150 miles from Kit Carson, the station on the Kansas Pacific Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagous. Reservation declared March 29, 1870. Garrison, one company cavalry, one company infantry.

Gaston, Camp, Cal. Lat. 41° 3' 56', long. 12:30 15'. Department of California. On left bank of Trinity River, near its junction with the Klamath River, in Hoopa Valley... Reservation declared April 2, 1869. Garrison, two companies infantry.

Gibson, Fort, Indian T. Lat. 35° 47' 35", long. 95° 15' 30". Department of the Missouri. Ou the left bank of the Neosho River, two and a half miles from its contluence with the Arkansas, and 984 miles from Baxter's Springs, Kansas, the present terminus of the Missouri River, Fort Scott and Gulf Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation declared Jannary 25, 1870. Garrison, one company cavalry, one company infantry.

Gorges, Fort, Me. Lat. 43° 39', long. 70° 20'. Department of the East. Postoffice address, via Portland, Me. In Portland Harbor.' Lands ceded to the United States April 17, 1857. Garrison, in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Grand River Agency, Dakota Ter. Department of Dakota. On the Missouri River, 125 miles above Fort Sully. Garrison, two companies infantry. Grant, Camp, Arizona Ter. Lat. 33° 5', long. 110° 20', (about.) Department of Ari

At the junction of the Arivaypa with the San Pedro River, 56 miles north of Tucson. Reservation declared March 30, 1870. Garrison, four companies cavalry, one company infantry.

Gratiot, Fort, Mich. Lat. 42° 55', long. 82° 23'. Department of the Lakes. On the right bank of the St. Clair River, one-half mile from the outlet of Lake Huron. Ruserved November 11, 1828. Garrison, one company infantry.

Griffin, Fort, Tex. Lat. 32 51', long. 99° 40'. Department of Texas. On the Clear Fork of the Brazos River, at a point called Maxwell's Ranche. Built on private lands; steps taken to procure a lease. Garrison, two companies cavalry, three companies infantry.

Griswold, Fort, Conn. Lat. 41° 22', long. 720 9'. Department of the East. Postoffice address, via New London, Conn. On Groton Hill, west side of New London Harbor. Lands deeded August 3 and September 16, 1812. Purchased March 25 and 26, 1842. Garrison, in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Greenwood, La Garrison, two companies infantry.

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Hall, Fort, Idaho Ter. Lat. 43° 10', long. 1120, (about.) Department of the Columbia. Post-ottice address, via Ross's Fork, Idaho Ter. About 25 miles northeast of old Fort Hall, and 140 miles north of Corinne, Utah Ter., the nearest station on the Union Pacific Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation declared October 12, 1870. Garrison, one company infantry.

Halleck, Camp, Nevada. Lat. 40° 25', long. 115° 25'. Department of California. About 12 viles south of Halleck Station on the Central Pacific Railroad, whence' supplles are transported by wagons. Reservation declared October 4, 1870. Garrison, ono company cavalry, one company infantry.

Hamilton, Fort, New York Harbor. Lat. 40° 37', long. 74° 2'. Department of the East. At the southwestern extremity of Long Island, on the east side of the entrance to New York Harbor, about six miles south of New York city. Lands deeded to the United States May 30, 1814, September 11, 1826, March 24, 1832, and September 9, 1862. Garrison, four companies artillery.

Harker, Fort, Kans. Lat. 380 40', long. 98° 10'. Department of the Missouri. On the Kansas Pacific Railroad, 218 miles west of Kansas City, Mo. Reservation declared November 3, 1866. Garrison, in charge of agent Quartermaster's Department.

Hancock, Camp, Dakota Ter. Garrison, one company infantry.

Harney, Camp, Oregon. Lat. 43° 30', long. 118° 30'. Department of the Columbia. On Rattlesnake Creek, 60 miles south of Cañon City, Oregon, and 260 miles from Winnemucca, the nearest station on the Central Pacific Railroad.' Provisional reservation. Steps being taken to have it properly reserved. Garrison, two companies cavalry, one company infantry.

Hays, Fort, Kan. Lat. 38° 48' 30', long. 99° 9' 30'', Department of the Missouri. One-half mile from Hays City, a station on the Kansas Pacific Railroad, 289 miles west of Kansas City, Mo. Reservation declared August 28, 1868. Garrison, four companies cavalry.

Humboldt, Tenn. Lat. 36°, long. 890, (about.) Department of the South. Garrison, one company infantry.

Huntsville, Ala. Lat. 34° 40', long, 86° 31'. Department of the South. Garrison, one company ivfantry.

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Independence, Camp, Cal. Lat. 36° 55', long. 1180 10', (about.) Department of California. On Oak Creek, in Owen’s River Valley, 2 miles north of the town of Independence, and 271 miles from Reno, Nevada, the nearest station on the Central Pacific Railroad. Reservation declared January 23, 1866. Garrison, one company infantry.

Independence, Fort, Mass. Lat. 42° 22', long. 71° 2'. Department of the East. On Castle Island, south side of inner harbor of Boston. Land deeded to the United States June 25, 1798. Garrison, one company artillery.

Indianapolis Arsenal, Ind. Lat. 39° 46', long. 86° 5'. At Indianapolis, Ind. Land owned by the United States. “Arsenal of Construction." Garrison, detachment ord

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J. Jackson Barracks, La. Lat. 29° 57', long. 90°. Department of Texas. At New Or. leans, Lit. Land deeded to the United States December 14, 1823. Garrison, four companies infantry.

Jackson, Fort, La. Lat. 29° 29', long. 89° 31'. Department of Texas. On the west bank of the Mississippi River, 70 miles below New Orleans. Reserved February 9, 1842. Garrisou, in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Jackson, Miss. Lat. 32° 23', long. 90° 8'. Department of the South. Garrison, three companies infantry.

Jefferson, Fort, Fla. Lat. 24° 32', long. 82° 40'. Department of the South. At the Garden Key, Tortugas. Reserved September 17, 1815. Garrison, one company artillery.

Johnston, Fort, N. C. Lat. 31°, long. 780 5'. Department of the East. On the right bank of Cape Fear River, at Smithville. Lavd ceded to the United States Janu. ary 1, 1800, and December 19, 1809. Garrison, one company artillery:

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Kennebec Arsenal, Me. Lat. 44° 19', long. 69° 50'. Department of the East. At Augusta, Maine. Land owned by the United States. Garrison, detachment of oru

Key West Barracks, Fla. Lat. 24° 33', long. 81° 52'. Department of the South. At Key West, Fla. Land owned by the Government. Garrison, two companies artillery.

Klamath, Fort, Oregon. Lat. 42° 41' 34", long. 121° 53'. Department of the Columbia. Near Lake Klamath, 40 miles north of the California State line, and 350 miles from Reno, Nevada, the nearest station on the Central Pacific Railroad. Reservation declared April 6, 1869. Garrison, one company cavalry, one company infantry.

Knox, Fort, Me. Lat. 44° 35', long. 68° 50', (about.) Department of the East. P.O. address : Bucksport, Maine. At the narrows of the Penobscot, opposite Bucksport. Lands deeded to the United States Septeinber 4, 18433, December 16, 1813, and March 23, 1814. Garrison, in charge of ordnance sergeant.

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Lafayette, Fort, New York Harbor. Lat. 40° 37', long. 74° 2'. Department of the East. Left of the “Narrows,” opposite Fort Hamilton. Land ceded to the United States November 6, 1812. Garrison, in charge of ordnance sergeant.

Lapwai, Fort, I. T. Lat. 46° 26', long. 116° 37'. Department of the Columbia. On the Lapwai River, 3 miles from its contluence with the Clearwater, a tributary of the Snake River, and 12 miles from the town of Lewiston, located at the junction of the two last-named streams. Reservation declared April 23, 1861. Garrison one company cavalry, one company infantry.

Lárainie, Fort, Wyo. T. Lat. 420 1238“, long. 104° 31' 26". Department of the Platte. On the Laramie River, about half a mile from its juuction with the North Platte, and 89 miles north of Cheyenne City, the nearest station on the Union l'acitiu Railroad, whence supplies are transported by wagons. Reservation declared June 28, 1869. Garrison, two companies cavalry, five companies infantry.

Larned, Fort, Kan. Lat. 38° 10', lovg. 99. Department of the Missouri. On Pawnee Fork, about 8 miles from its confluence with the Arkansas River, and 50 miles from Hays City, Kansas, the nearest station on the Kansas Pacific Railroad, whence snpplies are transported by wagons. Reservation declared January 3, 1868. Garrison, three companies infantry.

Leavenworth Arsenal, Kan. Lat. 390 21', long. 940 44. At Fort Leavenworth. Grounds reserved October 10, 1854. Garrison, detachment ordnance.

Leavenworth, Fort, Kan. Lat. 39° 21', long. 94° 44'. Department of the Missonri. On the west bank of the Missouri River, three miles above Leavenworth City. Grounds

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