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 NEBRASKA VOLUNTEERS, 1861-69

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Nebraska Volunteers, 1861-69

List of men who volunteered in Nebraska for military service between 1861 and 1869

Description

Created as a territory in 1854 in the context of the slavery debate and as part of the Kansas-Nebraska Act, Nebraska was pro-abolition throughout the Civil War. This database is a list of men who volunteered to fight against the Confederacy and includes soldiers who served between 1861 and 1869. In addition to providing the volunteer's name, it includes residence and unit information. Revealing information on over 5100 men, this can be a helpful collection for those seeking ancestors from territorial Nebraska. For further information about a particular volunteer, researchers may write to Grey Ink, Inc, P.O. Box 281, Leavenworth, KS, 66048.





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