Records, 1862-1865.


Buffalo (N.Y.). Ninth Ward Bounty Committee. Records, 1862-1865.

Records, 1862-1865.

Includes enrollment lists of all persons subject to military duty in the ninth ward, 1862, 1865; lists of volunteers and of those assessed to pay bounty; bounty certificates; and vouchers, bills and receipts. Apparently the files of William G. Fargo, committee chairman.

(0.4 linear ft.)

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