Papers. 1826-1836.


Papers. 1826-1836.

Quartermaster General, U.S. Army. Letters received, 1826-1836, from West Point Quartermasters Blake, Gardner, Mackay, Phillips and Webster regarding quartermasters' reports, fuel supplies, regulations concerning additional pay owed enlisted men, necessity of a commissary building and the issue of straw at West Point.

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