General order. 1813 December 8.


Armstrong, John, 1758-1843. General order.

General order. 1813 December 8.

Secretary of War. Order designating one storehouse at West Point for the sole use of the military academy. This order goes on to state that "no books, maps, nor mathematical or astronomical instruments belonging to the United States and intended for the use of the Academy, shall ... be removed to any other place."

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