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Records, 1865-1868, of the Quartermaster, Provost Marshal, and
Inspector General Corps of the United States Army.
Nineteen manuscripts, 1865-1868, orders and records of the Quartermaster, Provost Marshal and Inspector General Corps of the United States Army in South Carolina. Included is a statement of charges against "Harriet, a freedwoman," for stealing cattle in Cheraw.
General orders from the specimen papers detail the undertakings of Lt. William E. Leighton of the First Maine Battalion in his duty as Assistant Inspector General for the Military District of Charleston, including an explanation from an unidentified officer for the "deficiency of oats" at his post in Orangeburg.
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